Inter-Institutional Consortium CROSS-ENROLLMENT AND SHARED DEGREE PROGRAMS
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Cross Enrollment

Cross Enrollment is the process whereby a student from one I-IC member school takes specific subjects in another member school.

General Guidelines for Cross-enrollment

  1. The student who wishes to cross-enroll should seek detailed information about the subject he/she wishes to take in the host school. Information is available generally from the Registrar/Department Chair/Program Coordinator of the host school.
  2. The student seeks permission to cross-enroll from the home school Academic Dean/Registrar
  3. The student may be required to submit the Consortium Cross-Enrollment Authorization Form.
  4. If accepted by the host school, the student enrolls and pays the required fees at the home school based on the rates of the home school. The home school is billed accordingly by the host school.
  5. The student attends classes at the host school and is required to abide by all the requirements and regulations of the host school.
  6. Permission from the home school Academic Dean/Registrar should be obtained before any enrolled subject can be dropped.
  7. At the end of the term, the student’s grades are given to the home school by the Registrar of the host school.

Shared Degree Program

A shared degree program is an entire major program which a student from one I-IC member school takes in another member school. The student can enroll in the major offering of another school only if this program is not offered in his/her home school. The student’s basic subjects are taken in the home school while most, if not all, of the major courses are taken at the host school. The graduate receives an I-IC diploma for the shared degree.

The student under the shared degree program should fulfill all the major requirements of the host school. Policies of the host school such as admission policies and pre-requisites for major subjects have to be adhered to by the student.

The host school, upon its approval of the shared degree program application of the student, is committed to see the sharer through his/her major studies, provided that requirements are followed and met.

General Guidelines for Shared Degree Program Application

  1. The student who wishes to enroll in the shared degree program should seek detailed information about the program he/she wishes to take in the host school. Information is available generally from the Registrar/Department Chair/Program Coordinator of the host school.
  2. The student seeks permission to apply for the shared degree program from the home school Academic Dean/Registrar.
  3. The student seeks permission to apply for the shared degree program from the host school Academic Dean/Registrar.
  4. The student may be required to submit the Consortium Cross-Enrollment Authorization Form.
  5. If accepted by the host school, the student enrolls and pays the required fees at the home school based on the rates of the home school. The home school is billed accordingly by the host school.
  6. The student attends classes at the host school and is required to abide by all the requirements and regulations of the host school.
  7. Permission from the home school should be obtained before any enrolled subject can be dropped.
  8. At the end of the term, the student’s grades are given to the home school by the Registrar of the host school.
  9. Upon completion of the requirements for the degree, the Consortium awards the I-IC Diploma to the graduate.

 

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