- an undergraduate.
Origin of undergrad
Related Words for undergradundergraduate, scholar, pupil, junior, graduate, senior, novice, rookie, observer, learner, skill, docent, disciple, apprentice, sophomore, undergrad, registrant, schoolchild, grad, greenhorn
Examples from the Web for undergrad
Contemporary Examples of undergrad
McCaskill, while an undergrad at the University of Missouri, had a friend who was assaulted while on a date.Is Sex Assault a Crime in the Ivy League?
May 10, 2014
As an undergrad at Stanford, I was an English and Political Science double-major.How I Write: Doug Dorst
February 26, 2014
Cruz did his undergrad time at Princeton, and followed it up with Harvard Law, where he edited the storied Harvard Law Review.The Reinvention of Ted Cruz
March 12, 2013
This leaves only my school loans ($145,000 from law school at 6.8–7.9%, and $20,000 from undergrad at 4.25%).How to Save it and Where
February 19, 2013
Four-year private college costs have more than doubled since I was an undergrad.Did My Education Cost Too Much?
September 12, 2012
Historical Examples of undergrad
Did you ever play on the football team while you were an undergrad?Bert Wilson on the Gridiron
J. W. Duffield
We were as inseparable as the Siamese twins in our undergrad.Cleek, the Master Detective
Thomas W. Hanshew
You've taken just about every undergrad course there is in those fields.Desire No More
Algirdas Jonas Budrys
I have had a fondness for the color ever since I was one of you—an undergrad.Ann Arbor Tales
Karl Edwin Harriman
He is as keen to win in a canoe race as any undergrad in his college boat and is a genuine and true sportsman.A Journal of a Tour in the Congo Free State
short for undergraduate, 1827.