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Student Load                                                Undergraduate
Fall/Spring                                                 Full Time:	fall,	spring	or	summer	terms/semesters,	
	 Graduate	students	may	schedule	as	many	as		               12	or	more	hours.
16	hours	during	any	fall	or	spring	term/semester.	          Three-Quarter Time:	fall,	spring	or	summer	terms/
For	the	purpose	of	fulfilling	the	graduate	residence	       semesters,	9	to	11	hours.
requirement,	a	load	of	9	semester	hours	is	consid-          Half Time:	fall,	spring	or	summer	terms/semesters,	
ered	to	be	a	full	load.	Graduate	students	enrolled	         6	to	8	hours.
only	in	undergraduate	courses,	for	undergraduate	
credit,	may	request	special	consideration	by	the	           Graduate
graduate	dean.                                              Full Time:	fall,	spring	or	summer	terms/semesters,		
	 Note:	Special	restrictions	apply	to	the	load	             9	or	more	hours.
permitted	to	graduate	teaching	fellows	and	teaching	
assistants.	The	total	load	of	course	enrollment and	        Three-Quarter Time: fall,	spring	or	summer	terms/
teaching	assignment	may	not	exceed	16	semester	             semesters,	6	to	8	hours.
hours	in	any	fall	or	spring	term/semester.	Approval	        Half Time: fall,	spring	or	summer	terms/semesters,	
of	the	graduate	dean	is	required	for	loads	in	excess	       4	to	5	hours.
of	this	amount,	but	approval	will	not	be	granted	for	       	 Extension	courses	are	considered	non-traditional	
a	combined	load	in	excess	of	18	semester	hours.             credit	and	are	excluded	for	certification	purposes.
Summer                                                      	 International	students	also	may	request	Interna-
                                                            tional	Advising	(Kendall	Hall,	Room	171)	to	issue	
	 A	full-time	graduate	student	with	a	GPA	of	at	            letters	of	enrollment	for	the	use	of	foreign	govern-
least	3.000	may	select	from	sessions	for	a	maximum	         ments,	embassies,	scholarship	agencies	and	banks.
of	18	hours.	Constraints	apply	to	graduate	courses.	
Graduate	students	may	schedule	a	maximum	of		
4	hours	in	a	three	week	session	(3W1),	a	maximum	           Auditing
of	7	hours	in	each	five	week	session	(5W1,	5W2),	           	 With	the	written	permission	of	the	department	
a	maximum	of	9	hours	in	an	eight	week	session	              chair	and	the	dean	of	the	college	or	school	in	which	
(8W1),	or	a	maximum	of	9	hours	in	a	ten	week	ses-           the	course	is	taught,	an	individual	fully	eligible	to	
sion	(10W).	At	no	time	during	concurrently	running	         enroll	in	the	university	may	attend	a	class	as	an	audi-
summer	sessions	can	graduate	student	enrollment	            tor	without	receiving	college	credit.	The	auditor’s	
exceed	10	semester	hours.                                   name	will	not	be	entered	on	the	class	roll,	and	the	
	 For	purposes	of	fulfilling	the	graduate	residence	        instructor	will	not	accept	any	papers,	tests	or	exami-
requirements,	a	load	of	9	semester	hours	is	consid-         nations	from	the	auditor.
ered	a	full	load.	Graduate	students	enrolled	only	in	       	 Attendance	as	an	auditor	may	not	be	made	the	
undergraduate	courses	may	request	special	consid-           basis	of	a	claim	for	credit	in	the	course.	Only	one	
eration	from	the	graduate	dean.                             audit	fee	is	required	per	term/semester	regardless	
                                                            of	the	number	of	courses	audited.	Tuition	and	fees	
Overload                                                    information	is	available	online	at	www.unt.edu/tuition.
