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2 classes/semester, part time student. will this effect my scholarship?

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I've been accepted to UofT, St George, University College for Criminology. I currently have 3 classes, but want to drop one, which would mean I would have 2 classes this semester. Would that make me a part-time student, and would the status of part-time student effect my scholarships? Most of which have stated that you need to be a full-time student in order to qualify. But, the reason I'm dropping this class is that I already have 5U courses, and only really need 1 more to graduate.
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I'm pretty sure that by full-time student they mean a full time student at their university not while in high school. So when you register you have to be registered in enough classes (I think 5) to be considered a full-time student by the university otherwise you no longer qualify for the scholarship. So you should be fine dropping the class! :)
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@Hunter14 wrote
I'm pretty sure that by full-time student they mean a full time student at their university not while in high school. So when you register you have to be registered in enough classes (I think 5) to be considered a full-time student by the university otherwise you no longer qualify for the scholarship. So you should be fine dropping the class! :)



I hope so! Thanks.
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Hunter14 is right. You need to be a full-time university student. Your high school student status shouldn't matter
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@ktel wrote
Hunter14 is right. You need to be a full-time university student. Your high school student status shouldn't matter



Yep, they're right! :)
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