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enroll in (something)

To register oneself or someone in something, often a class. A noun or pronoun can be used between "enroll" and "in." Has your mom enrolled you in the ballet class yet? Now that I've enrolled in classes, I'm officially a college freshman—I can't believe it! Did Dad really enroll himself in an art class at the community college?
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enroll

(someone) in something to sign someone up to be in something. They enrolled me in calculus against my wishes. I want to enroll myself in the history class offered at the latest hour.

enroll

(someone) in something to sign someone up to be in something. They enrolled me in calculus against my wishes. I want to enroll myself in the history class offered at the latest hour.
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As was the case in Grutter, however, a holistic and highly individualized admissions process would not justify enrolling students who failed to meet minimal admissions requirements.
Graduation rates for men's basketball players enrolling as freshmen in 1996 at both Oregon and OSU were not reported in the latest NCAA figures, with the explanation that federal law required the figures `be suppressed.'
A 2:1 gender split ratio in favour of female students has been recorded at the majority of the universities that OT spoke to, with Plymouth University being the only course to report an "even mix" of male and female undergraduates enrolling on their first year of optometry for the 2015-16 academic year.
Students are encouraged to enroll and complete the first two areas, English and Math, before enrolling in subsequent areas.
In this subsample, Latinas are enrolling and completing transfer path courses at similar rates.
Based on the length of die enrollment period, die number of taxpayers who will be enrolling and the possibility of penalties for noncompliance, taxpayers should plan on allowing sufficient time to enroll and test an EFT from their account.
The enrolment drive was kicked off by Coordinator CERF Tariq Hayat by enrolling 10 students into the school while the newly enrolled children were warmly welcomed by the already enrolled class fellows.
Attracting, admitting and enrolling qualified, interested, motivated, and--importantly--appropriate students who understand the realities of your campus culture and its academic and social demands will give you your best odds for retaining happy and successful students through graduation.
The Smiths can achieve a better result by enrolling David in a school that teaches ordinary education but has as its main function the treatment or alleviation of a disability.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Ahsan Iqbal Friday said a knowledge revolution could be brought in the country by enrolling maximum number of the out of school children (OOSC).
Department of Education, warns that more than 400,000 college-qualified low- and moderate-income high school graduates have already been prevented from enrolling in a four-year college due to financial strains.
The study addressed four main issues: (1) the proportion of students enrolled in developmental math and English courses; (2) the success rate for students in developmental courses; (3) the success in college-level courses of students who took developmental courses; and (4) the effect of enrolling in developmental courses on student persistence.
Students were asked about their reasons for enrolling in an online distance learning course.
He said that 3895 kids were being enrolled after conducting survey who were out of schools and added that they were focusing on tribal areas for promoting education by enrolling children in schools.
Which is easier, attracting a new student to your college, persuading her to apply, processing her admission application, convincing her to commit, and then enrolling her as a first-year student; or, helping a currently enrolled student remain in good standing through graduation?