Past the Point of No Return!
Written by Bwog Staff
In case you weren’t worried enough about seeing/not seeing your family over Thanksgiving—or perish the thought, even about looming finals—here’s something else.
Tomorrow, November 18th, is the deadline both for CC students to switch a class to P/D/F and for SEAS students to drop a class. There are various and sundry rules and people you should talk to if you want to get on that. Full emails after the jump.
And for fun, name that musical and song!
For CC students: tomorrow is the deadline to P/D/F a class is tomorrow. Full email below.
Dear CC Students,
Just a reminder that tomorrow, November 18th is the last day to P/D/F
a course. Please remember that you can not P/D/F any classes taken for
the core and that most departments will not accept courses taken P/D/F
for a major or concentration (see the bulletin for exceptions).
If you’d like to register for a course P/D/F you can submit the
attached form to the Registrar. No signatures needed. If you decide to
uncover a course taken for a P in the Fall 2010 semester, you have
until the last day to add a course in the Spring 2011 semester to do
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Center for Student Advising
For SEAS students: tomorrow is the deadline to drop a class. Email also below.
Dear SEAS students:
Please be advised that the last day to drop a course is Thursday, November 18th.
1st year students:
If you are seeking to drop a course, please complete a drop form, e-mail me a brief explanation for the drop and submit the drop form to me in 403 Lerner Hall no later than 3:00 pm on Thursday, November 18th. My signature is required.
2nd through 4th year students:
If you are seeking to drop a course that is required for the major, please contact your faculty advisor (Only faculty advisor signature required for drop of major courses):
Otherwise, please e-mail me with a brief explanation for the drop and submit a drop form to me in 403 Lerner Hall no later than 3:00 pm on Thursday, November 18th. My signature is required for all drops of non-major courses.
Advising Dean, Center for Student Advising
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