Students normally take no more than 2 courses per session during the Summer term. This is considered equivalent to a full-time load. Students on probation, with a number of previous failures or with outstanding work from a previous term should not exceed this course load. Students in good standing taking more than 2 courses should closely monitor their ability to keep up with the assigned readings, complete assignments on time and achieve a satisfactory academic standing in all work in each course. Students should be aware of the established deadlines for dropping courses without academic penalty and are expected to drop courses, if necessary, before deadlines. Taking more than 2 courses per term does not constitute sufficient grounds for an academic appeal to drop courses after the deadline.