Coburger Convent der akademischen Landsmannschaften und Turnerschaften
The Coburger Convent der akademischen Landsmannschaften und Turnerschaften (abbreviation: CC) is an association of 100 German and Austrian Studentenverbindungen, all of which are based on the principle of tolerance. Its full name is Coburger Convent der Landsmannschaften and Turnerschaften an deutschen Hochschulen.
The Coburger Convent was founded in Coburg in 1951.
The Coburger Convent’s colours are white-green-red-white.
Landsmannschaft Darmstadtia Gießen; Landsmannschaft Spandovia Berlin and Landsmannschaft Zaringia Heidelberg
Famous members of Coburger Convent
- Karl von Bardeleben (1849–1919), Anatomist
- Peter Harry Carstensen (born 1947), Politician, since 2005 he has been Minister President of the state of Schleswig-Holstein, serving as President of the Bundesrat in 2005/06
- Thomas Dehler (1897–1967), Politician, Federal Republic of Germany's first Minister of Justice (1949–1953) and chairman of Free Democratic Party (1954–1957)
- Rolf Emmrich (1910–1974), Professor of internal medicine.
- Adolph Albrecht Erlenmeyer (1822–1877), Physician and psychiatrist
- Friedrich Albrecht Erlenmeyer (1849–1926), Physician and psychiatrist
- Franz Etzel (1902–1970), Politician, Minister of Finance.
- Paul Flechsig (1847–1929), Neuroanatomist, psychiatrist and neuropathologist
- Carl Friedrich Goerdeler (1884–1945), Politician
- Levin Goldschmidt (1828–1897), Jurist
- Otto Hahn (1879–1968), Chemist and Nobel laureate, a pioneer in the fields of radioactivity and radiochemistry
- Hugo Junkers (1859–1935), Engineer
- Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz (1829–1896), Organic chemist
- Friedrich August Körnicke (1828–1908), Agronomist and botanist
- Hermann Löns (1866–1914), Journalist and writer
- Gottfried Münzenberg (born 1940), Physicist
- Günther Oettinger (born 1953), Politician, Minister-President of the state of Baden-Württemberg between 2005 and 2010
- Ferdinand Sauerbruch (1875–1951), Surgeon
- Ferdinand Schneider (1911–1984), Chemist
- Wilhelm Solf (1862–1936), Scholar, diplomat, jurist and statesman
- Heinrich Spoerl (1887–1955), Author
- Theodor Thierfelder (1824–1904), Internist
- Wilhelm Trübner (1851–1917), Painter
- Rainer Wieland (born 1957), Politician and Member of the European Parliament
- Max Wilms (1867–1918), Pathologist and surgeon
- Alexander von Zagareli (1844–1929), Professor at St. Petersburg University and co-founder of Tbilisi State University