Examples of undergraduate in a Sentence
a group of college undergraduates
Recent Examples of undergraduate from the Web
Even under the high tuition model, $19,900 was actually about what most undergraduates ended up paying anyway — after applying hefty scholarships to the sticker price.
Zaytuna, which has 52 male and female undergraduates enrolled this fall, will move to the seminary grounds in January.
According to an article about him in The St. Louis Business Journal, while working toward his undergraduate degree in neuroscience, Badie entered t-shirt design contests to subsidize his tuition.
In May, UT-Austin released a survey that said nearly 15 percent of female undergraduates reported being raped.
As MassLive notes, of the some 5,000 undergraduates at the school, 76 percent are white, 10 percent are Hispanic, 5 percent are black, and 6 percent identify as two or more races.
Another suicide of a Penn undergraduate last year prompted the young woman’s friends to hold a public demonstration to demand further action to help troubled, stressed students.
But that potential increase would be covered by financial aid for most UC undergraduates — 58% of whom pay no tuition.
Kennedy had been plagued by back problems since he was first injured as a Harvard undergraduate, probably playing football, according to a new study that examined Kennedy's health records.
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