Maximum and Minimum Class Loads
The minimum load for a full-time undergraduate student is twelve (12) credit hours per semester. A student who registers for less than the minimum load is classified as a part-time student.
A normal load for a full-time undergraduate student in good standing shall not exceed nineteen (19) credit hours per semester exclusive of ROTC, choir and band. An additional fee is charged for each credit hour beyond nineteen (19) in accordance with the prevailing fee schedule.
A student whose cumulative grade point average falls below 2.00 may not exceed fifteen (15) credit hours. The student on Federal financial aid must enroll in no less the 12 credit hours to be eligible for full aid.
The Tuskegee University TU Scholarship and Grant recipients must complete 15 credit hours or 30 credit hours taken and passed at TU, by the end of the academic year. TU scholarship recipients must complete the academic year with a 3.00 cumulative grade point average. TU grant recipients must complete the academic year with a 2.00 cumulative grade point average. Both criteria of completed credit hours taken and passed at TU and cumulative grade point average must be met to be eligible these funds.
The maximum class load for undergraduate students, under any circumstances, is 22 hours per semester exclusive of ROTC, choir and band. The maximum class load for the summer session is 10 hours except for students in internships clinical and fieldwork. The maximum load for graduate student is 15 credit hours, per semester. The maximum load for graduate students during the summer session is 8 credit hours.