	 A	graduate	student	can	request	an	overload	of	            	 Permission	cards	for	auditors	are	not	available	
the	maximum	number	of	hours	allowed	in	a	term/              during	the	official	registration	period,	but	may	be	
semester	through	the	Robert	B.	Toulouse	School	of	          requested	in	the	offices	of	the	academic	deans	after	
Graduate	Studies.	All	requests	are	reviewed	and	the	        classes	begin.
student	notified	of	the	status	of	their	request	prior	to	   	 A	person	65	years	of	age	or	older	may	enroll	as	
the	end	of	registration	for	a	term/semester.                an	auditor	and	observer	without	credit	and	without	
                                                            payment	of	a	fee,	if	space	is	available	and	if	approved	
Enrollment Certification                                    by	the	department	chair	and	the	appropriate	dean.	
                                                            Such	enrollment	entitles	the	person	to	library	
	 Enrollment	verification	and	loan	deferments	are	
                                                            privileges,	but	not	to	instruction	in	applied	music	or	
completed	in	the	Registrar’s	Office	based	upon	the	
                                                            physical	education,	the	use	of	laboratory	equipment	
student’s	having	registered	and	paid	tuition	and	fees	
                                                            and	supplies,	or	admission	to	university-sponsored	
according	to	the	following	criteria.	See	“Special	Con-
                                                            fine	arts	events.
ditions	for	Financial	Aid	Recipients”	in	the	Financial	
Information	section	of	this	catalog	for	loan	defer-
ment	requirements.                                          Registration
                                                            	 All	registration	and	student	requested	sched-
                                                            ule	changes	are	conducted	via	web	registration	at	
                                                            my.unt.edu.	Specific	information	and	instructions	as	
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well	as	dates	are	found	in	the	Schedule of Classes	at	      title	appearing	on	the	UNT	academic	transcript	will	
essc.unt.edu/registrar	and	at	my.unt.edu.                   be	identical	to	that	of	the	course	as	offered	by	the	
                                                            other	institution.	Class	schedules	for	both	TAMU–C	
Late Registration                                           and	TWU	may	be	consulted	in	the	office	of	the	
                                                            graduate	dean,	UNT.
	 Students	who	are	unable	to	enroll	during	the	offi-
                                                            	 The	registration	procedure	described	above	is	
cial	registration	periods	must	pay	an	additional	fee	
                                                            available	only	to	graduate	students	admitted	to	one	
to	enroll	late.	See	the	Schedule of Classes	for	deadline	
                                                            of	the	degree	programs	jointly	offered	by	the	federa-
dates.
                                                            tion,	and	applies	to	graduate	courses	only.

Concurrent Enrollment at Another                            Enrollment at the Universities
Institution                                                 Center at Dallas
	 Graduate	students	must	secure	written	permis-
                                                            	 Students	enrolling	for	graduate	(or	upper	divi-
sion	from	the	graduate	dean	before	registering	for	
                                                            sion	undergraduate)	courses	offered	by	the	partner	
any	course	or	courses	at	another	institution	while	
                                                            universities	of	the	Universities	Center	at	Dallas	
registered	for	any	courses	at	UNT.	(Exception:	
                                                            (UCD),	a	Multi-Institutional	Teaching	Center	
Enrollment	at	UNT	for	courses	offered	by	Texas	
                                                            (MITC)	located	in	downtown	Dallas,	may	enroll	
A&M–Commerce	or	Texas	Woman’s	University	
                                                            at	their	home	institution	for	courses	offered	by	the	
under	the	cooperative	enrollment	program	of	the	
                                                            other	UCD	universities.	Enrollment	for	graduate	
Federation	of	North	Texas	Area	Universities	is	not	
                                                            students	will	be	handled	in	a	manner	similar	to	that	
considered	to	be	concurrent	enrollment.)
