|Welcome to the Registrar's website. The Registrar's Office is responsible for maintaining student academic records and communicating college academic policy. Other services include fulfilling transcript requests, coordinating course registration, performing graduation audits and generally ensuring that faculty and students understand the contents of the college catalog, the Bulletin.|
Summer Course Withdrawal Period
A 'W' grade will be applied to any course withdrawal completed by the specific deadline. Note: Any withdrawal after the course-specific deadline are treated as a 'WF' (Withdraw-Failing).
The electronic course withdrawal form may be accessed by clicking here:
*Please reference the College Bulletin for the tuition refund
*Please reference the College Bulletin for the tuition refund policy.
Please keep in mind that
the Registrar's Office faithfully follows deadlines and you may run
into serious difficulty if you don't adhere to the deadline dates
Please keep in mind that the Registrar's Office faithfully follows deadlines and you may run into serious difficulty if you don't adhere to the deadline dates and timelines.
Summer Online Course Information
Independent Study, Independent Research, and Internships must be fully completed with all signatures and accompanying documents before being turned in to the Registrar's Office.
These experiences require a separate application and accompanying documents. There is a $300 fee charged for each experience. Note: Independent study and research experiences are not available during the winter, intersession, or summer terms. The applications for each are available here:
HUMA Courses: Please be aware that all Humanities courses for both the fall and spring semesters have a limit on the number of students that can enroll in each section. Students will not be signed in above the seat limit. If a seat is open, you may register for that course online. Please do not contact individual professors to see if they will sign you into a course that is full. Drop/add forms will not be accepted for full HUMA courses. If you have any questions, please contact Calderwood Dean, Dr. Kemeny.
HUMA 200: Recommended to be completed by the end of the sophomore year. Prerequisites are HUMA 102 (or RELI 211 or 212) and WRIT 101.
HUMA 202 and 301 may be taken anytime. There are no prerequisites for these courses.
HUMA 303: Prerequisites are HUMA 200 and either HUMA 202 or 301.
SSFT: Prerequisites are a lab science course and HUMA 102 (or RELI 211/212). Note: The lab science course may be taken concurrently with the SSFT course. Arts and Letters majors, including Math and Computer Information System and Computer Science majors, should complete the SSFT requirement by the end of their sophomore year. Science and Engineering majors should complete the SSFT requirement by the end of their junior year.
PHYE: After completing PHYE 100, a student may only complete one PHYE course per semester and only six credits of PHYE electives may count toward graduation.
Overloads: The combined total of credit and audit hours over 17 is considered an overload and charged an additional fee.
Future Opportunities for Course Scheduling: