Applicability of Course Policies
Unless otherwise indicated, all policies apply to all courses regardless of mode of delivery, location in which the course is taken, or when during the academic year the course is taken.
Failure to submit complete records of all previous academic experience will result in the student being denied admission, or in the case of nondisclosure or misrepresentation, the rescinding of a previously granted offer of admission which may result in dismissal from the institution.
Georgian Court University’s academic year begins on August 1 and extends through July 31. Any class beginning during a particular academic year is considered to be part of that academic year, regardless of when the class ends.
The department chair, discipline advisor, and dean of each school are available to consult with the students in matters pertaining to their program, course of study, and standards of scholarship. The advising fellows and Student Success Center are available to consult on any other academic matter.
Advisement and orientation sessions are provided for freshmen and transfer students.
The Office of the Registrar is available to provide general student academic information. Information is also available on the Office of the Registrar’s web page at http://www.georgian.edu.
The maximum course load for full-time students is 18 credit hours a semester. Permission to carry a heavier course load will be granted only after consultation between the student and major advisor, with the approval of the school dean and, for more than 21 credits, the associate provost for academic program development. Students will be required to pay for excess credits on a per-credit basis.
The maximum course load for part-time students is 11 credit hours per semester.
For admission to senior status, students shall have completed a minimum of 90 total credits; for junior status, 60 total credits; and for sophomore status, 30 total credits.
Georgian Court University reserves the right to place a “hold” on enrollment activities or aspects of the student record or options due to an outstanding obligation to the university or noncompliance with Georgian Court University policies. Enrollment activities and student records that may be adversely affected include, but are not limited to, registration, credit-level enrollment restrictions, course final grade reports, and official and unofficial transcripts. Outstanding obligations or noncompliance include, but are not limited to, unpaid monies, unreturned or damaged books and equipment, parking fines, incomplete health record, academic probation standing, and/or nonfulfillment of matriculation requirements.