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Registration and Drop/Add Information

Continuing Registration

Currently enrolled students are expected to register for the upcoming semester or term during the current semester by participating in continuing registration. During this period, students generally have a better chance of getting the courses they want at the desired time periods. The Registration Information newspaper and web have instructions for advising and registering via the web.

Open Registration

Students who do not participate in Continuing Registration may register by web in the days immediately preceding the start of the semester. Students should consult the appropriate unit section for procedures for students wishing to register in this fashion. A late payment fee of $50.00 may be assessed when student accounts are not financially settled by the end of the first week of classes.

 

E-Mail Notification

The university will use the e-mail system to remind students of some academic and financial deadlines as well as notification of cancelled courses. Please plan to check your campus e-mail account regularly, especially the week prior to the beginning of classes and the first several weeks of each semester.

 

Drop/Add

A student’s drop/add form must be approved according to the procedure for the academic unit in which the student is enrolled. Students may consult the Registration Information newspaper for detailed information concerning unit procedures for drop/add and for permission to enter closed classes.  If the addition of courses increases the tuition for the student, the student will be required to settle their account by the end of the first week of classes.

A grade of “W” will be reflected on students’ official transcripts for all courses officially dropped after the last day of drop/add. 

Students who make a complete withdrawal from all courses for a particular semester must process this in accordance with the procedures established by their academic unit. 

Late complete withdrawals are those requested after the official deadline to withdraw has passed. Proper documentation of special circumstances must accompany the petition for a late complete withdrawal, which the student shall submit to the appropriate official or committee of the enrollment unit. The enrollment unit shall request and consider all instructors’ recommendations in deciding on the petition.

 

Withdrawal Policy

The effective withdrawal date is the date on which the Registrar's Office, or its designated representatives during evening hours and at external campus offices, receives the appropriately signed drop form, or the date the drop/withdrawal is processed through the web. This date is used in calculating any refund or tuition reduction due if withdrawal deadlines are met.  The last day to withdraw for each semester is published in the Registration Information newspaper, and for normal duration courses in the Fall and Spring semesters, is set in the eighth week of the semester.  A grade of "W" will be reflected on students' official transcripts for all courses officially dropped after the last day to drop/add.  Students who make a complete withdrawal from all courses for a  particular semester must process this in accordance with the procedures established by their academic unit. When a student officially withdraws (see definition of effective withdrawal date above) from the University or from any course, or courses, for which hourly rates apply, tuition will be adjusted in the following manner:

 

                                                                                                                                 Tuition Charge/Credit

Withdrawal through the first week of semester ........................................................................0%/100%

Withdrawal during second or third week of semester ..............................................................50%/50%

Withdrawal during fourth week of semester..............................................................................75%/25%

Withdrawal after fourth week of semester ..............................................................................100%/0%

 

Summer terms and some regular semester courses vary in length and the percentages of refunds are modified. Effective dates are printed for special terms and courses in the Schedule of Courses or are available from the Registar's Office.  Special course fees are refundable only with 100% adjustment.

 

 

Metroversity Registration

Kentuckiana Metroversity Inc., is a cooperative effort of seven institutions:

Bellarmine University, Indiana University Southeast, Jefferson Community Technical Colleges, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Spalding University, and the University of Louisville. A full-time student at any one of these schools enjoys the opportunity of cross-registration, double-degree programs, library privileges, innovative off-campus experiences, and extracurricular activities on the other campuses of the consortium. Full-time University of Louisville students wishing to take courses at another Metroversity school should consult their academic advisor in the unit in which they are enrolled, as well as the Registrar’s Office, to ensure proper enrollment and recording of courses. Cross registration is permitted on a space available basis at the discretion of the member institutions.

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