407 Cross Registration

Georgia State University students may enroll in courses offered by member institutions of the Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education (ARCHE) under a cross registration agreement provided they meet the academic eligibility and other requirements of the agreement. consortium member institutions. ARCHE member institutions are: Agnes Scott College, Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta University Center, Clark Atlanta University, Clayton College and State University, Columbia Theological Seminary, Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, Institute of Paper Science and Technology, Interdenominational Theological Center, Kennesaw State University, Mercer University Atlanta Campus, Morehouse College, Morehouse College of Medicine, Morris Brown College, Oglethorpe University, Southern Polytechnic State University, Spelman College, and the University of Georgia.

The purpose of cross registration is to provide opportunities for enriched educational programs by permitting students at any ARCHE institution to take courses at any other member institution.

Students who wish to cross register must complete and submit an ARCHE Cross Registration form to the Registrar's Office at Georgia State University. An approval signature of a representative of the Student Advisement Center of the Office of Academic Assistance in the student's college of study is required.

Cross registration may be pursued for courses not offered at the home institution for the given term.

A student may cross register only for courses for which he/she is eligible and has met the prerequisites as defined by the home and host institutions.

Any course required for the major must be approved by the department of the home institution prior to cross registration.

First priority in registration will be given to students of the host institution; cross registration students will be accepted on availability of space and after the home students have been considered.

The academic regulations and rules of conduct of the host institution will apply to cross registrants. The host institution will determine whether its rules have or have not been violated. The home institution also will impose such penalties as it deems proper when violations occur.

Courses taken in cross registration will appear for credit on the transcript of the home institution. The credit will be recorded according to the policies of the home institution. Courses taken through cross registration count as residence credit and grades are included in the Georgia State University grade point average.

For all courses taken, the tuition and fees will be at the rate of the home institution and paid to the home institution.

Cross registration is available in the summer on a limited basis.

Cross registration students are eligible to use such facilities on the campus of the host institution as are essential to the completion of the cross registered course.