                                                            for	students	enrolling	in	courses	offered	by	the	Fed-
	 Failure	to	secure	the	required	permission	for	
                                                            eration	of	North	Texas	Area	Universities.	For	details	
concurrent	enrollment	prior	to	registration	at	the	
                                                            and	course	offerings	call	UCD	at	(214)	915-1900	or	
second	institution	may	cause	UNT	to	refuse	degree	
                                                            visit	UCD’s	web	site	at	www.ucddowntown.org.	UCD	
credit	for	the	work	taken	elsewhere.	In	no	case	may	
                                                            is	located	at	1901	Main	St.	in	downtown	Dallas.
the	combined	total	of	semester	hours	enrolled	for	
at	the	two	institutions	exceed	the	maximum	load	
permitted	to	graduate	students.                             University of North Texas Dallas
                                                            Campus
Federation of North Texas Area                              (UNT System Center at Dallas)
Universities Enrollment                                     John Ellis Price, PhD, CPA, Vice Provost
	 Under	arrangements	agreed	upon	by	the	                    	 The	University	of	North	Texas	Dallas	Campus	is	
members	of	the	Federation	of	North	Texas	Area	              an	off-campus	site	of	the	University	of	North	Texas	
Universities	(University	of	North	Texas,	Texas	             in	Denton.	Located	at	7300	Houston	School	Road	
A&M	University–Commerce	[TAMU–C]	and	Texas	                 in	Dallas,	the	UNT	Dallas	Campus	offers	junior-,	
Woman’s	University	[TWU]),	graduate	students	               senior-	and	graduate-level	courses	leading	to	bach-
in	specified	degree	programs	offered	jointly	by	the	        elor’s	and	master’s	and	doctoral	degrees.	Certificate	
members	of	the	federation	may	enroll	at	their	home	         and	endorsement	programs	and	courses	for	career	
institution	for	graduate	courses	offered	by	the	other	      advancement	are	also	provided.
two	universities.	To	be	eligible	for	cross-registration	    	 Students	who	enroll	at	the	UNT	Dallas	Campus	
at	either	of	the	other	two	universities,	students	must	     must	meet	the	same	admissions	requirements	as	
be	admitted	to	a	degree	program	or	be	working	on	           students	who	apply	to	the	UNT	campus	in	Denton.	
a	certification	plan	at	the	home	institution.	A	list	       Diplomas	granted	will	be	the	same	as	those	earned	
of	jointly	offered	degree	programs	appears	in	The	          by	students	attending	the	Denton	campus.
University	section	of	this	publication.                     	 In	January	2000,	UNT	began	offering	a	limited	
	 UNT	graduate	students	who	have	been	admitted	             number	of	academic	programs	at	the	UNT	Dal-
to	a	jointly	offered	degree	program	and	who	wish	           las	Campus	facility.	In	January	2007,	UNT	Dallas	
to	enroll	for	graduate	courses	offered	by	one	of	the	       Campus	opened	for	classes	in	its	new	home	at	7300	
other	universities	should	first	secure	their	major	         Houston	School	Road.	The	new	building,	a	three-
adviser’s	approval	of	registration	for	a	specific	course	   story	structure	with	a	view	of	the	Dallas	skyline,	
or	courses.	Students	register	at	UNT	for	the	desired	       is	located	four	miles	east	of	the	former	Hampton	
TAMU–C	or	TWU	courses	under	the	appropriate	                Road	location.	The	new	building	is	the	first	of	many	
UNT	departmental	prefix	and	course	number	5900	             planned	for	the	264-acre	campus	site	that	will	
or	5910	(for	master’s-level	courses)	or	6900	or	6910	       become	the	University	of	North	Texas	at	Dallas	—	
(for	doctoral-level	courses).	Section	numbers	for	          Dallas’	first	public	university	and	the	third	institution	
such	enrollment	are	790	through	799.	The	course	            in	the	UNT	System.	The	75,000-square-foot	facility	
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merges	contemporary	architecture	with	state-of-the-          classes	carry	residence	credit,	thus	enabling	many	
art	technology.	Students	experience	wireless	Internet	       people	in	the	Dallas–Fort	Worth	area	to	pursue	
access,	the	region’s	first	virtual	library,	advanced	        graduate	study	while	continuing	their	employment.	
