Academics and Registration
Students are required to meet with their faculty advisor each semester in order to register for classes.
Students should confirm they do not have any holds placed on their student account that could prevent course registration.
Once you have completed all of the registration steps, you can log into Campus Web on your designated course registration date to register for classes.
Add a Course
You may add a course to your schedule within the first 10 days of the fall or spring semester with permission of the course instructor.
Please contact the Office of the Registrar to add a course.
Drop a Course or Withdraw
If you are in good academic standing, you may drop courses within the first 10 days of the fall or spring semester.
You may withdraw from courses with a grade of W and with permission from the course instructor, your faculty advisor and the Office of the Registrar, through the 11th week of the fall or spring semester if you are in good academic standing.
Students in the professional program cannot drop or withdraw from required courses that are prerequisites for courses taught in the subsequent semester without approval from the Office of the Dean of Pharmacy.
An individual not enrolled at the University may audit a course. Academic credit cannot be granted for an audited course.
Individuals are permitted to audit a course only when classroom space is available. The course instructor or the Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences or Dean of Pharmacy may refuse any request to audit a course.
Permission to audit a course entitles the person to attend class, but not to take exams or complete graded assignments.
To have documentation that an individual audited the course or to have the audit appear on a transcript, arrangements must be made with the instructor at the beginning of the course so that attendance throughout the semester can be verified.
Students taking at least 12 credit hours of regular courses may audit a course at no additional cost.
Students taking less than 12 credit hours will be charged $100 per course audited.
A permanent record of student progress is maintained by the Office of the Registrar. Students can examine their personal records at any time during the school year.
Contact the Office of the Registrar to view your permanent record.
Students are responsible for following academic procedures and meeting degree requirements in order to graduate.