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Superglossary - College
Category: Education > College
Date & country: 27/12/2013, US
Words: 203


Grant
A monetary award given to a student to help pay college expenses. Grants are usually not repaid by t

Half Course
A course spanning over one semester as opposed to a Full Course (course taken over two semesters).

Hold
A hold is placed on a student's academic record when an outstanding obligation, monetary or material

Honors
The Greenville Tech Honors Program is designed to enhance the Greenville Tech experience for bright,

Honors Program
An extension of a bachelor's degree, including more prerequisite classes, more challenging coursewor

Humanities
Human related programs usually offered within a Faculty of Arts (e.g., history, languages and litera

Humanities Courses
Humanities courses are classes that cover subjects such as literature, philosophy, language, and the

Hybrid classes
A hybrid course is one that combines online learning (accessible from the Web) and face-to-face inst

Incomplete
An instructor may assign an incomplete (a grade of 'I') to a student. It will be assigned only when

Independent Study
A course of study designed by a student and a sponsoring faculty member or teacher. The student work

Intelligence Quotient (IQ)
A test that calculates a person's purported mental capacity. IQ tests have become increasingly contr

Interdisciplinary (Curriculum)
Study of all aspects of a particular field (e.g., chemistry, engineering) rather than complete speci

International Baccalaureate (IB)
An international standardization of high school academics. A number of countries participate in the

International Student
An applicant who is requesting a student visa (F-1) or transferring from another college under a stu

Internship
A concentrated period of degree-related, industrial or business placement, for which the participant

Job Placement Programs
These programs help student's find jobs in their field of academic study or vocational study.

Joint Degree
Pursuit of two degrees (e.g., business and law) at the same time; students achieving joint degrees f

Jump Start-College in High School
Jump Start classes are college classes you can take while you're still in high school. Getting a jum

Junior-Community College
A Junior/Community College is a two-year institution of higher education. Course offerings generally

Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)
Test taken as an admission requirement for a Law degree program.

Learning Disabilities
encompasses a wide variety of learning difficulties for students. In general, a learning disability

Learning Style
The channels through which a person best understands and retains knowledge. All individuals learn be

Lecture
Large introductory classes that are primarily one-way methods of communication of prepared materials

Liberal Arts
Non-technical work conducted in the humanities and social and natural sciences.

Loan
Loans are borrowed money that must be repaid.

Loan Counseling
Counseling session provides information about how to manage your student loans, both during and afte

Lottery
Lottery Tuition Assistance (LTA) is available for eligible full-time students (12 or more credit hou

Major
The primary academic focus or subject(s) pursued within a degree program; often combined with genera

Major-Minor
A major is a student's chosen field of study. It usually requires the successful completion of a spe

Master Promissory Note
The legal, binding document that must be signed by the student borrower prior to loan funds being di

Masters Degree
A degree granted upon completion of a second level college or university degree program (after a bac

Matriculation
Qualifying by examination or otherwise for admission to a college or university.

Midterm Exams (Midterms)
During the middle of each semester, instructors may give mid-term exams that test students on the ma

Minor
A secondary academic focus pursued as a supplement or accent to a major program.

New Student
A student who has never been a student at Greenville Technical College before.

Non-Credit Courses
These are classes or courses that do not meet the requirements for a certificate or a degree at a gi

Official Transcript
According to the guidelines set by the American Association of College Registrars and Admissions Off

Online Classes
Online classes meet via computer, through an online learning management system, like WebCT. Online s

Orientation
Online Orientation is a valuable resource that provides a variety of information that will help you

Oversubscribed
A term used to describe programs or classes for which more qualified applications are submitted than

Part-Time Student
Defined as a student taking between 59 and 20 per cent of a full course load. A student with a perma

Pell Grant
This is a need-based grant that students do not have to pay back.

Placement Test
A test used to determine a student's level in a particular skill area.

Placement Testing
Placement tests ensure that you get started in the right classes for your academic background and yo

Postsecondary
Relating to the education of individuals after completion of secondary school requirements.

Practicum
A concentrated period of program related, practical work experience.

Prerequisite
Course required as preparation for entry into a more advanced academic course or program.

Prerequisite Courses
This is a condition or requirement that must be met before enrolling in a course. To satisfy a prere

Presidents List
A category of students in a college or university who achieve high grades during their stay in an ac

Priority Dates
Priority Dates are the dates by which you need to have your file completed in order to get financial

Private Institution
An institution that relies primarily on non-governmental sources of financial support.

