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What does it mean when {Inactive} appears after a college or department name?

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What does it mean when {Inactive} appears after a college or department name?

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When a college or department has been merged into another University college or department, the system will show that college or department as {Inactive}. This doesn’t neccessarily mean that the programs that used to belong to the inactive college or department are not offered; it simply means that those programs now belong to a different college or department. The {Inactive} status notation is typically found on past program requirements. Inactive colleges can also be found at the bottom of the drop-down college list on the search page. Selecting an inactive college for a search will produce past program requirements for that college. Back to the top.

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