Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014
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Once matriculated (accepted and paid required deposit), a Walsh student may attend another institution as a transient student. A Transient Student Request Form must be completed and returned to the Office of the Registrar for official approval of the transfer courses. Transient students may not transfer any more than 15 semester hours from another institution. No transient work will be approved for courses already completed or failed at Walsh University. The General Education Service Learning and Heritage Series courses do not transfer into Walsh University. Please consult your academic advisor for assistance with selecting these on-campus courses. No credits completed will be accepted at Walsh without prior written consent of the Registrar or the appropriate Academic Division Chair on the transient form. Transient Forms are available in the Student Service Center or www.walsh.edu, click Registrar, then Forms. A course description must be attached to the form when submitting it to the Registrar or Assistant Registrar.
All students will be held to completing 32 of the last 38 semester hours, with a minimum of 15 hours in the major field of study at Walsh University.
Credits earned by students participating in University approved study abroad or experiential learning programs are exempt from the 15 credit hour limit on transient students and the 32 of the last 38 semester hour rule. Students participating in such programs must still complete a minimum of 15 hours in the major field of study at Walsh University and complete the Transient Student process.
Current students who have not completed their sophomore year are permitted to take courses at two- or four-year regionally accredited schools. Current junior and senior students may transfer credits from accredited four-year schools only.
Courses taken in the academic major or required for fulfillment of the Core cannot be repeated for credit at another institution.
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