reenroll

verb

re·​en·​roll (ˌ)rē-in-ˈrōl How to pronounce reenroll (audio)
-en-
variants or re-enroll
reenrolled or re-enrolled; reenrolling or re-enrolling

intransitive verb

: to enroll (as in a school or course of study) again
decided to reenroll for the fall term
After a week's break 60% of the students re-enroll for more advanced work.Irwin Ross
reenrollment noun
or re-enrollment
plural reenrollments or re-enrollments
a program with automatic reenrollment

Examples of reenroll in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Part of that initiative was undertaken in a public event last Friday as counselors and administrators, including Carvalho, worked the phones and hit the streets to identify students who have missed too much school, failed to reenroll or never enrolled in the first place. Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times, 16 Aug. 2022 The company will also put information about the need to reenroll at its network pharmacies and use online advertising such as on Facebook and Google. Phil Galewitz, Fortune, 7 Mar. 2023 Sophia Rosing is no longer a student at the university following the incident Sunday and will not be allowed to reenroll, university President Eli Capilouto said in a message to the UK community Wednesday. CBS News, 10 Nov. 2022 But, with nearly 14,000 school districts nationally, the whereabouts of countless students are unknown, and some may never reenroll, administrators say. Peggy Barmore, The Christian Science Monitor, 1 Oct. 2020 Coverage runs for a year, and families can reenroll at the end of that year. Jenna Carlesso, Hartford Courant, 10 Jan. 2023 Those who enrolled in the voluntary exclusion program, and were already banned from casinos and racinos, will need to reenroll to ban themselves from sports gambling. Sean McDonnell, cleveland, 28 Dec. 2022 To get kids back in class, district administrators and counselors worked the phones and hit the streets on Friday to identify students who had missed too much school, failed to reenroll or never enrolled in the first place. Andrea Chang, Los Angeles Times, 17 Aug. 2022 Students with transcript holds are usually unable to reenroll at any college. Edward Conroy, Forbes, 11 Aug. 2022

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Word History

First Known Use

1874, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of reenroll was in 1874

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“Reenroll.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/reenroll. Accessed 26 May. 2024.

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