There are very few undergraduate students that are exempt from the language requirement. However, those that are exempt generally fall into one of these categories:
Students pursuing certain specific degrees. A current list can be found under the language section at http://bulletin.du.edu/undergraduate/undergraduateprograms/traditionalbachelorsprogram/degreesanddegreerequirements/
Students with a documented disability through the Disability Services Program (DSP). DSP must specifically approve a FOLA substitution, in which case a list of alternative courses taught in English to satisfy the requirement will be provided.
Students who have completed their entire secondary education (high school or the equivalent) in a language other than English. These students often must instead take certain English courses.
Speaking a second language at home, having extensive experience in a second language, having AP/IB credits in a language, or having taken many years of high school language courses are NOT grounds for a FOLA exemption.
All exemptions must be approved by the Office of the Registrar. They can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For basic information about FOLA, click here.
For information about how to fulfill FOLA with LL&C, click here.