Thesis Continuous Enrollment Requirements
The College of Graduate Studies Continuous Enrollment policy states that "All thesis students who have registered at least once for courses titled thesis or dissertation must be continuously enrolled every semester thereafter, including the semester of graduation. Summer registration is not required unless summer is the graduation semester." Check with your major advisor to see if your college has a different, or additional, continuous enrollment requirement(s) that apply.
- A grade of "IP" will be recorded for all thesis or dissertation credit hour work in progress and will automatically be recorded each semester the student is enrolled.
- The grade of "S" or "U" must be recorded for all theses or dissertation credit hours when completed.
- The advisor and/or major professor will report a final thesis or dissertation grade of "S" or "U". Any reported grade other than "S" or "U" will be changed to an "S" or "U" grade according to the following: REPORTED GRADE OF "A", "B", "C" = "S", "D", "F" = "U"
- Upon completion of the thesis, or dissertation requirements, final grades for preceding semesters will be changed to the appropriate grade.
Should a student not register each semester as required by the continuous enrollment policy, the student will be required to register and pay tuition and fees for the missed semesters. Tuition and fee payment is due for the missed registration semesters at the beginning of the semester the student resumes his/her study providing the student is eligible to return and resume registration.
A student who has been approved for a medical or a non-medical leave of absence is not required to be registered while under the approved leave period.