A new partnership between Spring Hill College and the University of South Alabama will allow students to participate in cross registration. Through the program, full-time undergraduate students will be able to enroll in college credit courses at the partner institution during the fall and spring semesters, while paying tuition at their home institution.
The program includes courses delivered in the traditional classroom and online, as well as hybrid course. Students may enroll in many undergraduate courses on a space-available basis. Registration will be coordinated through faculty advisers at both institutions.
“We are delighted to enter into this innovative partnership with South Alabama, and we believe that this program broadens the educational offerings available to students at both institutions,” said Spring Hill President Christopher J. Puto, PhD.
“One valuable benefit of this collaboration is that students who need a specific course to continue their path to timely graduation now have an additional option,” said George Sims, PhD, provost and vice-president for academic affairs at Spring Hill.
For more information, Spring Hill students are encouraged to check with their advisers.