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Legitimate Academic Interest to Attend a Course

Students


Contents


Introduction

Authority: Provost

Purpose: This policy requires students to have a legitimate academic interest to attend a course. The policy includes examples of a legitimate academic interest.

Applies to: Students


Roles and Responsibilities

Responsible Executive: Associate Vice President for Enrollment

Responsible Administrator: Registrar

Responsible Office: Registrar's Office

Policy Contact: Registrar's Office, 303-556-3991


Policy Statement

To attend a class, students must have a legitimate academic interest (e.g., be officially registered, waitlisted, auditing a course, enrolled through CU Denver pooled program, etc.). Individuals may not attend a class if they do not have a legitimate academic interest.

Definition

Officially registered means that students have been accepted for admission by the University, and that the Course Reference Number (CRN) for the class is entered on the student’s registration record. The deadline to register for a full-semester class is the census date, specified on the academic calendar. There are pro-rated deadlines for all other courses outside of the full-term courses. Undergraduate students who qualify for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) and register after the census date will not be eligible to receive the COF stipend.


Policy History

Effective:

Revised:

Source: University Catalog, catalog.msudenver.edu


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