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also en·rol·ment  (ĕn-rōl′mənt)
a. The act or process of enrolling.
b. The state of being enrolled.
2. The number enrolled: The class has an enrollment of 27 students.
3. A record or an entry.


or en•rol•ment

(ɛnˈroʊl mənt)

1. the act or process of enrolling.
2. the state of being enrolled.
3. the number of persons enrolled, as for a course or in a school.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.enrollment - the act of enrollingenrollment - the act of enrolling      
incoming, ingress, entering, entrance, entry - the act of entering; "she made a grand entrance"
2.enrollment - the body of people (such as students) who register or enroll at the same time
body - a group of persons associated by some common tie or occupation and regarded as an entity; "the whole body filed out of the auditorium"; "the student body"; "administrative body"
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n (insurance, etc.) inscripción f
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In 1806 the old prince was made one of the eight commanders in chief then appointed to supervise the enrollment decreed throughout Russia.
A report released by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia shows fall enrollment was 214,667, just 27 more students than the total number enrolled in fall 2012.
Eastbridge's 2013 Enrollment Practices for Voluntary Products report takes a look at 21 carriers' current enrollment practices and, where appropriate, compares the findings to those from the 2006 and 2009 studies.
Funded on a per-student basis by the state, the process of open enrollment allows students to enroll in a public school that is outside the boundaries of their traditional enrollment zone.
To encourage the use of automatic enrollment, employers that set up such systems (and meet certain rules) do not have to meet nondiscrimination tests that normally apply to employee deferrals and employers' matching contributions.
Further, the plan nondiscrimination rules are eliminated if the employer adopts automatic enrollment in a way that meets certain requirements.
Its enrollment is up to 1,000 students, new residence halls have been built, other investments have been made in major campus projects, retention is increasing, and the endowment has quadrupled.
The camps that answered the survey were representative of the ACA camp community and provided an accurate view of enrollment .
It's the fifth straight year for enrollment freezes in first through sixth grades at Stevenson Ranch and Pico Canyon elementary schools.
Cassuto (1996) advocated the life cycle model using logistic regression for forecasting enrollment of a newly created university.
The key to success may well be suggested by a major national trend among chemical engineering departments to counter their own enrollment difficulties by modifying their curricula to incorporate more of the biological sciences and even changing their names to Chemical and Biological Engineering, or a similar variant.
Nearly two-thirds of the women who were sexually inexperienced at enrollment had first penetrative vaginal sex during the study.