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  • Registration | Cal State Monterey Bay
    official withdrawal procedures Failure to follow formal university procedures may result in an obligation to pay tuition fees as well as the assignment of failing grades in all courses Students will need to apply for readmission before being permitted to enroll in another academic term Information on canceling registration and withdrawal procedures is available from The Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Administration Building 1 100 Campus Center Seaside CA 93955 8001 831 582 3680 undergraduategraduatestudies csumb edu https csumb edu ougs To begin the withdrawal process contact the Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies To formally withdraw from the institution you must complete the withdrawal process by submitting the withdrawal form with all required signatures and clearances and documentation to the Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies If you wish to withdraw from CSUMB after the Schedule Adjustment Period you may do so for documented serious and compelling reasons e g death in the immediate family medical complications and legal actions A grade of W will appear on your transcript for all courses dropped after the Schedule Adjustment Period Undergraduate students may withdraw from no more than 18 units at CSU Monterey Bay Withdrawals shall not be permitted during the final twenty percent of instruction except in cases such as accident or serious illness where the cause of the withdrawal is due to circumstances clearly beyond the student s control Withdrawals of this sort may involve total withdrawal from the campus or may involve only one course except that course grade and credit or an Incomplete may be assigned for courses in which sufficient work has been completed to permit an evaluation to be made If you receive financial aid funds you must consult with the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing from the university regarding any required return or repayment of grant or loan assistance received for that academic term or payment period Students who have received financial aid and withdraw from the institution during the academic term or payment period may need to return or repay some or all of the funds received which may result in a debt owed to the institution Leave of Absence A leave of absence is available to students who are in good standing that have attended at least one term at CSUMB prior to requesting a leave Leaves may be granted for a maximum of one year or two consecutive semesters and must be requested prior to the start of the term requesting absence Retroactive leave requests will not be approved A leave of absence will be granted when the student has filed an approved request with the Office of the Registrar The Leave of Absence Request Form shall specify the reasons for the leave and the duration of the leave An approved leave maintains continuing student status and allows a student to retain catalog rights and eligibility to enroll for the term immediately after the expiration of leave without reapplying to the university While on leave a student is not

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  • Grading Policy, Grade Appeals & Honors | Cal State Monterey Bay
    symbol as soon as possible An RD is not used in calculating grade point average or progress points RP Report in Progress The RP symbol is used in connection with courses that extend beyond one academic term e g Capstone graduate thesis or a long term upper division project based class It indicates that work is in progress but that assignment of a final grade must await completion of additional work Work is to be completed within one year except for graduate degree thesis work If no final grade is reported by the instructor within the time limit established the RP will be converted to F or NC on the academic transcript W Withdrawal The symbol W indicates that you were permitted to withdraw from the course after the eleventh day of instruction with the approval of the instructor and appropriate campus officials It carries no connotation of quality of your performance and is not used in calculating grade point average or progress points however undergraduate students may withdraw from no more than 18 units at CSU Monterey Bay WU Withdrawal Unauthorized The symbol WU indicates that you were enrolled did not withdraw from the course and failed to complete the course requirements It is used when in the opinion of the instructor completed assignments or course activities or both were insufficient to make normal evaluations of academic performance possible For purposes of grade point average and progress point computation this symbol is equivalent to an F Change of Grade A change of grade may be made only in the case of a clerical or other administrative grading error An appeal for a change of grade must be initiated by you as the student and must be approved by the instructor Students seeking to challenge final course grades based on other grounds shall follow the policy and procedures set out in the Grade Appeal Policy Repeated Courses Only courses repeated at CSUMB may be used to adjust the GPA Grades earned in courses taken at other institutions may not be used to replace grades in CSUMB courses General Rules These procedures apply to attempted completions of a course which include any course in which a letter grade or a grade of WU IC or NC was assigned For the purposes of course repeat for GPA adjustment grades of AU RD RP and W do not count as attempts to complete a course Once a student has been awarded a Bachelor s degree courses may not be repeated to raise the undergraduate GPA Students may not repeat a course in which a grade of CR was assigned These procedures do not apply to courses that are designated as repeatable Repeatable courses are explicitly designed to allow students to repeat a successfully completed course for up to a certain number of units Examples of repeatable courses include graduate thesis courses and special topics courses In any course or program where enrollment demand exceeds the resources to offer sufficient openings or sections to

