Offerings and Policies
Evening programs (some)
must have completed the prescribed courses with the minimum grade
point average established for the particular program.
courses are not considered regular courses of a program and are not
considered towards earning a degree.
courses required for graduation at the Medical Sciences Campus will
be considered in computing the grade point average.
must have taken the final 28 credits for the degree, diploma or
certificate at the University of Puerto Rico, with the understanding
that these credits are required for the last phase of their program
of studies. In exceptional cases, this requirement may be waived by
authorization of a committee composed of the Dean of the school or
division, the Dean for Academic Affairs and the Registrar.
towards the degree, diploma, or certificate must be completed within
the maximum time limit established by the particular program. If the
student should exceed these limits, the University may require
him/her to retake those courses which, according to his/her Dean,
students must have satisfied all financial obligations with the
University of Puerto Rico.
application for the degree, diploma, or certificate must be filed at
the Office of the Registrar during the registration period of the
session in which academic requirements are to be completed and in no
case later than the date established in the academic calendar,
must be recommended for the degree, diploma, or certificate by the
Dean of the School.
student will receive the degree during the academic year in which
the requirements are completed and graduation is requested.