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  • Withdrawals - North Carolina A&T State University
    with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Withdrawals Withdrawal from an Individual Course A student may withdraw from any course or courses by submitting a Change of Schedule form to the Office of the Registrar on or before the last day to withdraw from an individual course as published in the Academic Calendar Students who withdraw from a course or courses on or before the last day to withdraw from an individual course are assigned a grade of W Failure to attend class does not constitute a withdrawal from that course or courses For withdrawals done beginning fall 2012 students are limited to a maximum of two 2 withdrawals per course up to a maximum of five 5 courses during the student s academic career Upon a third 3 attempt in a single course the student is not permitted to withdraw from the course and must receive a grade for the course A student who does not officially withdraw from a course or courses will be assigned a final grade in each course in which he or she was enrolled during the semester in question Withdrawing from a course or courses may affect a student s financial aid status will count toward the tuition surcharge threshold and may affect the student s progress toward degree completion Students considering withdrawing from a courses or courses should consult their faculty advisor or academic unit advisor and the Office of Student Financial Aid Withdrawal from the University Any student who is officially registered for classes and who wishes to withdraw from the University must complete the withdrawal process by the last day to withdraw from the university as published in the academic calendar Students who withdraw from the University prior to the published withdrawal deadline shall receive a W in all classes in which they were enrolled Failure to attend classes does not constitute a withdrawal from the University A student who does not officially withdraw from the University will be assigned the final grade earned in each course in which he or she was enrolled during the semester in question Withdrawal applications by students who have a pending judicial charge will not be processed by the Registrar Pending judicial charges must be cleared before a student may

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  • Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students - North Carolina A&T State University
    Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students An undergraduate student who has not been enrolled for one or more semesters or who is returning after academic or disciplinary suspension or academic dismissal must apply for readmission Readmission applications and the application processing fee should be submitted no later than the deadline to apply for readmission as published in the academic calendar A returning student should be aware that enrollment restrictions may be imposed at any time which may affect his her readmission A student who was eligible to continue at the time of leaving and who has a cumulative grade point average of at least 2 0 will be Considered for readmission upon approval of the student s academic department and college school as evidenced by submission of an approved Academic Plan of Action Placed on Academic Probation Status for at least one semester and Allowed during the readmission process to simultaneously seek and execute a change of major Such a change of major and the student s readmission must be supported by the student s new academic department A student who was academically suspended will be Considered for readmission upon serving the conditions of the academic suspension and receiving approval from the student s academic department and college school as evidenced by submission of an Academic Plan of Action Placed on Academic Probation after Suspension Status for at least one semester Allowed during the readmission process to simultaneously seek and execute a change of major Such a change of major and the student s readmission must be supported by the student s new academic department A student who was academically dismissed must Serve a minimum one year academic dismissal and any other conditions of the dismissal action Submit an appeal to the Committee on Admission and Academic Retention in the Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs If the Committee on Admission and Academic Retention approves the appeal the student will be placed on Academic Probation after Dismissal Status for at least one semester Gain acceptance into an academic department and major degree program During the readmission process a student may simultaneously seek and execute a change of major Such a change of major and the student s appeal and readmission must be supported

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  • Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy - North Carolina A&T State University
    and Persons Eligible for Veterans Benefits Course Number and Classification Classification of Students Changes in Schedule Changing Schools Colleges Incompletes Grades Cell Phone Policy Semester Examinations Dean s List Class Attendance Policy Privacy of Student Records Access to Student Records Change of Name and Address Transcripts of Records Indebtedness to the University Academic Dishonesty Policy Graduating with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy Under the Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy an undergraduate student who has not been enrolled at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University for at least five 5 calendar years may request that NCAT coursework in which a grade of F was earned and that is five calendar years or older be excluded from GPA calculations and in determining graduation eligibility To be eligible for this policy a student must meet all readmission requirements If readmitted under this policy a student will be placed on academic probation status for at least one semester A notation stating that the Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy has been applied will be added to the student s transcript All grades and courses remain on the student s transcript This policy will not alter the student s original academic record A student planning to continue his her education at another college or university is cautioned that the receiving institution may use all grades earned when computing a GPA for admissions eligibility or for other purposes The Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy has no effect on the student s financial aid eligibility A student should contact the Office of Student Financial Aid for additional information The tuition surcharge calculation is not affected by this policy During the first semester in which a student is readmitted the student is required to develop an academic plan of action The academic plan of action is developed in consultation with the student s academic advising unit and includes a listing of all courses required for degree completion The student s advisor is responsible for distributing the plan to the student the Chairperson of the academic department the academic unit s retention coordinator and the Office of Enrollment Management for information and compliance monitoring Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The

