Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties
Division (II) Communication of Ideas
Section II. Modes of Communication

541. Learner.

   NOUN:LEARNER, scholar, student, alumnus (fem. alumna, pl. alumni), élève [F.], pupil, schoolboy, schoolgirl; questionist, questioner, inquirer; monitor, prefect; beginner, tyro, abecedarian, alphabetarian.
  UNDERGRADUATE, undergrad. [colloq.], freshman, fresh or freshie [slang], plebe [West Point cant], sophomore, soph [colloq.], junior, senior; commoner; pensioner, sizar [both Cambridge Univ., Eng.]; exhibitioner, scholar [winner of a scholarship], fellow commoner [Eng. Univ.], demy [Magdalene Coll., Oxford]; junior, sophister or soph, senior sophister or soph, sophister, questionist [all Eng. Univ.].
  graduate student, post-graduate student.
  CLASS, form, grade, room; promotion, graduation, remove; pupilage (learning) [See Learning].
  DISCIPLE, chela [India], follower, apostle, proselyte.
  fellow student, condiscipulus [L.], condisciple, classmate, schoolmate, schoolfellow, fellow pupil.
  NOVICE, recruit, tenderfoot [slang or colloq.], neophyte, inceptor, débutant [F.], catechumen, probationer; apprentice, prentice [obs. or colloq.], articled clerk.
   ADJECTIVE:in statu pupillari [L.], in leading strings, pupillary, monitorial; abecedarian, rudimentary; probationary, probatory, probational; sophomoric or sophomoral [U. S.].
   QUOTATION:Schoolboy, with his satchel And shining morning face, creeping like snail Unwillingly to school.—As You Like It