Important Dates and Information
In order to take any college-level credits (1000-level or higher), students must be in the process of satisfying Learning Support requirements. This is a state Board of Regents policy.
If a student withdraws from a LS class, s/he must also withdraw from any college-level courses for which co-enrollment in Learning Support is a requirement. Examples: students who withdraw or are withdrawn from ENGL 0989 must also withdraw from ART 1100, MUSC 1100, and/or MDST 1110; students who withdraw or are withdrawn from MATH 0999 must also withdraw from MATH 1111.
- ENGL 0989: maximum of 2
- MATH 0987: maximum of 2
- MATH 0989: maximum of 2
C. What Does it Mean to Withdraw from a Course?
- When students withdraw or are administratively withdrawn from a Learning Support (LS) course by the midpoint of the semester, that semester doesn’t count toward the total allowed attempts in LS.
- While there are no academic penalties for withdrawing from a class prior to the midpoint, there may be financial aid consequences. Please discuss any withdrawals with your professor, your advisor, and with financial aid prior to submitting a withdrawal request.
- Additionally, Area A requirements must be completed by the time students complete 30 credit hours. Students who do not complete LS requirements by the time they earn 30 hours will have their schedules restricted to only LS coursework until completed. (Board of Regents policy)
- Remember, too, that faculty may have students administratively withdrawn at any point in the semester for missing assignments or for excessive absences. This results in a grade of WF if initiated after the midpoint, and a WF in LS counts as an attempt.
D. Important Dates this Semester
- Midpoint (last day to withdraw from a full-session UNG course without academic penalty): Monday, March 6, 2017.
- If you are unable to withdraw yourself in Banner, click on the Forms & Requests tab in https://my.ung.edu for the Class Withdrawal Form
- Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday: Monday, January 16 - no classes.
- Spring Break: March 13-17 - no classes
- Summer and Fall 2017 registration dates: April 3-21. Students with Learning Support requirements must schedule an appointment with their academic advisor during Advising Weeks (March) to get their official Student Scheduling Worksheet and in order to be permitted to self-register. Be sure to clear up any existing holds prior to your registration time ticket.
- If your primary campus is Gainesville, please contact Gail Barksdale: Nesbitt 2116; (678)717-3765; firstname.lastname@example.org
- If your primary campus is Cumming or Oconee, please contact Dede deLaughter: OC-Administration, room 115; (706)310-6207; email@example.com
- If your primary campus is Dahlonega, please contact Melissa Lach: Stewart 269; (706)864-1433; firstname.lastname@example.org