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An institution for higher learning with teaching and research facilities typically including a graduate school and professional schools that award master's degrees and doctorates and an undergraduate division that awards bachelor's degrees.
A borough of central Pennsylvania northwest of Harrisburg. It is the seat of Pennsylvania State University (established 1855).
A junior college established to serve a certain community and sometimes supported in part by it, often emphasizing career, rather than academic, programs
A college, usually having a four-year curriculum and granting a bachelor's degree, for training teachers for elementary and secondary schools
An institution of higher education that awards the associate's degree but not bachelor's degree or higher.
The definition of an alma mater is the song that is used to represent an educational institute.
(Old-fashioned) A school, esp. a private school for young women
A greenhouse, especially one in which plants are arranged aesthetically for display, as at a botanical garden.
A particular division of an institution of learning, esp. of a university
Outside the walls or limits of a city, school, etc.
Existing or carried on within the bounds of an institution, especially a school:
Of or having to do with life in a college, esp. with rules (parietals) governing visiting in dormitories by members of the opposite sex
The academic environment, community, or world.
The academic community; academe.
Plato's school for advanced education and the first institutional school of philosophy.
Academic professors collectively
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