1. Full-time students are “traditionally” 12 credits or more per semester or term at the vocational/undergraduate level, and traditionally 9 credits at the graduate level. Full- time students will be eligible for tuition, fees, required books, and the room and board allowance. (Final determination of full-time status will be determined by the Oneida Higher Education Office).
2. Part-time student are “traditionally” 6-11 credits per semester or term at the vocational/undergraduate level, and traditionally 6-8 for graduate students. Part-time students are eligible for tuition, fees and required books. (Final determination of part-time status will be determined by the Oneida Higher Education Office).
3. All students taking 1 to 5 credits per semester or term are eligible for tuition, fees and required books.
4. Doctoral students who are considered full-time while working on their thesis will be considered for full-time funding.
5. Students are eligible to pursue progressive degrees, e.g., Associate of Arts (AA/AS), Bachelors (BA/BS), Masters (MA/MS), Doctorate (PhD).
6. Accredited certificates or apprenticeship programs must be eligible for college credit, or result in a state license. Students are eligible for tuition, fees and required books.
7. An initial teacher certificate or license will be considered for tuition, fees and required books.
8. Funding for study abroad will only be considered when it is a requirement to graduate. Funding will be coordinated with the school’s financial aid office to include the cost of tuition, room & board and transportation. Personal & misc. expenses will be the student’s responsibilities.
Funding for non-required study abroad college credit will consist of tuition and required books.
9. Accredited schools that do not offer a standard school budget or do not participate in the federal financial aid program will only be provided with the cost of tuition, fees and required books.
10. Students taking video and/or on-line courses must complete all credits within the awarded semester or term.