Origin of enrollment
Examples from the Web for enrollment
The administration is, however, keeping expectations for enrollment numbers comparatively modest this time around.The White House Reactivates Its Army of Celebrity Obamacare Endorsers
November 17, 2014
My personal standards are indeed quite high, but that has nothing to do with my enrollment in the MOC process.Rand Paul and the Certification Racket
August 11, 2014
When I became chancellor at The University of Mississippi in 1995, enrollment was declining and I wanted to know why.Stars and Bars on Cars in Texas
July 28, 2014
Enrollment rates, the Chattanooga Times-Free Press suggests, are in trouble at Bryan.The Scopes Monkey Trial 2.0: It’s Not About the Stupid Science-Deniers
July 21, 2014
The company calls them “enrollment advisers,” many of whom are veterans themselves.‘Degree Mills’ Are Exploiting Veterans and Making Millions Off the GI Bill
June 28, 2014
The Sabbath school had an enrollment of 112 and an average attendance of 52.
The average attendance in 1902 reached nearly 83 per cent of the enrollment.History of Education
This marked the high water mark in the per cent of enrollment.
In the same year the Negro night schools had an enrollment of 472.
One of these schools had an enrollment of 96 pupils and the other 94.
Word Origin and History for enrollment
also enrolment, mid-15c., from Anglo-French enrollement, from Middle French enrollement, from Old French enroller "record in a register" (see enroll).