spending or requiring all of the time normally given to an activity; as, full-time students; a full-time job. Opposite of part-time.
A student registered for 12 or more credit hours as an undergraduate or 9 or more credit hours as a graduate.
A regularly scheduled tour of duty which requires the employee to be in a leave and/or duty status for 80 hours each biweekly pay period.
Classification based on the number of course credits taken by a student. Credits taken in remedial or other courses not applicable to a degree program are included (beginning Fall 2000). Full-time is defined as 12 or more credits for undergraduate, professional, or non-degree levels, and 9 credits for the graduate level.
A student that is enrolled for at least 12 credit hours during a quarter or semester.
Registration for a minimum of 12 credits per semester (Department of Education definition which is used to determine eligibility for financial aid). Grace Period The period between separation (graduation or enrollment for less than 6 credits per semester) and the commencement of repayment of loan obligations.
Full-time employment with the University is defined as a regular schedule of: 40 hours per week for 9 or more months of the year, or 30 hours per week for 12 months of the year Hire Date See Date of Hire. Independent Contractor A consultant or free-lance worker hired by a department to perform services when such services are not able to be performed by existing staff. The criteria governing an independent contractor relationship are defined by Internal Revenue Service regulations. See Independent Contractor Policy.
for the entire time appropriate to an activity; "a full-time job"
for the standard number of hours; "she works full-time"
Statistics Canada defined full-time workers in the 2001 Census as those workers who work 30 or more hours per week.
for all students, other than those undertaking a higher degree by research, the normal full-time study load is 24 credit points in one semester of study.
A student who is currently carrying 12 or more semester hours of work.
Enrollment in 12 or more credits in a major term (Fall or Spring). Students in selected Health Career programs, including clinical course work, may be considered full-time with fewer credits in some cases. Back to the top
A student who is registered for 12 or more credit hours in the fall and spring terms or 4 or more credit hours in the summer term.
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Refers to the number of points you take during any one year or semester. A normal full-time enrolment is 120 points for the first year. GPA: Grade Point Average Handbook: gives detailed information on each school/department's courses, requirements and facilities. I J K Lab: A teaching session of a practical nature.
A registration status designation. At the undergraduate level, a student registered for 12 credits or more in a session has full-time status.
Classification based on the number of course credits taken by a student. Credits taken in remedial or other courses not applicable to a degree program are included (beginning in Summer 2000). Full-time is defined as 12 or more credits for undergraduates, and varies by program for professional, non-degree levels, and graduate level students.
Typically indicates a student is enrolled in the equivalent of 12 credit hours per semester.
You are classified as a full-time undergraduate student if you are enrolled for the year in 17 or more credit points for the full year or 9 credit points for the half year, or if, as a postgraduate student, the total of your unit weights is 0.75 or more.
Student registered for 12 or more credits in a semester.
At RIT, full-time is what you are when enrolled in 12 or more credit hours. This is usually 3-5 classes.
Full-time employees are those (permanent, and fixed term contract) who normally work agreed or award hours for a full-time employee in their occupation. If agreed or award hours do not apply, employees should be regarded as full-time if they ordinarily work 35 hours or more a week.
Certain programs require a borrower to be enrolled full-time as a regular student. A "regular" student is one who is enrolled for the purpose of obtaining a degree. For undergraduate students, this is at least 12 credits, for graduate students it is at least 9 credits. Grace Period The "grace period" is the time between leaving school and the date you must begin repayment. The grace period starts when you are no longer enrolled as a student, whether or not you have graduated. You will receive a notice during the grace period that indicates the due date of your first payment. On some university loans interest accrues during the grace period (please consult your loan note). Interest on those loans is billed during the grace period.
For a study visa, full-time means attendance for at least 15 hours of organised study each week. Generally, a full-time course is one where you may be expected to attend all or part of every weekday.
A full-time undergraduate programme is normally considered as a programme in which students are required to complete units making up 60 credits during the course of an academic year and are either studying or on a placement for the entirety of the year. Full-time taught postgraduates normally complete 30 credits in each of two semesters and a further 30 credits for a dissertation.
Students taking at least 12 credit hours during the fall and spring semesters have full-time status. Full-time status is required for many scholarships, most financial assistance, some health insurance policies, and for many other aspects of student Life at UVM.
People working 30 hours or more a week.
35 hours per week
where a study program for a semester has an â€˜EFTSUâ€™ value greater than or equal to 0.375. Students with less are defined as â€˜part-timeâ€™. Full-time / Part-time is not a reflection of the time of day classes are held. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | X | Y | Z