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COLLEGE. A civil corporation, society or company, authorized by law, having in general a literary object. In some countries by college is understood the union of certain voters in *one body; such bodies are called electoral colleges; as, the college of electors or their deputies to the diet of Ratisbon; the college of cardinals. The term is used in the United States; as, the college of electors of president and vice-president, of the United States. Act of Congress of January 23, 1845.

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Thurgood Marshall College Fund is the nation's largest organization exclusively representing the Black College Community.
Established in 1987, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) is the nation's largest organization exclusively representing the black college community.
Each year, the Drug Lawsuit Source College Fund Scholarship is available to one student who best displays determination and perseverance, much like McWilliams, in their academic endeavors.
In addition, a dedicated college fund has a compressed time horizon.
Since 1999, Toyota has helped more than 1,300 Native American students earn a college degree through its Toyota Tribal College Scholarship Program with the College Fund. Four-hundred thousand dollars of this landmark gift will continue Toyota's scholarship program through 2018.
Insular Life, through its "College Provider" educational plan, crafted several options parents may choose from; from the most affordable Plan 100 (with P100,000 college fund) to Plan 2000 (with P2,000,000 college fund).
"Sadly this cancer changed all those plans and now this young family has no income and the college funds will be left unfulfilled.
"Bacardi is proud to collaborate with the WNBA, The Thurgood Marshall College Fund and the Hispanic Scholarship Fund to provide an opportunity for deserving female students to access their dreams of higher education," said Toby Whitmoyer, vice president, brand managing director, Bacardi Rum.
Williams, president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund. "We are grateful for the opportunity to work with a company that recognizes the importance and power of obtaining a college degree."
Many of his prize money would go to help minority students, with the Posse Foundation, the United Negro College Fund, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and the American Indian College Fund, each receiving 125,000 dollars.
$125,000 to the United Negro College Fund<br>The United Negro College Fund plays a critical role in enabling more than 60,000 students each year to attend college through scholarship and internship programs.
Of these humanitarian efforts he specifically supported education through the Cities and Schools Scholarship Fund, Community Youth Sports and Arts Foundation, and the United Negro College Fund, only to mention a few.

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