Academic Guidelines

Upon admission to the University, it is the responsibility of the individual student to become informed of all academic information necessary to follow a sound academic program leading to graduation. This is to be accomplished by understanding the contents of the University Graduate Catalog, seeking academic advice from faculty, complying with all requirements for graduation, and applying for graduation at the appropriate time.

The information contained herein is accurate according to the best information available at the time of printing. However, all statements regarding offerings, requirements, tuition charges and fees, academic regulations, and student life are subject to change without notice or obligation.

Students who are absent from Lewis for two or more consecutive years will follow the catalog requirements in effect upon return.

Students should also consult specific program requirements in respective College Handbooks for any additional requirements. The institutional policies represent the minimum expectations from the University. An individual academic program may have academic policies that are more stringent than the institutional policies.