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Enrollment   /ɛnrˈoʊlmənt/   Listen
Enrollment

noun
(Written also enrolment)
1.
The act of enrolling.  Synonyms: enrolment, registration.
2.
The body of people (such as students) who register or enroll at the same time.  Synonym: registration.






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"Enrollment" Quotes from Famous Books



... the gospel were set forth before the hesitating mind; in the converts no severe and thorough "law-work," from the agonizing throes of which the soul was with no brief travail born to newness of life; but the free invitation, the ready and glad acceptance, the prompt enrollment on the Lord's side. Did not these things betoken a superficial piety, springing up like seed in the thin soil of rocky places? It was a question for later years to answer, and perhaps we have not the whole of the answer yet. Certainly the work ...
— A History of American Christianity • Leonard Woolsey Bacon

... line of attack on the political machines was made in connection with the ballot. In the early days elections were frequently held in the open air and the poll was taken by a show of hands or by the enrollment of the voters under names of their favorite candidates. When this ancient practice was abandoned in favor of the printed ballot, there was still no secrecy about elections. Each party prepared its own ballot, often of a distinctive ...
— History of the United States • Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard

... men and working women, at an expense just sufficient to give them an appreciation of the work of the Institution, covers a wide and long-neglected field of educational effort, is at once apparent to a thoughtful mind. Remembering that out of a total enrollment in the schools of our land of all grades, public and private, of 14,512,778 pupils, 96-1/2 per cent are reported as receiving elementary instruction only; that not more than 35 in 1,000 attend school after they are fourteen years of age; that 25 of these drop out during the next four years of their ...
— Russell H. Conwell • Agnes Rush Burr

... exhibits the school age, population, and enrollment of the States and Territories in 1881, with salaries paid to teachers, and total ...
— Twenty Years of Congress, Vol. 1 (of 2) • James Gillespie Blaine

... public-spirited citizen, when the call came to assist the movement to enfranchise the women of the State he saw the necessity of interesting men of prominence. From early in January, 1910, he worked to secure the enrollment of one hundred names of the leading citizens of Los Angeles and Pasadena. Finally he arranged a mid-day banquet on the fifth of April and about fifty responded. Organization was perfected with a charter membership of one ...
— The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume VI • Various



Words linked to "Enrollment" :   entry, entering, enroll, incoming, entrance, ingress, registration, body



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