Concurrent Enrollment at Other Institutions

Students with individual hardship situations that might be improved by concurrent enrollment at another college or university may request permission for concurrent enrollment through regular academic channels (academic advisor, department chair, or the academic dean). If permission is granted, such credit hours earned may be applied toward degree requirements at A&M-Central Texas. Courses completed without such approval may not apply toward degree requirements. Written permission from the department chair or the academic dean is required prior to concurrent enrollment in extension coursework or in any resident courses from other institutions. Course load limits are not waived for students seeking concurrent enrollment.