ARCHE Cross Registration
The Atlanta Regional Council for Higher Education’s Cross Registration Program allows students at Morehouse College (home) to broaden their academic experience by registering for courses at any of the 19 member institutions and receive credit, while paying tuition costs to the home institution. The “home” institution is the institution at which you currently are enrolled in a program for which academic credit is awarded. The “host” institution is the institution which you would like to attend to cross register for a course.
The program is designed to allow qualified students to take course work in their area of study that is not available on their own campuses. Courses count as resident credit and not as transfer. All courses and grades appear on Morehouse College transcript.
Applications are available at The Office of Records & Registration, Gloster Hall – room 106, at http://www.atlantahighered.org/crossregistration, or by clicking the link below:
|Agnes Scott College|
|Atlanta College of Art|
|Clark Atlanta University*||Schedule|
|Clayton College & State University|
|Georgia Institute of Technology||Schedule|
|Georgia State University|
|Institute of Paper Science|
|Kennesaw State University||Schedule (PDF)|
|Morehouse School of Medicine|
|South Polytechnic State|
|State University of West Georgia||Schedule|
|University of Georgia||Schedule|
*AUC Cross Registration applies*
- Must be in good academic standing
- GPA must be 2.00 or above
- Must be enrolled for a minimum of 3.00 credit hours at the intend semester
- Comply with the host immunization policy
- Must obtain approval from Academic Advisor
- Abide by the student code of conduct
- Honor all financial obligations to the College
- Meet application deadlines
- Complete a cross registration application, following the instructions on the back of the application.
- List any alternate courses on your application in event that a course is closed.
- Application must be signed first by your academic advisor and then by the cross registration coordinator.
- Cross registration coordinator will forward the application to the host institution’s cross registration coordinator for approval (in some cases, the host institution will require a departmental or instructor approval).
- Once all approvals are in order, the cross-registration course is entered on the student’s schedule by the Cross-Registration coordinator; on a space-available basis (confirmation of registration will be sent via email).
- It is the responsibility of the student to verify registration. Prior to the end of registration, ask your instructor if your name is on the class roll.
- You must DROP/WITHDRAW from a course(s) by the host institution deadline date (check cross registration confirmation letter for deadline date). It is the responsibility of the student to notify both your home and host institution coordinators. Failure to do so can result in a grade of “F”. Course(s) that are withdrawn will receive a grade of “W” on your transcript at the end of the semester.
When you register for a course through cross registration, you are considered a visiting student (which does not constitute regular admission to the host institution).
- Cross registrants are subject to the same prerequisites as home students. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure prerequisites are met.
- Cross registration occurs only after the host institution’s regularly enrolled or continuing students have had first priority for registration.
- You may not cross register at another institution if the course is available at your home institution during the same semester.
- Cross registration may not be used to register for non-credit continuing education courses, workshops or seminars.
- Special fees (lab, parking, etc.) must be paid to the host institution by the cross registered students. The host institution may assess security deposits for equipment.
- Student may cross register for no more than two courses per semester at any host institution and no more than a total of 18 semester hours during the entire undergraduate experience.
- A student’s combined course load at Morehouse College and the host institutions may not exceed the full-time semester course load allowable.
- Student is graded according to the academic standard and grading practices of the host institution.
- At the end of semester, the cross registration coordinator of the host institution will send a transcript to the cross registration coordinator at Morehouse College to be included on your official transcript.
- All University System of Georgia schools and some private schools require proof of immunization for measles, mumps and rubella. If you have never attended the following institutions, you are required to submit immunization documents:
|Agnes Scott College||Kennesaw State University|
|Brenau University||Oglethorpe University|
|Clayton State University||Southern Polytechnic State University|
|Georgia Institute of Technology||University of Georgia|
|Georgia State University||University of West Georgia|
July 19 November 24
When deadlines fall on a weekend or holiday, applications are due on the preceding workday. Cross-registration is not available for the summer semester. (NOTE: the dates on the application form are deadlines for the coordinators to forward applications to host institutions.)
Cross-registration is at the discretion of the home and host schools. Each intuition reserves the right to exclude certain classes from the program or to reject applications turned in after the published deadline. Students must contact their home school coordinator who will process the application.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is cross registration?
Cross registration provides students enrolled at any ARCHE member institution the opportunity to broaden their range of study and academic experience by attending courses offered by other ARCHE institutions.
What institutions participate in cross registration?
The 19 institutions that are members of ARCHE participate. The “home” institution is the institution at which you currently are enrolled in a program for which academic credit is awarded. The “host” institution is the institution which you would like to attend to cross register for a course.
How do I know if I’m eligible to cross register?
You are eligible for cross registration if you are in good standing at Morehouse College and meet all program eligibility requirements set by Morehouse College and the host institutions. At the time of cross registration you must be currently enrolled in at least one course.
How do I cross register?
You must complete a cross registration application, following the instructions on the back of the form. The application must be signed by you academic advisor and by the cross registration coordinator at Morehouse College and the host institution. If the host institution course instructor’s or department’s approval is needed, you may be directed to obtain such approval. Once all approvals have been obtained, the host institution’s cross registration coordinator will register you for the approved course on a space-available basis after the host institution’s regularly enrolled or continuing students have had first priority for registration.
Where can I obtain an ARCHE Cross Registration Application?
Cross Registration Application are available at the Office of Records & Registration (Gloster Hall – room 106) or at http://www.atlantahighered.org/crossregistration.
Are there any restrictions on the types of courses for which I may cross register?
You may not cross register at another institution if the desired course is available at Morehouse College during the same semester. Cross registration may not be used to register for non-credit continuing education courses, workshops, seminars, etc.
May I cross register for courses during the summer?
No, Morehouse College does not participate in ARCHE cross registration during the summer semester.
When and where do I pay my tuition for a cross registration course?
Tuition and fees, when due, are paid to Morehouse College. Special fees (lab, parking, etc.) normally paid by the host institution’s students must be paid to the host institution by the cross registered student. Host institution may also assess visiting students certain security deposits for equipment.
What is my student status at the host institution?
If you register for a course through ARCHE cross registration, you are considered a visiting student (which does not constitute regular admission to the host institution).
What is the maximum number of courses I can take through ARCHE cross registration?
An undergraduate student may cross register for no more than two courses per semester at any host institutions, and no more than a total of 18 semester hours during the student entire undergraduate experience. Any student’s combined course load for a semester at both Morehouse College and the host institutions may not exceed the full-time semester course load allowable.
How are grades for cross registration courses handled?
As an ARCHE cross registered student, you are graded according to the academic standards and grading practices of the host institution. At the end of semester, the cross registration coordinator of the host institution will send a transcript to the cross registration coordinator at Morehouse College to be included on your official transcript.
For more information about ARCHE cross-registration contact:
ARCHE Registration Coordinator: Angela D. Glenn
Location: Gloster Hall, Room 106
Office of Records & Registration
830 Westview Drive, SW
Atlanta, GA 30314