Undergraduate to Graduate Cross-Registration
Undergraduate students who wish to enroll in graduate courses may do so by completing the “Undergraduate to Graduate Cross-Registration Form”. Undergraduate students must have a minimum undergraduate Charter Oak GPA of 3.0, at least 105 Charter Oak credits earned, and must have passed MAT 105 (or its equivalent).
Students who are granted permission to enroll will be limited to taking two (2) graduate courses which will count as upper-level elective credit on their undergraduate record. Only one graduate course can be taken in each 8-week term. The first course taken must be OEL 501 and the second course can be either OEL 520 or OEL 525. If an undergraduate student decides to later enroll in the graduate program at Charter Oak, the graduate course(s) taken at the undergraduate level can only be internally transferred to the students graduate record if the students earns a final grade of B- or higher. That grade will then be transcribed as ‘P’ on the graduate record and will not be calculated in the graduate GPA.
Cross Registration at Public Institutions of Higher Education
Charter Oak State College does not participate in the public institution cross registration process. The request for reciprocity can only be processed through the 12 state community colleges and four state universities.