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Online students may register for courses online through ASIST. A student’s enrollment period begins the first day of the sub-term, provided that the student is in good academic standing and has completed Financial Check-in. Students are encouraged to allow sufficient time to review their course materials before the beginning of the sub-term. See the University calendar for Sub-term dates.
To provide accurate and consistent definitions of course dates and completion standards.
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dissertation, broken enrollment, doctoral students
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PROCEDURES FOR IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW
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Policy Review Cycle:
Every 4 years
For 8 week courses, the student has 8 weeks from the sub-term course activation date to complete the course. For 16 week courses, the student has 16 weeks from the sub-term course activation date to complete the course. Students are expected to submit tests and coursework throughout the term. At the end of the first week of each sub-term, courses are reviewed to determine if the student is attending in the course. If the student has not submitted an academic assignment (such as the Course Requirements Checklist, an examination, written paper or project, discussion board post, or other academic activity), the student will be dropped from the course. Students who wish to re-engage in the course are encouraged to contact Academic Advising to discuss their enrollment options.
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