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  • Incompletes - North Carolina A&T State University
    Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Home 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Incompletes In this section 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Advanced Placement College Level Examination Program CLEP Program of Study Declaration of Major and Minor Registration Class Cancellations Double Major Prerequisites Repetition of Courses General Education Requirements Course Credit by Examination Grading System Academic Warning Academic Probation Academic Suspension Academic Dismissal Veterans and Persons Eligible for Veterans Benefits Course Number and Classification Classification of Students Changes in Schedule Changing Schools Colleges Incompletes Grades Cell Phone Policy Semester Examinations Dean s List Class Attendance Policy Privacy of Student Records Access to Student Records Change of Name and Address Transcripts of Records Indebtedness to the University Academic Dishonesty Policy Graduating with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Incompletes Students are expected to complete all requirements of a particular course during the semester in which they are registered However if at the end of the semester a small portion of the work remains unfinished and should be deferred because of some serious circumstances beyond the control of the student an I may be submitted Along with the recording of the incomplete grade the instructor must also file with the head of the department the student s average grade and a written description of the work which must be completed before the incomplete is removed Procedure for the Removal of an Incomplete An incomplete grade must be removed within SIX WEEKS after the beginning of the next semester If the student has not removed the incomplete within the time specified the Incomplete is automatically changed to an F Developmental thesis and research courses are exempted from the six week time limit Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is

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  • Semester Examinations - North Carolina A&T State University
    and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Home 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Semester Examinations In this section 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Advanced Placement College Level Examination Program CLEP Program of Study Declaration of Major and Minor Registration Class Cancellations Double Major Prerequisites Repetition of Courses General Education Requirements Course Credit by Examination Grading System Academic Warning Academic Probation Academic Suspension Academic Dismissal Veterans and Persons Eligible for Veterans Benefits Course Number and Classification Classification of Students Changes in Schedule Changing Schools Colleges Incompletes Grades Cell Phone Policy Semester Examinations Dean s List Class Attendance Policy Privacy of Student Records Access to Student Records Change of Name and Address Transcripts of Records Indebtedness to the University Academic Dishonesty Policy Graduating with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Semester Examinations A final examination will be required as a part of every course An examination schedule showing the time and place of meeting of each course and section will be published each semester Schedules so published will be followed without exception Any changes in the examination schedule must be approved by the dean of the college school Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is the largest among the nation s HBCUs F D Bluford Library F D Bluford Library is one of the region s premier research libraries Engineering Professor and Student The MSIT Online Program in the School of Technology is nationally ranked by U S News World Report next

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  • Dean's List - North Carolina A&T State University
    and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Home 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Dean s List In this section 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Advanced Placement College Level Examination Program CLEP Program of Study Declaration of Major and Minor Registration Class Cancellations Double Major Prerequisites Repetition of Courses General Education Requirements Course Credit by Examination Grading System Academic Warning Academic Probation Academic Suspension Academic Dismissal Veterans and Persons Eligible for Veterans Benefits Course Number and Classification Classification of Students Changes in Schedule Changing Schools Colleges Incompletes Grades Cell Phone Policy Semester Examinations Dean s List Class Attendance Policy Privacy of Student Records Access to Student Records Change of Name and Address Transcripts of Records Indebtedness to the University Academic Dishonesty Policy Graduating with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Dean s List To encourage academic excellence the University publishes a Dean s List at the end of each semester Regular undergraduate students whose semester grade point average is 3 00 or higher shall be eligible for the Dean s List Students making the Dean s List must have earned a total of 12 or more semester hours Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research N C A T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center ERC Ag Research SAES brought in more than 20 million in research grant funding Webb Hall The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences SAES is the largest among the nation s HBCUs F D Bluford Library F D Bluford Library is one of the region s premier research libraries Engineering Professor and Student The MSIT Online Program in the School of Technology is nationally ranked by U S News World Report

