DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS are formally admitted to pursue a degree program. Degree-seeking students are classified as follows:
Freshmen—0 – 24 total earned hours
Sophomores—25 – 55 total earned hours
Juniors—56 – 89 total earned hours
Seniors—90 or more total earned hours
Initial classifications are determined by the Office of Admissions based upon the credentials and application submitted by the student. Classifications may be changed in a student’s first term by the Office of Admissions up to November 1 in the fall semester, March 1 in the spring semester, and two weeks after the summer session registration.
Classifications are determined by the Office of Admissions based upon the credentials and application submitted by the student.
DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS are officially admitted to a specific program and are classified as follows:
|Graduate Freshman||0 – 9|
|Graduate Sophomore||10 – 18|
|Graduate Senior||19 or above|
NON-DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS are admitted with official credentials but do not wish to pursue a particular degree program. Students admitted as non-degree-seeking must enroll in consecutive terms or apply for a leave of absence in order to maintain their status. Failure to follow these procedures will require an application for readmission. coursework taken while a non-degree-seeking student is subject to evaluation in terms of applicability toward a degree. There are limitations on financial aid available to non-degree-seeking students.
TRANSIENT STUDENTS are admitted for one semester. If they wish to continue their enrollment, those who enroll as transient students must apply for admission as non-degree-seeking students or as degree-seeking students by submitting official credentials. Transient students are not eligible to early register. coursework taken while a transient student is subject to evaluation in terms of applicability to a degree. There are limitations on the financial aid available to transient students.