Concurrent Enrollment Form (Advisor)
Instructions to complete the form
- You should sign Section B of the form if the courses the student plans to take at the other institution will transfer back to CSU and contribute to the student’s academic program requirements.
- Give the Concurrent Enrollment Form back to the student to submit to ISSS.
- An F-1 student may be enrolled in two different schools at one time as long as the combined enrollment amounts to a full-time course of study:
- Undergraduate students = 12 credits
- Graduate students = 9 credits
- The concurrent enrollment provision requires the school from which the student will earn his or her degree or certificate to issue and maintain Form I-20, to handle all SEVIS and other reporting requirements, and to ensure that the student is pursuing a full course of study.
- On-campus employment can only be at the school listed on the I-20.
- Students are expected to take at least 6 credits at CSU while concurrently enrolled at another institution.