Villanova is a name of Latin and Aragonese origin. It is equivalent to Italian Villanuova, French Villeneuve, Spanish Villanueva, and Catalan, Occitan and Portuguese Vilanova. It may refer to:
- Villanova, a genus of plants in the family Phyllanthaceae, an invalid name replaced by Flueggea, or bushweed
- Villanova (plant), a genus of plants in the family Asteraceae.
- St. Thomas of Villanova College, an Augustinian university preparatory school in King City, Ontario, Canada
- Villanova College, a current Australian school run by the Augustinian priests, located in Coorparoo, in Brisbane, Australia
- Villanova Preparatory School, a college preparatory school in Ojai, California
- Villanova University, an American university established in 1842 in Pennsylvania by the Augustinian Order, also formerly known as Villanova College
- Villanova d'Asti, a town in the Province of Asti, Piedmont, Italy
- Villanova, Corse-du-Sud, a commune of the Arrondissement of Ajaccio in Corsica
- Villanova, Huesca, a municipality in Huesca (province), Spain
- Villanova Monferrato, a town in the Province of Alessandria, Piedmont, Italy
- Villanova, Ostuni, a coastal fraction of the municipality of Ostuni, Puglia, in Italy
- Villanova, Pennsylvania, an unincorporated community in Pennsylvania that is a part of Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania and Radnor Township, Pennsylvania
- Villanova/Vilanova d'Éssera, a village in the autonomous community of Aragon, Spain.
Villanova may also refer to:
- Villanovan Culture, the predecessor to the Etruscan civilization culture in central Italy
- Villanova (SEPTA Regional Rail station), station on the SEPTA Regional Rail Paoli/Thorndale Line
- Villanova Wildcats, the athletic program of Villanova University
Villanova is the name of:
- Arnaldus de Villa Nova (c. 1235–1313), an alchemist, astrologer, and physician
- Saint Thomas of Villanova (born Tomás García Martínez, 1488–1555), a Spanish Augustinian friar and archbishop
Other articles related to "villanova":
... West is a 1963 graduate of Villanova University ... While attending Villanova, he became student conductor of the school's glee club, The Villanova Singers ... a sub-group of the Singers called The Villanova Spires, a 12-man group who performed folk songs with guitar accompaniment ...
... Various notable individuals in many professions attended Villanova University at some point in their educational careers ... business, economics, education, entertainment, athletics and the sciences are alumni of Villanova ...
... Lawrence 28–18–1 (.606) Villanova (Independent) 1985 Villanova 5–0 N/A 1986 Villanova 8–1 N/A 1987 Villanova 6–4 N/A Villanova (Yankee Conference) 1988 Villanova 5–5–1 ... Montana FCS National Championship #1 2010 Villanova 9–5 5–3 T-3rd FCS Semifinals #3 2011 Villanova 2–9 1–7 10th 2012 Villanova 8–4 6–2 T-1st FCS First Round #16 Villanova 198–121–1 Total 226–13 ...
... Bowl/playoffs Michigan Wolverines (Independent) 1891 Michigan 4–5 Michigan 4–5 Villanova Wildcats (Independent) 1894 Villanova 1–0 Villanova 1–0 Total 5–5 ...