Anyone taking 12 credit hours or more during the fall or spring semesters, or six or more credit hours during the summer semester.
Students registered in at least 24 units of courses are considered full-time students. Students registered in Medicine or Midwifery programs are also considered full-time students.
Full-time students are enrolled in three or more units of credit during the September to April academic year.
Students who are registered for credit in the equivalent of 9 or more in a Fall/Winter term. (Full-time calculation differs in Spring/Summer; refer to the Spring/Summer Calendar for this definition).
A designation for students enrolled for more than 12 credit hours during fall or spring semester or 6 or more hours during a summer session. Some financial aid awards require students to have full-time status.
An enrolled student who is carrying a full-time academic work load (other than correspondence courses) as determined by the institution and which is applicable to all students enrolled in a particular program.
For academic purposes, undergraduates carrying 12 or more credits per semester or graduates carrying 8 or more credits.
A student attending classes full-time must register for 4 academic courses.