add-drop policy fall 2007

add-drop policy fall 2007 - NEED TO ADD AND DROP COURSES...

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Unformatted text preview: NEED TO ADD AND DROP COURSES? HOW TO ADD COURSES: 0 Now until August 25, 5:00 P.M.: Go to http://my.uh.edu - Monday, August 27 - 31 and September 4, through 5:00 P.M.: Must obtain dean’s approval. Contact your departmental advisor 0 September 4: Last day to add courses with dean’s signature Students who registered and paid by August 14 will not be charged late fees for adding classes. If courses are added after a student has entered into a payment plan, the new charges will be incorporated into the next payment plan due date. If courses are added after a student has paid in full (or if a student has financial aid covering the entire balance due and has no payment plan), the new charges must be paid immediately (or the student may enter into a payment plan). HOW TO DROP COURSES: - Drop at http://my.uh.edu until September 4, 5 :00 PM. (0RD: Official Reporting Day) 0 Drop by September 4 to receive, 100% refund for the course(s) you drop (while maintaining enrollment; see http://Www.uh.edu/sfs/Refunds/Refundshtml) and to avoid penalties associated with the following: - Undergraduate Enrollment Cap, 0 Repeated Course Cap (Three—peat rule), - Dropping Courses Policy (6 Ws), - Undergraduate Tuition Rebate, and 0 Financial Aid S ee http ://www.uh. edu/provost/stu/attempted—hrs_stu.html 0 After September 4, you will need an Add/Drop form. The form must be completed in its entirety and signed by the student and instructor and received by Registration and Academic Records by October 31 at 5:00 PM. Forms will be available soon. ...
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