Registration and Records Updates
SCHEDULE INFORMATION GUIDE
To access information on how to view your schedule and how to revise your current course schedule click here.
How to drop a class
Before dropping a course, please contact your advisors and professors, and make sure you are aware of the implications dropping a course can have on your financial aid eligibility.
To drop a course, email email@example.com from your Miners email with the following information.
- Your name and student ID
- Course Name (e.g. UNIV 1301)
- Course CRN (e.g. CRN: 25896)
Courses dropped in the Spring 2020 semester will receive a grade of “W” (withdrawal) and will not count toward your six-course drop limit.
The deadline to drop a course is May 07, 2020.
Temporary Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U)
Instructors may opt in to allow their spring 2020 courses to be eligible for an (S/U) grading option, to provide individual students to make the choice of grading mode. A passing grade will appear on student transcripts as an “S” (satisfactory), and a failing grade will appear as a “U” (unsatisfactory).
Neither an “S” nor a “U” will calculate into the student GPA. A grade of “S” will meet prerequisite requirements and count toward major/minor requirements. Instructors who would like to make this option available should determine the grading criteria for a passing grade.
Frequently asked questions regarding the S/U option (PDF), such as how to determine the grading criteria for a passing grade. The deadline for students to Request a Change from the standard grading system to the satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading option is May 7, 2020.