Caption: Student Regulations - Undergraduates - 1961
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CH INGE l \ STUDY PROGRAMS ()ncc you h.i\ registered for the term, permi ion to change from one ,,,,,. to anothe in youi studj pr< im may he obtained only from the dean oi you colh When formal registration is over and cla ses have begun, you also musi he consent ol the he.id oi the department in which the coui is offered
The department he.id m.i\ require \<>u to pass an examination on the work that
you have mis d hut that has been already covered In the new class, «,i to present s.iti'st ton evidence oi your abilitj to carrj the work. It youi coll< office permits you to make a change in your study program you should request a "Change of Program" blank, commonly known as a "change
lip." This should he filled out and deposited at the Husiness Office (100-a A«! ministration Building) within two days a l t e r if is issued. A lee of SI.00 is
charged for each change slip issued. In cases oi conflict or errors in registration
VOU1 college office may decide that the lee should he waived. You may not enter new classes a l t e r the beginning of a term—even if this
does not involve a change in your program—except with the approval of the
dean ot \ o u r college, ll you are taking a course which has several sections meeting at various hours,
and want to change from one section to another, you must get advance permission from the office of the department in which the course is included. GRADES
At the caid of the first eight weeks ( m i d - t e r m ) of each semester, a freshman's i.hles are reported by his college to the student himself, to his parents, and to
the office oi the Dean of Men or Dean of Women. <4 Grade points are given this way: A grade of "A" — 5 points, R" = 4. "C >. " D " — 2, "E" 1 (failure). The .made of "ah" (failure) is computed is I point, and indicates lack of attendance. The grade "\V" indicates
withdrawal. Each course has an assigned n u m b e r of credit hours. T o work
out your grade point average, multiply the point value of the grade you received in each course by the number of credit hours in that course. Add the answers from your multiplication and divide the sum by the total number o\
hours for which you were registered t h a t semester.
Rhetoric lot Mathematics 117 Ipanish 101 Botany 103 3 5 4 4 hours hours hours hours B A C B 3x4 5x5 1\J 4x4 (frand Point 1 25 1 16 Total 6
The total oi 65 divided by lf> will equal a grade point average of 4.06 'B"—plus).
As a student, \oiir main concern should be satisfactor) progress toward youi ollege degree. It your work is unsatisfactory, the dean of your college will take action. You may be warned, you may be put on probation, or if your work is pool —you ma) be dropped from the college. Each curriculum within the University has a specified minimum grade point rage which all students enrolled in that course of study must maintain, It your grades fall below 3.0 ("C"), or the required grade average foi your <<A lege (if this is highei than 3.0) you will be placed on probation foi the follow in;' 'in <-r. Ii \ou fail to raise youi average above the t.O oi your colli e's rade requirement during the semestei you are on probation, you will be dropped