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fresher

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a first-year student at college or university
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business schools has increased, so too has the pressure to reduce or eliminate introductory courses, including the freshman IT course.
* Keynote speaker Cathy Small, author of My Freshman Year: What a Professor Learned by Becoming a Student
Savage's list, of course, seems to have been intended to make a point about "polarizing" texts, not to recommend the book for actual freshman reading.
Adjustment outcomes of a freshman seminar: A utilization--focused approach.
Seniors begin meeting with freshman after Labor Day and meet in class every Monday.
Many of the friends I made my freshman year said with no hesitation that all they wanted to do was "get that piece of paper," and to get out of school as soon as they could.
23% of college freshman are seeking more information about spiritual/religious matters.
A library exercise has long been an important component of Radford University's freshman orientation course, University 100 (UNIV100); approximately 90% of Radford's 1800 freshmen take this course.
The overall first-year retention rate for the freshman class was 86%.
at the University of Chicago when, with the support of the Norwich administration and the notification of its Corps of Cadets, I had enrolled as a 30-year-old freshman recruit in the fall of 2000.
But he was still just a freshman. We thought the youngg guys would take about a year to develop.
All incoming freshman at the orientation were asked to fill out questionnaires.