video	conferencing	systems	and	video	monitors	               Consult	the	Schedule of Classes,	available	prior	to	
at	main	entry	points	showing	daily	schedules	and	            spring	and	fall	registration,	for	schedule	details.
building	activities.	In	addition,	the	facility	is	staffed	   	 A	few	of	these	classes	also	are	available	during	
with	student	service	professionals	to	help	students	         summer	terms/sessions.	Again,	consult	the	Schedule
with	admissions,	advising,	counseling,	financial	aid,	       of Classes.
job	placement,	registration,	disability	accommoda-
tion	and	other	student	services.                             Off-Campus Courses
	 As	enrollment	increases,	more	academic	
                                                             	 Many	graduate	courses	for	residence	credit	are	
programs	will	be	added.	When	Dallas	Campus	
                                                             available	at	various	locations	in	the	Dallas–Fort	
enrollment	reaches	1,000	full-time	equivalent	(FTE)	
                                                             Worth	area.	Registration	procedures	for	off-campus	
students	for	one	term/semester,	UNT	at	Dallas	will	
                                                             residence	courses	are	the	same	as	for	courses	offered	
be	created	and	will	begin	to	grant	degrees.
                                                             on	the	UNT	campus.	Initial	application	for	admis-
	 For	current	information	about	the	University	of	
                                                             sion	to	the	Toulouse	School	of	Graduate	Studies	
North	Texas	Dallas	Campus,	call	(972)	780-3600,	
                                                             must	be	submitted	to	the	graduate	dean’s	office	on	
or	check	out	the	UNT	Dallas	Campus	web	site	at	
                                                             the	Denton	campus.	Information	concerning	specific	
www.unt.edu/dallas.
                                                             off-campus	courses	is	available	prior	to	and	during	
Current Programs                                             each	registration	period.
	 Undergraduate programs:	accounting	control	                	 Students	considering	enrollment	for	courses	at	
systems,	applied	arts	and	sciences	(health	care	man-         off-campus	centers	are	reminded	of	the	rule	of	the	
agement,	health	information	management,	human	               Texas	Higher	Education	Coordinating	Board,	that	
services,	legal	information	management	or	organi-            at	least	one-third	of	the	semester	hours	required	for	
zational	development),	computer	science,	criminal	           any	graduate	degree	from	UNT	must	be	completed	
justice,	entrepreneurship,	finance,	general	business,	       in	courses	on	the	Denton	campus.
general	studies,	human	service	management	and	
leadership,	interdisciplinary	studies	(elementary	           Course Changes
education,	six	tracks),	logistics	and	supply	chain	          Adding Courses
management,	marketing,	mathematics	with	teacher	             	 Graduate	students	must	initiate	all	requests	
certification,	organizational	behavior	and	human	            for	adding	courses	in	their	academic	department.	
resources	management,	and	sociology.                         Departmentally	approved	adds	must	then	be	deliv-
	 Graduate programs:	master’s level –	business	              ered	to	the	Toulouse	School	of	Graduate	Studies,	
administration	(strategic	management),	counseling,	          ESSC	Room	354,	for	final	approval.	Consult	the	
criminal	justice,	educational	administration	(princi-        Academic	Calendar	for	dates	during	which	adds	are	
pal	certification),	higher	education	(student	services	      allowed.
