Freshman Class

  • (noun): The first class in college or high school.

Some articles on freshman class, class:

List Of United States Congressional Lists - Members - Freshmen
... List of freshman class members of the 109th United States Congress List of freshman class members of the 110th United States Congress List of freshman class members of the 111th ...
Ohio State University - Academics - Admissions and Tuition
... The 2009 freshman class had an acceptance rate of 52%, with 54% of students graduating in the top 10% of their high school class and 87% in the top 25 ... The 2007 freshman class had an acceptance rate of 52%, and the enrolled freshman class had the following composition students graduating in the top 10% of their high school. 27% of the freshman class scored in the top 3% of the SAT or ACT, while 72% scored in the top 15% ...
Residential Colleges Of Rice University - Duncan College
16, 2009, right in time for O-Week 2009, which saw the arrival of the first Duncan freshman class ... Baker College students lived in Duncan with the first freshman class ... by itself beginning in fall 2010 with a new freshman class, a returning sophomore class, and upperclassmen consisting of students from other colleges who accepted invitations to transfer ...

Famous quotes containing the words class and/or freshman:

    There is a struggle between the Oriental and the Occidental in every nation; some who would be forever contemplating the sun, and some who are hastening toward the sunset. The former class says to the latter, When you have reached the sunset, you will be no nearer to the sun. To which the latter replies, But we so prolong the day.
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    It is well known, that the best productions of the best human intellects, are generally regarded by those intellects as mere immature freshman exercises, wholly worthless in themselves, except as initiatives for entering the great University of God after death.
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