To enroll; to enter in a register;
to enter or admit to membership in a body or society, particularly in a college or university, by enrolling the name in a register.
To go though the process of admission to membership, as by examination and enrollment, in a society or college.
To register or enroll in a college.
You matriculate when you begin your studies at an institution. Most female RJC Singaporean students will matriculate in July, Sept or October 2003, depending on which country they study in. Most male Singaporeans have to defer matriculation for two years. See FAQ regarding Early Decision.
The process of enrolling at the university. It has connotations of public records and an etymology in the word matrix (Latin) ... "mother's womb"
To be admitted into a college as a degree student.
To enroll for the first time in a college or university.
someone who has been admitted to a college or university
enroll as a student
To successfully apply for admission to the University through the admissions office.
The process by which applicants are converted to students. Admissions receive confirmation of 'Intention to Attend' and a process is run which creates a student record and data ownership is transferred to Student Records from Admissions Roll Forward
to initially enroll at a university.
An admissions term. This means that the student is accepted into a certificate or degree program.
The formal admission application and acceptance of a student who wishes to take courses at a college or university.
An admission office term that means you have applied for a degree program, and have been accepted to that program by meeting all admission requirements.
To be formally accepted for admission into a graduate or undergraduate program at the University.
Process by which a student is moved from the Admissions module to the Records module.
enroll in a program of study.
to formally enroll in a college or university; to register for classes