Registered students in 2004-2005 who have completed the residency in a thesis program and who submit their theses to GPSO (Thesis Office) on or before this date...
are not required to register for the 2005-2006 academic year. Students who have already registered for the year must ask the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office, in writing, to delete their registration at the time of their thesis submission. Students should not expect to graduate in Fall 2005, but must graduate by Fall 2006 (at the latest); otherwise, they must be reinstated and will be charged retroactive registration fees for all unregistered sessions up to and including the term in which they graduate.
Features presentations by national and international scholars and graduate students. Co-sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS).
Compulsory academic advising and course approval required for ALL returning Engineering students (first two weeks of classes)
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Continuing Education (all credit courses), Education, Engineering including Architecture, Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy (1st and 2nd year students), Religious Studies, and Science. NOTE: Education students should consult the appropriate Faculty of Education advising material for details regarding Field Experience courses. Please be aware that a number of placements end later than the last day of lectures in the Fall term.
Submit course change form to Performance Department. (No withdrawals from practical lessons after this period.)