TRI-COLLEGE CROSS REGISTRATION POLICY
1. All students may opt to take courses on another campus provided that
1. The class enrollment limit specied by the other college is not exceeded, and
2. The course is not offered on the home campus. (Exceptions to this policy will be made
by the Academic Dean of the home campus.)
2. A course in one’s major and in education taken on another campus must meet the
specications of the major department and the Teacher Education Program on the
1. Each major department will specify for its majors which major courses from the other
institutions will be acceptable in fulllment of its graduation requirement. Departments
may make this specication in terms of denite courses or in terms of number of credit
hours, or both.
2. Each Teacher Education Program will specify for its own members which education
courses from the other institution will be acceptable in fulllment of its requirements.
3. Registration priorities differ between REQUIRED COURSES and ELECTIVE COURSES.
1. For REQUIRED COURSES a student has priority in courses
1. Offered on the HOME CAMPUS.
2. Offered by a HOME CAMPUS INSTRUCTOR but on another campus.
3. Offered on another campus by arrangement with the colleges.
2. For ELECTIVE COURSES a student has secondary consideration to students for whom
the course is a REQUIRED COURSE.
1. Required by another institution but not offered on the HOME CAMPUS by
arrangement of the colleges.
2. Taught by an instructor from another campus.
4. A college may refuse to accept a cross-registration of
1. A student dropped from that college for academic or other reasons.
2. A student previously refused admission to that college for academic other reasons.
(Appeals from these two policies are to be made to the Academic Dean of the
5. Students who cross-register must have their accounts paid at their home institution.
6. Some courses are not open for cross-registration. Each college will identify these courses on
The Tri-Colleges do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin nor do they
discriminate against handicapped persons in administration of its educational policies, admission
policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.