A full-time student is one who is taking more than 12 hours of classes each week. A student taking less than 12 hours is considered “part-time” and they pay tuition for each class separately, instead of for the entire semester. However, the same criteria are in place for their registration and acceptance as for full-time student.
It is possible for someone to be accepted as an auditor provided sufficient capacity and after completion of an application form. Tuition for auditors is lower than those of regular students. Auditors are provided with written resources but they are not required to give tests and be graded. No accommodation is provided for auditors.
Visitors are allowed to sit in for various lectures, after they receive permission from the secretary and the respective lecturer. Visitors who wish to come to classes more regularly must enroll as a student or an auditor.
Students with Disabilities
The academic building of the college has a special entrance ramp, and all areas of the academic building are specially designed to accommodate the needs of people using wheelchairs and provide accessibility to all the basic academic areas. A toilet for people with special needs is also available on the ground floor of the academic building.
In cases of dyslexia or other learning disabilities, the college examines each case individually and the committee for academic affairs decides how to arrange appropriate grading methods for the student, if possible.