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*[[Lochac colleges]]
 
*[[Lochac colleges]]
 
*[[College of Rencester]] -- College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, [[USA]] ([[Atlantia]])
 
*[[College of Rencester]] -- College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, [[USA]] ([[Atlantia]])
*[[College of NoMountain]] -- Grinell College, Grinnel, IA [[USA]] ([[Calontir]])
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*[[College of No Mountain]] -- Grinell College, Grinnel, IA [[USA]] ([[Calontir]])
   
 
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Revision as of 07:18, 10 August 2006

In the 13th century Oxford University created colleges in order to lessen rioting between students and townspeople. This century also saw the foundation of the college Peterhouse at Cambridge University. Colleges were usually named after their founder or a patron saint.

Colleges in the SCA

In the SCA a college is a branch that is based at a teaching institute, such as a university.

A listing of colleges

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