Maximum Credit-Hour Limit
|College Advisement Centers
An undergraduate student in good standing may register for as many as 18 credit hours in any one semester (fall/winter) or 9 credit hours in any one term (spring/summer) by following the regular registration procedure. College advisement centers may authorize students who have demonstrated superior academic ability for a maximum of 21 credit hours per semester (11 per term). This authorization is given by the advisor flagging approval on a student's record.
Registering for classes through Continuing Education or registering for classes for audit constitutes a part of the total registration hours. Through a petition process, exceptions to these rules may be granted by the University Registrar through the Petitions Office.
A graduate student may take up to 22 hours/semester. For exceptions to go over 22 hours graduate students must go through the Graduate Studies Office (105 FPH, 422-4091).