administration),	information	science,	library	science;	
doctoral level – educational	administration.                 Dropping Courses
	 Certifications, certificates and endorsements:	            	 Students	who	wish	to	drop	a	course	before	the	
adolescent	counseling	certificate,	adult	counseling	         12th	class	day	of	fall	or	spring	terms/semesters	or	
certificate,	alternative	dispute	resolution	certificate,	    before	the	equivalent	dates	for	summer	sessions	may	
applied	gerontology	certificate,	bilingual	education	        do	so	in	the	Registrar’s	Office	or	at	my.unt.edu.	After	
certification,	community	counseling	certificate,	            the	12th	class	day	for	fall	or	spring	terms/semesters	
diversity	certificate,	educational	diagnostician	            or	the	equivalent	dates	for	summer	sessions,	stu-
certification,	English–technical	writing	certificate,	       dents	must	first	receive	the	written	consent	of	their	
English	as	a	second	language	certification,	substance	       instructor	prior	to	dropping	a	course.	The	instruc-
abuse	treatment	certificate.                                 tor	may	withhold	consent	for	students	to	drop	for	
                                                             any	reason	provided	the	instructor	has	informed	
	 See	the	Academic	Program	Options	charts	in	this	           students	in	writing	at	the	beginning	of	the	term/
catalog	for	specific	degree	option	listings.                 semester.	Students	applying	for	financial	aid	are	
                                                             required	to	notify	Student	Financial	Aid	and	Schol-
Evening and Saturday Classes                                 arships	before	dropping	any	class	to	learn	how	it	will	
	 A	large	number	of	classes	at	the	graduate	level	are	       affect	current	or	future	financial	aid	eligibility.
scheduled	for	one	three-hour	meeting	per	week	dur-           	 The	grade	of	W	is	recorded	for	any	course	
ing	the	spring	and	fall	terms/semesters,	usually	on	         dropped	with	the	instructor’s	consent	prior	to	the	
Saturday	morning	or	on	a	weekday	evening.	These	             end	of	the	sixth	week	of	classes	for	fall	or	spring	
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terms/semesters	or	the	equivalent	dates	for	summer	        cards	from	the	Dean	of	Students	Office	for	presenta-
sessions.	After	that	time	the	student	must	have	a	         tion	to	their	instructors.	Students	with	authorized	
passing	grade	for	the	instructor	to	assign	a	grade	of	     absence	cards	may	make	up	the	work	missed	when	
W	for	a	dropped	course;	otherwise,	the	grade	WF	is	        practical	or	be	given	special	allowance	so	they	are	
recorded.                                                  not	penalized	for	the	absence.
	 Instructors	may	drop	students	with	grades	of	WF	
from	courses	for	non-attendance	at	any	time	after	         Absence for Religious Holidays
the	completion	of	the	sixth	week	of	classes	for	fall	or	   	 In	accordance	with	state	law,	students	absent	due	
spring	terms/semesters	or	the	equivalent	dates	for	        to	the	observance	of	a	religious	holiday	may	take	
summer	sessions.	See	“Class	Attendance.”                   examinations	or	complete	assignments	scheduled	for	
	 No	student	may	drop	any	course	after	Tuesday	            the	day(s)	missed,	including	those	missed	for	travel,	
of	a	given	semester’s	10th	week	for	fall	or	spring	        within	a	reasonable	time	after	the	absence.	The	
terms/semesters	or	the	equivalent	dates	for	summer	        student	should	notify	the	instructor	of	each	class	of	
sessions.                                                  the	date	of	the	anticipated	absence	as	early	in	the	
	 Drop	procedures	must	be	completed	by	5	p.m.	             term/semester	as	possible.
on	the	deadline	dates	specified	in	the	Academic	           	 Only	holidays	or	holy	days	observed	by	a	religion	
Calendar.	After	these	dates	a	student	may	not	drop	a	      for	which	the	place	of	worship	is	exempt	from	prop-
course.                                                    erty	taxation	under	Section	11.20	of	the	Tax	Code	
	 See	the	Schedule of Classes	for	drop	procedure	and	      may	be	included.	A	student	who	is	excused	under	
instructions.                                              this	provision	may	not	be	penalized	for	the	absence,	
                                                           but	the	instructor	may	respond	appropriately	if	the	
Class Attendance                                           student	fails	to	satisfactorily	complete	the	assign-
                                                           ment	or	examination.
	 Regular and punctual class attendance is expected.	
