Student Course Request for Consortium Enrollment
Student ID Number
Current Probation Status
Year of Requested Enrollment:
Semester of Requested Enrollment:
Please enter the Course Code and Course Title of your course options, as listed in your program of study.
Requested Course 1:
Cr. Hrs 1:
Requested Course 2:
Cr. Hrs 2:
Requested Course 3:
Cr. Hrs 3:
Requested Course 4:
Cr. Hrs 4:
Requested Course 5:
Cr. Hrs 5:
Requested Course 6:
Cr. Hrs 6:
I understand that each course requires approval from the dean/department chair of the appropriate department and the Division of Academic Affairs. Completion of this form does not guarantee approval.
Enrollment in online courses is permitted up to six (6) semester credit hours per academic term. (Exceptions must be pre-approved by the Division of Academic Affairs.) These courses are labeled “Consortial Courses” and are denoted by “CC” in place of course section numbers.
Upon completion of each CC course, Benedict’s Office of the Registrar and Student Records will post student’s final grade on the student’s Benedict transcript. Previously posted final grades will remain on the Benedict transcript, however, the CC grades will be counted in the Benedict College GPA and the credits hours will also be counted in the “attempted” and “earned” categories for Satisfactory Academic Progress calculations.
Students are responsible for adhering to course participation and policies of the teaching institution, which includes logging in on the course start date, submitting assignments, securing textbooks and learning materials, and following through on all required actions as stated on the syllabus and by the teaching institution.
Textbooks and other learning materials for CC courses are not included in the Benedict College tuition and fees.
Benedict College will not intervene in grade disputes in cases where a Benedict student is dissatisfied with the final grade issued by the teaching institution.
Course drop dates, withdrawal procedures and attendance policies are determined by the teaching institution. Benedict College will not intervene in disputes regarding course drops, withdrawals, and/or refunds in cases where the student did not correspond in time with the teaching institution’s deadlines and procedures.
Students pay Benedict’s tuition rate per credit hour for the CC course; financial aid may be applied to cover CC course cost.
Students who exceed full-time enrollment due to the addition of CC courses will be charged overload tuition and fee rates per the published Benedict College tuition and fee schedule.
I agree with each of the above statements and request that my course approval(s) be processed as indicated.