Course Selection and Registration
To receive credit for course work taken during a particular term a student must be officially registered. Course registration information is available ten days before registration begins at the Course Registration Site or through the Registrars’ Office.
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Course Schedule Spring 2013
Course Schedule Fall 2013
Course pre-registration normally begins on April 15 for the fall semester and November 15 for the spring. Students are limited during the initial pre-registration period to no more than 17 credit hours of pre-registered (or wait-listed) courses. The policy of the University is to assign registration priority to students in accordance with the need of the students to enroll in a course in order to complete graduation requirements. Ordinarily, this will proceed in reverse order of class standing – second-semester seniors first, then first-semester seniors, etc. – until all students are registered. Exceptions to this can be made at the discretion of the Dean of Faculty in cases in which the need of underclassmen for access to some courses is greater than that of upper-classmen, or to preserve spaces in courses suitable for incoming students. Any such unusual restrictions should be explained on the Registrars’ web site. Students with overdue balances due at the Cashier’s Office will not be permitted to pre-register.
Students have a responsibility to return to campus promptly at the beginning of each semester. Students returning to AUBG at the beginning of the semester must officially sign in at the Registrars’ Office no later than 5:00 pm of the third day of regularly scheduled classes. The sign-in must be done in person. No student may sign in for another student, nor can any student send a proxy to fulfill the sign-in obligation. Students who fail to sign in by the deadline will have their registration cancelled for all classes. Students who arrive on campus after the sign-in deadline – and students who are on campus but fail to sign in by the sign-in deadline – may re-enroll using the usual add/drop process. No provision or guarantee can be made that spaces in any particular course or courses will still be available to students whose registration is cancelled due to failure to sign-in. If the re-enrollment occurs after the normal add/drop deadline, the late add/drop fee will apply.
Beginning of the first day of classes each semester, there is a designated add/ drop period of at least five class days during which any of the following actions can take a place: a student can add a course, change a section of a course, change credit status, change the grading of a course, or drop a course. Students must abide by all enrollment regulations when adding classes. During this time period students may drop courses for any reason. First-year students and students on academic probation require the approval of their advisor for registration. Request for the changes can be made online at the Course Registration Site or through the Registrars’ Office.
Late add/drop fee: There is no fee for drops and adds during the first week of classes. In exceptional circumstances, a student may be permitted by the Dean of Faculty to add or drop a course during the second week of classes. Whenever this is allowed, an additional fee of $100 per transaction (add, drop, or a combination of add and drop) will be assessed.