Although	in	general	students	are	graded	on	intellec-       Students Called to Active Duty
tual	effort	and	performance	rather	than	attendance,	       	 Texas	Education	Code	54.006(f)	indicates,	
absences	may	lower	the	student’s	grade	where	class	        “Beginning	with	the	summer	semester	of	1990,	if	
attendance	and	class	participation	are	deemed	essen-       a	student	withdraws	from	an	institution	of	higher	
tial	by	the	faculty	member.	In	those	classes	where	        education	because	the	student	is	called	to	active	
attendance	is	considered	as	part	of	the	grade,	the	        military	service,	the	institution,	at	the	student’s	
instructor	should	so	inform	students	at	the	semes-         option,	shall:	(1)	refund	the	tuition	and	fees	paid	by	
ter’s	beginning	by	a	written notice.	Any	instructor	       the	student	for	the	term/semester	in	which	the	stu-
who	informs	students	in writing	about	the	necessity	       dent	withdraws;	(2)	grant	a	student,	who	is	eligible	
of	class	attendance	may	request	of	the	Registrar	that	     under	the	institution’s	guidelines,	an	incomplete	
a	student	be	dropped	from	the	course	with	a	grade	         grade	in	all	courses	by	designating	‘withdrawn-mili-
of	WF	upon	the	accumulation	of	the	stated	number	          tary’	on	the	student’s	transcript;	or	(3)	as	determined	
of	absences.	Instructor	drops	for	non-attendance	          by	the	instructor,	assign	an	appropriate	final	grade	
may	be	processed	up	to	two	weeks	prior	to	the	first	       or	credit	to	a	student	who	has	satisfactorily	com-
day	of	final	examinations	for	fall	or	spring	terms/        pleted	a	substantial	amount	of	course	work	and	who	
semesters	and	equivalent	dates	for	summer	sessions.	       has	demonstrated	sufficient	mastery	of	the	course	
Refer	to	the	Academic	Calendar	in	this	publication	        material.”
for	specific	dates.	Departments	and	similar	academic	      	 In	order	to	be	eligible	for	options	under	the	law,	
units	have	authority	to	establish	a	department	or	         a	UNT	student	must	produce	a	copy	of	his	or	her	
course	attendance	policy,	so	long	as	the	policy	is	in	     orders.	Withdrawal	may	or	may	not	require	that	the	
accord	with	the	above	stipulations.                        student	talk	with	each	instructor	depending	on	the	
	 If	the	instructor-initiated	drop	action	falls	           timing	in	the	term/semester;	however,	the	latter	two	
within	the	time	that	the	student	is	eligible	to	drop	      options	do	require	that	the	student	talk	with	his	or	
with	instructor	consent	and	without	penalty,	the	          her	instructors	and	come	to	a	decision	as	to	which	
Registrar’s	Office	notifies	the	student	that	a	WF	will	    solution	is	best	for	each	class	given	the	timing	and	
be	recorded	unless	the	student	initiates	the	drop	         circumstances.	A	student	called	to	active	duty	may	
procedure,	in	which	case	a	W	will	be	assigned.             consider	the	following	options:
                                                           1.	 withdrawal	for	a	full	refund	of	appropriate	tuition	
Authorized Absences                                        and	fees;
	 Absences	due	to	participation	in	sponsored	activ-        2.	 incomplete	grades	with	the	one-year	I	(Incom-
ities	must	be	approved	in	advance	by	the	department	       plete)	removal	time	limit	starting	with	the	end	of	
chair	and	academic	dean.	Within	three	days	after	the	      duty;	and/or	
absence,	students	must	obtain	authorized	absence	
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3.	 a	final	grade	if	the	course	is	essentially	over	and	   to	take	place.	The	above	policy	will	not	be	applicable	
the	course	material	has	been	sufficiently	mastered	        to	classes	that	meet	only	once	a	week	and	meet	on	
(determined	by	the	instructor).                            Thursday	or	Friday.

