Based on your search selections, your course load is broken down above. This represents the number of units that make up a 100% course load (for both the full year and for one term
*Disclaimer: Always cross-reference these results with the Academic Calendar. If there is a discrepancy with the course load calculator, go by the Academic Calendar.
In most cases, one course = 3 units.
Reminder: this tool only applies to undergraduate programs. Graduate programs don’t have course load percentages, you are either enrolled in a full-time grad program or a part-time grad program.
Finding your percentage
To find your course load percentage for each term:
- Divide the number of units you’re enrolled in by the 100% course load for one term
- Example: enrolled in 9 units, 100% is 15 units: 9/15 = .6 or 60% course load
If you’re taking courses in BOTH the spring and summer sessions, use the same calculation above.
If you’re only taking courses in ONE OF the spring OR summer session, divide the 100% course load for one term by 2 and then divide the number of units you’re enrolled in by that number.
- Example: enrolled in 3 units, 100% for one term is 15 units (15/2 = 7.5): 3/7.5 = .4 or 40% course load
Am I part time or full time?
If your course load is below 60% for your program, you are part-time. If your course load is above 60%, you are full time.
Students with a disability
If you have a documented permanent disability, you are considered full time if your course load is above 40%. Permanent disability documentation needs to be provided to OSAP.
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