18-00 Admission of Nondegree Student as Degree Candidate
18-30 Baccalaureate Degree Candidate
- An applicant must complete a minimum of 18 baccalaureate credits with a minimum grade-point average of 2.00 as a nondegree student. All these credits must be earned at this University. Such an applicant also must meet the entrance requirements (Carnegie Units) of either the college of enrollment or of the Division of Undergraduate Studies. An applicant who has completed at least the equivalent of two years of baccalaureate degree work before applying for admission as a baccalaureate degree candidate must have the approval of either the dean of the college in which enrollment is desired or of the director of the Division of Undergraduate Studies, if the student wishes to enroll in that division.
Note: A person planning to apply for admission as a baccalaureate degree candidate should consult with the dean of the college or major concerned while taking courses as a nondegree student. A person may take courses to make up deficiencies in the entrance requirements (Carnegie Units) or in the advanced standing requirements.
- A person who has been dropped as a degree candidate from this University for poor scholarship must follow the requirements and procedures of the college to which reinstatement is sought, and for re-enrollment as specified in Section 58-00.