College Terminology

  1. 3. an education institution or establishment
  2. 4. a female graduate or former student of a particular school, college, or university
  3. 6. the main field of study, where you direct your focus as an undergraduate student
  4. 7. spending a lot of time studying and focusing on your academics
  5. 8. an exam in the middle of an academic term
  6. 9. a teacher at a college or a university
  7. 13. the course of study you take to prepare for admission to pharmacy school
  8. 14. a form of loan in which interest is added to the balance even while a student is still enrolled in school
  9. 15. those classes prescribed or outlined by an institution for completion of a program of study leading to a degree or certificate
  10. 16. pursuing a particular/specific line of study or work
  11. 21. additional charges not included in the tuition
  12. 22. a form of financial aid that you do not have to repay ex. Bright Futures
  13. 25. a society for female students in a university or college, typically for social purposes
  14. 26. fourth-year college student
  15. 27. first-year college student
  16. 28. an official in an academic institution (consisting of a college, university, or secondary school) who handles student records
  17. 32. school official, usually assigned by your college or university, who can help choose your classes and make sure you are taking the right courses to graduate
  18. 33. a temporary job, paid or unpaid, usually in the field of your major
  19. 37. an official academic record from a specific school which lists the courses you have completed, grades and information such as when you attended
  20. 38. the official form used to request federal, state and school assistance in paying for college;Free application for federal student aide
  21. 40. a course of study or curriculum intended to prepare a student for law school
  22. 42. being dedicated or committed to a task or purpose
  23. 43. the charge or fee for instruction at a college or university
  24. 44. a college or university student's declared secondary field of study or specialization during their undergraduate studies; often used to supplement the major course of study
  25. 45. exams that are usually given during the last week of classes each semester
  26. 46. a description of a course which also lists the dates of major exam, assignments and projects
  27. 47. usually representing one hour of class per week for one term
  1. 1. a form of financial aid that you must repay
  2. 2. a graduate or former student, especially male, of a particular school, college, or university
  3. 3. a student who lives off-campus and drives to class, or commutes
  4. 5. status granted to an applicant who meets the prescribed entrance requirements of an institution
  5. 10. groups you belong to outside of class, such as sporting teams, clubs and organizations
  6. 11. the length of time that you take a college class
  7. 12. a list, plan, outline, or the like, of things to be done
  8. 17. a class that must be taken before you can take a different class
  9. 18. location that generally stock all the books and other materials required in all the courses offered at the institution as well as providing basic supplies and clothing items
  10. 19. the action of leading a group of people or an organization
  11. 20. third-year college student
  12. 23. process by which a prospective student submits the required forms and credentials to his/her chosen institution
  13. 24. a form of financial aid that you must repay
  14. 25. a person who has studies a subject for a long time and knows a lot about it
  15. 27. a local or national organization of male students, primarily for social purposes
  16. 29. the average of all of the course grades you have received, on a four-point scale
  17. 30. Post-secondary degree awarded to an individual after completion of undergraduate course work usually taking eight semesters
  18. 31. degree that traditionally involves 2 years of full-time study
  19. 34. books used in schools or colleges for the formal study of a subject
  20. 35. a form of loan in which the government pays the interest while a student remains enrolled in a qualified college or university
  21. 36. all persons who teach classes for colleges
  22. 39. second-year college student
  23. 41. a personal teacher, a teaching assistant or someone who helps a student catch up in a subject