Posts Tagged ‘registration’

Business Core Courses: Three-Attempt Policy

Dear School of Business Students, As you know the School of Business has a three-attempt policy on Business Core courses and Accounting Major courses. In previous semesters, we had been adding an Academic Advisor hold on your account after the second failed attempt to prompt a conversation with your Academic Advisor, but we have changed […]

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Course Registration Errors? View This Checklist for Help!

“Repeat hours exceeded 6” Registration Error – If you received this error while trying to register for a course in Patriot Web, it is most likely because you are trying to register for your third attempt of one of the School of Business Core Courses or Accounting Major courses that fall under the School of […]

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Last Day to Add Classes for Fall – Tuesday, September 5th

Fall 2017 Add/Drop Dates: Last day to add classes—all individualized section forms due Last day to drop with no tuition penalty Tuesday, September 5 Last day to drop with a 33% tuition penalty Tuesday, September 19 Final Drop Deadline (67% tuition penalty) Friday, September 29 For add/drop deadlines of courses that meet less than a full semester, […]

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Academic Advising Hold for Two Unsuccessful Course Attempts

In accordance with the 3-Attempt Policy listed below, those students who have TWO (2) unsuccessful attempts in a course in which the policy applies after the completion of the spring 2017 semester, now have (or will have) an Academic Advising Hold placed on their account. Please meet with an Academic Advisor in the Office of […]

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Class Selective Withdrawal Period Ends March 31st

The selective withdrawal period for Spring 2017 runs from February 27th to March 31st.  Undergraduate students enrolled in degree programs are eligible to withdraw from a limited number of classes without Dean’s approval and at the student’s own discretion. Students may process a maximum of three such selective withdrawals during their entire undergraduate career at […]

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