**This page contains important information for the Fall 2013 Drop/Add Period**
IMPORTANT REMINDERS: Fall 2013
The Drop/Add period is Tuesday, September 3rd through Tuesday, September 10th. All Drop/Add forms must be completed and filed in the Registrar’s Office by 5:00 pm, Wednesday, September 11th. You must obtain the signature of the course instructor AND your academic advisor to add a class. For .25 (quarter credit) classes, you must obtain the signature of the instructor only to add a class.
You may drop a class with only an advisor’s signature.
- Students who are enrolled as full-time students (3 or more course credits) as of Wednesday, September 11th, will be charged full-time tuition.
- Students who enroll in extra courses will be charged additional tuition for those courses as of Wednesday, September 11th.
The Business Administration, English 004,005, Mathematics and Collegiate Seminar departments have centralized drop/add. Individual instructors may not add or drop you from these courses. You must go directly to the following locations to drop or add courses. You will be provided a centralized Drop/Add form and you must turn in the signed centralized Drop/Add form to the Registrar’s Office except for Collegiate Seminar courses. Collegiate Seminar will process your drop/add form and forward them to the Registrar’s Office for your convenience.
- Business Administration - Galileo 3rd Floor
- English 004 and 005 – Dante 305 or 320
- Collegiate Seminar – Arcade 2 (right of the chapel)
- Math and Computer Science –Galileo 101B
If you are wait-listed for a course or courses, you must attend the first class session to determine if the instructor can accommodate you. If you are admitted to the course, you must turn in a signed Drop/Add form to the Registrar’s Office during the Drop/Add period.
You are not officially registered in the course until the Registrar’s Office receives and processes your Drop/Add form.
GaelXpress – Online Services
GaelXpress gives you access to your information online. SMC students may view and print their schedules, unofficial transcripts and academic evaluations using GaelXpress. The Drop/Add process may not be completed using GaelXpress.
Independent Studies and Internships
For the Fall 2013 term, students must file the form for an independent study or internship by Wednesday, September 11th . The form must be filled out completely and submitted online by the student. The Registrar's Office will forward the form to the appropriate instructor and department chair. Failure to submit the form online by the deadline will result in the form being returned to the student and the petition denied.
The Registrar’s Office needs your current address and phone number. If you have moved or changed your phone number, please notify the Registrar’s Office immediately.
You may submit your address change at our website: www.stmarys-ca.edu/registrar. Click on “Forms”, then click on the “Change of Address” link.
Withdrawal Policy regarding Financial Aid
Any student withdrawing from the College during the first 60% of the term will only be entitled to the percentage of Title IV financial aid equal to the percentage of time actually completed in the term. For example, a student completing 40% of the term will get to keep only 40% of their federal aid, even though the tuition charged may be 100%. The date of the withdrawal, used to calculate the percent of the time the student was enrolled, is the date that the student begins the withdrawal process. Questions about the applicable federal regulations should be directed to the Financial Aid Office at x4370.
Disabled Student Services
If you have a disability, Saint Mary's College offers assistance and services. The facilities of the College have been modified to assist you toward your educational goals. For more information, please contact Academic Support and Achievement program at x4164.
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
You may visit the Registrar’s Office website at www.stmarys-ca.edu/registrar for the latest information regarding FERPA.
Students may take quarter-course credit (.25) classes with no additional fee. Only 12 (.25 credit ) may be applied towards a degree.