Guidelines for Cross Registration
PURPOSE OF CROSS-REGISTRATION
Cross-registration benefits students at Alliance member schools by expanding the number and kinds of courses available to them. Cross-registration supplements the course offerings at each member school, so that students may take courses that would not otherwise be available to them.
Cross-registration Application (pdf)
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• The student must meet the definition of "matriculated student" at the Home institution (including the cross-registered course).
• Students on formal exchange programs are considered matriculated if they meet the matriculation requirements of their Home institution.
• Be in good academic standing.
• Have approval of appropriate academic authorities at the Home institution.
• Not be a first-semester freshman.
• Meet all other requirements established by the Home institution.
• The student must follow Alliance procedures for cross-registration.
• Enrollment is on a space-available basis.
• The student must meet course prerequisites (or equivalents) set by the Host school.
• The student must gain approval from the appropriate academic authorities, if required by the Host institution.
All courses are eligible with the following exceptions:
• Non-Credit courses and non-degree program courses.
• Graduate courses.
• Any course offered outside the normal academic year – e.g., summer, inter-session.
TUITION AND FEES
• Tuition is paid to the Home institution.
• Course Fees (for laboratory and/or materials) are paid to the Host institution.
• The student must pay any fee imposed by the Host institution on all its students.
• Each student is limited to three courses per year and a total of five over the period of the student’s undergraduate studies.
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