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  • Transcripts of Records - North Carolina A&T State University
    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 Transcripts of Records The Office of the Registrar provides official transcripts for undergraduate and graduate students upon request Students needing an official transcript should request the transcript at least one week before the official transcript is needed Transcript requests are not processed for any student or alumnus with an obligation to the University such as unpaid fees overdue loans library books audiovisual equipment or who s admission records are not complete Options for obtaining an offical academic transcript are as follows Online Requests Order your transcript online via the National Student Clearinghouse In additon to the cost of the transcript you will be assessed a 2 25 Clearinghouse fee You will be able to pay online using a credit card track your order online and receive email updates Your card will not be charged until after your order has been completed Request submitted online will be processed within 1 2 business days In Person Requests You may fill out the transcript request form available in the Office of the Registrar located in the Dowdy Administration Building Room 107 1601 East Market Street Greensboro NC 27411 You must know your Banner ID in order to request a transcript You can obtain your Student ID in the Office of the Registrar A photo ID is required Mail In Request You may print and fill out the Official Transcript Request form and mail it to the Office of the Registrar at the address listed above Make sure to sign the form and include the payment Requests received through the mail will be processed within 3 5 business days Please note Transcripts are sent through regular USPS mail only If you would like your transcript sent via overnight or through priority mail please include with your transcript request a pre paid US Postal Service overnight or priority mail envelope We do not use any other carriers such as FED EX UPS or DHL to mail transcripts Unofficial transcripts may be obtained via Aggie Access

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  • Indebtedness to the University - 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 Indebtedness to the University 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 Indebtedness to the University No diploma certificate or transcript of a student s academic record will be issued to a student who has not made a satisfactory settlement with the cashier for all indebtedness to the University A student may not be permitted to attend classes or final examinations after the due date of any unpaid obligation 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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  • Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom - North Carolina A&T State University
    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 Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom UNC GA Policies for Students Adopted by BOG October 26 1970 The instructor may withdraw a student from a course for behavior he deems to be disruptive to the class The grade assigned will be W if the behavior occurs before the deadline for dropping a course without academic penalty and the instructor has the option of giving a W or a F if the behavior occurs after the deadline I Binding Procedures for Instructors The instructor must provide an opportunity for the student to be heard In providing this opportunity the instructor must follow the procedure described below The student should be notified in writing at the next class attended that the instructor proposes to drop the student from the course for disruption of the class and the instructor should provide the student with written instructions regarding the time and place for a meeting with the instructor A copy of this written notification must be sent to the instructor s department head at the same time A time limit of five working days M F from the time written notification is given for the student s opportunity to be heard by the instructor The date of notification establishes whether the withdrawn student will be given a W or F W is appropriate before the published withdrawal deadline and either W or F is appropriate after that date at the instructor s discretion The instructor may suspend the student from class until the instructor takes final action to withdraw the student from class or to allow the student to continue in the class The final decision to withdraw or continue the student is the instructor s Either party in the resolution of this dispute may invite one other person of the university community to be present as an observer II Students Right to Appeal If the student wishes to appeal the instructor s decision to withdraw the student from class he she should follow the academic appeal procedures

