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Lab section swap policies for EAS 1601. 1. Permanent switching to another lab section is an option that is provided as a last resort for students who have time conflicts or special circumstances that arose after registering for a lab section. 2. Swaps are done internally and will not appear on OSCAR. 3. Swaps are not guaranteed , and only available if there is a direct match (a student needs to move to your lab section and you need to move to that student's lab section). 4. The swap period will start after the registration period is over ( January 9 th ). The deadline for submitting a swap request is 5:00pm on Friday, January 16 th . No requests will be honored after that time. 5. All swaps will be finalized by 5:00pm on Friday, January 23 rd . Here is what you need to do to be considered for a lab section swap: Send a e-mail to lab coordinator Oleksandr Karabanov (
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Unformatted text preview: [email protected] ) The email MUST originate from your official GaTech email address ([email protected] or [email protected] ). Requests for a swap received from emails from ANY off-campus providers (e.g. [email protected] ) will NOT be considered. • As the subject line put " EAS1601 lab section swap request " • Provide the following information in your email: -Your name; -Reason you need to change your lab section; -The lab section you are currently in; -Your first, second and third choice of lab section that you would like to be moved to. 5. Wait for confirmation from the lab coordinator that your request is received. Again, swaps are not guaranteed. You are considered to be in the section you have registered for until you receive a note from the lab coordinator that possible swap exists....
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course EAS 1601 taught by Professor Lynch during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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