Undergraduate students who are enrolled full-time at any OICA institution may take a maximum of one undergraduate course per semester at another OICA campus. No additional tuition will be charged for the cross-registered course by either institution, except that if the home institution has an “overload” tuition policy, it may charge additional tuition if the course is taken on an “overload” basis; or the host campus may charge special course fees (e.g. laboratory fees) if such fees apply to all students enrolled in the course.
Students may not cross-register for a course that is offered on their own campus, unless legitimate scheduling conflicts prevent them from taking it. Cross-registered students are permitted on a “space-available” basis: The host campus has the right to ensure that all of its own students have had the opportunity to enroll before accepting cross-registrants. Students are bound by host campus policies on such matters as auditing, class attendance, grading, add/drop procedures, deadlines, library use, standards of conduct, examinations, parking regulations, and so on.
Interested students should consult with their academic advisor and dean to determine the potential course’s appropriateness and applicability to his/her academic program before cross-registering. Then consult with the registrar to initiate the cross-registration paperwork.
For additional information, contact the registrar’s office.