A faculty member or administrator who helps students choose their courses and plan their programs of study.
An orderly opportunity for students to question academic decisions related to their coursework.The academic appeal form is obtained through the Registrar’s Office.
A temporary status placed on a student when the academic requirements have not been met. Certain additional responsibilities are typically placed upon the student until this status has been removed. See the Academic Regulations section of the current Academic Calendar for more details.
An academic session from May to April.
The office responsible to respond to inquiries about the university’s program and entrance requirements. This office determines acceptances into university programs.
Prerequisites for acceptance into a program.
Alumnus is a former male student or graduate of the university. The plural of alumnus is alumni, and this can refer to a group of men or to a mixture of men and women.The singular female form is alumna and the plural female form is alumnae.
Students must complete this form in their final session of coursework. The form indicates when the student plans to graduate, the program that the student plans to complete, and the name to be placed on the parchment. The form can be obtained from the Registrar’s Office
A student who pays a fee to sit in on a course but does not write papers or exams. Auditors do not receive course credit. Normal course change deadlines apply to auditors.
Crandall University offers these Bachelor’s degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Arts & Science, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Organizational Management, and Bachelor of Science. A Bachelor’s degree is the degree granted for completing an undergraduate baccalaureate program. Most Bachelor’s degrees can be completed on a full time basis in four years.
A monetary award granted on demonstrated financial need.
Calendar (Undergraduate and Graduate)
An annual publication that lists key academic dates, admission requirements, academic regulations, program requirements, and course descriptions. Although program requirements can vary from year to year, students’ program requirements remain what they were in the year of their admission to that program.
CGPA (see Grade Point Average)
A course that is required to complete a major but is not part of that particular department. For example, MT1203 is a cognate requirement for Psychology majors.
Co-operative Education (Co-op)
An academic program that formally integrates academic study with paid work experience.
The foundational courses which are graduation requirements for all undergraduate Arts, Business, and Science programs.
A course which must be taken in the same term as another course.
A unit of study in a particular discipline.
The unit value that universities typically assign to a course. A three credit hour course is normally offered in one semester, from September to December or from January to April. A six credit hour course is normally offered from September to April. For each credit hour, fifty minutes of class time per week over the period of one term is assigned.
A course that is recognized as fulfilling requirements in more than one subject area and that carries two or more subject prefixes.