CODO

The demand for enrollment in some majors in the College of Technology currently exceeds the resource capacity to meet that demand. For this reason some departments must limit CODOs based on a semester-by-semester analysis of the total department enrollment.

Students on academic probation may not CODO into the CIT program.

There are two levels that students can qualify for CODO application:

  • Application Requirements Level I - 3.25 cumulative GPA and completion of courses listed below* with a C or above will automatically be admitted to CIT.
  • Application Requirements Level II - Admission minimum 2.8 adjusted GPA with completion of courses listed below with a C or above.

The Department will review all CODO applications that have at least a 2.8 adjusted GPA.

*Must complete all courses listed with a grade of C or better prior to CODOing into CIT:

  • ENGL10600 (or ENGL 10100; ENGL 10300; ENGL 10800) Or Com 11400
  • Calculus I (or MA 22300/16110/16100/16500)
  • CNIT Gateway class CNIT 18000 or CNIT 17600 

You must attend an informational mandatory CODO meeting to be able to CODO. You must bring 2 copies of your CODO papers signed by you and your current school advisor to the meeting. Bringing the CODO papers must be done in the semester prior to the term you want to become a CIT student. You can print your CODO papers online at mypurdue.

NOTE: YOU MUST ATTEND A CIT CODO INFORMATION MEETING BEFORE BEING ELIGIBLE TO CODO, TO UTILIZE WALK-IN HOURS OR TO MEET WITH A CIT ADVISOR.

CODO Meetings:

Sign up for a meeting by clicking one of the following sessions:

Thursday September 25th  10:30am - 11:30am Knoy 256

Wednesday October 22nd 10:30am - 11:30am Knoy 256

Thursday November 13th 10:30am - 11:30am Knoy 256

Tuesday November 25th 11;30am - 12:30pm Knoy 256

Friday December 5th 1:30pm - 2:30pm Knoy 256

 

Students enrolled in the appropriate courses and have the minimum GPA after grades are posted at the end of the semester may be accepted. Acceptance is also determined on the space available in the school.