Hopefully you do not need this information! But, if you are concerned about a course and have thought about dropping it, it is important to remember that the Late Drop Deadline is this Friday, November 9th at 11:59 PM.
If you do not drop a class you are doing poorly in by this time, it will remain on your schedule and you will receive a grade in the class. The deadline is fixed. There are no exceptions. The Withdrawal deadline is Friday, December 5 at 5:00 PM (eastern time). This will eliminate your entire schedule. You can’t partially withdraw.
Please meet with your adviser and the instructor of any class in which you are struggling. Students are limited to 3 attempts to complete a class. We are here to help.
Feeling a bit bogged down with all the midterms? Learn some effective strategies to succeed at the Study Smarter not Harder Workshop on Tuesday, October 23, 6:30-7:30 pm in 100 Life Sciences Building.
This is an excellent workshop you may want to consider as exams get started for the semester.
Study Smarter Not Harder!
Back by popular demand, Study Smarter not Harder is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 9th at 6:30pm in 100 Life Sciences. This interactive workshop will show students how to break down course material into manageable concepts and effectively review exam performance. Dr. Jackie Bortiantynski , Professor of Chemistry and Dr. Josh Wede, Professor of Psychology will present on how to create effective learning habits, strategies for processing information, and how to be successful in science. 99% of students who previously attended this workshop would recommend it to a friend! Don’t miss it!