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An affiliated school or affiliated college is an educational institution that operates independently, but also has a formal collaborative agreement with another, usually larger institution that may have some level of control or influence over its academic policies, standards or programs. While a university may have one or several affiliated colleges, it is not necessarily a collegiate university, which is a union or federation of semi-autonomous colleges.

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1 Examples of affiliated schools by area

1.1 United States 1.2 Canada

1.2.1 University
University
of Alberta 1.2.2 Laurentian University 1.2.3 University
University
of Regina 1.2.4 University
University
of Saskatchewan 1.2.5 University
University
of Toronto 1.2.6 University
University
of Waterloo 1.2.7 University
University
of Windsor 1.2.8 University
University
of Western Ontario

1.3 Other schools

2 Notes

Examples of affiliated schools by area[edit] United States[edit] In the United States, Barnard College
College
has an official affiliation with Columbia University. Barnard is legally and financially separate from Columbia but its students have access to the instruction and facilities of Columbia. Radcliffe College, another college of the Seven Sisters, was similarly affiliated with Harvard University
University
until it was completely merged into Harvard in 1999. Canada[edit] In Canada
Canada
several universities have federated or affiliated colleges, some of which predate the parent institution. University
University
of Alberta[edit] St. Joseph's College
College
is the Roman Catholic liberal arts college affiliated with the University
University
of Alberta. The college provides offers courses open to students of both institutions, an on-campus chapel for the celebration of mass during the week, and a coeducational residence.[1] Laurentian University[edit] Laurentian University
University
has four federated institutions, three of which are located on the main campus in Sudbury, which offer a variety of degrees in association with the university:

Université de Hearst, the only exclusively French language university-level institution in Ontario and the only federated institution not located on the main Sudbury campus. Thorneloe University, affiliated with the Anglican Church of Canada and offering courses in fine arts, theatre, classics, women's studies, religious studies and theology. University
University
of Sudbury, a Catholic, bilingual institution offering courses in religious studies, philosophy, indigenous studies and folklore. Huntington University, focused on arts and humanities studies, affiliated with the United Church and offering courses communication studies, ethics, gerontology, philosophy, religious studies and theology.

University
University
of Regina[edit] The University
University
of Regina has three federated colleges, which offer various degrees in conjunction with the university:

Luther College, an Evangelical Lutheran liberal arts college; Campion College, a Jesuit Catholic liberal arts college; First Nations
First Nations
University
University
of Canada, a college offering curriculum developed in partnership with First Nations
First Nations
communities and social support for First Nations
First Nations
students.

All three colleges are located on the University
University
of Regina's main campus, and all students of the federated colleges are also registered as students of the university. University
University
of Saskatchewan[edit] St. Thomas More College
College
is the Roman Catholic liberal arts college federated with the University
University
of Saskatchewan,[2] and is located on the university's campus in Saskatoon. The administration and financial details of the college are autonomous, but the academics are closely interrelated with the university.[3] University
University
of Toronto[edit] Further information: University
University
of Toronto § Governance and colleges The University
University
of Toronto is a collegiate university consisting of a federation of 11 colleges, with various degrees of independence and autonomy, organized under a central Governing Council. University
University
of Waterloo[edit] The University
University
of Waterloo has four affiliated institutions, collectively referred to as the "university colleges" or "church colleges": Conrad Grebel University
University
College, a college owned by the Mennonite Church Eastern Canada
Canada
that offers programs in peace and conflict studies, music, and Mennonite studies; Renison University College, a public college affiliated with the Anglican Church of Canada
Canada
that offers programs in social development studies, social work, East Asian studies, and languages; St. Jerome's University, a public Roman Catholic liberal arts university established in 1865; and St. Paul's University
University
College, a public college formerly affiliated with the United Church of Canada
Canada
that offers programs on social justice and environmental issues. All students can take courses offered by the university and any of the colleges, degrees bear the university's name and seal, and admission to college residences is not restricted based on religious beliefs.[4] University
University
of Windsor[edit] The University
University
of Windsor has three affiliated institutions: Assumption University, a Roman Catholic university offering graduate degree programs in religious subjects; Canterbury College, a public liberal arts college affiliated with the Anglican Church of Canada; and Iona College, a public liberal arts college affiliated with the United Church of Canada. University
University
of Western Ontario[edit] The University
University
of Western Ontario has three affiliate colleges:[5] Huron University
University
College, a public liberal arts college established in 1863 and affiliated with the Anglican Church of Canada ; Brescia University
University
College, a public Roman Catholic women's college established in 1919 by the Ursulines; and King's University
University
College, a public Roman Catholic co-educational college established in 1954 that offers programs in liberal arts, business, social justice, and theology (through an affiliation with St. Peter's Seminary). UWO previously had affiliation agreements with other institutions, including Alma College, Assumption University
University
and Wilfrid Laurier University.[6] Other schools[edit] For the most part, this model is restricted to colleges and universities. On rarer occasions, however, elementary schools or high schools may also enter into affiliating agreements. Notes[edit]

^ "About Us". St. Joseph's College. University
University
of Alberta. Retrieved 21 April 2015.  ^ "Administration and Governance". St. Thomas More College. Retrieved 21 April 2015.  ^ University
University
of Saskatchewan. "U of S / Course Calendar / St. Thomas More College". Archived from the original on 5 August 2007. Retrieved 2007-07-12.  ^ " University
University
Colleges". Faculty of Arts. University
University
of Waterloo. Retrieved 21 April 2015.  ^ "Affiliation Agreement" (PDF). University
University
Secretariat. University
University
of Western Ontario. Retrieved 21 April 2015.  ^ "Laurier Library History". Laurier Library. Wilfrid Laurier University. Retrieved 21

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