Frequent question: Can you be degree seeking at two colleges?

Can I be enrolled in 2 colleges at once?

Yes, you can attend two colleges at once. Many students attend both community colleges and four-year universities. Some students even attend two four-year universities.

Is it legal to study in 2 universities at the same time?

You can only enrol concurrently if you have approval from the relevant associate deans, or if it is an approved part of a combined or double degree. When concurrently enrolled, your total study load across both degrees can’t exceed a full-time study load.

Is committing to two colleges illegal?

Double deposits

Double depositing means putting down a deposit, and thus accepting admission, at more than one college. Since a student can’t attend multiple colleges, it is considered unethical. … To buy time to decide on a college when the student has been accepted by more than one.

Can I accept 2 university offers?

If you received multiple offers, you can only accept one. If you accept more than one offer, you are liable to a penalty and the sponsoring organisations may retract their offers. You are also not allowed to hold other undergraduate scholarships concurrently.

Can you commit to a college after May 1?

It’s against the rules for a college to require you to commit before May 1 in order to keep an academic scholarship, need-based aid, or a spot in a limited-enrollment program, like an honors program. The only exceptions are athletic scholarships and Early Decision admission offers.

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Can you Uncommit to a college?

You absolutely CAN un-commit to the school you’ve chosen if you get off a waitlist elsewhere, but you’ll lose your deposit money. (And if you think about it, this should make sense—schools won’t know how many spots they have open to take people off the waitlist until after the deposit deadline.)