Currently enrolled full-time degree seeking undergraduate students in good academic standing who have achieved sophomore status may register for up to two courses per term at any one of the member institutions (DeSales University, Cedar Crest College, Lafayette College, Moravian College, and Muhlenberg College). The student must obtain the appropriate approvals of his or her own adviser and the host institution registrar. The courses must not be available at the home institution and must be in the normal academic load and not produce an overload. Graduate students and graduate-level courses are not eligible for cross registration.
All grades of courses taken through the LVAIC cross registration process will be accepted by the home institution and entered on the permanent record, and such grades will be used in computing the grade point average. Credits taken through the cross-registration process will be calculated as in-residence. The number of credit hours assigned to a course is the responsibility of the home institution registrar.
Students may not repeat a course at another LVAIC institution with the expectation of a Lehigh cumulative grade point average adjustment.
Lehigh University students are not permitted to cross-register for courses in all January intersession programs, the evening program at Muhlenberg College, all weekend courses at Cedar Crest College, or the Access program at DeSales University. All independent study, tutorial, music lessons or groups, and correspondence courses are prohibited from cross-registration.
Lehigh students must have been registered full time in the prior spring semester to be eligible to cross-register for a summer term. A maximum of two courses per session may be rostered. Students may not cross-register for a course being offered at Lehigh during the summer term.
Additional information on cross-registration can be found on the LVAIC website.