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[ en-rohl-muhnt ]


  1. the act or process of enrolling.
  2. the state of being enrolled.
  3. the number of persons enrolled, as for a course or in a school.

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Other Words From

  • preen·rollment noun
  • reen·rollment noun
  • super·en·rollment noun

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Word History and Origins

Origin of enrollment1

First recorded in 1525–35; enroll + -ment

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Example Sentences

The new enrollment opportunity will run from next week through May 15.

PCR-based SARS-CoV-2 tests were performed at enrollment, and participants were also tested for the presence of antibodies against the virus.

In May of that year, 164 Ellington students — nearly 30 percent of the enrollment — were formally accused of living outside the city and failing to pay tuition.

The town has a population of roughly 3,500 and the school has an enrollment of roughly 300.

Critics say such demands restrict enrollment in those two networks to parents and children who can handle the pressure.

The administration is, however, keeping expectations for enrollment numbers comparatively modest this time around.

Now, with the second ACA enrollment period underway, the Obama administration is renewing its Obamacare celebrity push.

By Kristen Domonell for Life by DailyBurn Did you know that the second Obamacare open enrollment period starts November 15?

A few weeks before, the school had been warned by the state about low enrollment.

My personal standards are indeed quite high, but that has nothing to do with my enrollment in the MOC process.

Enrollment is the term used to describe the registry of a vessel engaged in coastwise or inland navigation or commerce.

License means the same as enrollment, but is applied to small vessels of twenty tons burden or less.

A few church schools were organized, but they reached a very small number of children with their enrollment.

One afternoon soon after my enrollment, I met Ally Merton coming down hill.

This gives the Baptist and Methodists 90.8 per cent of the total enrollment in these 38 institutions.


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