Concurrent Enrollment at the University and Another Collegiate Institution
Concurrent enrollment occurs when a student is enrolled at two separate institutions simultaneously. Prior written approval of a student’s academic dean is required to assure that a course taken at another institution while the student is concurrently registered at the University will count toward the student’s degree. Concurrent enrollment policies of the colleges and schools are given in the Undergraduate Catalog. Information about fees for students enrolled concurrently at two institutions is given in Additional Fees.