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someone who has been admitted to a college or university

enroll as a student

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Above all, we teach you to do things with the fear of God,' and charged the matriculants to be good ambassadors of the school and the country, Nigeria at large.
Lee suggests increases in higher education matriculants, parental loans on behalf of students, longer time-to-completion of programs, common deferment of payments, and the inability to discharge all contributed to the rise of student loan debt in the 2000s.
In summary, contrary to expectations, the institutional support of enrolling matriculants in psychosocially supportive orientation programs had no practical effect on academic achievement or retention.
8% Black or African-American Matriculants by Sex, 2015 Percent Change Percent Change from Prior from Prior Year Female Total Male Total Year 11.
Facts: Applicants, matriculants, enrollment, graduates, MD/PhD, and residency applicants data.
We had a huge influx of applicants; it's just that the applicants did not turn into matriculants," Jones says.
As recent scholarship demonstrates, Kunitz's uneasy feelings about his departure from Harvard were wholly warranted, not only at a personal level, but also in a structural sense, for this was the very period when Ivy League schools began to establish and implement restrictive admissions policies designed to place quotas on Jewish matriculants.
309, 358 (2006) ("The impact of any attempt by law schools to maintain or increase the LSAT scores of their matriculants will fall disproportionately on those who score lower--and disproportionately on members of underrepresented groups.
The number of African American, Latino, White and Asian American applicants and matriculants will be compared to one another using contingency tables, disaggregated by gender.
Second, in an effort to assess the overall preparation of medical school matriculants, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) recommended a shift to holistic admissions, or holistic review (Mahon, Henderson, Kirch, 2013).
SAT scores are based on the matriculants from 2005, 2006, and 2007.
For matriculants, a term file records various measures of academic progress, notably persistence, GPA, choice of major, and graduation status for each semester enrolled.
Stephen's Green in gold would be insufficient recompense for his labors, postponing that metaphor for later so that he can add the fact that he is also responsible for evaluating 750 matriculants.