the status of a student officially accepted to the college and working toward a degree.
A person admitted to the university as a degree-seeking student.
This is when you have officially enrolled in a program after sending in the required official transcripts and admissions fee and receiving an acceptance letter. You must be matriculated to receive financial aid.
To apply, be accepted, and enroll in a degree-granting program at a college or university.
You are a matriculated student when you are officially enrolled in a program (i.e. sent in any official transcripts (if needed), paid the admissions fee, and have received an â€˜acceptanceâ€™ letter from a program). To receive financial aid, you must be matriculated.
Enrollment status for students who are officially working on the completion of a degree.
A student who has been formally accepted into an academic program and begun a course of study. You must be matriculated in order to receive degrees or other formal awards from RIT.
To be enrolled at an eligible institution working toward a degree or certificate in an eligible program.