Class standing is determined by the number of semester units a student has completed. The units required for each classification are indicated below. (table here)
A regular student is one who has been officially admitted to the University. A minimum of 12 semester hours of credit is required for a full-time undergraduate program. Students carrying less than 12 units per semester are classified as part-time students.
Students transferring from other colleges will be given advanced standing according to the number of transferable credits on their official transcripts and the grades earned in those courses. Prospective transfer students must submit official transcripts of their college work to the Registrar for evaluation (see Credit Transfer Policy).
Students may audit a course when the class is desired for personal enrichment, not academic credit. Performance classes, such as private or class music lessons, speech, or homiletics, cannot be audited. WJU alumni may audit courses on a space available basis. An enrollment fee will be charged; see schedule of fees for details.
An international student is one who has been officially admitted to the University and may register for either a full-time or part-time program under an F-1 (Student) Visa issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Students may be placed on Academic Probation, Financial Aid Probation, or Disciplinary Probation for a number of reasons. The purpose of probation is to alert students to problem areas and to assist in overcoming these difficulties. Students dismissed from the University for any of these reasons may not reapply for admission until a full academic year has passed.
Academic Probation : Students will be placed on Academic Probation if their GPA falls below a 2.0 for the semester, regardless of how many units were taken during the semester. (See section “Academic Probation” on page 37 for more details.)
Financial Aid Probation: In addition to remaining off Academic Probation, students must complete 67% (2/3) of the courses for which they enroll in order to show Satisfactory Academic Progress and remain eligible for federal, state, or institutional aid. Students who do not complete 67% (2/3) of their courses will be placed on Financial Aid Probation.
Disciplinary Probation: Students who have failed to live up to the standards and rules of the University and are being considered for dismissal will be placed on Disciplinary Probation.
Students transferring from other colleges will be given advanced standing according to the number of transferable credits on their official transcripts and the grades earned in those courses. Prospective transfer students must submit official transcripts of their college work to the Registrar for evaluation according to the University “Credit Transfer Policy.” WJU follows the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) guidelines for transfer of credit.