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Non-Credit Programming, Courses, Classes Policy

Outlines the college's expectations regarding non-credit programming.

Policy Information

Policy Number Policy Owner
1012.1 Provost/VP of Academic Affairs


  • 4.0 Policy
    All non-credit programming, including courses and classes, is defined as all activities organized for the purpose of providing learning opportunities without awarding academic credit for such program/s.  Such activities may be one session or multiple sessions and vary in length from one hour to all day (8 hours) or several days.  The program/s or course/s are generally limited in size.  This policy includes programs for all audiences.

For additional information about this policy, please contact the policy owner listed above.

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