enrolling in more than 17 units while on academic probation in fall winter and

Enrolling in more than 17 units while on academic

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enrolling in more than 17 units while on academic probation in fall, winter, and spring quarters . enrolling in more than 21 units while in good academic standing . Required fall, winter, and spring . enrolling in an excess program of more than 16 units during each summer session . enrolling in UC Extension courses . repeating a course more than once . exceptions to 198, 199, 199AA-ZZ course policies . ABSENCE, WITHDRAWAL, AND READMISSION/REINSTATEMENT Temporary Absence During a Quarter Students are expected to attend classes regularly, and in most instances, attendance and participation in class are factors in determining the final grade . If an absence is unavoidable due to serious illness or personal emergency, each instructor should be notified. Regardless of the reasons for absence, however, students will be required to complete all coursework . If an absence is late in the term and prolonged, making it impossible to complete the coursework on time, students may petition their instructors to assign an Incomplete (I) grade . To receive an I grade, a student must submit the approved petition to the Office of the Registrar by the last day of the quarter in which the I is to be assigned . A $5 fee will be assessed . A student who is unable to make this request in person may ask the Office of Student Life to notify each instructor of the circumstances of the absence and to circulate a petition on the student’s behalf. If the instructor agrees that an extension of time for completion of the course is justified and approves the petition, a grade of Incomplete will be assigned . See Incomplete Grade ” section for more details . Withdrawal from a Course Students can petition to drop a course after the schedule adjustment deadline . If the petition is approved, a W will indicate that the student withdrew from the course after the schedule adjustment period (20th day of instruction) . If the request is not approved, the student will receive the grade assigned by the instructor of the course . The late drop request process requires the submission of the completed Late/Retro Drop Petition, a narrative why the student is making the request, and supporting documentation if appropriate . Students should continue attendance while the request is evaluated . Multiple requests to withdraw from the same course are rarely approved . Requests submitted after the end of the 7th week of instruction (35th day of instruction) require documentation of a significant hardship that impacted a student’s ability to complete the course/s . Requests to withdraw from a course after the last day of instruction are considered retroactive . Retroactive withdrawals require documentation of a severe hardship that prevented the student from completing the course . Retroactive requests to drop a course after completing the final exam or final assignment are only in truly extraordinary circumstances approved .
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  • Fall '19
  • Bachelor's degree, Bachelor of Arts

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