D-1: ENTRANCE TO COLLEGE AND LOWER DIVISION CAMPUS
College Pre-major Designation and Initial Campus Assignment
- First-semester baccalaureate and associate degree candidates admitted to the University will be assigned to a campus only if that campus can provide at least two semesters of normal academic progress toward the baccalaureate or associate degree program selected by the student.
- Regardless of campus, first-semester baccalaureate degree candidates are normally admitted into a college or the Division of Undergraduate Studies (DUS), assigned a college pre-major designation code, and enroll in course work consistent with normal academic progress for the academic majors in that college.
- A student is expected to remain at his/her campus of admission until he/she achieves fifth semester standing. At this point, a baccalaureate degree candidate may have to change to a University campus that is authorized to deliver his/her major.
- The dean for each college is responsible for establishing advising procedures to accomplish each of the following objectives:
- Inform each baccalaureate degree candidate in the college of the policies and procedures governing relocation to another campus.
- Identify the course requirements to maintain normal academic progress for the student’s intended major.
- Identify the probable semester of relocation for a student based on intended major.
- Assure that relocation does occur consistent with the current course requirements of a student’s major or intended major, the student’s actual course experience, and the planned course offerings of the campus over the next several semesters.
- Continuing students may enroll at any campus during the summer session. However, this will not change their regularly assigned campus for the fall semester.
- First-year students who have a summer offer of admission must enroll for a minimum of six credits at the campus to which they have been admitted.
Approved: ACUE (1-8-98)
Approved: ACUE (10-6-05)
Approved: ACUE (6-7-07)
Revised: ACUE (1-7-10)
Revised: ACUE (5-6-10)
Revised: Editorial (4-22-11)
Approved: ACUE (11-5-15); Effective Fall 2016
Revised: ACUE (3-1-17)