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            Words to Know

            Understand the ins and outs of higher education

            Words to Know

            Use our Words to Know resource to understand the ins and outs of higher education, specifically transfer resources.

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            2+2 Program
            A program that offers an associate degree whose credits can be directly applied toward a bachelor’s degree in the same field of study. These programs may be within the same college or between two colleges.

            21st Century Scholars
            A scholarship program offered by the State of Indiana to students who enroll during their seventh or eighth grade year of 江苏福利彩票快3 and fulfill the program requirements. This program offers up to four years of tuition assistance at an eligible Indiana college. See  for more information.

            A

            AA

            An Associate in Arts (AA) degree is a two-year postsecondary degree designed to prepare a student for transfer to a 4-year institution to pursue their bachelor’s degree.

            AAS

            An Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is designed for students seeking employment immediately upon graduation.

            AS

            An Associate in Science (AS) degree s a two-year postsecondary degree designed to prepare a student for transfer to a 4-year institution to pursue their bachelor’s degree.

            Academic Advisor

            A counselor or designated individual who has been formally trained to counsel students regarding academic choices. Your counselor’s advice will enable you to enroll in the courses that best support your academic goals.

            Academic Dismissal/Suspension

            An expelled student who is no longer accepted and may not register for credit courses at a college or university for a specified period of time.

            Academic Honors Diploma

            A high 江苏福利彩票快3 diploma awarded if you have excelled in your studies by going above and beyond the minimal requirements. It is recommended that you submit an Academic Honors Diploma (AHD) application if you plan to apply to a college or university.

            Academic Probation

            If your grade point average falls below what is required by the end of a semester, you will be placed on academic probation.

            Academic Standards

            College江苏福利彩票快3 or university standards you must maintain, such as a minimum grade point average, in order to remain in good standing with the 江苏福利彩票快3.

            Accreditation

            Accreditation is the endorsement by a third party of an institution’s quality of education. A 江苏福利彩票快3’s accreditation determines its eligibility to receive federal (Title IV) and state financial aid. Proper accreditation is also important for the acceptance and transference of credits between 江苏福利彩票快3s. For more information, see .

            American College江苏福利彩票快3 Testing (ACT)

            One of the most common entrance exams often required for admission by many colleges and universities. The ACT consists of four sections including math, science, English, and reading as well as an optional writing assessment. Typically, you would take the ACT for the first time in the spring of your high 江苏福利彩票快3 junior year and again during your senior year.

            Add/Drop Period

            A period of time before classes begin when schedule changes can be made. You may be charged a penalty for changes made after classes begin.

            Advanced Placement (AP)

            AP refers to college-level, subject-specific classes offered by some high 江苏福利彩票快3s. Enrolling in AP courses enables you to take national AP exams prior to the end of the 江苏福利彩票快3 year for college or university placement. Receiving high scores on AP exams can enable you to earn credits for specific courses without having to take the course.

            American Council on Education (ACE)

            ACE reviews military training (courses) and experiences (occupations) with the goal of awarding equivalent college credits for those experiences.

            Application Fee

            The fee charged to process your application.

            Articulation

            The process of comparing and equating courses from one institution to the courses of another institution.

            Articulation Agreement

            An agreement between two or more 江苏福利彩票快3s that allows course credit(s) from one 江苏福利彩票快3 to be transferred and accepted, so you can apply them toward a degree or certificate from another 江苏福利彩票快3. This includes formal agreements between two-year institutions and baccalaureate degree-granting institutions.

            Arts and Sciences

            A group of academic studies that may include fine arts, languages, social sciences, natural sciences, and humanities.

            Associate Degree

            A degree that typically requires two years of full-time study and course work or the part-time equivalent.

            Audit

            Auditing a course enables you to attend classes without receiving a grade or credit. You might choose to audit a course for personal enrichment, enabling you to learn without effecting your GPA or to pre-take the course to help you earn a better grade when you re-take it later for credit. In most 江苏福利彩票快3s, students taking the course for credit will be given priority seating. Fees for auditing courses may vary.

