Course Load and Credit/Tuition Overload
Students may enroll in up to two courses per term. Students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.25 are allowed to enroll in up to three courses in a term.
Students with a CGPA below 3.25 may enroll in three courses or more in a term only with prior approval from the Dean or designee. For any credit overload, the student should discuss the new tuition charges with Student Financial Services.
Undergraduate Rindge Students
A full-time course load consists of 12–17 credits per semester. A total of 120 credits (courses 100-level and above) is required for graduation. The maximum number of credits which may be taken for basic tuition is 17 per semester. Any credits over 17 will be subject to an additional per credit tuition charge. Students who wish to register for more than 17 credits must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.25 and obtain the permission of the academic advisor. For all credit overloads, the student must submit to the Office of the Registrar a Registration Status Change (Add/Drop) form signed by their advisor and Student Financial Services.