The last day of the Schedule Adjustment Period is Monday, September 11, 2017 for the fall semester. Sometime before this date you should review your courses and check that your official enrollment matches the courses you are attending. Often, students do not realize that they are still enrolled in a course which they thought they had dropped, or do not know that they are attending a course in which they are not enrolled.
It is much easier to correct these problems now, than at the end of the semester when your grades are posted.
Add and Drop Classes: Students can add, drop or change course sections during the schedule adjustment period. Courses added prior to and during the schedule adjustment period will appear on the student’s permanent record. Courses dropped prior to or during the schedule adjustment period will not appear on the student record, nor will they count towards the number of attempts a student has for any given course.
Pass-Fail Policy: Courses for which this option applies must be electives in the student's program. The courses may not be college, major, field of concentration, or general education program requirements. The full policy can be viewed on the Undergraduate Catalog:
What should you do?
- Check your enrollment in Testudo under “Registration (Drop/Add)” by September 11th.
- Make sure you are enrolled in all of the correct courses.
- Make sure you have dropped those you no longer plan to take.
- Visit BSOS Advising if you have any questions!
The BSOS Advising Center can get busy during the beginning of the semester, so please schedule an appointment early!