            B

            BA

            A Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree is a broad interdisciplinary undergraduate program encompassing general education, electives and major area of study courses. It offers instruction in the humanities, social sciences or liberal arts.

            Baccalaureate or Bachelor’s Degree

            A degree that typically requires four or five years of full-time study and course work or the part-time equivalent.

            BS

            A Bachelor of Science (BS) degree is designed to focus the area of study on courses that are closely related to the student’s major.

            Bursar

            The Office of the Bursar bills and collects tuition, fees, campus housing, and other university related charges.

            C

            Catalog

            A 江苏福利彩票快3’s official publication course offerings. The catalog typically contains course descriptions, major/minor and general education requirements, college policies, procedures and standards, and student rights and responsibilities. It may also be referred to as a bulletin.

            Competency-Based Education (CBE)

            The CBE approach allows students to advance based on their ability to master a skill or competency at their own pace regardless of environment. This method is tailored to meet different learning abilities and can lead to more efficient student outcomes.

            Certificate

            An academic certificate is a document that certifies that a person has received specific education or has passed a test or series of tests.

            College江苏福利彩票快3-Level Examination Program (CLEP)

            A series of undergraduate college course exams that can provide you the opportunity to demonstrate college-level knowledge and earn college credit.

            Community College江苏福利彩票快3

            College江苏福利彩票快3 that offers programs (usually two years or less for full-time students) leading to certificates or associate’s degrees. These programs can prepare you for immediate employment, or for transfer to a four-year college or university.

            Community College江苏福利彩票快3 of the Air Force (CCAF)

            A federal program offered by the United States Air Force which grants two-year Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees in association with Air University.

            Conditional Admission

            An institution may choose to admit you if you do not meet all admission requirements. To remain enrolled as a conditional admission, you’ll need to fulfill specific requirements before or during your attendance.

            Continuing Education

            Continuing Education is designed to offer you an alternative to the traditional full-time college enrollment.

            Cooperative Education (Co-op Education)

            A structured method of combining classroom-based education with practical work experience. It enables a student to combine employment in a related career field and coursework to earn credits.

            CORE 40

            One of three diploma types offered by the State of Indiana. The requirements of the CORE 40 diploma exceed those of the General diploma by requiring you to complete additional credits in various subjects. The CORE 40 is considered the minimum college-track diploma.

            Core Classes

            All courses required for a specific major, minor, or general education program.

            Co-requisite

            A course which must be taken the same semester as the course that specifies the co-requisite.

            Core Transfer Library (CTL)

            A list of courses approved by all Indiana public and six private institutions that transfer among all public colleges and universities, assuming adequate grades.

            Counselor

            A professionally trained staff member who helps you with academic, career, or personal concerns.

            Course Withdrawal

            The process you would follow to end enrollment in a specific course.

            Credential Engine

             is a 501C3 non-profit organization dedicated to the mission of promoting transparency and credential literacy in the marketplace to reveal the world of credentials and inform the public

            Credentials

            A certificate, diploma, or other type of evidence that a person has completed specific requirements determined by a provider.

            Credit

            The numerical unit earned for the completion of a specific course.

            Curriculum

            A planned sequence of courses or program of study designed for you to achieve a specific academic or occupational goal.

            D

            DANTES

            The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support helps service members and veterans pursue their educational goals during and after their service.

            Declare a Major

            You officially tell a 江苏福利彩票快3 your major or focused area of study. See Major.

            Deferred Admission

            An institution may accept you into their 江苏福利彩票快3 but then allow you to delay attending for a specified period of time.

            Degree

            After finishing a program of study at a college or university, you will receive a degree or an academic title.

            Degree Audit

            A personalized report that lists the courses and requirements for completion of a chosen major(s), minor(s), and certification(s).

            Discipline

            A field of study. See Major.

            Dismissal

            You can be dismissed or expelled for consistently poor grades or misconduct.

            Distance Education

            Learning that is available outside of the traditional classroom, such as: via satellite or television, online, by video or CD, or by correspondence. Instruction and learning occurs when the instructor and you do not physically meet.

            Drop

            Discontinuing a class during the drop/add period. A dropped course is typically not recorded on your transcript.

