What is the maximum number of credit hours I am allowed to enroll in each semester? How can I get permission to enroll in more than the maximum allowed for a semester?

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The maximum credit hours undergraduate students in good standing can enroll in during the Fall and Spring Semesters is 19. The maximum credit hours undergraduate students in good standing can enroll in for Summer Session I is 4 credit hours and for Summer Session II is 9 credit hours. Undergraduate students on probation are limited to 15 credit hours for the fall and spring semesters, 3 credit hours for Summer 1, and 7 credit hours for Summer 2.

To request special permission to take more than the maximum credit hours allowed, please email your academic advisor. Requests are approved or denied on an individual basis by the Director of Undergraduate Studies.

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