Full-Time Student

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Full-Time Student

A person who takes more than 12 credit hours, or the equivalent, at a post-secondary institution in a school term. A full-time student is eligible for certain tax advantages, as is a parent, if he/she financially supports the student.

Full-Time Student

A dependent is a full-time student if the dependent is enrolled in a school for the number of hours or courses considered by the school to be full-time during some part of at least 5 calendar months during the year. School includes elementary and secondary schools, post-secondary colleges, on-the-farm training courses, and technical and trade schools. It does not include on-the-job training, correspondence schools, or internet school. Vocational high school students are considered to be full-time students.
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Full-time students who earned a 4.0 GPA are noted with an asterisk.
Data published by the OfS suggests full-time students with a mental health condition are more likely to drop out, and less likely to achieve a first or 2:1 degree in their final year.
Previously, the tool only presented graduation rates for first-time, full-time students, which are not representative of all students at many institutions.
Full-time students living on their own or with other full-time students don't have to pay council tax.
The scholarship recognizes any full-time students at Mississippi State University in their third through fifth year of design studio in the School of Architecture.
The college has partnered up with Arriva to offer a brand new travel pass, enabling its full-time students aged 16 to 18 to travel for free across Teesside.
According to the Senate Fiscal Agency, currently more that 50% of the state's community colleges don't contribute to MSPERS for part-time student employees and none of the 28 community colleges across the state contribute for full-time students.
There are 93 full-time students who attend the further education facility, but they are unaffected because they are due to finish their courses.
It's known that full-time students graduate more quickly and more often than do their part-time counterparts.
Under the proposed legislation, SEED scholarships would be available not just to full-time students, but also to part-time students and those who take time away from their studies, as long as they complete their degree within six semesters.
Of these, 124 thousand 748 are full-time students; 1 thousand 726 students take evening classes; and 83 thousand 863 are part-time students.
According to the British immigration law, full-time students are entitled to up to two-month leave of absence.