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Classification of Students
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Dual Enrollment

Enrollment Definition
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Registration and Records

The classification of a degree-seeking student is based upon the number of semester hours earned. The classifications are:
FRESHMAN: 0-29 semester hours
SOPHOMORE: 30-59 semester hours
JUNIOR: 60-89 semester hours
SENIOR: 90 semester hours or more, including a minimum of 20 semester hours of course work at the 3000/4000 level.
GRADUATE: A student admitted to a graduate program and completing work at the graduate level.
SPECIALIST: A student admitted to a specialist program and completing work
at the specialist level.
DOCTORAL: A student admitted to the doctoral program and completing work at
the doctoral level.
NON-DEGREE STUDENT: A student who currently is not a candidate for a degree or diploma.

* Note: Students who earn dual enrollment or other credit prior to high school graduation and subsequently enroll at UWF will be classified as a freshman for the first semester of enrollment regardless of hours earned.

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