You will be allowed to cross-enroll in other recognized university-level institutions on a case-to-case basis. Accreditation will be granted, provided that the subject/s cross-enrolled fulfill all the conditions governing accreditation of subjects.
In addition, the following conditions must be met:
- The subject is not offered by the University during the term; or, if offered, cannot be taken by the student because of schedule conflicts;
- The student must comply with the rules governing overloading; and
- A maximum of two subjects per semester is permitted for crossenrollment.
To cross-enroll in subjects at another school, you must:
- Obtain a cross-enrollment request form from the Registrar’s Office and fill in the necessary information;
- Attach a letter of request, countersigned by a parent or guardian, addressed to the Registrar;
- Secure approval of the request from the corresponding academic official (e.g. Department Chair or Academic Director);
- Present all documents to the Registrar, who will determine if all academic conditions are met; and
- Present the endorsement letter prepared by the University Registrar to the Registrar of the other university or college, for cross-enrollment in the indicated subject(s).
Any student who cross-enrolls in another school without prior authorization from the Registrar’s Office will not be given any academic credits for the subject cross-enrolled.