This is an admissions plan whereby a student applies to a college and is notified of acceptance during the senior year of high school. The student may then take a year off for travel, work, or other projects before attending college. Many private colleges permit a student to defer, but the University of California requires a student to reapply for admission if he does not plan to enroll for the term for which he applied.
A program that allows students to postpone enrollment — usually for no more than one year — after admission to a college or university.
The practice of some colleges of allowing an accepted student to postpone enrollment for one year.
The practice of most private colleges of permitting students to postpone enrollment for one year after acceptance. This is done for students who want to work for a year or travel. Most public colleges are unable to offer this option.
postponing enrollment into an academic program after acceptance for a specified period of time (usually one year)
Many schools will offer this option to its newly admitted students. The student may defer admission to college for one semester or one year for personal reasons (work, travel, personal hardship etc.) Two stipulations usually apply: that the student not enroll in a degree program at another institution during that year, and that the student must pay the commitment deposit before the deferral will be granted for the following year. The student does not have to re-apply for admission.
The practice of permitting students to postpone enrollment, usually for one year, after acceptance to the college.
A college may accept a student but then allow the student to delay coming to the college for one year.
The practice of permitting admitted students to postpone enrollment, usually for a period of one academic term or one year.
Allows an accepted student to postpone admission for one year.