You are considered a concurrent student if you are a USC Columbia student who enrolls
at both USC Columbia and at another institution (including other USC campuses) during
the same semester. Students must receive approval from their academic advisor to participate.
Concurrently enrolled students may receive financial aid for course work at one school
only and must meet the minimum requirements for each type of financial aid received
for attendance at that school. Hours from both schools cannot be combined.
Students taking courses at both USC Columbia and USC Fort Jackson within the same
semester are not considered concurrently enrolled students. USC Columbia graduate
students who are taking courses at both USC and another USC regional campus are not
considered concurrent students.
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