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Etymology: L, collegium, society
1 an institution of higher learning.
2 an organization of individuals with common professional training and interests, as the American College of Nurse-Midwives, the American College of Cardiology, or the American College of Surgeons.

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Q. Is there a program that can pay for my ADHD medicine while i'm in college? I need my medicine in order to concentrate while in college but, i can't afford it because it's expensive and my parents aren't going to help me with college at all. I need to know if there is a program that can pay for my insurance while i'm in college so i can graduate.

A. there are student loans. As soon as you decide which school you are going to get in touch with their financial aid office and ask for help. Also, apply for every scholarship possible - Get online and research and fill out applications like crazy. Good Luck.

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Nine subway lines stop under the building and more than two million riders come through the building concourse every month," said Casey Kemper, portfolio manager for Collegiate Realty.
Since 1998, The Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), the oldest and largest collegiate licensing agency in the nation, has patrolled the marketplace surrounding BCS venues in search of counterfeiters selling "knock-off" merchandise.
Collegiate trading cards, which feature former student-athletes in their collegiate uniforms, have been interspersed into professional trading card sets or distributed as standalone sets since 1996.
Looking back three or four years, I recall being nudged by my friend Dorie Guidon of the Bellingham MTA Chapter regarding the possible formation of a collegiate chapter at Western.
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When the league first started in 1997, seven of the eight head coaches were women and the lone exception, Houston's Van Chancellor, came by the job honestly, having coached women for two decades at the collegiate level.
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