from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of matriculating, or of admitting to membership by enrolment; the state of being matriculated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The act or process of matriculating; the state of being matriculated.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
enrollmentin a collegeor university
- noun A
passin some university examinations
- noun Scotland A
registrationof armorial bearings
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun admission to a group (especially a college or university)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It is called the matriculation pledge, and imports the formal admission of the student into the Institution.
For, unlike matriculation, which is geared towards preparing students for university, the subjects taught in Form Six are too academic, educationists say.
Seventy-eight percent were of the opinion that a higher standard of policeman should be selected for the service, such as matriculation and without a criminal record.
"Honoris causa" is a Latin phrase which means "for the sake of the honor" and it is an academic degree conferred by a university in which the usual requirements such as matriculation, residence, lessons and the passing of examinations are waived.
States probably need to spend more on bad schools to lower their tuition in order to maintain matriculation levels.
I practically lived and breathed the achievement gap, as during my time as a high school English teacher in Washington, DC, I daily encountered the gap and fought to close it by pushing my students towards academic success and college matriculation.
Yes Services Management of enrollment and matriculation; drop shipment of books to student homes; communication and presentation skills training; luncheon speaker series; catered meals School Services Does the program offer Career Services to EMBA Students?
And because we haven't had much data, we've tried to use the same cheap tests to improve instruction, evaluate teachers, manage matriculation, and hold school accountable.
"In the 1970s, HBCU matriculation was associated with higher wages and an increased probability of graduation, relative to attending a [traditional college]," they wrote in a 2007 paper.
I recall visiting a "lite" special education class and asking the teacher what the matriculation rate was to mainstream.