Full and Part-Time
Undergraduate students are considered full-time if they are registered for 12 or more equated credits in a semester. Undergraduate full-time students are charged tuition on a per semester basis; undergraduate non-resident full-time students are charged tuition on a per equated credit basis.
Undergraduate students are considered part-time if they are registered for 11 equated credits or less. Part-time undergraduate students are charged the tuition rate on a per equated credit basis (1-11 equated credits).
Students applying for TAP should review the requirements for TAP eligibility on the Office of Financial Aid's website.
Non-Degree and Summer session students are billed on a per equated credit basis regardless of the number of equated credits for which they register. There are no maximum tuition limits for non-degree or summer session students. Non-degree students (as of June 1, 1992) pay a higher rate than matriculated students.