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Academic Resources

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  • Registration
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Overview

The following students may pay the tuition by credit instead of paying the full amount in cash

Conditions

  • students who have completed seven semesters and who need less than nine units for graduation, with an average GPA of 4.00 (4.50 for unofficial records);
  • students who have completed eight semesters and who need less than nine units for graduation;
  • double-major students who entered the university before 1996, who completed two extra semesters after finishing the first major unit requirement, and who need less than nine units for graduation;
  • students with an average GPA of 4.00 (for the unofficial transcript) majoring in Architecture or Architectural Design at the School of Architecture and Built Environment who have completed nine semesters and who need less than nine units for graduation; also, the above majors who have completed ten semesters and who need less than nine units for graduation;
  • College of Pharmacy students who need less than nine units for graduation due to a repeated subject;
  • premedical students at the Faculty of Medicine of the College of Medicine who have completed four semesters and who need less than nine credits to meet the unit requirement;
  • students majoring in Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine of the College of Medicine with a minimum average grade of 70 and who have less than nine credits of failed courses; and
  • students enrolled at the Department of Nursing of the College of Medicine whose first-year average grade is higher than 60 and thereafter 70, with less than nine credits of failed courses.
  • If students with approved credit registration fail to register their classes, the approval will be cancelled.
  • Students with approved credit registration are not permitted to substitute classes for social service or internship.

Procedure

Class Registration Input → Graduation Audit and Approval (Department Office) → Credit Registration Approval (Administration Office) → Tuition Payment

Required Documents

Credit Registration Approval Form (can be obtained from the Administration Office)


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