Definition of undergraduate
: a student at a college or university who has not received a first and especially a bachelor's degree
Examples of undergraduate in a Sentence
a group of college undergraduates
Recent Examples of undergraduate from the Web
On average, undergraduates took out $4,060 in unsubsidized federal Stafford loans in 2015-16, according to Mark Kantrowitz, publisher and vice president of strategy for Cappex.com.
Black undergraduates held a separate event that night amid the polished pews and Greek columns of Memorial Church, Harvard’s spiritual center and the backdrop for Mr. Zuckerberg’s address.
Nine of the top 10 physics departments in the country -- at black or white schools -- producing the most African American undergraduates in physics are at HBCUs, according to the American Institute of Physics.
The students, all Jacobs School of Engineering undergraduates, faced finals immediately following their defeat.
Birmingham-Southern College has announced a partnership with Cumberland School of Law that would allow students to start law school as undergraduates and complete a law degree a year earlier.
Nine of the top 10 physics departments in the country — at black or white schools — producing the most African American undergraduates in physics are at HBCUs, according to the American Institute of Physics.
He was elected a Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge University, just four years after entering as an undergraduate.
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UNDERGRADUATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of undergraduate for English Language Learners
: a student at a college or university who has not yet earned a degree
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