|Traditional Residence Hall Undergraduates||Traditional Community Undergraduates||Non-Traditional Undergraduates|
|Thursday Minimum||12 credits||12 credits||No minimum|
|Living Learning Minimum||6 credits||No minimum||No minimum|
|Service Learning Maximum||Up to 10 credits (20 hrs. of service)||Up to 10 credits (20 hrs. of service)||No maximum|
|Total Required||30 credits||30 credits||10 Credits|
Make a plan each semester to complete your co-curricular requirement. Co-curricular appointments should be treated just like classes when planning work schedules and overall academic load.
TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADUATES Undergraduates under the age of 25 years who do not have a child in their care are identified as traditional. All traditional undergraduates are required to attend 30 co-curricular programs a semester, meeting one or two minimums (below) as part of the total requirement.
Thursday Minimum Traditional undergraduates must attend a minimum of 12 programs offered on Thursdays during the 11:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. co-curricular period.
Living Learning Minimum Traditional undergraduates living in a residence hall (Lamson, Meier, or University Towers) must attend a minimum of 6 living learning programs offered in the residence hall system.
The remaining credits can be invested in ways that best support a student’s life and career goals. A maximum of 10 credits may be earned through the service learning form.
NON-TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADUATES Undergraduates 25 years and older or who are parents with a child in their care are identified as non-traditional. Non-traditional undergraduates are required to accrue 10 credits a semester, drawn from any of the available programs. They also have the option of viewing programs online and submitting a report in lieu of physical attendance. Parents under the age of 25 must present a copy of their child's birth certificate to the Student Life office in order to receive non-traditional status.
EXEMPTED UNDERGRADUATES Marital status or work conflicts do not exempt students from attendance. However, if an undergraduate student is registered for 7 or fewer credits, pursuing a second bachelor's degree or has 120 earned academic credit hours or more by the beginning of the semester, the student is welcome but not required to attend programs. Earned credit hours can be viewed using the University Academic Record link on the iVue page. Do not use the CAPP program to figure earned credit hours.