Each institution has its own criteria for issuing an LOP. They will consider your residency (how many credit hours you’ve already taken at your home institution), your academic performance, and more. Since requirements vary by institution, go here for specific information.
- What is a Letter of Permission?
- Do I need an LOP to register for a course listed on the eCourses website?
- When should I request my LOP?
- How long does it take to get an LOP?
- Is there a fee for an LOP?
- I have a question about my LOP. Who should I speak to?
- Who receives and processes my request for an LOP?
- Where can I find information about my home institution’s LOP process?
- Does the LOP guarantee that I'll get into the course?
- I requested my LOP. What's my next step?
- I requested my LOP. Am I registered?
- I requested an LOP, but decided not to take the course. What do I have to do?