noun, plural col·le·gi·a [kuh-lee-jee-uh] /kəˈli dʒi ə/, col·le·gi·ums.
Origin of collegium
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The “collegium” of seventeen nominated the governors-general who were appointed after 1608.
Ultro et ex propri liberalitate et munificenti, nec sine gravissimo suo sumptu et impensis, collegium fundare conatur.The Reign of Henry the Eighth, Volume 1 (of 3)|James Anthony Froude
In 1690 he was appointed president of the collegium imperiale historicum.
There was a complete separation in law between the rights of the collegium as a body and those of its individual members.
The course at the Collegium Philosophicum was made optional.History of Holland|George Edmundson