Article 3, Part 3 – Registration, Course Changes, and Withdrawal
§ 3-310 Self-Paced Online Courses
Self-paced online courses are generally open to all students.
High school students may enroll with the permission of the guidance counselor at their high schools or comparable permission and with university approval.
Students seeking a degree from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign must obtain the approval of their college or academic advisor to enroll in self-paced online courses.
Graduate students may earn credit for self-paced online courses and, with department approval, the credit can be applied toward an advanced degree as long as the course is at the graduate level.
Students who have been placed on academic drop from the University of Illinois must obtain the approval of the dean of their college for submission of an application for enrollment in any course offered by the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
The number of self-paced online credit hours in which a student may enroll at one time is subject to the policies outlined in § 3-303 and § 3-304.
Enrollment in self-paced online courses does not qualify a student for a student loan or an in-school deferment.