The maximum load per semester of an undergraduate student is eighteen (18) hours (fall & spring semesters) and fourteen (14) hours (summer semester) unless approval is received from the student’s college dean. In the fall or spring semester, twelve (12) hours is the minimum load for a student to be considered as full-time.

Full-time Undergraduate Student Definition – Summer Term

Sessions “A” & “B” (6 weeks)
For Academic purposes – six (6) hours or more each session
For Financial Aid purposes – must be enrolled for twelve (12) hours (undergraduate) in any combination of sessions “A,” “B” and “C”

Session “C” (10 weeks)
For Academic purposes – nine (9) hours or more
For Financial Aid purposes – must be enrolled for twelve (12) hours (undergraduate) in any combination of sessions “A,” “B” and “C”

Students receiving Veterans’ Administration benefits should confirm their Summer Term enrollment with the Office of Veteran Services.

Undergraduates may not enroll in 6000-level courses or higher without approval of the college dean in which the course is offered.