- college try,
- collegiate church,
- collegiate institute,
- collegium musicum,
Origin of collegiate
Examples from the Web for collegiate
I did one semester at Boulder, which was more a stereotypical, American collegiate experience.Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill on ‘22 Jump Street,’ Penis Kissing, and Julie Andrews’s Boobs|Kevin Fallon|June 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
More than 500 colleges use a test called the Collegiate Learning Assessment to measure academic progress.
Merriam-Webster has updated its collegiate dictionary, and entries like ‘gastropub’ and ‘man cave’ have been added.New Words Added to Merriam-Webster Dictionary: ‘Man Cave,’ ‘Sexting,’ and More|Kory L. Stamper|August 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They remained rooted in weekend athleticism and collegiate sports, the Gap and Old Navy.Hoodies, Trayvon Martin, and America’s Racial Fears|Robin Givhan|March 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“There is a universal need for qualified incoming transfers,” says Nassirian of the collegiate registrars association.
The fifth collegiate year will be devoted to theoretical morality.Elements of Morals|Paul Janet
"You do the letter-press for the 'collegiate' ad., and I'll make a picture for it," she said.
In the thirteenth century the monastical Church of San Emeterio was raised to a collegiate and in 1775 to a bishopric.The Cathedrals of Northern Spain|Charles Rudy
The graduating exercises of the Collegiate Department were of unusual interest.
Some of the old houses remain, along with a fragment of its collegiate church.
mid-15c., from Latin collegiatus "member of a college or corporation," in Medieval Latin, "of or pertaining to a college," from collegium (see college).