Undergraduate students have the opportunity to take courses from other University System of Maryland Institutions offering courses at USG to augment their degree program under the Concurrent Inter-Institutional Registration program.
- Enrollment in courses is on a space-available basis and visiting students are expected to meet prerequisites or other criteria set by the host institution.
- Tuition and fees are paid at the home institution.
- To participate in the Inter-Institutional Concurrent Registration Program students must:
- Have, at least, sophomore standing;
- Be in good academic standing;
- Be enrolled full-time in a degree program at the home institution for the semester in which the course(s) are taken. Full-time status is defined as a combination of credits registered for at the home institution and the registered credits at the host institution;
- Have the approval from the home institution USG Program Director for the course to count as credit in your program;
- Comply with the host institution's registration procedures and deadlines.
- Home Institution is defined as the institution at which the student has been admitted and is enrolled as an undergraduate degree candidate.
- Host Institution is the institution at which the student is registered to pursue courses through this cooperative agreement.
Approved students must register for courses via the Inter-Institutional Registration Procedure. Please refer to the course sharing schedule of classes to determine eligible courses for the upcoming semester and the number of available seats.