Note: Visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships website for applicable enrollment status classification regarding requirements in receiving and maintaining aid.
The math is clear: It takes "15 to Finish."
Many Lumberjacks have the impression an enrollment status of "full time" automatically puts them on track to graduate within four years, when in fact it commonly puts students on a five-year plan for a bachelor’s degree.
In order to graduate within four years, you must take at least 15 credits per semester or 30 credits per year.
The maximum hours in which you can be registered per term applies to all parts-of-term combined:
- Fall: 19 hours
- Spring: 19 hours
- Summer: 17 hours
- Maymester: You may only take one class (maximum four hours)
|Enrollment Status||Registered Hours|
|Full time||12 or more|
|Three-quarter time||9 to 11|
|Half time||6 to 8|
|Less than half time||0 to 5|