The total number of students registered in a given school unit at a given time, generally in the fall of a year.
The total number of students registered in a given school unit at a given time, often standardized by using the school's enrollment on or about October 1 of a given school year. Also measured by calculating average daily attendance or average daily enrollment.
the choosing of your classes one to two months before each term begins.
includes any and all persons seeking the M.D. degree at any U.S. medical school. Enrollment includes persons at all class levels, and those repeating years or on leave for any reason. (There are four class levels, but any student may remain in any class level for more than one year.)
The process of selecting courses and arranging a schedule of classes for the semester.
See “Headcount”, “Student Credit Hours Generated”, “Full-Time Equivalent Students”, “Course Registrations
the body of people (such as students) who register or enroll at the same time
The process in which students pick their classes and pay related fees.
This is the procedure by which students initially choose classes. It also includes the assessment and collection of fees. Pre-enrollment is the method by which students select courses well in advance of the official enrollment date of the next term.
The number of students in kindergarten through 12th grade in each district during the 1999-2000 school year.
the process of choosing and officially registering in a set of courses for a semester or term.
The total number of students registered to attend a given school.
Official recorded placement of a student in a class.
The point at which a student has completed registration and has been placed in the class. Classes for which a student has been placed on a wait list are not counted toward enrollment. Faculty Instructors of college classes.
Number of students enrolled in a school/district at each grade level. Indicator reflects enrollment as of October 1, 2000.
for undergraduate students full-time enrollment is 12 credit hours, half-time enrollment is 6 credit hours. For graduate students full-time enrollment is 9 credit hours, half-time enrollment is 5 credit hours.
The process of selecting courses and having courses reserved.
The process of the student/customer from making first contact with Lane, through participating in learning.
The number of students attending a school or program.
This is the procedure by which students choose classes each semester. It also includes the assessment and the collection of fees.
Enrollment is a count of unduplicated students appearing in the class of every California school and district on a given day each October. For many purposes, districts must compute their average daily attendance (ADA), which averages the number of students in school over the course of a year. The number of pupils enrolled in the school is usually larger than the ADA.