Yes, it basically is referring to the same thing.
Rowan university is an acctual college located in Glassboro NJ, there are a number of schools in the university, Phoenix is an online college.. they are unrelated
No. Medical school comes after you graduate from college (or university).
college in the states is the same as university in Canada In Canada a college is for technical training, university is for theoretical training. Both are secondary education.
No they are not. As indicated by name the University of Phoenix is a university. Phoenix College is a community college (two year institution).
there is no such thing as Boise College, only Boise State University
yes... and no. A university is composed of different colleges ( or schools, if you want-) usually a university will have a school of arts and sciences, education, communication, etc. A separate college may specialize in one of these areas, like a teacher college or one like MIT that specializes in sciences, math, and technology.
Yes we can change the college in 2nd year only when both the colleges belongs to same university. But if the university is different then it is not possible to change college.
University of Florida
They're the same thing
well, it depends what country you live in. in the US, they refer to universities as colleges, hoiwever in the UK, a college as an alternative for sixth form
If we are talking about the same person; Howard University.
They attend Monsters University (the same as the title of the movie).
no it isn't! The University of Alabama is the "big" college in Alabama
yes it is
A college is a school that provides education at a bachelor's level. A college grants bachelor degrees, while a university consists of multiple colleges and grants bachelor, masters and doctorate degrees.
If you go to a state college or university, tuition is usually lower for in-state students than for out-of-state students. If you go to a private college or university, the tuition is usually the same for everyone.
Depends on which country you are in. In England it is not the same as in University, you can sleep over night on campus and live there and in College you go home. In uni, you study different things on harder levels so overall the answer is no they are not the same. hope this helps ;)
I have never heard of South University of Phoenix, and it appears that the College Board hasn't either.
Sort of, in the sense that the school that used to be called Eastern Washington State College had its name changed to Eastern Washington University.
No. Harvard University is a university, not a college. Harvard College is part of Harvard University, however.
No, they are not the same schools. Boston University is a private, nonsectarian university (with a Theology School that is affiliated with the Methodist Church) located in the City of Boston. Boston College is a Jesuit institution located in chestnut Hill section of Newton, Massachusetts, a few miles west of Boston.