Academic Year

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Academic Year

The period of time during which most classes are held at an educational institution. A student must accomplish a certain number of classes or credit hours each academic year in order to remain eligible for federal or other financial aid.
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Proof of full-time public or private school, conservatory, or university enrollment must be provided at the time of application; students must be enrolled in the academic term immediately preceding the symposium.
But 'Global Village' is an actual academic term popularized by Canadian mass communication theorist Marshall McLuhan in the sixties when studies on multiculturalism were still in their infancy.
The 2010-2011 academic term begins in around a month's time at the university for the autumn semester.
The NAO's report on the fiasco found less than half of applications (46 per cent) were fully processed by the start of the academic term last year, compared to 63 per cent in 2008.
Every year burglary rates peak in the first academic term, so while September might seem a long way off, it is important that students consider security now so they can be protected later.
The One Wales coalition document commits the Assembly Government to keeping current spending levels in place until the end of the 2009-10 academic term.
An administrative decision was made by the Board of Nursing to amend the ratio calculation based on the number of full-time faculty teaching nursing courses in a program in an academic term to the number of part-time nursing faculty teaching courses in the same program during a defined academic term.
Schools' systems may also lead them to report scholarships in the calendar year of the academic term (e.
Sixteen students (41%) then completed a second administration of the instrument, the DELES-Actual, near the end of the academic term.
Institutions were asked several questions regarding dual enrollment program curriculum and coursetaking patterns, including the typical coursetaking pattern for high school students and the maximum number of courses allowed per academic term.
For the length of an academic term they were participant-observers, playing with the children of very poor parents, conversing at the bedsides of the dying, and serving meals to the homeless.

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