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  • Departments within Campus Service Center | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Overview News Calendar Visit Map Directions Giving to CSUMB Cost Calculator Tuition Fees Financial aid Housing Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Directory Directory Menu Toggle navigation Search people or departments Campus map Buildings Faculty Departments within Campus Service Center Popular Jobs Tours Majors Social media Library Tools

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/directory/department/20963/departments-within (2016-02-11)
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  • Grad 699 Registration | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Registrar Catalog Class schedule Policies Deadlines Forms CSUMB Home Academics classes planning Grad 699 Registration Graduate students must maintain continuous enrollment through the completion of their thesis If you are a graduate student and your program does not require continuing enrollment in its research course you must enroll through Extended Education for Grad 699 a zero unit course and pay an administrative fee equal to one credit hour and other

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/planning/grad-699-registration (2016-02-11)
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  • Withdraw from the university | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Success Registrar Catalog Class schedule Policies Deadlines Forms CSUMB Home Academics classes planning Withdraw from the university Students wishing to cancel their enrollment at CSUMB with no penalty must do so by dropping all of their classes online prior to the start of term Students are not able to drop all of their courses online after the start of term and must submit a University Withdrawal form University Withdrawal Form All withdrawals are now reviewed by the Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies and should be submitted to the Administration Building Students who find it necessary to withdraw from CSUMB after enrolling for any academic term are required to follow the official withdrawal procedures Failure to follow formal withdrawal procedure may result in the assignment of failing grades in all courses and the need to apply for readmission before being permitted to enroll in another academic term To formally withdraw from the institution students must complete the withdrawal process by submitting the University Withdrawal form with attached supporting documentation and required signatures to the Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Instructor signatures are required for forms submitted after the Add Drop period Students wishing to withdraw from CSUMB after the Add Drop period may request to do so for serious and compelling reasons a grade of W will appear on the transcript for all courses dropped after the Add Drop period Students who are receiving financial aid funds must consult with the CSUMB Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing from the university regarding any refunds or repayments of grant or loan assistance received for that academic term If a recipient of financial assistance under federal Title IV financial aid programs withdraws from the institution during a payment period the amount of grant or loan assistance received is subject to refund

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  • Why you may be added to or dropped from a class | Cal State Monterey Bay
    How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Classes Planning classes planning Menu Toggle navigation Advising Career Student Success Registrar Catalog Class schedule Policies Deadlines Forms CSUMB Home Academics classes planning Why you may be added to or dropped from a class The responsibility for adding and dropping any class rests solely with the student However you may be added to classes if you are part of a cohort program or participate in a specialized program There are many reasons a student may be dropped from a class including but not limited to failure to meet the prerequisite requirements non attendance at the beginning of a semester enrolling in a class for which you already have an Incomplete I or Report in Progress RP grade enrolling in a class that you have already successfully completed with a C or better grade or non payment of tuition and fees It is the students responsibility to determine their enrollment status Check your class schedule regularly to verify enrollment especially during the schedule adjustment period and promptly initiate any schedule changes via the online student center

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/planning/why-you-may-be-added-or-dropped-class (2016-02-11)
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  • Declare or change your major | Cal State Monterey Bay
    your major Declaring a Major Students must meet with an academic advisor to declare their majors Students may with approval of the degree program declare their majors at any time but no later than the completion of 70 units Students who have not declared majors by the time they have completed 70 units are required to meet with an academic advisor to declare majors Some degree programs may have additional requirements for declaring a major such as pre requisites and or a petition process Also certain classifications of students such as student athletes may be required to declare a major earlier Changing a Major Students must meet with an academic advisor to change majors A student may with approval of the degree program change a major at any time Important note for currently enrolled WUE students Changing your major to Biology Business Kinesiology or Psychology will result in an increase in your tuition fees as you will no longer be considered eligible for WUE The full non resident tuition fees and per unit rate will be applied to your student account Declaring or Changing a concentration or minor Students must meet with an academic advisor to declare or change concentrations or minors A student may with approval of the degree program declare or change a concentration or minor at any time Students shall not declare minors in the same discipline as their majors How to Declare or Change your major Concentration or Minor Meet with your academic advisor or faculty advisor of the chosen major concentration or minor you wish to declare and request to update your CMS Student Record The advisor will submit the request to update your student record The Office of the Registrar will review process and update your student record in CMS Allow 7 business days

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  • View your Grades | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Student CMS Menu Toggle navigation Check Financial Aid Award Status CSUMB Home CMS View your Grades Return to Student Center Help Click here for Additional Assistance Logging into the CSUMB Dashboard step 1 Main Menu Self Service Student Center Academics section step 2 Select Grades link Step 3 Select Term then click the green continue button Grades for the selected term will display Please Note Grades are posted the day

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/cms/view-your-grades (2016-02-11)
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  • How to earn credit by exam | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Search Classes Planning classes planning Menu Toggle navigation Advising Career Student Success Registrar Catalog Class schedule Policies Deadlines Forms CSUMB Home Academics classes planning How to earn credit by exam You can qualify for admission or earn credit toward your degree if you pass any of the following standardized external examinations Advanced Placement AP Tests College Level Entrance Program CLEP International Baccalaureate IB The amount of credit awarded for successful

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  • How to qualify for the Dean's List | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Classes Planning classes planning Menu Toggle navigation Advising Career Student Success Registrar Catalog Class schedule Policies Deadlines Forms CSUMB Home Academics classes planning How to qualify for the Dean s List Semester honors are awarded and the notation Dean s List is posted to the permanent academic record for undergraduate students earning a 3 50 grade point average To be eligible

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