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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2008-2010 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration and Course Information Change of Courses  

Change of Courses

Students may add or drop courses during the late registration period preceding the semester and continuing through the sixth day of the semester. These changes may be made through telephone registration, online at, or in person in accordance with the add/drop schedule. Changes sought by mail or fax are not accepted at any time.

Exceptions to these regulations can be made only by a college's committee on scholastic standing.

Drops.Courses may be dropped until the end of the eighth full week of the semester without academic penalty, provided the student follows the change of course procedures, as described previously. Courses dropped between the end of the add/drop period and eighth week of the semester are assigned a grade of W. Students dropping a course after the end of the eighth full week of the semester are assigned a grade of F, NC, or U in the dropped course; the grade of F is computed in the semester and cumulative grade-point averages.

A student who unofficially drops a course for which he or she is registered without following the above procedure will receive a grade of F, NC, or Uin the course.

No course may be dropped during the last two weeks of classes.

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