|Responsible office||Provost and Academic Affairs|
|Enforcement official||Vice Provost for Budget and Personnel|
|Classification||Board of Trustees-delegated Policy|
|Category||03. Academic Affairs|
Statement of policy
This policy articulates that in order for a course to avoid cancellation, undergraduate courses must have a minimum of 20 students at census while graduate courses must have a minimum of 10 students. Exceptions must be approved by the dean of the college.
During the academic year (September-April) undergraduate courses (non-laboratory or recitation) will have as a minimum 20 students enrolled as of the census date. Graduate courses (5000-level and above) will have as a minimum 10 students enrolled as of the census date. Exceptions to these minima must be requested by the unit to the dean of the college, and be approved by the dean. The required course minima is not applicable to EUP courses. The Office of Academic Affairs will audit each college's course offerings with enrollment below the minima.
|Effective date of current version||April 19, 2011|
|Date first adopted|
|Proposed date of next review||August 1, 2019|
|Certified by|| |
J. Dunn, President, Dr. Tim Greene