DCB catalog 2020-22

44 which they plan to take. However, counselors and advisors are available to assist students in planning their programs. The College assumes no responsibility for misinterpretation by students of policies and procedures as presented in this catalog. Any question or doubt concerning catalog mate- rial should be referred to the Student Services Office. Course/Unit Load Limitations Permission must be obtained to enroll for more than 18 semester hours. A maximum course load of 22 semester hours can be approved by the academic advisor to students who meet the following requirements: 1. A grade point average of at least 3.00 for full time enrollment in the preceding semester, or 2. A cumulative grade point average of 3.00, or 3. An extra course that is required for graduation in the semester immediately prior to graduation. 4. First semester Freshman who are new students may not enroll for more than 19 semester hours. The following courses are not applicable when considering course load limitations: ASC 88, UNIV 105; and UNIV 110. In addition, any special topics, individual studies, field studies, physical education activity, special problems, Co-op Ed, individual research, prior learning, or articulated courses are not applicable. Courses which carry one credit are also exempt from course load limit policies Transfer of Credit to DCB DCB accepts transfer courses at full value if earned in colleges and universities which are members of, or hold candidate-for-accreditation status from regional accrediting associations. DCB may accept transfer courses from other colleges and university which offer comparable courses and programs and are accredited by a regional accrediting organization. Students who have question regarding the transfer of their credits to DCB should contact the DCB Registrar at 701-228-5669. Transfer of Credit from DCB Transfer of credit is always determined by the institution to which the student plans to transfer. Therefore, students need to familiarize themselves with the requirements of the college or university to which they plan to transfer. Students who intend to transfer from DCB are strongly advised to meet with their advisor to assure that their program of study at DCB is suitable for transfer to a four-year university. Students who encounter problems with transfer of DCB credits to another institution should contact the DCB Registrar at 701-228-5669 or dcb.registrar@dakotacollege.edu . General Information