All undergraduate and graduate students are expected to have added their courses via Campus Connection one week from the start of the semester. After one week, departments/instructors must provide student(s) with a course permit to add course(s). Instructors are under no obligation to add a student to a course after the course add deadline one week into the semester.
NOTE: All full-semester course registration is officially closed as of the fourth week of the semester .
After the add period is over, a student may have a course added to their schedule after the fourth week of the semester by following these steps:
- An instructor must write a memo (on departmental letterhead with instructor signature) approving the late registration and include the reason for allowing the late add and a plan for how the instructor will help the student to catch up with the rest of the class.
- A course permit, signed by the student and the department, must be attached to the memo.
- The paperwork should be brought (by the instructor or department) to the Graduate School in Putnam 106 (graduate students) or the Office of Registration and Records in Ceres 110 (undergraduate and professional students).
- The request will be reviewed and processed if approved. The instructor and student will receive notification of the decision.