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Withdrawal from Class, Students will be limited to 16 credit hours as the maximum number of withdrawals permitted over the course of a Undergraduate student's degree or degrees. >> Read More
Graduate students may obtain graduation and grade information at the Office of the Graduate School.
A student who transfers from a North Carolina community college before earning the Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) degree and who subsequently applies for one of these degrees through the North Carolina Reverse Transfer Program may request, through his or her department chair or advisor, that his or her records to be reviewed as fulfilling the University's general education requirements under the current Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) while still enrolled as a degree-seeking student. If the student has already met the University general education requirements through earned credit or enrollment of the course(s), there will not be any adjustments to the student's record.
Four Year Bachelor Degree Plans (BDPs) for North Carolina Community College Students