Eligibility FAQ’s | Crosscampus

Eligibility FAQ’s

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Is there a limit to how many cross-campus courses I can take per term?
Most campuses allow only one cross-campus course per term. However, you may be able to add an additional course if your campus deems you are eligible. If you enroll in more than one Cross-Campus course and your campus doesn't allow more than one, you will be required to drop the additional course(s). If you are uncertain about your home campus rules, check with your Registrar's office.
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What are the eligibility requirements to take a cross-campus course?
This varies from campus to campus. Check with your home campus adviser or Registrar’s Office to confirm eligibility. For more information about each campus' policies on cross-campus or simultaneous enrollment, please visit the Eligibility to Enroll page.
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Will I need to provide proof that I meet the prerequisites of the course I want to take?
Prerequisite requirements are detailed on the course description page. Please check your unofficial transcript, audit, or speak with your academic adviser if you are unsure if you've met the requirements.
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I am not allowed to repeat a course at my home campus. Can I take the equivalent cross-campus course from another UC campus?
Students who are not allowed to repeat a course at their home campus will not be allowed to repeat the course at another campus.
Policies say I have to be in “good academic standing” to enroll. What does this mean for me?
“Good academic standing” is a term used by campuses to define a student's academic status. For instance, a campus may require a "C+" average or above to qualify for enrollment in a course at another campus. Each campus defines “good academic standing” for its matriculated students. Check with your home campus Registrar’s Office for the requirements at your campus.
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I am a student at a UC campus, but I am temporarily on leave. Can I enroll in a cross-campus course?
The cross-campus enrollment system is for currently matriculated UC students only. Students not currently enrolled at a UC campus can register for a course through the Concurrent Enrollment program at each campus.
Are there any rules that may result in my being dropped from a cross-campus course?
Each campus sets its own regulations regarding eligibility to take a course at another campus. Your registration in the course is provisional until your home campus confirms your eligibility. If you do not meet the eligibility requirements, you will be notified and dropped from the course. The host campus may also have prerequisites for the course you want to take. If you do not meet those prerequisites, you may be dropped from the course.
I am not a UC student. Can I enroll in a cross-campus course?
No, non-matriculated students can register for a course through the Concurrent Enrollment program at each campus. Please check with the Registrar’s Office at the host campus for more information.
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I am a graduate student. Can I enroll in a cross-campus course?
Graduate students who wish to take an undergraduate online course should contact their home Registrar’s Office and/or academic adviser to establish their eligibility for taking the course and earning academic credit.
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