Students are considered full-time if they are registered for twelve or more credit hours in a semester or six or more credits in the summer sessions.
Eligible dependent child student who meets the health insurance company's definition of full-time. The criteria usually include minimum credit hours and a maximum age.
A college student who generally takes a minimum of either 12 units per quarter or 12 units per semester.
A graduate student enrolled for 9 or more semester credit hours in a term, or an undergraduate student enrolled for 12 or more semester credit hours in a term.
If you enroll as an undergraduate for 12 credits or more each semester, you are considered a full-time student. If you enroll as a graduate student for 9 credits or more each semester, you are considered a full-time student.
any student enrolled in 12 or more credits.
To be considered a full-time student, you must be enrolled in at least 12 semester credits or equated credits toward your degree. (See Section RE: PELL for additional information concerning enrollment status that are specific to these type programs.)
A full-time student takes a full credit-hour load in a given term. A full credit-hour load for undergraduates is 12 or 15 credits depending on the context. A full credit-hour load for graduate students is 9 or 10 credits depending on the context.
a student who is registered in 9 or more credit hours of study (3 or more classes) in a given semester (for undergraduate students).
a participating Dependent child who is enrolled in and regularly attending an accredited college, university, or vocational or technical school. For the purpose of this definition Full-time - a minimum of twelve semester or quarter hours, unless the school's definition of Full-time attendance is less. For vocational and technical schools, the definition of full-time attendance must be provided by the school itself. Full-time student status will end the actual day of graduation or the actual day a student does not return to a Full-time student status, as determined by the curriculum of the college or University.
Students enrolled in 12 or more student semester credit hours in the Fall or Spring Semester, or six hours in the Summer Sessions, are considered full-time students. Generally, 15 semester credit hours is considered the average load for many full-time students. Written permission must be obtained from the Vice President for Instruction to enroll in more than 19 semester credit hours during any regular semester.
A student classified as full-time according to the policy of the accredited high school, vocational or technical school, or college or university in which the student is enrolled.
A student in a degree program who is registered in 9 or more credit hours each session.
For Utah System of Higher Education records, a full-time student is one taking a 15 undergraduate credit hour load. For most scholarship and financial aid programs, including federal loans, a student is considered to be full-time with a load of 12 credits.
A student enrolled and active in 12 or more units, during the Fall or Spring Semester.
One who is enrolled in an institution and taking a full load of courses. The number of courses and hours is specified by the institution.
a student taking 18 credit units or more in Regular Session (September to April), or 9 credit units or more in either term of Regular Session.
a person enrolled for twelve or more semester hours of credit in the fall or spring semesters
a person of any age who has indicated that he or she is a schoolchild or student in full-time education
a person of any age who has indicated that they are a schoolchild or student in full-time education
a person who during some part of each of five calendar months during the year attended a school that had a regular teaching staff, a course of study, and a regularly enrolled body of students in attendance
a person who is enrolled for the number of hours or courses the school considers to be full-time attendance
a person who is enrolled in and attended a school for the number of hours or classes that the school considers full time
a student who has been approved by NSAC and FGS as working full-time on a graduate degree
student with a course load of 12 or more credit hours per semester. The Functional Vocational Evaluation(FVE) is an important strategy used during secondary transition planning. It is used to guide the development of a student's program to successfully move from public school to a post–high school setting. FVE may use formal or commercial assessment, interviews, observation, and surveys. More important than the type of assessment is that the process systematically collects and organizes information about the student interests, skills, strengths, temperaments and areas of need. It should begin early and be quite broad during the middle school years, but becomes increasingly more specific as the student moves closer to graduation. (adapted from "A Guide to Functional Vocational Evaluation" published by the Center For Change in Transtion at Seattle University.
for academic purposes is an undergraduate student who is registered in at least 24 units in the Fall/Winter session, including Extra Courses. Full-time status for students in the Faculty of Science Co-op programs is granted to those students registered in at least 12 units in Term 1 or Term 2 of the Fall/Winter session.
An enrolled student who is carrying a fall-time academic workload (other than by correspondence) as determined by the institution under a standard applicable to all students enrolled in a particular program. The student's workload may include any combination of courses, work, research, or special studies that the institution considers sufficient to classify the student as a full-time student. However, for an undergraduate student, an institution's standard must equal or exceed one of the following minimum requirements: 12 semester hours or 12 quarter hours per academic term in an educational program using a semester, trimester, or quarter system; 24 semester hours or 36 quarter hours per academic year in an educational program using credit hours but not using a semester, trimester, or quarter system (or the prorated equivalent for a program of less than one academic year); 24 clock hours per week for an educational program using clock hours.