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  • Probation, Disqualification, and Reinstatement | Cal State Monterey Bay
    more semester hours of college work completed the student falls below a grade point average of 1 95 in all units attempted or in all units attempted at the campus where enrolled As authorized by Section 41300 c undergraduates not on probation are subject to academic disqualification by the President or designee when the following circumstances exist At the end of any term the student has a cumulative grade point average below 1 0 and The cumulative grade point average is so low that in view of the student s overall educational record it seems unlikely that the deficiency will be removed within a reasonable period A veteran or eligible dependent spouse who remains on probation for a grade point deficiency below a 2 0 cumulative GPA beyond two terms shall have certification of his her veteran s benefits discontinued until he she has returned to good academic standing Graduate or credential seeking students on academic probation are subject to Academic Disqualification when the student s cumulative GPA or in applicable programs when the student s course grades at CSU Monterey Bay is below a 3 0 for two consecutive terms Students who have been disqualified shall be notified of the disqualification and of the right to petition the University for reinstatement Notice of Disqualification If you are disqualified at the end of an enrollment period under any of these provisions you will be notified before the beginning of the next consecutive regular enrollment period If you are disqualified at the beginning of a summer enrollment break you will be notified at least one month before the start of the fall term In cases where you ordinarily would be disqualified at the end of a term save for the fact that it is not possible to make timely notification you may be advised that the disqualification is to be effective at the end of the next term Such notification will include any conditions which if met would result in permission to continue in enrollment Failure to notify students does not create the right of a student to continue enrollment Administrative Academic Probation An undergraduate or graduate student may be placed on administrative academic probation by action of appropriate campus officials for any of the following reasons Withdrawal from all or a substantial portion of a program of studies in two successive terms or in any of three terms Students whose withdrawal is directly associated with a chronic or recurring medical condition or its treatment are exempted Repeated failure to progress toward the stated degree objective or other program objective including that resulting from assignment of 15 units of No Credit when such failure appears to be due to circumstances within the control of the student Failure to comply after due notice with academic requirements or regulation as defined by campus policy which is routine for all students of a defined group of students example failure to complete a required practicum failure to complete a specified number of units as a

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  • Graduation | Cal State Monterey Bay
    at the end of the graduation term during final degree check processing The application process should begin with a meeting with your faculty or undergraduate academic advisor to review your online degree audit information If you are completing alternate approved courses substitutions to clear major minor requirements online substitution authorizations should be submitted by the appropriate faculty advisor Applications are reviewed by a graduation counselor in date received order and students will be notified by campus e mail when the evaluation is complete and their online academic requirements report has been updated Again students who file graduation applications after the posted application deadline will have their records reviewed at the end of the graduation term Late applicants will not receive a preliminary graduation evaluation If you are a master s degree candidate the Master s Degree Application for Graduation form is required with the same deadlines and fees Graduate students must have their Advancement to Candidacy forms on file in the Office of the Registrar prior to the term in which they will apply to graduate An explanation of the official graduation application process filing deadlines fees and links to required forms can be found on the Classes and Planning webpage under the heading Apply to Graduate Graduation Application Filing Period General filing date guidelines Applying to Graduate in Spring or Summer Terms Application filing period ends on November 1st of the previous year Applying to Graduate in the Fall Term Application filing period ends on April 1st of the same year See the Deadline and Fees webpage for specific filing dates and fee information for the current academic year CSUMB confers degrees in Fall Spring and Summer terms document deadlines All required documentation such as transcripts or grade changes must be submitted by the document deadlines For the Fall