            DSST

            The DANTES Subject Standardized Tests that are available to anyone who is seeking college credit outside the traditional classroom, including college students, adult learners, high 江苏福利彩票快3 students and military personnel.

            Dual Credit

            Dual credit courses are courses that are taken by high 江苏福利彩票快3 students that satisfy requirements for earning both a high 江苏福利彩票快3 and postsecondary credits. Dual credit courses are taught by regular high 江苏福利彩票快3 faculty or by regular or adjunct postsecondary professors. The term “concurrent enrollment” is also used to describe dual credit.

            E

            Equivalency

            One institution’s course that may be equivalent or equal to a similar course at another institution.

            Exemption

            If you have fulfilled a course or graduation requirement by means other than traditional classroom work, you may qualify to be exempt from certain requirements.

            F

            FAFSA

            See Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

            Federal Pell Grant

            A federal financial aid grant program for postsecondary education. You can apply for a Federal Pell Grant by completing and submitting a FAFSA form.

            Federal Perkins Student Loan

            A low-interest loan available if you can prove financial need. It must be repaid with interest after you leave 江苏福利彩票快3. You can apply for a Federal Perkins Student Loan by completing and submitting a FAFSA form.

            Federal PLUS (Parent Loans or Undergraduate Students) and/or Federal Direct Plus

            Financial aid processed through a bank, other lending agency, or college or university to help pay for college. These must be repaid with interest after you leave 江苏福利彩票快3 and are not eligible for deferment.

            Federal Stafford Loan and Direct Ford Loan

            Student financial aid processed through a bank and/or a college or university. You must be enrolled at least part-time in a postsecondary degree program to receive a Stafford Loan. These must be repaid with interest after you leave 江苏福利彩票快3. This was formerly known as the Guaranteed Student Loan. You can apply for them by completing and submitting a FAFSA form.

            Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

            This federal grant is available if you have an exceptional need. You can apply for an SEOG by completing and submitting a FAFSA form.

            Federal Unsubsidized Stafford / Direct Unsubsidized Ford Loan

            This is similar to a Federal Stafford Loan, except you pay the interest during college.

            Federal Work-Study Program

            A student work program on 江苏福利彩票快3 campuses that enables you to work during the 江苏福利彩票快3 year to earn money to help cover your expenses. Federal work-study jobs are awarded to students based on financial need. You can apply for a work-study program by completing and submitting a FAFSA form.

            Final Exams

            Tests or exercises given at the end of a term that are often comprehensive; that is, they may include all material covered during the semester.

            Financial Aid

            Federal, state, college or university, and private programs which help you pay for college expenses. Financial aid can be in the form of grants, loans, or work-study programs.

            Financial Aid Counselor

            A college staff member who helps students and parents complete and submit financial aid forms and processes financial aid money.

            Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

            This is the required application for many federal, state, and institutional financial aid options. You must file your application between October 1 and April 15 of the year you plan to attend a post-secondary 江苏福利彩票快3.

            Full-Time Student

            A student who schedules a minimum number of credits or hours to be considered “full-time” by a college or university. The number of credits considered to be a full-time load can vary from 江苏福利彩票快3 to 江苏福利彩票快3.

            G

            General Education/General Studies Requirements

            Many 江苏福利彩票快3s require you to take courses that cover a variety of academic areas. For example, they may require a completing a number of courses in science, foreign language, English, and/or math.

            General Educational Development Test (GED Test)

            These are tests which measure the knowledge and skills usually learned in high 江苏福利彩票快3. Passing the GED test will give you the equivalent of a high 江苏福利彩票快3 diploma.

            Gift Aid

            Financial aid which is not repaid, such as grants and scholarships.

            Grade Point Average (GPA)

            Grade-point average is determined by dividing the total number of grade points earned by the total number of credit hours attempted.

            Grant

            Financial aid awarded by the federal and state governments based on your financial need. Grants are not repaid, so they are often described as “free money.”

            Graduate Record Examination (GRE)

            The GRE is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for most graduate 江苏福利彩票快3s.

            Guest Student

            If you are currently enrolled and in good standing at one institution but want to take courses at another college or university to fulfill your 江苏福利彩票快3 institution’s degree requirements, you are a guest student or a visiting student.

            H

            Hours

            Hours, credit hours, and credits are terms used interchangeably.

            Humanities

            The branches of learning concerned with human thought and relations, especially literature, philosophy, fine arts, and history.

            I

            Incomplete

            If you are doing satisfactory work, but are forced by illness or another emergency to miss the final exam or a major assignment, you may qualify to receive an incomplete (I) grade.

            Independent College江苏福利彩票快3

            A college which is not supported by a state. Some independent colleges have a religious affiliation or are single-sex 江苏福利彩票快3s.

            Independent College江苏福利彩票快3s of Indiana (ICI) 

            A non-profit association which represents Indiana’s 30 private, non-profit, regionally-accredited colleges and universities.

            Independent Study

            Studying a subject for credit outside the typical classroom, such as correspondence courses, video or online instruction, and student-instructor meetings. See Correspondence Course.

            Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS)

            An agency of the Department of Justice which administers and enforces immigration-related provisions and statutes within the United States.

            Interdisciplinary

            Programs or courses using knowledge from two or more academic areas of study.

            International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB)

            The IB diploma requires you to complete rigorous pre-college coursework and pass specific exams. Its curriculum involves languages, sciences, humanities, and mathematics, and is intended to be an academically challenging program for highly motivated high 江苏福利彩票快3 students. It is offered at a limited number of 江苏福利彩票快3s.

            Internship

            You can earn class credit by working pre-approved jobs on or off campus. These jobs will provide practical experience in your major.

            J

            Joint 江苏福利彩票快3 Transcript (JST)

            JST is the Joint 江苏福利彩票快3 Transcript that has replaced the Coast Guard Institute Transcript, the Army/American Council on Education Registry Transcript System (AARTS) and the Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART). JST is an academically accepted document approved by the American Council on Education (ACE) to validate a service member’s military occupational experience and training along with the corresponding ACE college credit recommendations.

            L

            Liberal Arts

            A 江苏福利彩票快3 or course of study which focuses on developing your general knowledge and reasoning ability instead of a specific discipline. Liberal Arts degrees are often considered to provide a well-rounded, general education in the arts and sciences.

            Loan

            Financial aid that must be repaid with interest after a student leaves 江苏福利彩票快3.

            Lower Division

            Normally freshman- and sophomore-level courses offered by a college or university. Community colleges offer ONLY lower division courses. Four-year institutions offer lower division courses and upper division courses, which are junior-level and senior-level courses. Traditionally, the course numbers of lower division courses are in the 100s or 200s.

            M

            Major

            An area of interest in which you can earn a degree.

            Matriculated Student

            A matriculated student has been accepted for admission to the 江苏福利彩票快3, has registered in a curriculum, and is taking courses toward a degree or certificate.

            Minor

            A secondary area of interest you can study in addition to your declared major. Minors are typically disciplines in a different department from your major and require fewer classes than a major.

            N

            National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students

            A scholarship program for African-Americans only, similar to the National Merit Scholarships. This scholarship is based on your high 江苏福利彩票快3 junior-year PSAT scores.

            National Direct Student Loan (NDSL)

            See Federal Perkins Student Loan.

            National Merit Scholarships

            These competitive scholarships are offered by corporations and institutions and are limited in number. Scholarships are awarded based on your PSAT scores and other criteria.

            Native Student

            A student who enrolled in a post-secondary institution and continued their education at the same institute without transferring.

            Need Analysis Form

            A form, completed by you and/or your family members, that is used to determine the amount of financial aid you are eligible to receive. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a need analysis form. See FAFSA.

            NMSQT

            See National Merit Scholarships, Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

            Non-Traditional Student

            A student older than the typical post-secondary student age range of 18 to 25 years old.

            Nontransferable Degree

            A degree, usually an associate’s degree, that cannot be used as credit toward another degree, such as a bachelor’s degree, at the same 江苏福利彩票快3 or different college or university. See Transferable Degree.

