Academic Regulations - Undergraduate

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PolicyREG02.20.01
TitleAcademic Regulations - Undergraduate
CategoryAcademic Affairs
Sub-categoryDegree Requirements, Undergraduate
AuthorityProvost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs
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1. Introduction

The undergraduate catalog is offered online in two formats, an HTML version and a PDF version. The HTML version is a continuously updated, dynamic, edition of the academic catalog that is accessible via a Web browser. It is kept current with curriculum revisions as they are approved by the university, and is the official university academic catalog. The PDF version is a downloadable copy of the HTML catalog as it stands on August 15 of each year, when it is “frozen” to establish the guidelines and regulations under which each incoming class will matriculate. [Both the HTML version and the PDF version of the undergraduate catalog for current and past academic years is accessible on the East Carolina University website at: http://www.ecu.edu/acadprograms/catalogs.cfm]

The online undergraduate catalog is for informational purposes only, and does not constitute a contractual agreement between a student and East Carolina University. The university reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, or academic regulations at any time when, in the judgment of the faculty, the Chancellor, or the Board of Trustees, such changes are in the best interest of the students and the university.

1.1. Academic Regulations

The following academic regulations are identified in the university’s undergraduate catalog and are valid until such time as revisions are made in a regulation. Revisions to regulations are posted in the Undergraduate Catalog upon approval and are in effect as stated in the regulations.

1.1.1 The Undergraduate Catalog

1.1.1.1 Changing Catalogs

1.1.2 Official Announcements

1.1.3 Course Attendance and Participation

1.1.4 Disruptive Academic Behavior

1.1.5 Courses

1.1.5.1 Selection of Courses

1.1.5.2 Course Load

1.1.5.3 Course Substitutions

1.1.5.4 Course Repetition

1.1.5.5 Independent Study Courses

1.1.6 Registration and Schedule Changes

1.1.6.1 Early Registration

1.1.6.2 Dropping and Adding

1.1.7 Course Credits

1.1.7.1 Credit by Examination

1.1.7.2 Credit by Transfer

1.1.7.3 Credit to Restore Academic Eligibility

1.1.8 Examinations and Quizzes

1.1.8.1 Final Examinations

1.1.8.2 Intermediate Tests and Quizzes

1.1.8.3 Re-examinations

1.1.9 Grading System

1.1.9.1 Grade Points and Grade Point Average

1.1.9.2 Chancellor’s List, Dean’s List, and Honor Roll

1.1.9.3 Grade Appeals

1.1.9.4 Change of Grade

1.1.9.5 Removal of Incompletes

1.1.9.6 Grade Replacement Policy

1.1.10 Academic Eligibility Standards

1.1.10.1 Academic Standing Codes

1.1.10.2 Warning and Probation

1.1.10.3 Suspension

1.1.10.4 Readmission

1.1.11 Official Withdrawal from an Academic Term

1.1.12 Student Educational Records

1.1.12.1 Policy on Posting Grades

1.1.12.2 Transcripts of Records

1.1.12.3 Privacy of Student Educational Records Policy

1.1.12.4 Access to Student Educational Records

1.1.12.5 Change of Name and Address

1.1.12.6 Release of Directory Information