Adjusting a completed schedule of courses by adding a new course. May not occur after the Census date otherwise known as the 12th class day (in long semesters). Refer to class schedule or University calendar.
Advanced placement courses taken during high school. An exam is offered at the conclusion of an AP course and the resulting score may qualify a student to receive college credit. Please refer to catalog for specific list of AP exams that will be accepted as equivalent to A&M-Corpus Christi courses, the minimum score required, and the number of semester hours that may be awarded.
A method of enrollment for a course whereby the student does not earn academic credit. However, students are still required to pay the full current tuition rate. Permission of the instructor of the course and the appropriate dean is required. A student will not be given permission to audit a course until the first day of classes. Under no circumstance may audit be converted to credit.
The day, each term, on which official calculations are determined. For long semesters such as fall and spring it is the 12th class day, and for summer terms the 4th class day. Registration and Adds may not occur after this date.
The College-Level Examination Program is a paid testing service which may earn the test taker college-level credit in undergraduate college courses based on their score. For more information please see the University Catalog under “Academic Policies – Credit By Examination”.
A degree-seeking undergraduate attempting 12 or more semester hours in a semester. A graduate student attempting 9 semester hours in a semester. The load for other terms is shown elsewhere in the University catalog.
The ceremonial completion of a degree program. The degree is not awarded until all academic requirements are certified as completed. The student initiates application for graduation at point of registration for last term of study. An application must be processed for each attempt.
The initial registration as a degree-seeking student toward a particular degree. A student matriculates once for each degree. Matriculation ends when a student applies for graduation for that particular term.
A student who holds a baccalaureate or higher degree but intends to seek an additional bachelor's degree or an additional undergraduate major or minor. May also be a student who intends to take undergraduate coursework required for Texas public school teacher certification.
A term that applies to a student whose cumulative Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi grade point average (GPA) falls below 2.0. Scholastic probation will result on a registration hold being placed on your record.
A student who pursues a degree at another institution and is currently in good standing but wishes to enroll in courses at TAMUCC and transfer them back to their home institution. Transient students must apply for admission and submit a letter of good standing.