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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Academic Policies and Procedures Registration and Course Information Summer and Winter Session Courses  

Summer and Winter Session Courses

Students in good academic standing may register for the Rutgers University Summer and Winter Session courses via WebReg or at the Summer/Winter Session Registrar. Students may take a maximum of 12 credits during the summer from all institutions. Students may take a maximum of one course of 3 credits during the winter from all institutions.

Students wishing to take short-session courses at other institutions must seek prior transfer approval from departments offering similar courses at Rutgers and from the Office of Academic Programs, Martin Hall. If transferable, online courses in math, science, and English will not transfer with course equivalency.

Achieving the full benefit of instruction typically requires some time for reflection about the course content. For this reason, students should always consult an adviser before enrolling in Summer or Winter Session courses. Some academic departments may not apply these credits toward the major or minor.

Students on academic probation must obtain prior approval for Winter Session courses from the Admissions and Scholastic Standing Committee.

First-year students are not permitted to register for Winter Session courses.

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