An institution that us supported in whole or in part from public funds and is the responsibility if a governmental unit it over which a governmental unit exercises administrative control.
a charity that is also a school authority, public college, university, hospital authority, or local authority determined to be a municipality
A school that uses taxpayers dollars to help subsidize education costs. Public schools are often a good value for in-state residents and tend to be larger than most private colleges.
A school, college or university that is largely funded by public money. Q - Z
An educational institution whose programs and activities are operated by publicly elected or appointed school officials, and which is supported primarily by public funds.
In education, an educational organization that public officials (elected, appointed, or both) operate and that public funds support. uick response A mechanism in MnVU that allows employers to receive quick responses to requests for customized training (coming soon). egistration The process of enrolling in a course or other learning opportunity. Depending on the provider, registration typically includes submitting contact information (name, address, telephone number), information about educational and employment history, the name(s) and number(s) of the course(s), and tuition.
An institution that receives the majority of funding through the government.
A postsecondary education institution supported primarily by public funds and operated by publicly elected or appointed officials who control the program and activities. (See also supplemental note 9.)
A school or institution controlled and operated by publicly elected or appointed officials and generally deriving its primary support from public funds.