Definitions for "Undeclared"
Keywords:  judd, ndash, dramedy, apatow, sitcom
Students who have not yet chosen a major are undeclared. Since undeclared students are not affiliated with a college, the division of Enrollment Management serves in that capacity. Students are strongly encouraged to declare a major prior to earning 60 hours. Academic advisors can frequently assist undeclared students with choice of a major.
A term used to describe the state of not yet having chosen a major field of study; the opposite of having declared a major.
Undeclared was a U.S. television series that aired on FOX during the 2001–2002 TV season. The half-hour dramedy/sitcom was Judd Apatow's follow-up to the TV cult classic Freaks and Geeks. Undeclared centered on a group of college freshmen at the fictitious University of North Eastern California.
Undeclared is a status for voters in New Jersey. Those voters who do not specify a party when they register to vote — Democrat, Republican, or one of the several other parties in New Jersey — are registered as Undeclared. Voters who have previously registered with one of the political parties may request to have their status changed back to Undeclared.
To present participles which come from intransitive verbs, or are themselves employed as adjectives, to mark the absence of the activity, disposition, or condition implied by the participle;
not announced or openly acknowledged; "fighting an undeclared war"