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2020-2021 Student Handbook and University Policies 
    
2020-2021 Student Handbook and University Policies [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

DCP Maximum Credit Hours per Quarter Policy AS.047


LU Policy Number: AS.047

Effective Date: 04/06/2020

Approval Date: 03/25/2020

Revised Date: N/A

Purpose: To establish policy regarding the maximum number of credits students in the Doctor of Chiropractic Program may register without approval.

Additional Authority: N/A

Scope: DCP Students

Approval Authority: President

Responsible Authority: Academic Affairs

Recipients: DCP, Registrar, University Advisement

Publications: 19-20 Academic Catalog, Fall ‘19 Academic Quarterly Announcements

Definitions: N/A

Policy Title


DCP Maximum Credit Hours per Quarter Policy

Policy Statement


Doctor of Chiropractic Program (DCP) students may enroll for a maximum cumulative total of 27.5 credit hours per quarter for all degree plans. Those students seeking to take more than 27.5, must have an institutional cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above and must receive approval from the Dean.

Procedure(s)


The student must contact, in writing, the Dean’s Office requesting permission to take more than 27.5 credit hours in any given quarter by Friday of Week 10 the prior quarter. The required form (Student Action Form) must include the number of credit hours and the courses requested, the rationale as to why the additional credits are needed, and the student’s current cumulative GPA and total credits completed toward degree. The Dean or his/her designee will review the request and respond to the student.

Any student who has enrolled in more than 27.5 credit hours without permission of the Dean will be contacted and asked to withdraw from courses sufficient enough to lower the total credit hours being attempted to 27.5 or less. If the student does not respond, the Dean’s Office will withdraw the student from courses sufficient enough to lower the total credit hours being attempted to 27.5 hours or less.

Other Notes


Approved by Academic Affairs on 10/24/19