6.2.1sr2 - SRTC Procedure: Transient Student
A student in good standing at another accredited college may be permitted to enroll as a transient student on a space-available basis at Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) in order to complete work to be transferred back to the home college. A transient student should be advised in writing by the home college concerning recommended courses.
Students wishing to enroll at SRTC as a transient student must complete the following:
- Submit an application for admission to SRTC with a $20 non-refundable fee.
- Present a statement or transient agreement from the Registrar or Academic Dean of the home college stating that the student is in good standing and eligible to return to that college.
- Pay scheduled fees.
SRTC students wishing to be a transient student elsewhere must be in good standing at SRTC and all prerequisite requirements for the course or courses must be met. Good standing is defined as having a 2.0 cumulative GPA and eligibility to continue the program. Transient credit is recorded on the student’s transcript with a grade designation of “TR,” “TRA,” “TRB,” “TRC.” The third letter indicates the grade earned in the course and will not be calculated in the student’s academic GPA.
First term students and last term Health Science occupational students are not allowed outgoing transient status.
Students may earn no more than 75% of course work for a particular program of study through advanced placement or transient credit.
The Registrar has the overall responsibility for ensuring this procedure is implemented.