Year-end exhibit by Interior Design graduating seniors.
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This exhibit showcases, for the first time, the…
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The course schedule is published before advising and registration begin for each semester and summer session. It lists each class being offered, its time, location, instructor (if available), and its course reference number (CRN) -- which students must know in order to register.
The online schedule also provides registration instructions and essential information. It is updated with the latest changes, and shows if seats are available in each class.
After the fifth day of classes, any additions to the original registration must: (1) be recorded on an official add form, and (2) include the instructor’s signature. In addition to the Registrar’s Office, add forms may be taken to an academic advisor, who may electronically authorize a student to register for a course. Deadlines as outlined in the General Catalog must be observed.
Courses may be added for credit or audit. An instructor’s signature is required beginning the second week of the semester (sixth day of classes) during fall and spring semesters, and other dates as noted in the General Catalog. Students may not add into a full class at any time without an instructor’s signature. An instructor should not sign a blank Add Form, but should ensure that the proper course information (e.g., CRN, course prefix, course number, etc.) is present before signing and dating the form. The Registrar’s Office will not process any Add Form that is not dated, or for which the signature date is older than three business days. Advisors who have access to authorize students into full classes will follow the same guidelines as the Registrar’s Office. Specific deadlines for adding courses may be found in the General Catalog. All requests for audit registration must be approved by the instructor and must be submitted to the Registrar's Office, Taggart Student Center 246.
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