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Students visiting the site of the original Globe Theatre, Bankside, London
Course Substitution Request (Petition for Transfer of Credit)
It is important to be aware of your academic progress and how it impacts financial aid eligibility.
Incoming students’ Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) will be assessed after each term. If you have not made satisfactory academic progress, the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships will work with you to get you back on track academically and help you keep your financial aid eligibility. Click here for the complete SAP policy for all undergraduates who have attempted between 0-45 undergraduate credits. If you are an undergraduate with 46 or more attempted credits, a post-baccalaureate student or graduate student, click here.
The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships encourages you to come to our office for regular counseling to assess your academic progress and establish plans for the future so that you continue to achieve your academic goals and maintain your financial aid eligibility.
The University also offers a wide array of resources to support you on your road to success. Click here for undergraduate and post-bac resources.
For admission to all levels in Music and to upper division standing in Architecture, Art+Design, Arts Studies, and Theatre+Film, see Admission to Our Degree Programs