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Policies & Procedures


Course Changes

Add/Drop/Swap

Course enrollments may be added, dropped, or swapped, through OPUS, without penalty during the periods specified on the Academic Calendar.

MaymesterSummer School
February 7 - May 9
  • February 7 -May 16 for Session 1 courses
  • February 7 -June 30 for Session 2 courses
Oxford College students should contact the Oxford Advising Support Center with any questions or help with schedule changes.

Letter-Grade Changes

Changes from a letter grade to the satisfactory/unsatisfactory (S/U) grading basis may be made before the deadlines listed on the Academic Calendar.

Degree candidates in Oxford College may not enroll in courses on the S/U basis.

 

MaymesterSummer School
May 17
  • June 5 for Session 1 courses
  • July 17 for Session 2 courses

Course Load

Students enrolled in summer courses in ECAS are subject to the following limits:

Maymester

Students may enroll in only one three-week  course. Those students who enroll in a Maymester course are not permitted to enroll in courses in Summer Session I (with the exception of PE courses) but may enroll in Summer Session II.

summer sessions

All students are limited to eight credits in each session -- Summer Session I and Summer Session II.

Students with a 3.5 GPA or above may petition the Office for Undergraduate Education to overload up to 10 credit hours in each session. These petitions will be considered if the student’s cumulative GPA is above a 3.5, and/or if there are extraordinary reasons for this exception.

PE courses do not count towards the eight-hour limit in the summer sessions, but are included in the 10-hour maximum for all courses. 

Please consult an academic advisor if you have questions about the number of courses or credits you would like to enroll during the summer.

Cancellations

NOTE: Transient students must notify the Summer Programs office if they no longer plan to attend.

Please Note

Summer 2023 tuition adjustment dates will be set and released by Student Accounts and Billing Office this spring.

Maymester

  • Cancel on or before (TBA) for full tuition refund
  • Cancel after (TBA) for prorated tuition refund according to tuition adjustment schedule set by Student Accounts and Billing Office

Summer School: Sessions 1 & 2

Session 1 Course Enrollment:

  • Cancel on or before (TBA) for full tuition refund
  • Cancel after (TBA) for prorated tuition refund according to tuition adjustment schedule set by Student Accounts and Billing Office

Session 2 Course Enrollment:

  • Cancel on or before (TBA) for full tuition refund
  • Cancel after (TBA) for prorated tuition refund according to tuition adjustment schedule set by Student Accounts and Billing Office

Course Cancellation Due to Low Enrollment

Please note that course offerings are subject to change/cancellation. Sometimes courses are cancelled or sections combined due to low enrollment, or on the need of the faculty.

If a course is cancelled, students will be given the opportunity to enroll in an available course. Students will be notified of course changes/cancellation at the earliest opportunity.

Withdrawals

Maymester

Students who wish to withdraw from a Maymester course after May 9, 2023 must request permission from the Summer School Programs office. After May 9, 2023 tuition refunds are prorated according to the tuition adjustment schedule set by Student Accounts & Billing Office.

 

Summer School: Sessions 1 & 2

After the add/drop period, a student may withdraw from one or more courses only with permission from Academic Advising. Please contact the Academic Advising office in 300 White Hall to request a withdrawal. Complete or partial tuition refunds are prorated according to the tuition adjustment schedule set by Student Accounts & Billing Office.

The last day to withdraw without incurring academic penalty is:

Session 1 - June 7
Session 2 - July 20

The Honor Code

For more than half a century, academic integrity has been maintained at Emory through the student-initiated and student-regulated Honor Code.

Please familiarize yourself with the Honor Code.

Every student who applies and is accepted by Emory College agrees, as a condition of attendance, to abide by the provisions of the Honor Code as long as he or she remains a student at Emory. By his or her continued attendance at Emory, a student reaffirms his or he pledge to adhere to the provisions of the Honor Code. Students who violate the Honor Code are subject to a letter grade of "F" in the course in question, suspension, dismissal, or a combination of these sanctions and/or other sanctions as appropriate.