Request to exceed your maximum amount of hours per semester.
Submit form to Ellison Hall, Room 124.
Complete the Retroactive Add petition if you only need to ADD one or more classes from a previous semester.
Complete the Retroactive Drop petition if you only need to DROP one or more classes from a previous semester.
Complete the Retroactive Drop/Add petitition if you need to drop AND add a class from a previous semester. This form is typically used for students who need to change their credit hours for a course (e.g. going from 1 to 3 credit hours), although there may be other circumstances.
Use this form to request substitute course work to meet the university general education and college-specific foreign language requirements. Substitutions are allowed only after a student has documented that s/he is an individual with a disability as defined under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, and that the functional impact of the disability prevents the student from completing the degree requirements as specified in the General Catalog. This requires approval from the Disability Resource Center, following receipt of acceptable documentation of the student's disability.
An incomplete is designed for students who, through circumstances usually not within their control, cannot complete the last 10-30% of the required assignments in a course.
Complete the Contract if you are requesting an Incomplete.
Complete the Extension if you are completing a grade of "I" after the year deadline has elapsed, and you have your instructor's permission to do so.
The College of Arts and Sciences makes available a limited amount of travel funding each year for outstanding undergraduate students with a declared CAS major and graduate students making strong progress toward completion of a CAS degree program.
Requests for funding must be submitted to the CAS Dean’s Office no later than 30 days prior to the start date of travel. In exceptional cases, students may request a waiver of this 30-day requirement, but no retroactive requests will be approved.
Note to Departmental Staff: The academic unit should submit the CAS Reimbursement Request Form (docx) along with the CAS commitment and paid supporting documentation (email approval and Commitment vs. Budget sheets) to the CAS Dean’s Office to request reimbursement. Approved funds will be available to each unit for a maximum of six months after the completion of travel.