Jordan College

Jordan College may refer to:

  • Jordan College (His Dark Materials) a fictional college in the His Dark Materials book trilogy
  • Jordan College of Fine Arts at Butler University
  • Jordan College (Michigan) a now defunct college that was in Michigan

Other articles related to "jordan college, college, jordan":

Jordan College (Michigan)
... Jordan College was a small, four year liberal arts college in Michigan that closed in 1996 ... Earlier in the 1990s Jordan College had been involved in litigation regarding claims of mismanagement of federal student aid dollars ... Jordan College opened its branch campuses in 1967 ...
His Dark Materials - Characters
... girl, has grown up in the fictional Jordan College, Oxford ... The Master of Jordan heads Jordan College at Lyra's world's Oxford University ... Helped by other Jordan College employees, he is raising the supposedly (but not actually) orphaned Lyra ...
Locations In His Dark Materials - Locations - Jordan College
... Jordan College is a fictional college ... The location and layout of Jordan College in the parallel universe is analogous to the location of Exeter College, Philip Pullman's alma mater, in the real city of ... However, unlike the fictional college, Exeter College is not the oldest (it is the fourth-oldest), nor is it the richest college of the University of Oxford ...

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