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First University In The United States - Definitions and Criteria That Have Been Used To Support Claims of Being "the First University in The - University Status of Specific Institutions
... Harvard dates its own university status to 1780 "The first medical instruction given to Harvard students in 1781 and the founding of the Medical School in 1782 made it ... Penn was designated a university by the legislature of Pennsylvania (the first such U.S ... in 1779, although the institution did not receive its current name of "University of Pennsylvania" until 1791 ...
La Consolacion University Philippines
... The La Consolacion University Philippines, formerly University of Regina Carmeli, is a co-educational Catholic University established and administered by the Augustinian ... conducted intensive analysis and evaluation of the status of the school’s readiness to measure up to PAASCU standards. 1996 – Move Toward University Status RCC then, opened its Early Childhood Education Center at Catmon Campus in January 1997 ...
SRM University - University Status
... The university is approved by the University Grants Commission and is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) ... the university has also been voted as India's no. 1 private university several times by Z news and Deccan Chronicle in the last few years ...
Dharamsinh Desai University - Status
... DDU achieved autonomous university status in 1991 which meant it could conduct exams and not follow the parent university, Gujarat University, examination schedule (though the degree ... It achieved a Deemed University status in June 2000, which meant that the degree certificates show that they are awarded from DDIT ... In April 2005, DDIT achieved full university status and was renamed DDU, an abbreviation for Dharmsinh Desai University ...

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