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1) application a) a written request for admission to a college or university. b) the act of being accepted into a college or university. 2) admission a) the act of being accepted into a college or university. b) A sum of money a student can use to purchase food and 3) core course a) a series or selection of courses that all students are required to complete before they can move on to the next level in their education or earn a diploma. b) College costs NOT included in tuition. Fees may be charged to cover the cost of materials and equipment needed in certain courses. 4) college or university a) An institution of higher education that awards degrees and certificates. b) A university offers undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees. 5) fees a) College costs NOT included in tuition. Fees may be charged to cover the cost of materials and equipment needed in certain courses. b) a series or selection of courses that all students are required to complete before they can move on to the next level in their education or earn a diploma. 6) financial aid a) Money loaned to a student to pay for his/her tuition b) A meeting of a group of students for instruction 7) class/course a) A meeting of a group of students for instruction b) A building at a college or university containing several rooms for students to live in. 8) teach a) To give knowledge or a skill b) a series or selection of courses that all students are required to complete before they can move on to the next level in their education or earn a diploma. 9) instruction a) The act or practice of teaching; giving a set of tools or tasks to do something specific. b) A sum of money a student can use to purchase food and 10) dormitory a) A building at a college or university containing several rooms for students to live in. b) A building at a college or university where students can purchase food and eat 11) meal plan a) A sum of money a student can use to purchase food and beverage b) A sum of money given to a student because of merit, n 12) dining hall a) A building at a college or university where students can purchase food and eat b) A building at a college or university containing several r 13) scholarhsip a) A sum of money given to a student because of merit, need, etc. b) A sum of money a student can use to purchase food and beverage 14) Letter of Acceptance a) A letter a student receives from a university or college that states that his/her application has been approved. b) To sign up for a class you want to take at a university or a college 15) Internship a) A sum of money given to a student because of merit, need, etc. b) A period of time when a beginner gets experience in a profession or occupation. 16) Associate's Degree a) A degree that is learned when a student graduates from a Junior or Community College. b) The degree that is earned when a student graduate from a 4 year college. 17) Registration a) The degree that is earned when a student graduate from a 4 year college. b) To sign up for a class you want to take at a university or a college 18) Master's Degree a) A degree that is earned when a student graduates from a graduate school after completing at least one year of graduate study. b) The degree that is earned when a student graduate from a 4 year college 19) Doctoral Degree a) The highest academic degree that can be earned at a graduate school. b) A degree that is learned when a student graduates from a Junior or Community College. 20) Sorority a) A local or national organization of male students b) A local or national organization of female students 21) Fraternity a) A local or national organization of male students b) A local or national organization of female students 22) Tuition a) Money loaned to a student to pay for his/her tuition b) The charge or fee for instruction at a university or college. 23) Bachelor's Degree a) A degree that is learned when a student graduates from a Junior or b) The degree that is earned when a student graduate from a 4 year college.

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