His old prompt way of acting had not left him; he went at once to his friend Weyland, the president of the collegium.
No one ever saw his collegium (lecture-room); no one ever heard him lecture.
The portal of the collegium Falconis presents a specimen of Grecian architecture, which is much admired for the simplicity.
His memory is tenderly cherished in the collegium Germanicum to this day.
There are thinkers of repute who even picture the Deity as the constitutional President of a collegium of souls.
By the Roman law a collegium must have at least three members.
At the age of thirteen he entered the collegium Clementinum at Rome.
In his tenth year he was entered at the collegium Fredericianum with the definite view of studying theology.
They formed a collegium, but their tenure of office is not known.
The “collegium” of seventeen nominated the governors-general who were appointed after 1608.