collegiate

[kuh-lee-jit, -jee-it]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to a college: collegiate life.
2.
of, characteristic of, or intended for college students: collegiate clothes; a collegiate dictionary.
3.
of the nature of or constituted as a college.
noun
4.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Late Latin collēgiātus. See college, -ate1

collegiately, adverb
collegiateness, noun
postcollegiate, adjective
precollegiate, adjective
procollegiate, adjective
pseudocollegiate, adjective
quasi-collegiate, adjective
subcollegiate, adjective
uncollegiate, adjective

collegial, collegiate.
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collegiate (kəˈliːdʒɪɪt)
 
adj
1.  Also: collegial of or relating to a college or college students
2.  (of a university) composed of various colleges of equal standing
 
n
3.  (Canadian) short for collegiate institute

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collegiate
1514, from L. collegiatus "member of a college or corporation," in M.L., "of or pertaining to a college," from collegium (see college).
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Example sentences
But everybody wound up discussing the shifting collegiate sports landscape.
Yet it is taken by these sociologists as the only measure of worth in
  collegiate education.
Tribal, professional and collegiate relationships of trust are harder to shut
  down than phone lines.
The all-pervasive collegiate structure of the university powerfully complicates
  its affairs.
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