Effective fall semester 2005, parents of full-time students in the undergraduate day program are eligible to take up to two undergraduate courses (or eight credits) on a space-available basis in fall and spring semesters without tuition charge. Parents enrolled in the program prior to that date are governed by the pre-existing rules.
The dependent daughter/son is a full-time day student taking at least twelve credits. Parents of students in the School of Continuing Studies are not eligible for this program.
Graduate courses, courses at ACTC schools, courses taught in January term or summer sessions, and courses in the HECUA program are not part of this program.
Parents may audit courses or take them for credit. Parents may be non-degree or degree-seeking students. If the parent chooses to become a degree-seeking student, an application must be made through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Fees will be charged for books, music lessons, laboratory charges, individual studies, and experiential learning.
Further information on the program can be obtained from the Office of the University Registrar.