The formal admission of a student to university.
Enrollment in a college or university.
A term used to refer to the act of enrolling in the University. When, for example, transfer students are notified that certain parts of their transcripts will be evaluated "after matriculation," that means after they have formally enrolled at UALR.
The first registration following admission as a classified student.
State-mandated process designed to support student access and success. The matriculation process begins with steps students must complete to enroll in classes, continues through the students' educational careers at Can?ada, and concludes when students accomplish their educational goals and objectives.
A combination of assessment of reading, writing, and mathematic skills; orientation to college programs and services; academic advising and counseling; and the programs and services that enable a student to reach his or her educational goals.
admission to a group (especially a college or university)
New students of the University matriculate (or join the roll) when they enrol or register at their College, signing a declaration that they will obey the University regulations. There has been no formal University ceremony in Cambridge since 1962.
The formal act of admission into the College and the University. At Corpus this involves signing a declaration, listening to a speech or two, and appearing in the Matriculation Photograph along with the rest of your year.
word used for either the examination held at the end of secondary school or as a university entrance requirement.
the beginning of a course of studies. A "matriculation fee," which is applied against tuition, is required of students in some programs before they begin a course of studies. The date of matriculation is the time at which you register for your first classes toward a particular degree program. Deadlines for completion of degree requirements in some programs are measured from the date of matriculation.
The state of being registered for coursework.
A student who meets all admission requirements and is enrolled in a degree or certificate program is said to be matriculated.
A process that brings the college and student who enrolls for credit into an agreement designed to achieve the student's educational goal.
This is a process whereby students are accepted, pay their fees and enroll for classes. At this point, they become freshmen students at the college.
Formal application to and acceptance in a degree or certificate program.
Enrollment as an admitted, degree-seeking student.
The formal addition of a student's name to the records of the University.
To be admitted for full-time study at a college or university.
The process that all new students follow to help ensure success in meeting educational goals. Matriculation includes: assessment, orientation, counseling, registration and follow up.
The initial registration as a degree-seeking student toward a particular degree. A student matriculates once for each degree.
The process requires a student to pay an application fee, and to submit a high school transcript and/or diploma or equivalent, the appropriate immunization record, declare a major, and complete placement tests.
The state of being registered for credit and working toward a specific degree.
To matriculate is to be officially admitted to the University after having met entrance requirements.
A process that brings Los Angeles Valley College and a student who enrolls for credit into an agreement for the purpose of realizing the student's educational goal through the college's established programs, policies, and requirements.
Becoming a member of the college and the university.
Enrollment in a degree-granting program. You must be matriculated in order to receive most forms of federal and state financial aid.
Qualifying by examination or otherwise for admission to a college or university.
the ceremony by which a Fresher becomes a member of the university. Involves dressing up in subfusc and listening to Latin in the Sheldonian.
Eligibility for admission to a university. Historically, an examination to qualify for university admission. See also Senior Secondary Certificate of Education.
(1) Eligibility for admission to a university. (2) (historically) An examination to qualify for university admission.
Matriculation refers to the formal process of entering a university, or of becoming eligible to enter by acquiring the required prior qualifications.