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Those students who have been formally admitted to a program of study leading to the award of a Baccalaureate or Associate Degree are considered to be matriculated students. To attain matriculated status, i.e., official acceptance as a degree candidate, the student’s academic credential file must be complete and the student must complete an academic review. A non-matriculated student may not take more than 12 credits of study before matriculation is sought. Non-matriculated students are not eligible for financial aid. Students are bound by program requirements in effect at the time of matriculation.
Full-Time Students – Students who are taking 12 credits or more per semester.
Part-Time Students – Students who are taking fewer than 12 credits per semester.
Freshmen – Students who have met all admission requirements and who have completed fewer than 24 semester credits of University work.
Sophomores – Students who, at the beginning of any semester, have completed at least 24 but fewer than 54 semester credits of University work.
Juniors – Students, who at the beginning of any semester, have completed at least 54 but fewer than 84 semester credits of University work.
Seniors – Students who, at the beginning of any semester, have completed at least 84 semester credits of University work.