Spring 2002 Dates

Spring 2002 Semester Dates & Deadlines

Dates and times may change without prior notice. Contact the Registrar's Office for verification.

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Spring 2002 Registration Calendar
ACTIVITY TIME WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW OR DO
Priority Registration
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Dec 11-Jan 17
Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm
Your Registration Mailer shows your Priority Appointment time. Youcannot register before this time. You must clear any holds and pay your fees before you register. All students may register for a maximum of 16 units of enrolled and waitlisted classes at this time.
 
Open Registration Period
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Dec 11-Jan 18
Mon-Fri: 7pm-Midnight 
Sun: 8am - Midnight

 

Jan 21-25
Mon-Thu: 8am-7pm
Fri: 8am-5pm

You can register during any Open Registration Period after your Priority Appointment time. All holds must be cleared and your fees paid. Beginning January 18th, Undergraduate and 2nd BA students may register for a maximum of 19 units of enrolled and waitlisted courses.
 
Confirmation of Enrollment
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Week of Jan 14th
and Week of Feb 11th
We send one confirmation notice before the first day of instruction as well as a reminder postcard in the second week. Check your enrollment and make any adjustments before the add/drop deadline. You can also hear your schedule on Touch Tone, get a copy from one of the kiosks on campus, or go to the SFSU Student Information Service
 
First Day of Instruction
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January 28th  
 
Adding Classes after Instruction Begins
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Jan 28-Feb 8
Mon-Thu: 8am-7pm
Fri: 8am-5pm
If you are on a waiting list or wish to enroll, attend the first class meeting. If the instructor allows you to add, he/she will give you a permit number. Use the permit number to add the class via Touch Tone or the Web. Add by the expiration date printed on the permit number.
 
Late Adding by Exception
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Feb 11-25
Mon-Thu: 8am-7pm
Fri: 8am-5pm

 

Adding of classes during this period is permitted by exception only. You must add using an Instructor authorized late permit number.
 
Auditing
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Feb 8 Fees are the same whether you audit a course or register for credit. Add via Touch Tone or the Web. You must get instructor approval to audit by having your instructor sign an Add Form. Bring the Add Form to the One Stop Student Services Center by the add deadline.
 
Credit/No Credit Option
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April 15 In courses where credit/no credit grading is permitted, you may register for CR/NC either by signing the Fourth Week class list when distributed by the instructor in class or by getting the signature of your instructor on an Add Form and bringing it to the One Stop Student Services Center on or before this date.
 
Dropping Classes after Instruction Begins
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Jan 28-Feb 25
Mon-Thu: 8am-7pm
Fri: 8am-5pm
Students can drop classes using Touch Tone or the Web. Check the Refund Schedule (see Bursar) to see if you are eligible for a refund. If you do not drop by this deadline, follow the withdrawal procedures below. It is the student's responsibility to drop classes; including classes that are automatically added via wait lists.
 
Last Day to Drop Classes
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Feb 25 This is the last day to drop classes. Touch Tone and Web registration will be available until midnight to allow drops. If you miss this deadline, follow the withdrawal procedures.
 
Withdrawal from Class
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Feb 26-April 26 Fill in a Withdrawal Petition. Written approval of the Instructor and Department Chair are required. Not permitted except for serious and compelling reasons. Student will receive a grade of "W".
 
Withdrawal from University
(First Four Weeks of Instruction)
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Jan 28-Feb 25 Fill in a Withdrawal Card at the One Stop Student Services Center. Check the Refund Schedule to see if you are eligible for a refund (see Bursar). You will not receive a grade of "W".
 
Withdrawal from University
(After first four weeks and before the last three weeks of the semester)
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Feb 26-April 26 Fill in a Withdrawal Petition and submit it to the One Stop Student Services Center. Not permitted except for serious and compelling reasons. Student will receive grades of "W".
 
Withdrawal from Class(es) or University
(During last three weeks of the semester)
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April 29-May 18 Withdrawal from class(es) or from the University is not permitted during this period except in cases of verified accident or serious illness. Go to the One Stop Student Services Center for further instructions.
 
Grades Available
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Week of June 10th

 

Grades will be available on Touch Tone, the Web, or from one of the kiosks on campus.