What is the reason for a Continuous Enrollment Hold?
The matriculated Classified graduate student must maintain continuous enrollment during each nine-month academic year until graduation. The academic department (major field) determines whether or not graduate students must also enroll each summer. Alternatively, students in summers-only programs must register every summer until degree requirements are fully completed. The student violating the mandatory continuous-enrollment policy must pay a fee/penalty determined by the number of consecutive semesters not enrolled. If a student does not enroll for a period of three years or longer, a new application for admission will be required along with a $20 application fee.
How do I fix this?
Please contact the Graduate Education Candidacy Advisor
Doctoral Students - Christine Harper, firstname.lastname@example.org, (314) 977-2243
Master's Students - Cherell Johnson, email@example.com, (314) 977-2245