Private-Public Institutions
Private and public institutions differ primarily in terms of their source of financial support. Publ

Public Institution
An institution that receives the majority of funding through the government.

Purge
The 'purge' is the date that registered students with any balance due will be deleted from all class

Qualifying Exam
An examination sometimes administered to students working towards their doctoral degree after comple

Quarter
Period of study that is one-quarter of the academic year.

RAP Appeal
Students who fail to meet the minimum GPA requirements have the option of submitting an appeal.

Re-admit Student
A student who has attended Greenville Tech in the past, but has not been enrolled for the past three

Reasonable Academic Progress (RAP)
the South Carolina Lottery Tuition Assistance has its own academic progress standards called Reasona

Refunds
Greenville Technical College will refund a portion of tuition paid by students who withdraw from cou

Register-Enroll
This is the procedure by which students choose classes each semester. It also includes the assessmen

Registrar
The registrar of an institution is responsible for the maintenance of all academic records and may i

Registrar
The person responsible for records of enrollment and academic achievement at an institution.

Registration
Method through which students select courses to be taken during a quarter, semester or trimester.

Residence
Accommodation located on campus where students usually live in shared or private rooms.

Rolling Admissions
A policy with no set deadline for application submission.

SAP Appeal
Students who fail to meet the standards of satisfactory academic progress as defined in the college

Schedule of Classes
Colleges prepare a Class Schedule for each semester during the previous semester. With the help of a

Scholarship
Gifts of money to students for the purpose of helping them finance their education. Although scholar

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
A standardized test that assesses a student's math and English abilities. Many colleges and universi

Semester
A period of time, usually about fifteen weeks, during which a post-secondary school is in session. I

Seminar
A small group meeting or class based on the exchange of information and discussions on a specialized

Sororities
A women's student organization formed for social and/or philanthropic purposes found on many univers

Special Education
Special instruction for students with educational or physical disabilities; tailored to each student

Stafford Loan
Loans that are subsidized by the federal government that students do not have to begin paying back u

Student Aid
Student financial assistance.

Student Aid Report (SAR)
A Student Aid Report (SAR) is a document received after the FAFSA is processed. The SAR will list al

Student Aid Report (SAR)
A report produced by the U.S. Department of Education and sent to students who have applied for fina

Student Identification Card (ID)
A student I.D. is usually required in college. It is similar to a driver's license and generally inc

Student Loan
Money that student's borrow from a bank, lending institution on behalf of the government. The govern

Suspension
A temporary separation of the college and student under specified conditions.

Syllabus
A detailed program or outline of a course of study prepared by the instructor. A syllabus will often

Teleclasses
Through cameras and microphones set up in a teleclassroom, teleclasses allow a student on any of Gre

Thesis
A dissertation embodying results of original research and substantiating a specific view. Usually su

Transcript
The transcript is a permanent academic record. It may show courses taken, grades received, academic

Transfer Agreements
Greenville Tech has transfer agreements with area colleges and universities to help you transfer. If

Transfer Degree (AA-AS)
Transfer degrees are designed for students who want to complete their first two years of college wor

Transfer of Credits
Some students attend more than one institution during their college career. When they move or transf

Transferable Courses
If a course is marked in the course listing with an asterisk (*), the course appears on the Commissi

Transient Visiting Student
Any student who is enrolled at a college other than Greenville Tech who would like to take classes a

Tuition
Tuition is the amount paid for each credit hour of enrollment. Tuition does not include the cost of

Tuition Fees
Money paid toward the cost of courses to be taken during a school year.

Tuition Payment Plan
A method of payment offered by colleges, banks, insurance companies and financial management organiz

Tutorial
A discussion group involving a small number of students, divided between a large lecture class. The

Tutors
A tutor is a person, generally another student, who has completed and/or demonstrated proficiency in

Undergraduate
A student at a four-year college or university who has not yet completed a Bachelor's degree.

University Transfer
The Associate in Arts and the Associate in Science degrees at Greenville Tech enable students to com

Verification
Verification is a process required by federal regulations, used to validate the accuracy of informat

WebAdvisor
Area of Campus Cruiser that allows students to register, check grades and see unofficial transcripts

WebCT
WebCT is a Web-based set of Course Tools designed to deliver online learning.