A student who is enrolled for five or more Center and/or Online Program semester credits per term.
during the Fall, Spring, and Summer terms, a full-time student is enrolled in 12 or more credit hours. During Summer Term A or B, a full-time student is enrolled in 6 or more credit hours.
One who is enroled in a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester and who is charged full tuition fees.
For taxation or Alberta Student Finance purposes, for example, a full-time student is actively registered in a minimum of two credits per month. Students must complete nine credits over four months to be considered full-time.
Students must take a minimum of three full courses during the Fall and Spring Terms and one during Short Term. Non-credit courses are counted in your load. The average course load is four credits.
You are considered a full-time student if you are enrolled in at least 12 credit hours during the fall and spring semesters.
Normally a full-time student enrols in units amounting to four credit points in each of two semesters in an academic year; however, enrolment in three or more credit points in a semester is deemed to be full-time study and meets the requirements of Austudy.
a student who takes at least 60 per cent of a full course load.
A student enrolled for 12 or more credit hours per semester.
Generally classified as an undergraduate student taking 12 hours or more in the fall or spring, 9 hours or more in the summer; or a graduate student taking 9 hours or more in the fall or spring, 6 hours or more in the summer.
A student who has enrolled with a minimum of 12 (twelve)- credit hours or more in a regular semester.
a student who has enrolled for 18 or more units in an academic year or 9 or more units in a semester.
A student who is enrolled a specific amount of hours, even if the hours are reduced during the term. Coverage is available for the entire academic term when a student registers as a full-time student. There is usually an age limit attached to full-time student status.
Students enrolled in a specific number of course hours, usually at least 12 hours in a semester. Full-time students are eligible for more financial aid than part-time students.
An undergraduate student registered for 12 or more semester credits, or any graduate student registered for nine or more semester credits is considered a full-time student.
an undergraduate student enrolled in 12 or more hours in a semester or six or more hours in a summer term. Graduate students should see the Graduate College section of this catalog.
Enrollment for 12 or more credit hours in Term I or II, six or more semester hours in Term IIIA or IIIB and other A or B terms.
A student who is enrolled in college for twelve credit hours or more. Each credit hour correlates to the number of hours the student spends in class, e.g., 3 credit hours=3 clock hours per week in class.
A student who is enrolled for 12 or more credit ours during the fall or spring semester.
A student enrolled in 12 or more units in one semester.
An undergraduate student registered for 12 or more semester hours.
You are a full-time student if you are enrolled at UTS in subjects that add up to 18 or more credit points per semester. You may be eligible for AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY. Grade An alphabetical score used to measure your performance in coursework (eg. A, B, C, F, etc). A mark is the same as a grade, only numeric. Some faculties only offer grades, and some offer both grades and marks.
Those students in a degree program who are registered in three or more half courses each session.
An undergraduate or professional student who is registered for 12 or more credits per quarter. The criteria for graduate students is registration for 10 or more credits per quarter. NOTE: The number of credit hours required to be considered a full-time student for admission and other enrollment status requirements is NOT the same as that utilized to determine full-time equivalency (See Student FTE-FTES).
People aged 15 to 24 years who are enrolled full time at an educational institution.
A student enrolled for the equivalent of 9 or more credits per semester.
An undergraduate student enrolled for 12 or more semester credits or a graduate student enrolled for 9 or more semester credits.
A student enrolled in an institution of higher education (other than a student enrolled in a program of study by correspondence) who is carrying a full academic workload as determined by the school under standards applicable to all students enrolled in that student's particular program. The student's workload may include any combination of courses, work, research, or special studies, whether or not for credit, that the school considers sufficient to classify the student as a full-time student.
An individual who is enrolled in a school for the number of hours or courses considered by the school to be full-time. School includes elementary and secondary schools, post-secondary colleges, on-the-farm training courses, and technical and trade schools. It does not include on-the-job training, correspondence schools, or night school. However, a student will not be disqualified by night classes that are part of a full-time course of study.
A student taking twelve or more class units in a regular semester.
An unmarried individual who has not attained the age of 24, primarily dependent on the primary insured for support, and who is enrolled full-time at an accredited institution including, but not limited to: two or four year college or university, vocational trade school, technical trade school, vocational-technical trade school or institute, or secondary school.
You are a full-time student if you are enrolled in courses which total 12 credits or more. See also: Part-time student
A full-time undergraduate student is enrolled in 12-20 credits per quarter in any combination of programs, courses, contracts, or internships. (Full-time students are not limited to those students enrolled in the full-time curriculum.) A full-time graduate student is enrolled in 10-16 credits per quarter.
taking 12 credit hours during fall and spring semester and eight credit hours during summer semester.
Enrollment for 12 or more semester hours in Sessions 1, 2, and 5; six or more semester hours in Session 3 or 4.
