A first-year college student who is both a graduate from of an accredited high school, or its equivalent, and has not attempted any college course work prior to his enrollment to Texas State.
Class level designation for first-year student in undergraduate programs.
A degree-seeking undergraduate who has earned fewer than 30 semester credit hours.
A Student who has completed 44 of fewer term credits toward an undergraduate degree.
Usually a student who enters a college or university directly from high school. Also, a student who is taking the required first-year courses at a college or university.
Refers to the first year of study for an associate or bachelor's degree. Students who have completed 1-29 semester units are considered freshmen.
used of a person in the first year of an experience (especially in United States high school or college); "a freshman senator"; "freshman year in high school or college"
a first-year student in college or university , or, chiefly in the United States , in high school
a student who is applying to ASU while enrolled in high school or a student who has not attended college since high school graduation
The classification of a student who has completed 0 to 31 semester credit hours.
A student who has earned fewer than 30 semester credits.
The class standing assigned to undergraduate students who have completed 0-29 semester credit hours towards graduation.
undergraduate who has earned 0-29 semester hours.
The name for the class in its first of four years of traditional study for a Bachelor's degree, and its individual members. ("She is a freshman, and thus is a member of the freshman class.")
first-year students at high schools, universities and colleges.
A 1st year student at a college or university.
A student who has less than 30 semester hours of earned credit and is currently carrying at least 12 semester hours of work
A first-year student at the University, who has earned 1-29 credit hours.
A student with fewer than 30 semester hours of credit earned.
undergraduate student with fewer than 30 credit hours.
A new student with 0-20 hours attempted at Illinois State. Satisfactory Academic Progress Required for Continued Financial Aid Eligibility.
A student who has completed less than 30 hours of college credit.
Traditional name for first-year students in four-year degree programs. At MC, a freshman is any student who has earned fewer than 28 credit hours.
a student in his or her first year at university.
The first year of undergraduate study.
A first-year student at a secondary school, college, or university.
A first-year student at high school, college or university.
A first-year undergraduate student.
the first year of college or a student who has less than a certain number of credits earned.
a student in the first year of study at a college or university (or a four-year secondary school)
A first-year student at secondary schools, universities and colleges.
A freshman is defined as any full-time student enrolled less than two semesters and not transferring from another college or university.