Enrollment Status & Verifications
Enrollment Verification Documentation
The Office of the Registrar can provide documentation of enrollment, term dates, and enrollment status (full-time, half-time). You can fill out the enrollment verification form and return it to our office or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from your university assigned email account to request documentation. If you have loan deferment paperwork that you need our office to complete, please submit that with the enrollment verification form.
|School of Public Health||Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences|
|A student must enroll for nine semester hours for the fall or spring semester to be considered full-time for that semester. Enrollment in a total of six semester hours is considered full-time for the summer. When a student is enrolled in a doctoral dissertation or residency, a master’s practice experience, internship or thesis, the student will be considered full-time if enrolled in 1.5 credit hours of practice experience or 3 semester credit hours of doctoral dissertation or residency, internship, or thesis.||
To be considered full-time in a long semester, MS students must enroll in 9 SCH while PhD students must enroll in 12 SCH. Enrollment in a total of 6 SCH is considered full-time for the summer.
For the Forensic Genetics and DNA Database Technology certificate, there are two options. Option 1 is a one-week experience whereby students earn 2 SCH for intensive laboratory training. Option 2 is a full-time certificate program, spanning four-weeks of training with 8 SCH earned.
PhD students who have advanced to candidacy are required to enroll in a minimum of 9 SCH each long semester and 6 SCH each summer semester.
Students (MS and PhD) enrolled prior to Summer 2011 must enroll in a minimum of 6 SCH each semester after advancing to candidacy.
Graduate students may schedule as many as 16 SCH during any long semester or 7 SCH in a summer semester.
|A student enrolled in less than 9 but 4.5 or more semester hours for the fall or spring semester is considered half-time. Enrollment of less than 6 but 3 or more semester hours is considered half-time for the summer.||A student enrolled in less than 9 but 4.5 or more semester hours for the fall or spring semester is considered half-time. Enrollment of less than 6 but 3 or more semester hours is considered half-time for the summer.|
8 Week Courses
|Semester credit hours cannot be counted towards total semester enrollment until after the census date for each term. If semester credit hours from the 8 week 2 semester are needed for half-time or full-time enrollment for a fall or spring semester, these semesters hours will not be counted towards total enrollment until after the 8 week 2 census date.|
All students in the School of Health Professions, School of Pharmacy, and Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine are enrolled full time each semester. If special circumstances require that a student in one of these programs is not enrolled full time, that student will be notified by their specific program and/or the Office of the Registrar.
This page was last modified on September 20, 2017