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Report I
Restricted Credit Hours

Report I shows restricted credit hours by student level (undergraduate, graduate and residency status (resident, nonresident, and WUE). Restricted credits are removed from the final FTE enrollment figures used to generate state funding for the units of the Montana University System and the community colleges.

Restricted credit hours are those generated in any course or program for which instruction was funded by sources outside the institution's regular operating budget (current unrestricted). If instructional funding was prorated between current unrestricted and restricted funds, the student credit hours generated should be prorated also.

Credit hours generated by Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) programs are not considered restricted credit hours. Similarly, if an instructor's salary is funded through an endowed chair or supplemented by private donation, the student credit hours generated by those funds are counted as unrestricted student credit hours.

This report does not apply to private colleges.


Office of the Registrar
Institution Name
City, State
REPORT I
RESTRICTED CREDIT HOURS
End of Third Week
Term and Year
Date

  FUNDING STUDENT CREDIT HOURS
  CIP CODE PROGRAM/COURSE SOURCE Resident Nonresident WUE Total

Undergraduate
  23.0101 English 001 U.S. Department of Education # # # #
  23.0101 English 002 U.S. Department of Education # # # #
  27.0101 Math 085 U.S. Department of Education # # # #
  Continue... # # # #
  Total Undergraduate # # # #

Graduate
  50.0901 Music 580 Faculty Grant # # # #
  Continue... # # # #
  Total Graduate # # # #

TOTAL RESTRICTED CREDITS # # # #

Registrar's Name
Registrar

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