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Students who register at Judson commit themselves to an academic program for one or more semesters. In order to register, students must be approved by all administrative offices. Students' tardiness in fulfilling obligations or in submitting required credentials may delay or cancel their registration.
Academic advisors will help plan schedules and curricula, and program directors are available for advising regarding optional programs. Students are responsible for understanding and fulfilling graduation requirements. The class schedule and catalog provide curriculum and course information, as well as registration schedules.
Registration policies and procedures differ by type of student. Students are classified as New, Continuing, Unclassified, or Prep. Student registration is available to view via the MyJudson system. It is the student’s responsibility to know what courses he/she is registered for. To determine the policy/procedure for each of these student types, please note the following:
To make official changes in student class schedules after the first week of classes, students must file an add/drop form for each course added or dropped. These must be approved and signed by the students' advisor and course instructors. Verbal requests are not accepted. The date a signed form is filed in the Registrar's Office is the date it is effective.
Should a student register for a course but never attend or cease to attend and never officially drop the course, the registered student will be responsible for payment of tuition and a grade of AWF will be assigned. Faculty members reserve the right to drop the student with an AWF per their course attendance policy.
Withdrawing from all courses during a semester is to be considered by students only for serious reasons. Students withdrawing from all courses during a term, for any reason, must begin the withdrawal process by completing the "University Withdrawal" form; the withdrawal will not be processed until this form is completed, signed and submitted by the student. Forms are available from the Director of Retention. Refunds will be issued according to the Tuition and Fee Refund Schedule, which can be found in the Finances section of this catalog. Final grades will be issued according to the university Withdrawal Calendar, which is available from the Registrar's Office. Students who leave Judson University during a semester without completing, signing and submitting the University Withdrawal form will be held liable for all tuition and fees, and will receive grades of Administrative Withdrawal Failure (AWF) for all unfinished courses.
Final examinations are scheduled for the last three days of each semester. Examination periods are two hours with breaks of at least 30 minutes between them. Every class meets during its scheduled examination time and attendance is required whether or not a final examination is given.
Students are expected to take final examinations as scheduled. A student who has more than three examinations during one day of the examination period may petition the Registrar's Office for a makeup examination on a different day. Do not schedule early plane, train, or bus departures. Students sharing rides must delay departure from the campus until all riders have completed final exams.
The detailed examination schedule is located on the Registrar’s Forms page of the web.
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