|Responsible Unit:||Academic Advisement|
|Responsible VP:||VP for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs|
|Adoption Date:||August 2008|
|Last Revision Date:|
|Last Review Date:|
|Shared governance: none|
This policy refers to the credit load limits allowed for non-matriculated students.
There are no definitions for this policy at this time.
Credit Loads for Non-matriculated Students at the Undergraduate Level
Semester limits: Non-matriculated students are limited to a maximum of nine credits during the regular semesters.
Overall limits: There is a larger restriction on non-matriculated students as well. The maximum number of credits you can accumulate as a non-matriculated student at The College at Brockport is 24 credits. If you want to continue taking courses at that point, you must either matriculate as a degree candidate, or sign a statement assuring the College that you have no intention of pursuing a degree. The College doesn't want to discourage students seeking self-improvement without benefit of baccalaureate, but it does want to ensure that degree-seekers have the proper advisement and other benefits that come with formal matriculation. Students should be aware that engaging in course work as a non-degree student does not imply nor guarantee admission as a matriculated student.
Links to Related Procedures and Information
There are no links for this policy at this time.
For questions regarding SummerSession and WinterSession, contact the Office of Special Sessions and Program, (585) 395-2900.
History (in descending order)
|Next Review Date||August 2011||Three year review|
|Adoption Date||August 2008||Policy Adopted|
|Draft Review Date||Draft Policy under 30-day Campus Review|