FAQs

FAQs

Degree in Three FAQs

Academic


Q. Can I still participate in the Honors Program?
A. Students may participate in Honors and other programs as long as all
requirements can be completed in the allotted time.


Q. Can I double major? If so, do both majors need to be included in Degree in 3
program or just one of them?
A. Students may double major if a) both majors are part of the program b) the
requirements for both majors can be completed by May of the year stated on
their signed agreement.


Q. What if I change my major?
A. Students may change their major to another participating major as long as
they can meet all requirements by May of the year stated on their contract.


Q. Are all summer sessions available or will it only be certain sessions?
A. This varies by academic department. Students must follow prescribed courses
outlined in the Degree in 3 program guide for their major.


Q. Am I penalized in any way if I decide to leave the Degree in 3 program and move to
the traditional 4-year program?
A. Students may opt out of the program at anytime without penalty.


Q. Do I need to take 18 credits in the fall and spring or can I take about 13 credits each
semester including summers?
A. Students must meet with their academic advisor each semester and follow
prescribed courses outlined in the Degree in 3 program guide for their major. The
program is set up for students to take 18 credits in fall, 18 credits in spring and 6
credits free in the summer. If students choose to take more credits, they are
responsible for payment.


Q. Can any student participate in the program (i.e EOF/MAP, Rowan Select)?
A. Any student who meets eligibility criteria may join the program.


Student Life


Q. Will I need to live on campus during the fall, spring and summer?
A. Yes, students must live on campus year round to participate in the program.


Q. Will I need to move out at the end of each spring semester or can I stay in the same
housing all year?
A. The need to move out is determined by the housing complex the student
selects, and any facilities upgrades or repairs scheduled for the maintenance of
the complex. Students usually receive information in advance regarding building
closings. Residential Learning and University Housing offers a variety of living
options open to students based on need, demand and availability. Students can
find descriptions of the variety of housing options on the Residential Learning
and University Housing website.


Q. Will my housing have air conditioning in the summer?
A. Yes.


Q. Will students live in cohorts/learning communities?
A. Students may choose where to live on campus but must participate in
mandatory meetings.