Class Schedule Information and Enrollment Policies - PDF documents of Class Schedule information and policies. Find information about campus, enrollment, and other student resources and policies.
Class Attendance Policy
The student is responsible for class attendance after completion of registration. The student must cancel before the first day of classes to avoid being charged fees and tuition. Students who do not attend classes beginning the first day may be canceled from a course if there is high demand for seats from students who are waiting to enroll in courses. HOWEVER, STUDENTS SHOULD UNDERSTAND THAT NON-ATTENDANCE AND/OR NON-PAYMENT OF FEES WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY RESULT IN CANCELLATION OF ENROLLMENT. THE STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DROPPING COURSES BY THE APPROPRIATE DEADLINES IN ORDER TO AVOID TUITION CHARGES.
To be considered full-time, a student must be enrolled in at least the number of credit hours listed below, depending on the semester:
|Fall / Spring||Summer|
|Graduate||9 *||4 *|
* Two credit hours are considered as Full-time enrollment for graduate students in their final term.
Note to students applying for Veterans' Benefits: VA may not accept all hours taken when determining benefits. Consult the Veteran Student Services Office in Buchanan Hall, Rm. 330, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Note to students applying for Financial Aid: Additional enrollment regulations may apply. Please consult Financial Aid Services for more information.
Credit Hour Enrollment Limits
There are limits on how many credit hours a student may enroll in each semester, without permission of the student's dean. These limits are listed below:
FALL/SPRING: 19 hours for undergraduates; 16 hours for graduates.
SUMMER: 9 hours for undergraduates; 9 hours for graduates.
Pass / No Pass Enrollment
Students may elect to enroll in courses on a Pass/No Pass basis, but should understand that Colleges may not count Pass/No Pass enrollments when determining whether the student has fulfilled the requirements for a degree. Specific College limits are listed below.
Academic Affairs. The Pass/No Pass option may be used to fulfill no more than 16 credit hours of free electives only. The Pass/No Pass option may not be used to fulfill requirements for any General Education, College, major, major support, or minor requirements.
Architecture. The Pass/No Pass option will not count toward any College of Architecture degree requirements.
Arts & Sciences. The Pass/No Pass option may be used to fulfill no more than 16 credit hours of free electives only. The Pass/No Pass option may not be used to fulfill requirements for any General Education, College, major, major support, or minor requirements.
Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences. A Pass/No Pass enrollment will not count toward any College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences degree requirement.
Business. The Pass/No Pass option may not be used with any College of Business course, General Education requirement, or specifically required course. Business majors may take a maximum of 12 hours of P/NP in free, non-business electives. Not to exceed 1 course per semester.
Continuing Education (Aviation). The Pass/No Pass option may not be used to fulfill requirements for any General Education, College, major, major support or minor requirements. P/NP may be used in the free electives, as long as they are not aviation courses.
Earth and Energy. A Pass/No Pass enrollment will not count toward any College of Earth and Energy degree requirement.
Education. The Pass/No Pass option may be used only on courses belonging to one of the general education areas of free electives.
Engineering. The Pass/No Pass option may be used only on courses belonging to one of the general education areas of free electives.
Fine Arts. Students are allowed a maximum of 16 hours of elective credit under the Pass/No Pass option. Courses completed under the pass/no pass option may not be used to fulfill the University-Wide General Education requirements, major requirements, or major support requirements.
Graduate. A Pass/No Pass enrollment will not count toward any Graduate degree requirement.
International Studies. The Pass/No Pass option may be used to fulfill no more than 16 credit hours of free electives only. The Pass/No Pass option may not be used to fulfill requirements for any General Education, College, major, major support, or minor requirements.
Journalism. No more than 16 semester credit hours earned under the Pass/No Pass option will apply toward the degree. P/NP credit may not be used to satisfy general education, college, major, major support, or minor requirements. Transfer credit graded P/NP is counted as part of the 16 semester credit hours earned.
Law. A Pass/No Pass enrollment will not count toward any Law degree requirement.
University College. The Pass/No Pass option is allowed, with Dean's permission, for University College students who are above the freshman level.
Both grades, Pass and No Pass, are considered neutral grades in the computation of grade point averages, i.e. credit hours for Pass, though earned, will not be included in grade point averaging, and credit hours for No Pass simply will not be earned. Pre-professional students who plan to apply for admission to professional schools such as law or medicine after completion of an undergraduate degree are advised that courses taken on the Pass/No Pass option may hinder admission possibilities when grade point average is a major consideration. For advice, the student should consult the admissions office of the professional school where he/she intends to apply.
Before enrolling in courses on the Pass/No Pass option, students should consult with their advisers or personnel in college offices to be certain of approved enrollment.
Students may change enrollment in a course by the add/drop procedure to or from the Pass/No Pass option through the end of the second week of a regular semester or the first week of a summer session in Enrollment Services. College and/or adviser approval should be obtained prior to any change.
To prevent discrimination in grading, the student’s choice of P/NP grading will not be made known to the instructor of a course. The grade will be automatically assigned at the end of the course on the basis of the letter grade submitted by the instructor. The lowest letter grade required to receive a P grade in a course will be C.
Other University Policies
- Refund Policy
- In-State/Out-of-State Tuition Policy
- Reasonable Accommodation Policy
- Release of Student Information
- Policy on Prevention of Alcohol Abuse and Drug Use on Campus and in the Workplace
- Student Code
- University Policies on Discrimination, Sexual Harassment/Sexual Assault, Consensual Sexual Relationships, Retaliation and Racial and Ethnic Harassment Policy