If your GO Long program or program track was not listed in the searchable database, it is a Non-Approved Program. Occasionally students find that they would have academic reasons for applying to a Non-Approved Program. In this case, you must complete the Application for Permission to Study with a Non-Approved Program questionnaire.
SU provides a list of other recommended programs for consideration in these cases. Some students may choose to spend a second semester on an SU GO Long program. In either case, no SU aid is available; however, state and federal aid may continue to be available. Credit may only be transferred from these programs for courses pre-approved in advance by the appropriate department heads and/or the university Curriculum Committee as described above. Fees vary by program and there is an additional administrative fee.
Students approved to participate on a non-approved program must pay the tuition and fees of the program to which they are applying and a $2,000 administrative fee. No SU aid is available for non-approved programs, but students can apply for state/federal aid.
Any students planning to go on a Non-Approved program will need to meet with the GO Office to discuss their program and to have the program approved to fill the GO requirement. Interested students can schedule a meeting