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Add Policy Statement (Fall and Spring Semesters) (as of 7/1/07)
Degree-seeking students may officially add open courses for a semester with advisor permission according to the chart below. Advisor permission is not required for non-degree seeking students.
Last Day to Add/Enroll in an On-Campus Course (Fall Semester)
Last Day to Add/Enroll in an On-Campus Course (Spring Semester)
Last Day to Add/Enroll in a Virtual College Course
Add Policy Statement (Summer Term) (as of 7/1/07)
Degree-seeking students may officially add open courses for a term with advisor permission according to the chart below. Advisor permission is not required for non-degree seeking students.
Last Day to Add/Enroll in an On-Campus Course
Procedures for Adding Courses.
Log into your TigerEnroll account: 1. Select the semester2. Select the course you would like to add under “Course Search” 3. Click on the “Add Courses to Schedule Worksheet” button 4. Click on the “Pre-Enroll/Schedule Changes” tab 5. Select the course you wish to add to your schedule and place a check in the box to the left of the course 6. Click on the “Add Selected Courses to Student Schedule” button
Your request will then be sent to your Academic Advisor for approval prior to processing. Once your add request is approved by your advisor you will receive an email notification in your FHSU Mail account reminding you to complete payment for the course. You should complete payment within your TigerEnroll account by going to the “Enrollment/Payment” tab.
For add and enrollment deadlines refer to the online Academic Calendar on Tiger Tracks.
Withdrawal Policy Statement.
Students may withdraw full-semester courses through 11:59:59 PM CT on the 35th day of the semester. Students withdrawing during this time period will not receive a notation on their transcript. Students who withdraw after this period and through 11:59:59 PM CT on the 70th day of the semester will receive a notation on the transcript of withdrawal (W). No withdrawals after the 70th day of the semester. Students receiving financial aid have additional responsibility and should contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance in Picken Hall, 785-628-4408.
Procedure for Courses Withdrawal.
Log into your TigerEnroll account: 1. Select the semester.2. Click on the “Pre-Enroll/Schedule Changes” tab 3. Select the course you would like to drop and place a check in the box to the left of the course 4. Click on the “Remove/Drop Selected” button.
Your request will then be sent to your Academic Advisor for approval prior to processing.
For refund information or drop deadlines refer to the online Academic Calendar on Tiger Tracks.
It is important to check with the office of Financial Assistance prior to dropping or withdrawing from a course to verify how it will affect your Financial Aid status.
Procedure for Totally Withdrawing from the University.
Students who desire to totally withdraw from all semester or term courses should review the “Withdrawal Policy Statement” and follow procedures for course withdrawal. Students who leave the university without officially withdrawing are considered to be enrolled to the end of the semester and subject to a grade of unsatisfactory “U.” Financial aid recipients who totally withdraw may be responsible for federal repayment of aid based on the last date of attendance and/or academic participation.
Policy for Withdrawal as a Result of Mobilization Status
Students who are called from Reserve or National Guard status to active duty in the armed forces during the semester will be eligible for a full refund of tuition and fees, and the balance of unused University housing and food charges at the time of withdrawal upon presentation of official documentation to the Office of the Registrar.
Students who have received Federal Financial Assistance for the semester they withdraw are required to repay according to the Fort Hays State University refund policy.
The academic status of each student will be determined at the time of departure in cooperation with their academic college in a manner so as not to penalize or disadvantage the student. Students called to active duty should be allowed to pursue finishing their course work within one academic year after completing their active military duty.
Approved by Cabinet (09-05-90).Revised (06-21-96)
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