A student who is taking at least the minimum hours/classes required by his or her institution of higher learning to be considered full time.
For tuition-paying purposes, a student is considered full-time when registered for 10 or more credits. For students receiving assistance in the form of financial aid or other agency or insurance benefits, full-time is 12 credits or more.
For undergraduate students, this is usually a minimum of 12 semester hours of enrollment in a degree-granting program.
A student who is enrolled in a minimum of 12 units for the semester.
A student enrolled in 12 or more billable hours/credits in a given term.
To be classified as a full-time student by the University of Washington Tacoma an undergraduate student must register for and complete at least 12 credits per quarter. A graduate student must register for and complete at least 10 credits per quarter. Financial aid and tuition rates do not necessarily correspond to the above credit requirements.
A student who is enrolled in and attending a recognized course of study or training on a full-time basis (no less than 12 credit hours a semester) at an accredited high school or vocational school; an accredited college or university; or a licensed technical school, beautician school, automotive school or other institution of similar training. Because coverage for a full-time student varies, members should review their Evidence of Coverage or Group Certificate and any associated riders and endorsements for more details.
An undergraduate student who takes 12 or more semester hours of credit. A graduate student who takes 6 or more semester hours of graduate credit.
An undergraduate student taking 12 or more credits.
Anyone registered in 12 or more credits per semester as an undergraduate or in 9 or more credits as a graduate student.
A full-time student is enrolled to pursue a Certificate or Diploma and is taking all required modules for full-time status. Students must be enrolled in at least 640 hours per year.
Any student registered for 12 or more credits in a semester.
A student registered for at least 12 quarter credit hours of course work per quarter (excluding audits and credits by exam or experience) or registered for a cooperative education work block during the quarter.
A student who is enrolled at a university and is taking at least the minimum number of credits (often 12) to meet the university's requirement for a full course load.
Students who take 12 units or more of course work in a semester.
For undergraduate students, one who is registered in 9 or more credit hours of study per semester.
Student enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester.
A student enrolled in subjects which amount to 75% or more of the normal full-time study load for a semester.
A student enrolled for 12 or more semester credits, 12 or more quarter credits, or 24 or more contact hours a week each term.
A student who has a full-time study load. For AUSTUDY entitlement, the Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs regards a normal full-time study load as 720 student contact hours in a year, and any student undertaking 540 hours or more is regarded as a full-time student.
A student undertaking 13.5 or more units in any semester. The normal annual workload of a full-time student is 36 units. A student must be enrolled in at least 13.5 units per semester to be eligible for Austudy/Youth Allowance.
An undergraduate student enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester in an academic year or a minimum of six credit hours in a summer session or a graduate student enrolled in a minimum of nine credit hours per semester in an academic year or a minimum of four credit hours in a summer session.
Students registering and maintaining at least 12 credit hours each semester.
means a student who is regularly attending an accredited school with an academic schedule of at least 12 credits.
To be considered a full-time student for insurance and financial aid reasons, students must carry at least 12 credit hours in fall and/or spring semester. Any course load between 12 and 18 credits carries the same tuition obligation. Students who want to take more than 18 credit hours in a semester must get permission from the Vice President of Academic Affairs.
A student enrolled for 12 or more semester credit hours in a term. Headcount Enrollment - Total of full and part-time student class registrations Hispanic - A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central, or South American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race.
An undergraduate student is considered a full-time student when her/his course load reaches or exceeds 1.50 units in a four-month term. Full-time students are assessed applicable co-operative and incidental fees. For a definition of a full-time graduate student, see the graduate calendar on Regular Full-time Graduate Students.
is a student registered in 60% or more of the credit hours of their full year program.
(undergraduate): A student enrolled for 12 or more semester credits.
Students enrolled for at least 9 credit hours per semester or its equivalent at the graduate level. Does not include audited courses.
Student who is enrolled at a college or a university and is taking the minimum number of credits (often 12) to meet the requirement for a full course load.
A student undertaking at least seventy five percent of a year's full-time load in an academic program. The normal annual full-time load is 36 units.
A full-time year of study is 120 points, 1 EFTS. For Student Allowance purposes, a full-time student is one studying at least 0.8 EFTS or 96 points in a full year or at least 48 points in a trimester. Page Top
A full-time student is defined as a student taking at least 60 per cent of a full course load.
A student who has a full-time study load. For AUSTUDY entitlement, the Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs regards a normal full-time study load as a minimum of 11.5 nominal hours per week over the teaching period.
A status that is important for determining dependency exemptions. An individual enrolled in a post-secondary institution may be eligible for certain tax breaks.
An undergraduate student registered in 12 or more units of study in the Winter Session or 6 or more units in Summer Studies.