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Schedule Changes

Students are encouraged to make the correct course choices at pre-enrollment. This is the time when the individual has the highest priority and best access to the courses needed. Course additions are not normally made after the deadline dates established for the semester. See Key Dates and Deadlines, a list of important dates published each semester and distributed to both students and faculty.

Courses less than a semester in length (half-semester courses, mini courses, etc.) should also be chosen at pre-enrollment. While students may sign up for them later, they have to compete with other students who may have a higher priority.

Students wishing to register subsequently for more than 18 s.h. may do so under the following conditions:

  • with their advisor’s approval if their cumulative GPA is 3.0 or above, and
  • with the approval of their advisor and the appropriate dean if their cumulative average is less than 3.0.

The special approval mentioned above is not required if the overload consists of MUSC 170, MUSC 270, MUSC 280, or any PHED activity course.

Note: Students who fail to register will be administratively withdrawn from the College and will risk losing scholarships, social security benefits, or other financial aid. Students who have been administratively withdrawn must apply for readmission to the College through the Academic Advisement Center.

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