            O

            Official Transcript

            A transcript is a record of the courses you have taken, the grades you earned, and your graduation information, if relevant. It is maintained by the high 江苏福利彩票快3 and college registrar. It is the only document receiving institutions will accept to consider transference of course credits.

            Ombudsperson

            In education, a person who acts on behalf of students and others in the 江苏福利彩票快3 community who have complaints about the 江苏福利彩票快3 and attempts to resolve such issues.

            P

            Part-Time Student

            A student enrolled in a number of course credits or hours which are less than the number required to be full-time.

            Pass/Fail

            This gives you the option to enroll in a class in which you receive a grade of Pass or Fail in lieu of a letter grade (A, B, C, D). You can earn credits toward graduation by passing these courses, but the grades will not affect your GPA. Check with your advisor to verify that Pass/Fail grades will transfer to another college or university.

            Placement Test

            See Assessment.

            PLAN

            Often referred to as the “pre-ACT,” this is a practice test for the ACT assessment exam. The PLAN test is offered during your sophomore year of high 江苏福利彩票快3.

            Portfolio

            A file of materials you compile to showcase and explain your skills, talents, experiences, and knowledge.

            Postsecondary Education

            Education after high 江苏福利彩票快3 at a public, private, vocational, technical, proprietary, trade, or business college or university.

            Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test / National Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT)

            A high 江苏福利彩票快3 test which measures your verbal and math skills and prepares you for the SAT I exam. This test determines your eligibility for the National Merit Scholarship. See Scholastic Assessment Test.

            Prerequisite

            A beginning class that prepares you for a more difficult class.

            Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

            Prior learning is learning gained outside the college classroom in a variety of settings and through formal and non-formal means.

            Private Institution

            See Independent College江苏福利彩票快3.

            Probation

            A warning that you are not in good academic standing. Probation may be accompanied by restricting credit hour enrollment.

            Program

            A set of courses required to earn a degree in a major area of study. See Curriculum.

            Proprietary Schools

            College江苏福利彩票快3s or universities that are run as profit-making institutions. These 江苏福利彩票快3s provide practical training in specific fields.

            PSAT

            See Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

            Public College江苏福利彩票快3

            College江苏福利彩票快3 or other 江苏福利彩票快3 that receives financial support from the state for its operational costs.

            R

            Receiving Institution

            The institution to where a course’s credits will be transferred.

            Registrar

            The person in a 江苏福利彩票快3 who manages class schedules and academic records.

            Registration

            Your actual enrollment into specific courses after you have been admitted to the college or university.

            Remedial Course

            A course that teaches basic math, writing, and reading skills, etc. that are needed to succeed in college. Many students learn these skills in high 江苏福利彩票快3.

            Required Course

            A course you must complete to meet certain goals or to complete a specific curriculum.

            Residency Requirements

            1. Most 江苏福利彩票快3s require you to spend a certain amount of time on campus or to complete a minimum number of hours through their institution.
            2. The minimum amount of time you must live in the state to be eligible for in-state tuition. For public institutions, in-state tuition is lower than the fee out-of-state students pay.

            Rolling Admission

            Schools with a rolling admission practice accept applications throughout the year. They may or may not admit you as soon as they receive the required application materials.

            S

            SAT I

            See Scholastic Assessment Test.

            SAT II: Subject Tests

            See Subject Area Test.

            Scholarship

            Scholarships are awarded for academic, artistic, athletic, and other achievements and do not have to be repaid.

            ScholarTrack

             is the one-stop-shop for Hoosiers’ state financial aid needs, including the 21st Century Scholarship and other need- and merit-based aid. ScholarTrack guides users through the process of applying for and maintaining state financial aid.

            Scholastic Assessment Test I (SAT I)

            The SAT I is a standardized admission test published by the College江苏福利彩票快3 Entrance Examination Board (CEEB). See Standardized Admission Tests.

            Self-Paced Courses

            Self-study courses permit you to set flexible schedules. If you are self-motivated, a strong reader, have good problem-solving skills, and can manage time well and set your own deadlines, self-paced courses could be right for you.

            Sending Institution

            The institution where a course had been taken and from where its credits will be transferred.