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  • Class Attendance Policy - North Carolina A&T State University
    Program of Study Declaration of Major and Minor Registration Class Cancellations Double Major Prerequisites Repetition of Courses General Education Requirements Course Credit by Examination Grading System Academic Warning Academic Probation Academic Suspension Academic Dismissal Veterans and Persons Eligible for Veterans Benefits Course Number and Classification Classification of Students Changes in Schedule Changing Schools Colleges Incompletes Grades Cell Phone Policy Semester Examinations Dean s List Class Attendance Policy Privacy of Student Records Access to Student Records Change of Name and Address Transcripts of Records Indebtedness to the University Academic Dishonesty Policy Graduating with Honors Commencement Participation Withdrawals Readmission of Former and Academically Suspended or Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Class Attendance Policy Class Attendance The University is committed to the principle that regular and punctual class attendance is essential to the students optimum scholastic achievement An absence excused or unexcused does not relieve the student of any course requirement Attendance is required and punctuality is expected A student is responsible for all the work including tests and written work of all class meetings Instructor s Responsibility Description of attendance requirements should be stated in the course syllabus and announced in class particularly at the beginning of each term If class attendance is to affect a student s course grade then a statement to that effect must be a part of the course syllabus distributed to each student Instructors will keep attendance records in all classes Each instructor has the right to prescribe procedures as to how and when attendance will be taken Student s Responsibility It is the responsibility of each student to learn and comply with the requirements set by the instructor for each class in which he or she is registered The student should Have knowledge of each instructor s attendance and monitoring practices for class absences during the term Become familiar with all materials covered in each course during absences and makeup any work required by the instructor and Initiate the request to make up work on the first day of class attendance after the absence Points of Pride Academic Athletic Arts prev Engineering Lab The College of Engineering ranks No 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans Research U S News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs ERC Research

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  • Policy on Make-Up of Required Course Work - North Carolina A&T State University
    Academically Dismissed Undergraduate Students Consortium Study Agreement Five Year Readmission and Forgiveness Policy General Requirements for Graduation Effective Bulletin for Graduation Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Second Baccalaureate Degree Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Waste Management Institute The Graduate School School of Nursing Center for Academic Excellence Department of Military Science and Leadership MISC Department of Aerospace Studies College of Engineering School of Education College of Arts and Sciences School of Business and Economics School of Technology International Baccalaureate IB Program Course Scheduling Auditing a Course Student Appeals of Academic Dishonesty Standards of Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Policy on Make Up of Required Course Work The administration faculty and staff recognize that there are circumstances and events which require students to miss classes and any required course work which may be performed or due on the day of the absence Also they recognize that required course work is needed to give each student an adequate performance evaluation Therefore whenever reasonable and more specifically described below students should be allowed to make up required work The following definitions will apply with respect to this policy A Required course work All work which will be used in the determination of final grades e g examinations announced quizzes required papers and essays required assignments B Instructor Person responsible for the course and providing instruction and evaluation C Permissible reasons for requesting make up of required work Sickness death of relatives immediate family participation in approved University related activities acting in the capacity of a representative of the University band choir sports related travel etc and extraordinary circumstances court appearance family emergency etc NOTE Other reasons for requesting make up of required course work are not acceptable D Documentation Verification of sickness requires a signed statement of a physician or a duly authorized staff member of the Sebastian Health Center Verification of death requires a signed statement from the Minister or Funeral Director Verification of participation in University related activities requires a signed statement from the appropriate University official Verification of other reasonable circumstances for example court appearance family emergency etc requires a signed statement from an appropriate official e g Court Official parent or guardian etc The policy regarding make up of required course work is as follows A student may petition an instructor to make up required course work whenever the student has a permissible reason for requesting make up of required course work A student will be required to present documentation which certifies absence constituting permissible reason Whenever possible a student should consult with the instructor prior to an absence which will involve the failure to do required course work Arrangements for make up should be discussed and agreed upon at this time A student must petition for make up of required course work on the first day that he or she returns to class If permission is

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