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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8th: Last Day to Withdraw.
If you are considering dropping a course, please meet with your professor and your advisor to discuss your options. The last day to drop a course is Friday, November 8th. The Withdraw form requires the signature of your professor, so it is important that you start this process prior to Friday.
Freshman: Don't forget to schedule your advising appointments (you will need to schedule two this quarter) with your New Student Mentor (NSM). You will need to have met with your NSM twice this fall to have your advising hold lifted.
Transfers: If you are a first or second quarter transfer, you will need to meet with an advisor in a scheduled appointment to have your advising hold released.
If you currently have an Excel hold on your account, you will need to have passed the Excel Level I Certification prior to Registration Week (Begins November 18) to be able to register on your own. You can check to see if you have an Excel hold on your account by checking your STUDENT RESTRICTIONS on SU online.
If you are a new transfer this fall, you have until the end of the fall quarter to complete this requirement. You should not have the Excel hold on your account, but you should check your STUDENT RESTRICTIONS just to make sure you don't have anything that will prevent you from registering on time.
You can schedule a date to take the Excel Level I Certification by going to the Albers' webpage.
Thursday, November 7, 2013, Albers Executive Speaker Series, Phyllis Campbell, Vice Chairman of the Pacific Northwest for JPMorgan Chase, "Leading in the Turbulent Financial Sector," Pigott Auditorium, 5:30 p.m.
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