Withdrawal from UNT                                        Final Examinations
	 A	student	may	withdraw	from	UNT	at	any	time	             	 Faculty	members	are	expected	to	administer	final	
prior	to	two	weeks	before	the	first	day	of	final	          examinations	at	the	designated	times	during	the	
examinations	for	fall	or	spring	terms/semesters	or	        final	week	of	each	fall	and	spring	term/semester	and	
the	equivalent	dates	for	summer	sessions	by	making	        during	the	specified	day	of	each	summer	session/
a	request	in	the	Registrar’s	Office.	For	withdraw-         term.	Any	deviation	from	the	published	schedule	of	
als	processed	prior	to	the	end	of	the	sixth	week	          final	examinations	must	be	approved	in	advance	by	
of	classes	for	fall	or	spring	terms/semesters	or	the	      the	appropriate	academic	dean.
equivalent	dates	for	summer	sessions,	the	grade	of	        	 If	a	final	examination	is	not	given	in	a	particular	
W	is	recorded	for	each	course	in	which	a	withdrawn	        course,	the	faculty	member	is	expected	to	utilize	the	
student	was	enrolled.	After	the	sixth	week	of	classes	     final	examination	period	for	summary,	evaluation	or	
for	fall	or	spring	terms/semesters	or	the	equivalent	      other	productive	purposes.
dates	for	summer	sessions,	a	withdrawn	student	            	 Students	who	have	three	final	examinations	
receives	grades	of	W	only	for	those	courses	in	which	      scheduled	on	one	day	may	appeal	to	their	academic	
there	were	passing	grades	at	the	time	of	withdrawal;	      dean	to	reschedule	one	of	those	examinations	on	
otherwise,	the	grade	WF	is	recorded.                       another	day	during	the	final	examination	period.
	 Official	dates	and	deadlines	for	withdrawing	are	
specified	in	the	Academic	Calendar.                        Commencement Exercises
	 Note:	Students	receiving	financial	aid	also	must	
                                                           	 Commencement	exercises	are	held	in	December,	
contact	Student	Financial	Aid	and	Scholarships	
                                                           May	and	August.	Diplomas	are	mailed	to	candidates	
before	dropping	a	class	or	withdrawing.	Students	
                                                           approximately	eight	weeks	after	graduation	has	been	
receiving	financial	aid	may	be	required	to	go	
                                                           verified.
through	an	exit	interview	with	a	financial	aid	coun-
selor	before	they	are	permitted	to	withdraw.
	 To	receive	a	refund	for	a	parking	permit,	a	
student	must	return	the	permit	to	Parking	Services,	
located	in	the	Sullivant	Public	Safety	Center.

Pre-Final Examinations Week
	 So	that	students	can	adequately	prepare	for	their	
final	examinations,	special	rules	apply	to	the	seven	
calendar	days	preceding	the	final	week	of	each	fall	
and	spring	term/semester.
	 Student	organizations	do	not	meet;	activities	
requiring	student	participation,	such	as	field	trips,	
athletic	events	or	performances	by	dance,	drama	or	
music	ensembles,	are	not	scheduled	unless	approved	
in	advance	by	the	appropriate	dean.	Themes,	reports,	
notebooks,	research	problems	or	exercises	of	similar	
scope	are	not	to	be	assigned	during	this	period,	but	
students	may	submit	previously	assigned	work.
	 Only	examinations	covering	daily	assignments,	
makeup	tests	or	laboratory	examinations	may	be	
given.	Faculty	members	may	not	give	any	portion	of	
the	final	examination	during	this	seven-day	period	
without	advance	approval	from	their	academic	dean.
	 On	the	Thursday	and	Friday	of	the	week	imme-
diately	preceding	final	exams,	review	classes	shall	
be	held.	Furthermore,	attendance	at	these	reviews	
cannot	be	made	mandatory	and	there	will	be	no	
papers,	projects,	exams,	quizzes,	or	like	assignments	
due	on	those	days.	Makeup	exams	will	be	permitted	

				
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