Student Catalog Rights

A student is normally governed by the degree or certificate requirements stated in the current College Catalog at the time of the student’s first term of enrollment as a matriculated student in a particular degree or certificate program. (For the purpose of this policy, enrollment is defined as registration for and completion of at least one course.) If program requirements change while a student is continuously enrolled, the student has the option to complete the new requirements. Students always have the option of following the requirements in the Catalog in effect at the time all requirements are completed.

A student who interrupts discontinues his/her enrollment for more than a period of two consecutive years, and thus loses matriculated status will be placed on inactive status and, must fulfill the requirements in the Catalog in effect in the term of re-enrollment admission. A student may not receive a degree or certificate under the requirements in any Catalog that is more than six years old.