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  • Consortium Study Agreement - North Carolina A&T State University
    Academic Standing Academic Calendar Fall 2012 Academic Calendar Spring 2013 Academic Calendar Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Spring 2014 Consortium Study Agreement The Greater Greensboro Consortium is a program designed to expand the course options available to degree seeking students from Bennett College Elon University Greensboro College Guilford College Guilford Technical Community College High Point University North Carolina A T State University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro UNC G North Carolina A T students who wish to enroll in courses at one or more of the above named institutions may obtain the necessary forms from the Office of the Registrar Approval of the department chairperson Treasurer s Office and the Registrar s Office is required North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University s equivalent course must be listed on the consortium form for each course to be taken at the host institution The student will then take the appropriate copies of the form to the host institution and adhere to their registration time line and course restrictions Students who make changes in their schedules must satisfy the drop add procedure at the host institution Students from other institutions who wish to enroll at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University should present the approval forms to the Office of the Registrar located on the first floor of the Dowdy Administration Building beginning on the date posted on the academic calendar for that corresponding semester Key Points for NC A T Students to Remember You must be enrolled in more hours at NC A T SU than the host institution All consortium credits apply towards your enrollment at NC A T SU This means the coursework effects your GPA and credits earned The Consortium Agreement operates the fall and spring semester for Bennett College Elon University Greensboro College Guilford College GTCC High Point University and UNC G The summer sessions are with UNC G ONLY All rules regulations and dead lines apply at the host institution Students from other institutions who wish to enroll at A T should present the approval forms at the Office of the Registrar located in the Dowdy Administration Building during registration Students taking classes at UNC G must also fill out a UNC Inter Institutional Approval Form Directions for students taking consortium classes at the Host Institution Obtain a Consortium Form from the Office of the Registrar Obtain the signature of your academic chairperson on the consortium form The form should also contain the equivalent course number at NC A T SU to be added to the students schedule Your form will not be signed without the equivalent course listed Bring the completed form to the Office of the Registrar for the signature of the Registrar Please Note Your bill must be validated to receive the Registrar s signature Take 3 copies yellow pink and golden of the approved form to the Office of the Registrar at the host campus during their add drop period If you are unable to register for the course

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  • Cell Phone Policy - North Carolina A&T State University
    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 Home 2012 2014 Academic Information and Regulations Cell Phone Policy 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 Cell Phone Policy The use of cell phones inside the classroom during the classroom period is prohibited Please be advised that placing or receiving calls as well as conversing on cell phones during the conduct of a class shall be considered as disruptive behavior for students and unprofessional behavior for faculty and staff 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 prev Academic

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  • School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences - North Carolina A&T State University
    Cooperative Extension Program Cooperative extension is an outreach and engagement educational program whose objective is to provide science based information and assistance in a broad range of subjects to individuals families and organized groups in rural and urban areas of the state The Cooperative Extension Program at North Carolina A T State University is an integrated participatory partner in North Carolina Cooperative Extension North Carolina State University in Raleigh North Carolina and North Carolina A T State University collaborate in providing solutions to the problems that plague the citizens in the State of North Carolina International Agricultural Program The International Agricultural Program involves all departments in the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences and relates to the University s Office of International Programs through the International Trade Center In overseas locations research teaching and community out reach are conducted by faculty in association with long term development assistance projects Additionally faculty share their expertise through short term assignments for consultation in various overseas settings Instructional Programs Departmental Organization The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences is organized into four departments 1 Agribusiness Applied Economics and Agriscience Education 2 Animal Sciences 3 Family and Consumer Sciences and 4 Natural Resources and Environmental Design Advisory groups associated with various professions represented by the School continually review curricula and programs The School sets high expectations and provides students with resources and support they need to take charge of their education Requirements for Admissions The requirements for admission to the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences are the same as the general requirements for admission to the University Some programs have higher requirements Please see the specific Department of interest Requirements for Graduation The requirements for graduation for the Bachelor of Science Degree are as follows The student must have satisfied the course requirements of an approved curriculum in an organized department administered by the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences The student must have earned a cumulative grade point average of at least a C in his or her major courses and in his or her overall academic program Students planning to teach secondary agricultural education family and consumer sciences education and child development early education family studies B K must also meet the teaching requirements prescribed by the School of Education Curricula Departments in the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences provide several program options through curricula leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree These program options accommodate specialization in several areas of the food agricultural family and environmental sciences In addition the School has several enrichment programs available to our students and many students participate in summer internships and cooperative education programs which enable them to receive academic credit for career related experiences The School encourages involvement in co curricular activities as a means of developing communication and leadership skills The Master of Science Degree is offered in agricultural economics agricultural education animal health science food and nutrition and plant and soil science The Master of Art in Teaching is offered

