- Cross enrollment and concurrent registration are available only to degree-seeking juniors, seniors, and graduating students, except during the Summer term, when concurrent registration is available to all degree-seeking students. Ordinarily students
will not be allowed to participate during their first term at Georgia Tech, nor will students be allowed to cross enroll for more
than two courses per term. Special rules apply to students participating in the GTREP and RETP programs. International Plan students may cross enroll or register concurrently for a language course(s) NOT offered at Georgia Tech as early as the second semester of their first year of enrollment. Special permission to do this will be granted to accepted IP students ONLY. Forms and procedures are available from the Registrar's Office. Any student seeking an
exception to these eligibility requirements should contact the Office of the Registrar.
- To participate in cross enrollment or concurrent registration, a student must be in good standing during the term when the application is processed.
- During the term of cross enrollment or concurrent registration, the student must be carrying three or more credit hours at Georgia Tech and be in good standing. The total academic load carried at all institutions combined may not exceed the number of hours for which the student would be allowed to register at Georgia Tech.
- Cross enrollment and concurrent registration courses must be completed with a C or better in order to receive credit for the course. Credits earned under cross enrollment will be handled as transfer credit, but will count as resident credit toward a degree. Credits earned under concurrent registration will be handled as regular transfer credit. Grades received in cross enrollment or concurrent registration courses will not be included in the calculation of the grade-point average. No credit will be awarded until an official transcript from the participating institution is received by the Georgia Tech Registrar's
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