Catalog Governing Graduation

As long as the student remains in continuous enrollment he or she may graduate by meeting the requirements of the catalog that was in effect at the time of entrance to the University. Continuous enrollment is defined as successful completion of at least twelve credits in residence per academic year, taken from the University of Providence. In some instances, accrediting requirements or elimination of previously offered courses may affect the ability of the University to completely fulfill this option. In such instances, the University will make an effort to provide courses that may be appropriately substituted for the stated requirements. If enrollment is not continuous, a student is bound by the requirements of the current catalog.

Students who have continuously enrolled in the University may choose to complete the University Core, major, minor and concentration under the requirements of the current catalog. Students choosing to do so will be required to meet all current requirements of the University Core as well as the declared major, minor and/or concentration. Students choosing to graduate under the current catalog may not choose to continue with the University Core, major, minor, or concentration requirements of any previous catalog.

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