- n. Plural form of undergraduate.
“The number of out-of-state students, who currently make up 20 percent of undergraduates, is expected to roughly double to 6,500 students - or nearly 30 percent of all undergraduates - by 2020.”
“The University of Florida, which has about 35,000 undergraduates, is seeking to reduce enrollment by 4,000 students by 2012, said spokeswoman Janine Sikes.”
“I find it interesting that the only endeavor in which the ancients are generally taught to undergraduates is philosophy.”
“The average credit card debt carried by undergraduates is about $2,200, according to Nellie Mae, which provides education financing services.”
“But threatening undergraduates is wrong, especially when a research boycott would be far more effective.”
“And given my experience ..., my experience with undergraduates is that they don't read much, so if I give them two booksa long textbook and my bookprobably they're only going to be reading my book anyway.”
“Still, the underperformance of black undergraduates is an unsettling problem, one that may alter or hamper career development, especially among blacks not attending the most selective schools.”
“I'm not so naive or disingenuous as to suggest that teaching these or immediately contemporary Shelley texts to undergraduates is a simple, straight-forward matter.”
“But then teaching Alastor itself, or "Mont Blanc," or Prometheus Unbound, or "The Sensitive Plant," or "The Triumph of Life" to undergraduates is never a simple, straight-forward matter.”
“Well actually the majority ethnic group at UC Irvine at least for undergraduates is Asian/Pacific Islander although they’re usually just as discriminated against by racial preferences and setasides.”
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