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The Office of Research Collaboration is pleased to announce a collaborative parking agreement for faculty and staff starting fall semester, 2004. To encourage collaborative research and academic initiatives, Bowling Green State University and The University of Toledo will honor each other’s faculty and staff parking permits on all three campuses. Any faculty or staff member holding a current parking permit will be allowed to park in a valid parking spot at any of the three institutions. Those parking at the host institutions must follow the parking regulations for each campus. Please refer to each university web site for parking maps and regulations:
- BGSU: http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/safety/
- UT: http://utoledo.edu/parkingservices
- Click here for the full parking agreement (Word Document)
A common academic calendar was established among UT and BGSU in 1994 that facilitated student enrollment at all three schools. Previously, students took courses at one institution on the quarter system and at the same time at another institution on the semester system. The common calendar allows students to conveniently take advantage of the Cooperative Registration Agreement and for the development of consortia degree/certificate programs.
The three universities run a Regional Book Depository to make less-used research materials available with one day’s notice. UT and BGSU have one contract for journal and bindery services to buy and bind research materials in a cost effective manner.
The BGSU/UT Cooperative Registration Agreement allows graduate students at one institution to enroll and receive graduate credit for classes offered at another institution. Credit and grades earned at the host institution count as resident credit (not as transfer credit) at the home institution. Instructional and non-resident fees are waived by the host institution for graduate students who have paid full-time instructional and non-resident fees at their home institution, or who are graduate assistants, teaching fellows, or recipients of tuition scholarship awards at their home institution.
This program was developed for undergraduate students who want to register for classes at both institutions simultaneously. One form is used by both institutions for application to this program and registration for courses. All concurrent registrations appear on both transcripts, are considered for resident credit, and are included in the grade point average.