This web page offers a comprehensive look at registration, coursework, grading and other academic information for faculty and staff in the College of Education. Links to university and Board of Regents policies, academic calendars, course descriptions and forms for petitions and appeals are also listed below for your convenience.
Registration Adjustments After Late Registration Has Ended for the Semester.
Registration Adjustment requests must be requested from the department that teaches the course.
When submitting the request to the Office of the Registrar, the department must include the following information:
*Request to withdraw, please indicate estimated last date of attendance
Note: The appeal for a course-add should not exceed the student’s maximum course load allowed. Requests for exceptions to the maximum course load (18 for undergraduate and 25 for graduate) will be considered by the Student Advisement Center or the Office of Academic Assistance in the student’s college. (FYI: Credit hours from withdrawn courses are included in the maximum course load.) Any adjustments to the maximum course load MUST be completed by SAC or the OAA and on the student’s record prior to submitting a registration adjustment to the Office of the Registrar.
If the request to add a course is approved and processed, the Office of the Registrar will send an email to the student’s email@example.com email account. In addition to any tuition and fee charges, the student’s account will be charged a $37.50 manual adjustment fee. This fee is charged for each appeal (course) approved. (FYI: If this is a first-attempt to register, a $50 non-refundable late fee will be charged in addition to the $37.50 manual adjustment fee.) The student is responsible for immediately paying any tuition and fees incurred from the course-add. Failure to do so will result in a hold on the student’s record.
If the student decides not to attend the course once it has been added, the student’s only option will be to withdraw from the course via PAWS. (FYI: Students must withdraw from all courses to be eligible for a refund).
Grade Adjustment Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Extensions for I grade:
According to policy, the university requires that a grade of I be removed no later than the end of the second academic term after the grade of I was assigned (whether or not the student was enrolled during these two terms). However, instructors may want to extend the deadline for the "I" to be removed.
To extend an "I" grade beyond the second term, the instructor needs to:
Roll Verification Instructions
Please note: Indicating the student has NOT attended will NOT automatically drop the student from the roll. At this point in the semester, a student will remain on your roll and can only be withdrawn from the course - not dropped.