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  • College of Arts and Sciences - North Carolina A&T State University
    Leadership Studies DEGREE ENHANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES Undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences may also broaden their learning experiences and achieve enhancements to their degree through the following university wide special programs and certificates University Honors Program Study Abroad Global Studies Certificate UNC in Washington Program Technical and Professional Writing Certificate Waste Management Certificate and Customer Relationship Marketing Management Certificate DEGREE REQUIREMENTS To attain the baccalaureate degree in the College of Arts and Sciences a student must satisfactorily complete the General Education courses requirements of his her major field and a sufficient number of electives to total at least 124 credits The minimum scholastic average required for graduation in any department degree program is a 2 0 in all major courses in addition to the overall grade point average requirement of 2 0 ACCREDITATIONS All of the Programs in the College of Arts and Sciences that have accrediting organizations have been accredited They are as follows The Chemistry Program is approved by the American Chemical Society ACS The Music Program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music NASM The Social Work undergraduate program is approved by the Council on Social Work Education CSWE The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Professional Theater is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre NAST The Teacher Education Programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction NCATE NCDPI The Journalism and Mass Communication Program is accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications ACEJMC CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The curricula of the College prepare students for careers in teaching research social work journalism radio and television the creative arts industry government and self employment Within the professional curricula students may pursue studies which lead to careers in law medicine dentistry librarianship teaching and the ministry SEMESTER LOAD LIMIT The normal schedule is 15 16 credit hours per semester No student may register for more than 18 semester hours per semester without permission of the Dean ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT To assist students in meeting graduation requirements a system of academic advisement is provided in all departments Academic advising is essential for assuring students that the programs of study they are pursuing include the requirements of their particular departments and desired degrees It also assists in helping students make maximum use of the learning opportunities in the University and in helping them address academic problems ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS See specific descriptions for admission requirements for programs in the College of Arts and Sciences Requirements for graduation vary from department to department Therefore students must be certain to satisfy departmental requirements Students are responsible for meeting all academic requirements for graduation GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Students in the College in Arts and Sciences All undergraduate students at the University must fulfill 33 credit hours of General Education courses in the following areas Written Communication 6 credit hours Mathematical Logical and Analytical Reasoning 6 credit hours Scientific Reasoning 7 credit hours

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  • School of Business & Economics - North Carolina A&T State University
    applicable University Bulletin for the selected course of study Students are considered for a change of major to a program in the School of Business and Economics from other academic majors and undecided classification upon the completion of twenty four 24 semester hours with a minimum grade point average of 2 5 The 24 semester hours must include ENGL 100 and 101 MATH 111 and 112 or equivalent FRST 098 SCS 099 UNST 103 and MATH 099 are not considered for the 24 hour requirement MATH 131 and 132 may be substituted for MATH 111 and MATH 112 credit will be awarded for the higher level courses only Exceptions to this policy require the recommendation of the department chairperson and the approval of the dean of the School of Business and Economics Students majoring in programs in the School of Business and Economics must enroll in 3 hours of humanities social sciences or free electives which satisfy the African American studies core requirement of the University DOUBLE MAJOR Students who desire to obtain a double major within the School of Business and Economics must complete a minimum of twelve 12 semester hours beyond those required of the first major As a general rule major program courses in one major in the School of Business and Economics will not be accepted to meet major program elective course requirements in the second major APPROVAL FOR TRANSFER CREDIT Students enrolled in the School of Business and Economics must receive prior approval from the department chairperson and the dean of the School of Business and Economics for courses to be considered for transfer credit from other colleges and universities Community College courses included in articulation agreements and or courses that are comparable to courses 100 300 level in the first two years of the selected program of study at North Carolina A T State University are considered for transfer credit PROFICIENCY EXAMINATIONS Students who have had some training or experience in certain fields offered in the School of Business and Economics may be given an opportunity to take an examination with the permission of the chairperson of the department and the approval of the dean of the School of Business and Economics A student who passes a proficiency examination is given credit toward graduation provided that the course is acceptable for his her curriculum Credit is given only if a grade of C is made on the examination A grade of P is recorded on the student s record No official record is made of failures on these examinations Proficiency examinations are given under the following restrictions Examinations may be taken only by persons who are in residence at the University Examinations may not be taken to raise grades or remove failures in courses Examinations may be taken only once in the same course SENIOR RESIDENCE REQUIREMENT A student must complete a minimum of three semesters as a full time student in residence at the University which include the two semesters prior to graduation

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