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College Week Vocab

7th Grade

What is undergraduate? Student that is at a college or university that hasn't earned bachelors or equivalent degree.
What are graduate students? A student that continues their studies after they graduate.
What is alumni? Graduate or former student from a college, university, etc.
What is admission? Being allowed to enter.
What is a Bachelors Degree? Academic degree given to a student who successfully completed undergraduate classes.
What is an associate's degree? Degree granted from a two-year college from successfully completing undergraduate courses.
What are ACT's? American College Test.
What are SAT's? Scholastic Assessment Test or Scholastic Aptitude Test.
What is a transcript? Written/ Printed version of material originally presented in another medium.
What is financial aid? Grant, scholarship, loan, etc. that is from the government to pay for college.
What is majors? Specialize in a particular subject at college or university.
What is minors? College/ university students that secondary field or study or specializing during undergraduate studies.
What are credits? Representing one hour of class per week for one term.
What are public colleges? College supported by public funds.
What are private colleges? Independent schools that are not administrated by local, state or national governments.
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