Definitions

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  • adj. For which too many people have enrolled.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ enrolled

Examples

  • It is overenrolled and understaffed and lacks the extra academic support promised by Rhee, teachers said. . .

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • That week in an overenrolled course an instructor had announced, There are too many students in this class.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

  • Due to $520 million in budget cuts, the system eliminated about 10 percent of classes, and the rest are overenrolled, she said.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • That will be the case at UC Santa Cruz, which is overenrolled by 100 students.

    @ Simi Valley Acorn

  • Dozens of youngsters are getting kicked out of overenrolled Northern California elementary schools two weeks after the first day of classes.

    Home

  • "We are not overenrolled, we are underfunded," he said.

    AroundTheCapitol.com

  • Because the school overenrolled 21 students last year, it wanted to be more careful this year.

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  • If the rationale is to save money, then implement targeted solutions that actually save money: consolidate two nearby schools, build a couple of portables at overenrolled schools, and trim the fat of a bloated school administration that is at least 16% larger than school districts of similar size.

    Crosscut

  • The UW also received a record number of applicants this year and is currently overenrolled by about 1,100 students.

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News

  • In others, firms have contacted students with outstanding offers to inform them that the summer class is overenrolled and encouraged them to accept offers at other firms.

    Above the Law

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