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File a Non-Registration Statement by the initial payment/registration deadline. UC Davis determines that any break in registration means a student has withdrawn from the program. Filing the Non-Registration Statement confirms your continued program eligibility. Filing the non-registration form after the initial payment/registration deadline OR not filing the form for a quarter in which you do not enroll, results in a $250 registration penalty fee on your student account.
Please note, you must complete 18 units to meet minimum academic progress for the academic year (Fall through Summer). Not meeting the minimum academic progress requirement results in you being placed on Academic Probation until the unit deficit is made up.

Minimum Number of Units Required by Program: What You Need to Know

FULL-TIME STUDENTS ENROLLING IN LESS THAN 12 UNITS
PART-TIME STUDENTS ENROLLING IN LESS THAN 6 UNITS

MPAc STUDENTS ENROLLING IN LESS THAN 18 UNITS

Financial Aid:
It is your responsibility to know what the enrollment requirements are for your financial aid eligibility since those requirements may differ from the GSM enrollment requirements. If you are not enrolled in enough units in any given quarter, you lose your financial aid disbursement for that quarter. If financial aid has been disbursed and you drop below the required unit total, you are required to immediately pay back  the entire disbursement for the quarter. (These are federal regulations.) Students need to have a zero balance on their student account to be eligible to register each quarter.

Deferment Status:
If you are enrolled in less than the number of units listed above my program in any quarter, you are not considered a “full-time” student and your name will be referred to your lender to start loan repayment. Once this happens, the only recourse is to start the deferment process again with your lender. (Complete the student section and submit to your program manager to complete the school portion and signature. The form is returned to you to submit to your lender.)

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