Carnegie Mellon University

Cross-registration at the University of Pittsburgh

Full-time Carnegie Mellon students may take subjects for credit through the Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE). The purpose is to provide opportunities for enriched educational programs by permitting full-time paying undergraduate and graduate students to cross-register for one course at any of the ten PCHE institutions. Carnegie Mellon students should not cross-register for a course that is offered at Carnegie Mellon during the semester unless the associate dean feels there are exceptional circumstances. For many students, it is not advisable to cross register for any class in the last semester before graduation as final grades may not be available in time for certification for graduation. Students who are registered as full-time Carnegie Mellon students will not have additional tuition charges, except for special course or laboratory fees for cross-registered courses. Carnegie Mellon students do not acquire status at the host institution but have library and bookstore privileges. Credit and grades are transferred directly to the home institution. Cross-registration applies to fall and spring semesters only.

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Full-time Carnegie Mellon students may take subjects for credit through the Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE). The purpose is to provide opportunities for enriched educational programs by permitting full-time paying undergraduate and graduate students to cross-register for one course at any of the ten PCHE institutions. Carnegie Mellon students should not cross-register for a course that is offered at Carnegie Mellon during the semester unless the associate dean feels there are exceptional circumstances. For many students, it is not advisable to cross-register for any class in the last semester before graduation as final grades may not be available in time for certification for graduation. 

Students who are registered as full-time Carnegie Mellon students will not have additional tuition charges, except for special course or laboratory fees. Carnegie Mellon students do not acquire status at the host institution but have library and bookstore privileges. Credit and grades are transferred directly to the home institution. Cross-registration applies to fall and spring semesters only.

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