A “regular student” or “full-time student” is defined as one enrolled for credit in at least twelve credit hours of course work. A full-time student in the summer is one enrolled for credit in at least six hours. (To receive full VA benefits on a continuous basis, registration must be for at least six credit hours over the duration of the summer session.)
Regular students are classified as follows: Freshmen are those with fewer than thirty credit hours; sophomores, those with thirty through fifty-nine credit hours; juniors, those with sixty through eighty-nine credit hours; seniors, those with ninety or more credit hours.
When students participate in an overseas program administered by Centenary College, they will be considered “full-time students” when enrolled for credit in at least nine credit hours of course work. Students will pay for the number of hours in which they actually enroll.