Fall 2017 registration
The registration schedule for the week is as follows:Fall registration opens this morning for graduate students. As a reminder, registration priority is based on credit hours earned. The schedule for this week is as follows:
|Monday||Mar 20||Juniors||77||8 a.m.|
|Tuesday||Mar 21||Juniors||66||8 a.m.|
|Wednesday||Mar 22||Juniors||56||8 a.m.|
|Thursday||Mar 23||Sophomores||45||8 a.m.|
|Friday||Mar 24||Sophomores||36||8 a.m.|
Priority registration goes through next Tuesday, March 28 when freshmen with zero credit hours can register starting at noon.
Last day to withdraw
After tonight, withdrawal from a course will only be permitted through the hardship panel withdrawal process of GAPDAC. Documentation will be required and the Hardship Panel will determine if a hardship exists and whether a withdrawal is warranted. Students initiate this process through the Ombudsman’s Office.
Midterm grading ended last Monday for the spring semester. Midterm grades were reported in 1,103 sections (22% of sections offered this semester). Thank you to the 612 instructors who took the time to submit a midterm grade this semester.
Here is a breakdown of midterm grades submitted by college:
|Arts & Sciences||1,844||494||27%|
|H & HS||633||99||16%|
Catalog proofs for the 2017-18 Undergraduate and Graduate online catalogs were sent to departments via email on March 6. Departments are asked to please look the proofs over, indicate any editorial corrections, and return them to Laurie Foster in the Registrar’s Office no later than April 7.
Each change must be identifiable, so please mark changes clearly. If you have any questions, please let Laurie know. Laurie may be reached at 7-4306 or email@example.com.
2,610 students registered during the first two days of fall 2017 registration.
- Mar. 20—Last day to withdraw from classes
- Apr. 24 - 28—Final exam week
- Apr. 29—Semester ends; Commencement
- May 2—Final grades due by noon