You may schedule an appointment with us in person on the ground floor of 2 Rawl Annex Building, Monday – Friday between 8am-5pm or by phone at 252.328.9301. For student requirements and expectations, please visit our Appointments page.
For fall and spring semesters (typically), you can drop courses on your own through the first 6 days of the new semester. However, you can add courses by 5pm on the 7th day of the new semester. Summer Semester schedules can be changed by the day after the semester begins.
No. If you take a class at ECU and fail it, you must complete the course at ECU. You will not be able to transfer it in for credit from anywhere else.
You can grade replace any 1000 or 2000 level course so long as you have a grade of "D" or "F" and have not taken a higher level course within that area (i.e. You can grade replace MATH 1065 at any point, as long as you have not moved on to MATH 1074). You have 4 grade replacements to use over your ECU career beginning Fall 2010.
First, prioritize the courses you wish to take that are most important to graduation. Next, contact each professor directly and inquire about special permission into the class. If there is no professor listed, contact the department. Acquire documentation from the professor and depending on the department, bring it to the main department office or Registrar's Office (Room 100 in the Whichard Building) for submission.
Yes, with a few preliminary steps. To take a course at another college or university over the summer, you must have at least a 2.0 GPA at ECU by the time you begin the summer session course, or it will NOT transfer back to ECU. You must earn a C minimum on all transfer courses.
After the official drop period is over (after the first 50% of the semester), options are reduced to withdrawal from courses. Typically, this is only done through the Dean of Students Office for those with extenuating circumstances, such as extreme medical or psychological reasons.
To remove an incomplete, the student must contact and complete the work with the professor of the course. The professor will set a time for removal of the incomplete. If that professor is not available as you are seeking to complete the course, you must contact the department directly. The Incomplete removal form must be submitted by the professor at least two weeks prior to the end of the semester.
A schedule is typically dropped if one has not paid his/her tuition and fees. This means that you are not actually registered for those classes anymore and you must sign up for them again. You are NOT guaranteed to get your seat back if this occurs. A registration schedule form after drop/add will need to be filled out.
This depends on the major for which you are seeking entrance. You can declare into the IET, ICT, Design, IDIS, or Computer Science majors at any point of your ECU career. The Construction Management department requires a 2.0 minimum G.P.A. to declare for the major. This means that until you are officially declared as a CMGT major, then you will be unable to take any CMGT courses.
The Senior Summary is one of your final steps towards graduation. This appointment is set up typically 2 to 3 semesters prior to graduation with your Advisor (depending on the department). The student and Advisor will meet to set a formal plan towards graduation based on courses taken vs. courses needed. If this plan changes, it may result in a longer stay at ECU.
In order to place into a non-intermediate Math course at ECU, you must first take a placement test.
This means that you will not be able to change your schedule (registration included) until the hold tag is removed. Each tag has a different meaning and a different contact person for tag removal. You can get this information through the "hold tag" link within the Tools section of OneStop or through Banner Self-Service.
Distance Education/Online Courses
Distance Education courses are typically meant for students in our online transfer program, and are typically managed by the department that offers the course. These classes often require special permission, so if you find a Distance Education course you wish to take, you must contact follow departmental procedure.
If an incoming student has an Associate's or Applied Associates degree in Science, then the primary option is the BS in Industrial Technology (BSIT) program. The estimated completion time for this program (if taking full-time hours) is an estimated 2 years.
You may schedule an appointment with us in person on the ground floor of 2 Rawl Annex Building, Monday – Friday between 8am-5pm or by phone at 252.328.9301.