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What exactly is the D-Plan? Can a student take any term off every year as long as their course requirements are met for graduation?

Last updated 04/27/07

The D-Plan refers simply to a student's enrollment pattern – which terms she or he will be on campus, which terms she or he will be doing an off-campus program (i.e., registered for classes but not in Hanover), and which terms will be off. A student is required to be on campus Fall, Winter, and Spring of the first year, their sophomore summer, and Fall, Winter and Spring of their senior year. For more information, visit The D-Plan: What it is and how it works.

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Last updated: 04/27/07