The number of credits that must be taken with a particular college in order to receive a degree from that school. Some colleges require a year (30 semester credits or 10 courses), either on campus or through distance learning. Some just require 15 semester credits or 5 courses. Often this residency requirement must be taken in your senior year. Servicemembers Opportunities Colleges have less stringent residency requirements or none at all.
Criteria students must meet to be considered residents of a state or district; used in some cases to determine tuition charges.
If a student wants to obtain a bachelor's degree from IUB then s/he will have to study four regular semesters with 15 (fifteen) - credit hours in each semester. Of these 60 (sixty) credit hours, 30 (thirty) - credit hours should be from the major field of study.
Amount of time required on campus for a specific distance education course or program.
The term has more than one meaning. It can refer to the fact that a college may require a specific number of course to be taken on campus to receive a degree from the school, or the phrase can mean the time, by law, that is required for a person to reside in the state to be considered eligible for in-state tuition at one of its public colleges or universities.
cn. - The college policy that requires all non-senior students to live in on campus residential housing, unless they have received approval from the Office of Residential Life for off-campus status, or meet the criteria for being an exempt student. An off campus application process is conducted as the first component of room lottery.