Continuous Enrollment

Continuous enrollment for undergraduate students is defined as a minimum of six (6) credits during a trimester.

Continuous enrollment for graduate students is defined as a minimum of three (3) credits during a trimester.

Continuous enrollment is required for some scholarship and tuition guarantee programs and is also needed to defer Federal Student Loans. In addition, students who do not enroll and participate in at least one (1) course for a period of one (1) year will be withdrawn from the university, must apply for re-admission, and are subject to any new policies, procedures, and degree requirements in the catalog at the time of re-admission.