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  • General Education | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Academic Programs Undergraduate Programs General Education Our young peo ple their ca pac i ties to think un der stand in ves ti gate and in no vate are Amer ica s fu ture Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich Area A English Language Communication Critical Thinking Area B Scientific Inquiry Quantitative Reasoning Area C Arts Humanities Area D Social Sciences Area E Lifelong Learning Self Development CSUMB s General Education program prepares students to meet what the future holds through exposure to and engagement with real world problems and possibilities Students will encounter a breadth of learning experiences across multiple fields of study the arts humanities math and the physical life and social sciences to develop the capacities needed to live meaningfully and successfully in the twenty first century The GE program also is designed to spark a student s curiosity about the world How do different cultures define beauty Does global warming pose a threat Is human nature both competitive and cooperative Why do whales migrate Can we measure happiness Should we explore space What do I want to do with my life A general education introduces students to the different types of knowledge and skills available to address these questions and many others Finally the GE program serves as a foundation for students entrance into more specialized areas of study their majors A student s general education will provide an essential grounding in the intellectual and practical skills necessary for all major degree programs This includes

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  • Fitness & Recreation | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Health Wellness Services Overview Campus Health Center Campus Chaplaincy Spiritual Support Health Promotion Wellness Programs Personal Growth Counseling Center Student Disability Resources Cars Bikes Busses Housing Dining Student Housing Residential Life Dining Services Safety Conduct Safety Conduct Overview Dean of Students Title IX Student Conduct Associated Students Blue Crue Clubs Greek Life Leadership Development OC3 Otter Student Union Health Wellness Services Overview Campus Health Center Campus Chaplaincy Spiritual Support Health Promotion Wellness Programs Personal Growth Counseling Center Student Disability Resources Student Housing Residential Life Dining Services Safety Conduct Overview Dean of Students Title IX Student Conduct CSUMB Home Campus Life Fitness Recreation Athletics CSUMB is an NCAA Division II school with 13 men s and women s teams competing in nine sports Intramurals Intramural Sports offers 6 week leagues all star week and daily weekend tournaments throughout the semester in traditional sports as well as nontraditional activities Outdoor Recreation Students develop their leadership skills enjoy the outdoors and build community through our Outdoor Recreation programs Cycle Center The Otter Cycle Center offers group rides classes and clinics plus bike rentals and repairs You can also store your bike in their Bike Bunker Student Center Our Student Center has a game

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  • Student Disability Resources | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Responsibilities Faculty Rights Syllabus Statement Alternative Testing Accommodations Faculty Questions and Answers Role of SDR CSUMB Home Student Affairs Dean of Students Health Wellness Student Disability Resources provides support services for students with disabilities so that they can be successful at CSUMB Make an appointment Begin your accommodation request You can make your appointment and begin your accommodation request online using this link in person or by calling the SDR office Spring 2016 SDR Orientation Students who will be using the services of Student Disability Resources are encouraged to attend the SDR orientation Further information is located in the flier below Make sure to bring required forms to orientation The forms to fill out can be found on the forms page located within the header at the top of this page If you have any questions feel free to contact us at 831 582 3672 Hope to see you at orientation Spring 2016 Orientation Flyer Spring 2016 Orientation Flyer Accessible Spring 2016 Orientation Agenda SDR Office hours and contact Information ConTact Info Health Wellness Services Bldg 80 Tel 831 582 3672 TTY 831 582 5307 Fax 831 582 4024 student disability resources csumb edu SDR Office Hours Monday Friday 8

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  • Transportation Resources | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Transportation Resources transportation Menu Toggle navigation Biking Transit Rideshare Taxis Parking Maps Directions Accessibility Special Events CSUMB Home Campus Life Getting to campus and around town is easy and as an Otter you have mobility options We encourage campus community members to use active forms of transport in order to reduce environmental impacts and encourage healthy living Biking Information Transit information Rideshare

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