            Service Learning

            Combines community service with classroom instruction, focusing on critical thinking, value clarification, and social responsibility. Service Learning provides you with relevant experience and a meaningful contribution to the community.

            Servicemember’s Opportunity College江苏福利彩票快3 (SOC)

            The SOC is a consortium of 江苏福利彩票快3s who work together to make it easier you, as a service person, and your family to obtain postsecondary education despite frequent moves by facilitating credit transfers, reducing residency requirements, etc.

            Standardized Admissions Tests (SAT I, ACT, etc.)

            These tests are designed to measure your verbal and mathematical knowledge and skills. They are used as performance predictors for postsecondary 江苏福利彩票快3ing and may be considered along with other factors when you apply for admission.

            Statewide Transfer General Education Core (STGEC) 

            The STGEC consists of 30 semester hours of credit, the completion of which at one public institution means it can transfer as a block and count as satisfying the Statewide Transfer General Education Core equivalent at the receiving institution.

            Student-Designed Major

            At some 江苏福利彩票快3s, with the approval of 江苏福利彩票快3 administrators, you can create and tailor a major to meet your specific goals.

            Study Abroad

            Study-abroad programs offer you the opportunity to study for some in another country江苏福利彩票快3 while making regular progress toward your diploma or degree.

            Subject Area Tests

            Standardized tests given by the American College江苏福利彩票快3 Testing (ACT) Program or College江苏福利彩票快3 Board in specific high 江苏福利彩票快3 subjects, such as biology, a foreign language, etc. Institutions may consider your scores on these tests when deciding course placement or admission to a specific program.

            Support 江苏福利彩票快3

            江苏福利彩票快3 provided by most colleges to help you in specific areas, such as academics, veterans affairs, adult learning, and special needs.

            Suspension

            If your academic performance is poor, you will not be allowed to enroll in classes for a specified number of semesters, usually one academic year.

            Syllabus

            An outline of course content and/or statement of policies for a given course section. Typically issued in the first week of classes, the syllabus often contains required reading, grading scales, attendance policies, and/or descriptions of major assignments. The syllabus will introduce you to the structure and expectations of the course.

            T

            Total Withdrawal

            When you withdraw from all of your courses. Most 江苏福利彩票快3s have deadlines by when a total withdrawal must be processed.

            Transcript

            A transcript is an official record of the courses you have taken, the grades you earned, and your graduation information, if relevant. It is maintained by the high 江苏福利彩票快3 or college registrar and is the only document receiving institutions will accept to consider transference of course credits.

            Transfer Credit

            The acknowledgment and acceptance by a college or university of credits you earned at a different institution.

            Transfer Program

            A program that prepares you to complete your degree at another 江苏福利彩票快3. Often two-year colleges have transfer programs to prepare you for four-year colleges. These programs typically award associate’s degrees.

            Transfer Single Articulation Pathway (TSAP)

            TSAP degree programs were established to help you achieve a bachelor’s degree in the most time- and cost-efficient manner. These pathways enable you to apply an associate degree earned at Ivy Tech Community College江苏福利彩票快3 or Vincennes University towards a corresponding bachelor’s degree program at a four-year public university.

            Transfer Student

            A student who begins their postsecondary education at one 江苏福利彩票快3, but then moves to another 江苏福利彩票快3. Grades and credits from the first 江苏福利彩票快3 may or may not be accepted by the second 江苏福利彩票快3.

            Transferable Degree

            A degree, usually an associate’s degree, that can be used as credit toward another degree, such as a bachelor’s degree, at the same 江苏福利彩票快3 or different college or university. See Nontransferable Degree and/or Transfer Program.

            U

            Upperclassperson

            A student who is a junior or senior but has not yet received his or her undergraduate degree.

            Upper Division

            Normally junior- and senior-level courses offered by a four-year institution. Traditionally, the course numbers of upper division courses are in the 300s or 400s.

            W

            Waiver

            An exemption from normal policies, procedures, or requirements.

            Withdrawal

            Officially dropping any or all courses during a 江苏福利彩票快3 term.

            Work-Study

            See Federal Work-Study Program.