What is the difference between the Visiting Student Program in Columbia College and the Visiting Student Program offered in the School of Continuing Education?
The program in Columbia College: 1. Students must study full-time (register for a minimum of 12 credits per semester); 2. Tuition is charged per semester (and you are also charged for room/board, if applicable, and mandatory fees, including Student Activities); 3. The program is available during the academic year only, and does not extend to the summer term; 4. Campus housing may be available, particularly during the spring term; 5. The program is open only to undergraduates in a degree-seeking program at another institution; 6. Classes are available primarily in Columbia College. Students may not enroll in courses offered through other divisions of the University without the express permission of the course instructor and the academic adviser; 7. Separate application process, requiring $70 application fee (among other things), but no standardized test scores; 8. Students submit applications directly to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for Columbia College. The program in the Sch
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