Concurrent Enrollment

A student can be enrolled in two different SEVIS-approved schools at the same time as long as the combined enrollment amounts to a full-time course of study.

 

Full-time enrollment at St. Cloud State University:

Undergraduate = 12 credits / Masters = 8 credits / Doctoral = 6 credits

 

Who is eligible for Concurrent Enrollment?

A student can apply for concurrent enrollment if:

  • The student is currently in valid F-1 status.
  • The student will be enrolled less than full-time at St. Cloud State University.
  • The student’s academic department at St. Cloud State University will accept transfer credit for coursework completed at the second institution.
  • The student can provide official proof of course registration from the second institution’s Registrar’s office at the following times:
    1. Within 30 days after the start date of the current semester at St. Cloud State University
    2. Within 90 days after the start date of the current semester at St. Cloud State University
  • The student must provide an official transcript from the second institution after the end of the semester.

 

Who is NOT eligible for Concurrent Enrollment?

A student CANNOT apply for concurrent enrollment if:

  • The student has been suspended from St. Cloud State University.
  • The student’s academic advisor does not approve the use of concurrent enrollment.

 

Important Points to Remember

  • Students must allow 5 full business days after submission of a complete application for the Center for International Studies to process their request.
  • An international student must be authorized for concurrent enrollment prior to the last day of the drop/add date.
  • An international student must provide official proof of course registration, failure to do so will result in SEVIS termination.
  • An international student must remain enrolled in all courses throughout the semester, withdrawing/dropping from a course without prior authorization from the Center for International Studies will result in SEVIS termination.
  • An international student must provide official proof of course completion at the end of the semester, failure to do so will result in SEVIS termination.
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