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Student Campus Decision Making

The state requires reports by campus—Utica and Rome. Reports include Admissions, Enrollment, Disabilities and Graduates, so both matriculated and non-matriculated students have to be assigned to a campus.
For matriculated students
A. If a program is registered only on the Rome campus, then the student is a Rome student.
B. If a program is registered only on the Utica campus, then the student is a Utica student.
C. If a program is registered on both campuses, then the student is assigned to the campus based on behavior (where does the student take most hours).
D. If a student’s intent or behavior is internet campus, then s/he is assigned to Rome based on Rome only programs; otherwise, s/he is assigned to Utica.
E. Behavior trumps intent (program registration and intent may conflict). If neither can be determined, use distance from home to campus.
F. If a student changes programs, then the campus will change to correspond as much as possible to A through E; otherwise campus remains the same.
For non-matriculated students:
G. A dual credit student is assigned based on high school attended (see Dual Credit And Other Sites By Campus).
H. A non-dual credit student is assigned based on where the student registers for most hours. If Utica and Rome hours are equal, then use distance of student home to campus.
I. Campus remains the same until student matriculates.

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