A "finishing" student is a student who in enrolling in the last 75 credits they need to complete their studies.
Students who have passed at least 165 credits and who have enrolled in all of their remaining credits have the following rights in order to help them finalize their studies:
- In the second semester, they can re-enroll in a course that they did not pass during the first semester.
- In the above case, in the second semester students must enroll in all of the credits remaining for them to finish their studies.
Within this group, if students have just 24 credits remaining to finish their studies they:
- Must enroll in all of the credits they need to finish their degree
- Have the right to request an extraordinary exam, regardless of the semester the class is taught. This must be requested during enrollment at the beginning of the year.