Senior Undergraduate Students Earning Graduate Credit - Undergraduate
SRU undergraduates who have earned 90 or more credits (including current courses in progress) with a minimum 3.00 GPA are eligible to apply, enroll, and earn graduate level credit. Credits earned are graduate level only, separate from the undergraduate credits earned for degree and will not be calculated in the student’s undergraduate credit and grade point totals. Graduate credits taken as an undergraduate student are not eligible for financial aid. Graduate areas of study reserve the right to limit student enrollment in graduate level courses. Some graduate level courses may have prerequisites and/or course expectations which prohibit the enrollment of undergraduate students. Students may not take more than two graduate level courses per semester. A limit of 6 graduate credits may be earned prior to formal admission as a graduate level student. Students pay undergraduate level tuition and fees for graduate level courses and credit. This policy does not apply to undergraduate post-baccalaureate students and undergraduate students eligible to take 500 level courses for undergraduate credit. Effective for new students entering SRU as of Fall 2023.