Fall 2010 Enrollment Information
Remember, you are responsible for the accuracy of your own official schedule.
Your official Fall 2010 course schedule is available via the Student Center. Please review your schedule very carefully, paying particular attention to grade options (S/U or LET), credit hours, and enrollment in attached sub-courses (labs and sections).
Changes to classroom assignments or meeting times will be reflected in your class schedule on the Student Center, or in the class roster. Always confirm your schedule on-line. Please verify your local and home address so you will receive important mailings such as registration information, grades and graduation information.
Changes to Course Enrollment:
Changes to your official schedule will be made primarily by using the online add/drop system available through the Student Center. You will still need to use the Cornell University paper add/drop form available in any Registrar's Office for courses flagged “By Permission of Instructor,” and for other exceptional circumstances. To enroll in a First-Year Writing Seminar you will be required to submit your requests online. Completed paper add/drop forms, with required approvals, should be submitted to the Engineering Registrar's Office for processing before the deadlines outlined on the reverse side of this sheet. Please keep the following in mind when using paper add/drop forms:
Instructions for Using the Paper Add/Drop Form
Departmental approval is required for most transactions (adds, drops, and changes).
- Print all information neatly and legibly.
- Refer to the front of your Course and Room Roster for specific examples of various transactions that you can do on the form (adding/dropping courses and changing credit hours/grade options).
- Check all 4 or 5 digit Class Identification Numbers (CID) with the Fall 2010 Course and Room Roster, or in the Student Center class search screen. These numbers change each semester for all courses and are extremely important.
- Include credit hours, especially for variable credit courses.
- If adding or dropping an entire course, be sure to include all sub-courses (labs and discussions) on the form.
- Make a mistake? Cross out the entry and go to the next line. Use additional forms if necessary.
- Bring completed and approved forms to the Engineering Registrar's Office in 158 Olin Hall for processing.
- Keep your pink (date stamped) copy of the add/drop form, as proof of your schedule changes.
- Confirm the changes online via the Student Center, the following day.
Students are required to confirm their class schedules throughout the semester via the Student Center. This will ensure that your semester grade report will include all of the courses you're attending, with appropriate grade options and credit hours. If your schedule is incorrect you may not receive credit for a course you're attending, or you may receive an “F” grade for a course you never attended. Remember, view your classes on the Student Center; it only takes a moment and it may save you a lot of aggravation later!
- Dates and Deadlines