noncollegiate

noncollegiate

(ˌnɒnkəˈliːdʒɪət)
adj
(Education) not connected to or based at a university or college
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However, many of these school districts no longer educate students about noncollegiate career options that are often highly lucrative and highly available in the new global economy.
15 The Principles of Governing postseason competition and contests sponsored by Noncollegiate Organizations
The findings are generally consistent with those stemming from noncollegiate samples.
Flow and when did noncollegiate young men and women imitate college styles?
The company, which does not disclose revenue, also is working on designs for other universities, as well as for noncollegiate customers.
These findings may be applicable to other collegiate wheelchair basketball settings but if organizations such as the NWBA or the International Wheelchair Basketball Association are to use these findings, they may want to consider a replication study in an alternate noncollegiate setting.
Though nearby Vanderbilt University has long had a presenting program called Great Performances, OZ is filling a vacuum for performing arts geared to the wider, noncollegiate public.
provide tools to the private studio teacher that may not be available in a noncollegiate setting;
When compared to noncollegiate populations, undergraduate students have truncated income and educational distributions (e.
In addition, the survey results confirmed previous findings from 2002, which revealed that college students were more likely than their noncollegiate peers to adopt heavy and bingeing alcohol consumption patterns.
The Labor Technical College, the training center for the New York City District Council of Carpenters, announced that it has received approval by the National Program on Noncollegiate Sponsored Instruction (NPONSI)--New York State Board of Regents to offer college credits equivalent to one full year of education.
Unlike noncollegiate adolescents or adults who may be frequently transient, college students should be relatively easy to engage on a continuing basis.