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ENROLLMENT, Eng. law. The registering, or entering in the rolls of chancery, king's bench, common pleas, or exchequer, or by the clerk of the peace in the records of the quarter sessions, of any lawful act; as a recognizance, a deed of bargain and sale, and the like. Jacob, L. D.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Those reporting lower enrollments today than this time a year ago say it reflects predictions they had made earlier, couching those reports in assurances of actions already underway to stem and even reverse their respective slides.
These data come from a February 2015 report, "Enrollments in Languages Other Than English in United States Institutions of Higher Education, Fall 2013," by the Modern Language Association of America.
As early as the mid-1970s, the Boston College Alumni Magazine, in an article entitled "To the Organized Go the Students," noted that "enrollment management is a process that brings together often disparate functions having to do with recruiting, funding, tracking, retaining, and employing students as they move toward, within, and away from the institution."
* During the 2010-11 school year, 82 percent of high schools reported that students were enrolled in dual enrollment courses and 69 percent reported enrollments in advanced placement or international baccalaureate courses.
Many past studies have investigated the cyclicality of school enrollment, and most of the evidence suggests that enrollment increases during recessions.
NSW has one of the largest private school markets in the world and, although Catholic and other nongovernment providers have long been part of the educational landscape, government school enrollments have experienced a steady decline over the last 2 decades (see Graham & Jahnukainen, 2011).
The dependent variable was the number of new enrollments (Medi-Cal, Healthy Families, and Healthy Kids) per 10,000 children (age < 19) in each county quarter.
* Ability to send and receive data electronically with another enrollment platform (automated through a real-time interface between systems or by manually uploading data files), creating seamless enrollments.
If the automatic enrollment feature of a plan is "qualified" it will be treated as satisfying the annual anti-discrimination testing (ADP/ACP tests), and will be exempt from the top-heavy requirements.
Forecasting enrollments is of great interest to university administrators who wish to utilize their resources efficiently.
The ability to predict--at least to some extent--the likelihood that summer session enrollments will increase or decrease is critically important to every summer session director.