Yes. Discontinuation of an academic program of study or certificate comes after a great deal of consideration by the College. Within the limits noted below, students will have the opportunity to complete a program or certificate within which they are enrolled.
- When an academic degree program of study is closed, students already enrolled in that program during the past five years will have the opportunity to complete the program of study within two years after closure of the program. Students who have not been enrolled in the program of study during the five years prior to the closure of the program of study are not eligible for this completion option. Programs will typically close at the end of the spring semester of a given academic year.
- When an academic degree program of study with special admission processes is closed, or when a certificate program is closed, students already enrolled in the program during the past two years have the opportunity to complete the program of study or certificate within two years after the closure of the program. Contact the Registrar for specific information on completing a closed degree program or certificate.
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