Full-Time Course Load
To be certified as full-time students, graduate students must carry a minimum of nine (9) semester hours. A student who is enrolled in less than a full-time course of study at Clayton State University may be in jeopardy of:
- losing insurance coverage under his or her parent/ guardian’s or personal insurance policy;
- being out of compliance with the Department of Homeland Security if enrolled at Clayton State University on a student visa;
- being placed on a loan repayment schedule by a lender or guarantor if the student is the recipient of federal financial aid; and/or
- losing a scholarship if the guidelines for receiving the scholarship require full-time enrollment.