A nondegree student who has not been dropped from degree status by this University or any other college or university for unsatisfactory scholarship will be listed as a nondegree regular student and may enroll in any number of credits, not to exceed the typical credit load of a full-time student per semester if criteria 1, 2, and 3 are met. Nondegree regular students who change from degree candidates to nondegree regular or who intend to become degree candidates must also meet criterion 4.
A nondegree student who has been dropped from degree status by this University or any other college or university because of unsatisfactory scholarship will be listed as a nondegree conditional student and may enroll in a maximum of 12 credits per semester if criteria 1, 2, 3, and 4 are met.
Note: A student must be admitted, or reinstated and re-enrolled, as a degree candidate to apply the credits earned as a nondegree student toward fulfilling the requirements for a degree. The dean of the college of enrollment shall decide which credits may be used to fulfill the degree requirements.
Revised Editorially: 7/6/11
| Revised: 3/13/12