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Some holds placed on your record can prevents registration. Any holds you may have will be listed on your student record in ACCESS. Types of holds that may appear include:
- Financial - In most cases, financial holds may be paid in cash or by check at the Cashier's Office room 248 of the Taggart Student Center, or cleared online through the ACCESS system.
- Nonfinancial - You must resolve all nonfinancial holds in person at the administrative office that imposed it.
- Advising - Some majors may require students to be advised before registering for classes.
A 'Records Hold' will be placed on a student’s record when an outstanding financial obligation or disciplinary action has been reported.
When a 'hold' is placed on a record, the following results may occur: (1) An official and/or unofficial transcript may not be issued; (2) registration privileges may be suspended; (3) other student services may be revoked. The 'hold' will remain effective until removed by the initiating office. It is the student’s responsibility to clear the conditions causing the 'hold.'
Take any tests you need.
Registration for Mathematics Courses
ACT and SAT scores for mathematics competency and passing grades in MATH 0900 , MATH 1010 , MATH 1050 , and MATH 1060 are valid for use in placement and as prerequisites for one calendar year for nonmatriculated students and three successive semesters (including summer semester) for matriculated students. (Mathematics and Statistics for specific dates by which prerequisites must be completed.) Note: This acceptability time limit applies only to prerequisites for MATH 1010 , 1030, MATH 1050 , MATH 1060 , MATH 1100 , MATH 1210 , MATH 2020 , and STAT 1040 . The time limit does not apply to mathematics prerequisites for courses offered by other departments.
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