Course Registration Information
Course Registration Information
During the first week of the term students may add on-line via web registration (Webster). During the second through the fourth weeks of the term, student may add classes at the discretion of the instructor, who must provide a signature on a Registration Form. Thereafter, only the College Dean may approve exceptions. Requests for exceptions may be brought to the Deans only upon instructor’s prior approval of the request.
- Dates for adding classes- Follow this link: addpolicy
No class may be added after the end of the regular instructional period under any circumstances. This means that no courses may be added during finals week or after the end of the term.
What do I do if I have a hold?
- Money hold – Contact Student Accounts email@example.com or 541-962-3590
- All other holds contact your Adviser (you can find your adviser using your Webster Account “View Student Information”)
Can’t see the course registration number?
The number is suppressed. You will need the instructor’s approval to get into the class. Please fill out a Registration Formand forward it along with your email request to the instructor for approval. When you receive approval, forward your completed form and instructor approval to the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Means you don’t have enough credits earned to take an upper division class (300-400 level class). You will need the instructor’s approval to get into the class. Please fill out a Registration Form and forward it along with your email request to the instructor for approval. When you receive approval forward your completed form and instructor approval to the Registrar’s Office at email@example.com.
Class is full?
If the class is full you will need the instructor’s approval and the dean’s approval to get into the class. Please fill out a Registration Form and forward it along with your email request to the instructor for approval requesting the instructor forward to the dean. The Dean will let the Register’s office know if you we can add you to the class.
Weeks 1 – 4 you can drop on the web using your Webster Account.
Drop fees will be assessed in accordance with the fee policies stated in the EOU Student Accounts drop/withdrawal refund schedule.
Weeks 5 – 7 Withdrawal Policy: There are two types of withdrawal – withdrawal from a course and withdrawal from the University
From a course: A student may withdraw from the 5th week of the term through the 7th week with a grade of “W” indicated on the transcript.
No withdrawals will be issued after the 7th week of the term. Instructors will issue a letter grade (A-F, or I) for all students enrolled after the 7th week. A student making adequate academic progress during the term and needing to withdraw after the 7th week may request an incomplete from the instructor.
From the University: A student may withdraw from the University at any time during the term by the last day of regularly scheduled classes by completing the proper form in the Registrar’s Office. Official notification in writing must be received before any withdrawal from the University is processed.
The purpose of the S/U option is to encourage you to take courses outside your major program without fear of the grade earned affecting your GPA. The S/U grading option must be elected by the second Friday of the term. To elect the S/U option, the student must file the request form with the Registrar’s Office. Of the 180 term hours required for the bachelor’s degree, you may elect up to 36 for S/U (courses offered only on an S/U basis are not included in the 36-hour limit).
The grade of S indicates a grade comparable to a grade of C- or better. An S/U grade may be elected for any course except those used to meet specific program requirements, unless it is allowed by the academic college offering the course. If a required course is offered only on an S/U basis, it may be counted in the major program. If students have questions regarding which courses can be taken S/U, they should see their faculty adviser
If you are repeating a course to raise a grade, a grade of “U” is not considered to be a higher grade than a
“D” or “F”.
A non-admitted student is a person who feels academically qualified to enroll for classes at EOU but does not desire to be admitted to the university. The non-admitted status is specifically designed for the person who desires to take a very limited number of courses generally for purposes other than obtaining a degree or teaching certificate at Eastern Oregon University. Non-admitted students are not eligible to receive federal student aid.
As a non-admitted student, you will be allowed to take up to 8 credits hours per academic term. Summer you can take up to 21 credits.