Registration Info for Summer and Fall 2019 | Phase I

Dear Student, I am in the office, but due to the large volume of students coming in for advisement at this time, I am not able to answer email quickly. If you have a registration question, please read the info below. If your question is not answered below, I will respond as soon as possible. Please note that I will only be addressing registration issues until April 10, and will be available again for long-term academic planning and career/internship advice, as well as major changes, BEGINNING APRIL 11. NO CHANGE…

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Spring 2019 Commencement Participation for Summer 2019 Degree Candidates

Undergraduate and graduate (Masters) summer 2019 degree candidates who have two or fewer classes remaining to complete degree requirements after the spring 2019 term will be eligible to request participation in the spring 2019 ceremony. Applicants must be in GOOD ACADEMIC STANDING and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 for Bachelors, 2.7 for Masters. Extenuating personal and family circumstances or issues related to the proximity of the student’s home to Atlanta will also be taken into consideration. Summer students will receive the same ticket allotment as a spring student.…

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Temporary Downtime for Student Information System – Fall 2017

Temporary Downtime for Student Information System – Fall 2017 An upgrade is scheduled for the Student Information System (SIS), which includes Banner and modules that interface with Banner. Affected modules include, but are not limited to, OSCAR, BuzzPort, and Transcript processing. SIS Downtime Schedule: Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 5:00 pm until Monday, November 13, 2017 at approximately 8:00 am. Registration Will Be Paused Although time tickets will be posted for Phase 1 Registration for Spring 2018, the scheduled downtime for the Student Information Systems will pause all registration processes.…

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Change of Major Policy – Summer 2017

Beginning in Summer 2017 Admitted freshmen will not be allowed to submit a request for a change of major until after the deadline for withdrawal from classes with a W grade in the first term of their enrollment. The change would be effective for the second term of enrollment. This includes a change of major within the student’s current College. For freshmen admitted for Summer, the restriction is lifted after the withdraw deadline of their second semester of enrollment. All other restrictions also apply. Freshman Freshman applicants and admitted students…

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Math Requirements – Effective Summer 2015

Effective with the 2015-2016 Georgia Tech Catalog, the Math Requirements may be fulfilled with the following course sequences: Math Sequence Options for INTA and IAML majors: Non-Calculus Sequence: MATH 1712 (4) and MATH 1711 (4) = (8) Calculus Sequence: MATH 1551 (2) and MATH 1552 (4) and MATH 1553 (2) = (8) Mixed Sequence: MATH 1551 (2) and MATH 1712 (4) and MATH 1553 (2) = (8) Catalog Course Descriptions can be found at: http://oscar.gatech.edu or by clicking the links below: MATH 1712: Survey of Calculus MATH 1711: Finite Mathematics…

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Need Academic Help?

Success Summit The Success Summit targets students from all classes and majors who are on probation. This event, scheduled for the afternoon of January 10, will help students to identify academic goals for the semester, anticipate possible impediments, and develop strategies to help them succeed. The Summit will include interactive workshops and panels on topics such as • Time management and study skills, • Active learning strategies, • Reading and note-taking, • Setting semester goals, and • Succeeding in STEM courses. Registration is ongoing on the Center for Academic Success’…

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Wellness Requirement Changes at GT for Fall 2013

Wellness Requirement Changes at GT for Fall 2013 (1) The current wellness requirement, HPS 1040, Health Concepts and Strategies, has undergone a prefix and course name change. The new course will be APPH 1040, The Scientific Foundations of Health. (2) A new course option will be offered that combines lecture with structured physical activity. The new course, APPH 1050, The Science of Physical Activity and Health, is a two credit hour course that meets twice per week: one day for 1.5 hours of lecture and one day for 1.5 hours…

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