As a University student, you make the most of two essential resources--time and money--by planning your registration carefully each semester. The number of credits you take impacts your student status, financial aid eligibility, your cost per credit, your ability to graduate in four years, and many other aspects of your academic life. The topics below will help you make well-informed decisions each semester.
If you are a degree-seeking undergraduate student, you are subject to a flat-rate tuition charge based on 13 credits.
Official data on certification of half-time and full-time status for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students
Credits requirements vary and may change the amount you are eligible to receive from scholarships, grants, work-study, and loans
Maximum credit loads for undergraduate and graduate students
Be familiar with GPA and timeline standards to ensure qualifying until you complete your degree.