enroll in (something)

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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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An October webinar hosted by Jim Holtzman, a wealth advisor and shareholder at Legend Financial Advisors and EmergingWealth Investment Management, explained the ins and outs of enrolling in and paying for Medicare coverage.
The NCAA will sometimes waive a one-year residency requirement for athletes who are transferring, but enrolling in a graduate program not offered at the previous school.
The system includes methods of tracking all the classes that foreign students take, supposedly to catch students who violate their visas by enrolling in classes less than half-time.
The investigation also includes falsified English proficiency scores submitted by students when enrolling in the public community college.
The preface did not elaborate any further on the needs of INS students, but presumably those enrolling in these courses have just started their careers in the insurance industry.
A good number of laid-off workers are enrolling in training programs or working toward college degrees.