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Each semester classes are offered as full session, express session, and/or accelerated session. Any session may vary in the number of weeks that the classes meet. Students may register for the full session, alternative sessions or any combination thereof. Tuition rates and fees are applied based on the total number of enrolled hours per semester regardless of individual session hours. TN eCampus (formerly RODP) classes are not included in the calculation of fees for which there is a maximum charge.  Fees for TN eCampus classes are computed on a per hour basis with no maximum rate being applied. For any student registering for any course(s) or adding course(s), the assessment of course fees and late fees is determined by courses (if any) for which the student registered before the first official day of classes for each session. The primary consideration in determining what fees are assessed is whether the student is registering for courses or adding courses. For this purpose the following definitions shall be used:

Registering for courses - a student registers for a course(s) if he/she is not already enrolled in a course(s) meeting the same semester as the course(s) in which he/she is enrolling.

Adding courses- A student adds courses when he/she is already enrolled in a course(s) meeting the same semester as the course in which he/she is enrolling and has paid for those courses.

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