Cross Registration Opportunities
Three Burlington area private colleges, Burlington College, Champlain College and Saint Michael’s, have formed a partnership that allows undergraduate degree-seeking students in good standing to enhance their educational program by taking classes at the partner institutions as part of their regular course load. This agreement applies only to classroom courses offered during the academic year, and not to summer session or online courses.
Cross registrations are accepted on a space available basis only. Available spaces will be determined by each institution at the completion of their main registration periods, late November for spring semester classes, and late April for fall classes.
Cross-registrations are limited to one course per student, per term.
Eligible students must be undergraduate degree-seeking students with a minimum enrollment status of three-quarter time (including the cross registration course).
The home institution receives the tuition and awards the academic credits for its own students. All credit earned through this cross-registration agreement, including “D” work, may be applied toward residency and other degree requirements.
While there are no special registration fees charged to participate in the cross-registration process, individual students will be responsible for any normally assigned course fees. Students shall be reminded of such fees at the time of registration. The registration process will not be completed until arrangements for payment have been satisfied by the respective finance office.
Students will observe all regulations in effect at the host institution during the term in which they are enrolled including, but not limited to, academic integrity policies, calendar deadlines and procedures for withdrawing from classes.
Students registering on the cross-registration basis must present the completed cross-registration form to the host institution in order to register. This can be done in-person, via fax or send via email with the pdf document attached.
Students will need to make arrangements for parking privileges with the host institution and pay any associated fees.
Please contact the Registrar’s Office of the home institution for further information. Saint Michael's College students call 802.654.2571 or visit Founders Hall, Room 112.