verb (enrols, enrolling, enrolled)
- 1 [no object] Officially register as a member of an institution or a student on a course: he enrolled in drama school [with object]: all entrants will be enrolled on new-style coursesMore example sentences
- The principal, Sean McCarthy, said adult education is an important sector, with over 13000 students now enrolled in courses.
- A total of 652 students have enrolled in college courses in agriculture, horticulture, horses and forestry.
- Last year, the college had around 20,000 students enrolled on its courses.
- 1.1 [with object] Recruit (someone) to perform a service: a campaign to enrol more foster carersMore example sentences
- The army organized youth work programmes to replace military service and to enrol young men into its ranks.
- Organizers expect that it will take approximately one year to fully enroll volunteers into the study.
- It has, in effect, enrolled the national courts as enforcers of Community law.
- 1.2 • archaic Write the name of (someone) on a list or register: our Seamen and their numbers were carefully enrolledMore example sentences
- On the last day today, the election officials had a tough time handling the last-minute crowd that turned up to get their names either enrolled or rectify mistakes in the rolls.
- 2 [with object] Law , • historical Enter (a deed or other document) among the rolls of a court of justice: the endowment of religious houses cannot be measured simply by the licences enrolled in chanceryMore example sentences
- And it was financially sensible to have deeds and other documents enrolled at a time when the customary fees for this service would go towards one's own salary.
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- If enrollees miss one payment they'll be dropped from the program.
- Sometimes potential enrollees need to complete bridging courses prior to being accepted for courses.
- I'm one of the eight late enrollees - we came in this morning.
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- It enables the enroller to interview the applicant while simultaneously entering his/her responses into the system.
- Be suspicious if, at the end of the presentation, the enroller only leaves you with general information about the association, and not specific information about the health insurance plan.
late Middle English (formerly also as inroll): from Old French enroller, from en- 'in' + rolle 'a roll' (names being originally written on a roll of parchment).