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[n] a permanent removal of student as the end result of a pattern of multiple semesters of grades below the university's standards for Good Standing
[n] the period of formal instruction at a college or university, usually September to May
[n] a college or university teacher who ranks above an instructor / lecturer and below an associate professor
[n] an opportunity for a graduate student to teach or do research in exchange for a tuition remission or a stipend
[n] a college or university teacher who ranks above an assistant professor and below a professor
[n] an academic degree awarded for an undergraduate course or major that generally lasts for three or four years
[n] a type of food service location in which there is little or no waiting staff table service
[n] security team employed by a college or university to protect the campus and surrounding areas and the people who live, work, and visit it
[n] a meeting of former classmates, typically organized at or near their former school by one of the class on or around an anniversary of their graduation.
[adj] an abbreviation for coeducational . a system of education in which both men and women attend the same school or classes
[n] an undergraduate division of a university or a school within a university which grants a bachelor's degree
[n] a unit of study; part of a college or university course that you have completed successfully
[n] a grading system based on the normal curve of distribution so that there are a few A grades, the majority are C grades and there are a few failing grades
[n] a university administrator responsible for a division of a college or university
[n] a thesis that is written in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a doctorate
[n. phr] courses organized so that students can complete the requirements by computer and without going to campus much
[n] a book-length publication in digital form, consisting of text, images, or both, and produced on, published through, and readable on computers or other electronic devices
[n] The total number of students properly registered and/or attending classes at a school
[n] the opportunity to undertake optional work, additional to their compulsory school work, in order to gain additional credit that would boost their grades
[n] activities performed by students that fall outside the realm of the normal curriculum of school or university education
[n] a trip to a place that gives students the chance to study something in a real environment, rather than in a classroom or laboratory
[n] a gymnasium / gym which houses exercise equipment for the purpose of physical exercise
[adj] the number of hours for standard tuition at a college or university, usually 9 hours for a graduate student and 12-15 hours for an undergraduate student
[n] grants and scholarships for students who are in financial needs defined by government
[n] a division of a college or university attended by students who have a first degree and who are pursuing master's or doctoral degrees
[n] a student who already holds a bachelor's degree and is pursuing a master's or doctorate
[n] a system allowing students on one campus to borrow books from other libraries on other campuses
international student advisor (ISA)
[n] a university administrator who consults international students
[n] a training opportunity that a recent graduate student takes in order to get experience
laboratory / lab
[n] a facility that provides controlled conditions in which scientific research, experiments, and measurement may be performed
learning assistance center
[n] an area used for tutoring and special programs to help students with their classes
[n] a place where a large collection of books, reference, and other academic materials are available
[n. phr] an introductory-level course for first- and second-year students
[n] the posted days and times a professor can be expected to be in his / her office available to students
[n] at a library, holding academic materials for students to check-out without taking the material out of the library.
[prep. phr] books on reserve are retained in a special place in the library and can be used only in the library
open book test
[n] a test/exam where students are allowed to use textbooks and notes during the test.
[n] a program for new students at a college or university during which they receive information about the school
[n] (often shortened to pre-med) a track an undergraduate student pursues prior to becoming a medical student.
program of study
[n] a list of courses that a student must take to fulfill the requirements for graduation
[n] a space or courtyard, usually rectangular in plan, the sides of which are entirely or mainly occupied by parts of a large building.
[n] an advisor who lives in a dormitory and provides student counseling and supervision
[n] a machine-readable papers on which students mark answers to academic multiple-choice test questions
[n] the act of a student pursuing educational opportunities in a country other than one's own
[n] a program generally sponsored by a school that teaches students during the summer vacation
[n] a research paper written by students over an academic term, accounting for a large part of a grade
[n] a written research on a specific topic prepared by a candidate for a bachelor's or master's degree
to call the roll
[v. phr] to read the names of students from a list (roll) in order to take attendance
[v] to study just before a test or an exam, trying to learn a lot of material in a short period of time
[n] a period of study that usually covers three equal terms of roughly 10-12 weeks during an academic year
tuition remission / tuition remittance
[n] the setting aside of the responsibility of a payment due for education provided
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