|Subject : REGISTRATION||Title : MAINTAINING MATRICULATION||Coding : 2.0.1|
|Responsible Executive : Associate Dean for Academic Affairs||Responsible Office : SHP Office of Enrollment Management|
|Adopted : 6/05||Amended : 3/8/2010, 1/9/2012, 6/2014||Last Reviewed : 6/2014|
|This policy defines the enrollment status Maintaining Matriculation.|
|The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs is responsible for administering this policy. The policy will be implemented by the SHP Registrar.|
Students are considered matriculated when they are admitted to and enrolled in a program of study which terminates with the conferral of a University certificate or degree. A student enrolled in courses or special programs of study sponsored by programs or departments of the School, but which do not lead to a University certificate or degree is not considered matriculated. In general, a student may not be permitted to earn more than 12 credits and still maintain non- matriculated status.
Maintaining Matriculation is defined as a student who is:
Students assigned Maintaining Matriculation status will be considered less than half-time status for purposes of Financial Aid, Student Loans, and the Office of International Affairs.
A fee is assessed for this service. A completed Maintaining Matriculation Form or Leave of Absence Form, is required and is accessible at this link: https://shp.rutgers.edu/registrar/forms/.
Students who assigned maintaining matriculation status are still eligible for student health insurance but must manually enroll in the insurance plan.
Amended: 3/8/2010, 1/9/2012, 6/2014