is available at http://www.wlu.edu/x58214.xml.
Please mark your calendars for this firm deadline for all winter-term undergraduate grades. Be sure to check all grade rosters and aubmit a grade for all students each course.
*** Spring Option: Get your paperwork in to declare Spring Option: http://myw.lu/1ddjMMz
*** Sophomore Major Declaration: Avoid a late fee – file your initial major declaration: http://go.wlu.edu/URMajorDeclarationForm
*** Spring-term special fees: Last Day to drop a spring term course without being responsible for the special fees associated with the course. If you aren’t sure, check the details of your course at http://go.wlu.edu/CourseOfferings. These will be billed next week.
…is Wednesday, September 11, 2013. If you are planning to graduate next spring, then this degree application is for you. Start at http://go.wlu.edu/DegreeApplication. Contact email@example.com if you have questions.
Information about the Winter 2013 examination week is found at www.wlu.edu/documents/registrar/policies/exams-winter.pdf. Grading collection and distribution is described at www.wlu.edu/x58214.xml.
Apply for a Kendrick Award!
Deadline: March 31
Are you interested in a pilgrimage to Glacier National Park, Redwood National Park, the Barrier Islands, or some other wild and spirit-stimulating landscape? Other W & L students have journeyed to such locations and brought back their discoveries to share. You can be next!
Any non-graduating W & L student interested in applying to the S. Bryant Kendrick Memorial Outdoor Fund for project assistance should submit the following materials to the Kendrick Committee c/o Prof. Jim Warren, firstname.lastname@example.org, by midnight on March 31, 2013:
1. A description of the project, including time-frame and travel budget.
2. A one-paragraph statement about why you want to pursue this project.
3. A supporting letter from a faculty member with whom you have discussed the project.
4. A personal vita.
5. Agreement to undergo an interview if requested.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, EMAIL Prof. Warren.
Past awards have ranged up to $800 to defray project expenses.
*The Kendrick Fund was established in memory of S. Bryant Kendrick (’67) to provide financial support for one or more students to have an extramural experience of self-examination and reflection through exploration of the natural world. Recipients are to record their experiences in an artful way and present them at W & L the following year.*
All registration windows will now open at 7 am. Seniors will begin on Tuesday, November 6, through First-Years on Friday, November 9. Meet with your adviser, check for holds, get instructor consents in advance, apply for overloads, review the winter course offering site and details, and build your preferred course list in WebAdvisor. Check out additional details on the University Registrar’s website.
Deadline for submitting non-senior grades is 3:00 p.m. on Friday, May 25th. See online instructions for more details.
-> Examinations end at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 19.
-> Senior grades are due by 12 noon on Monday, May 21. The graduation final checkout process is described here.
-> Non-senior grades are due to the University Registrar’s Office by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, May 25.
-> During the grading period, courses disappear temporarily from the “My Class Schedule” screen in WebAdvisor. The courses will reappear once grades for the term are released.
-> Grades are expected to be available for seniors through WebAdvisor on Wednesday, May 23 at 11:30 a.m., and for all other students by Monday, May 28. Also, grade reports are expected to be e-mailed Friday, May 25 directly to your W&L e-mail address. Only one e-mail copy of your grades is available.
-> Some WebAdvisor screens will have restricted access while grades are being verified and seniors are being certified for graduation Monday-Wednesday, May 21-23 and Friday, May 25. Once these processes are complete, access will be restored.
-> Explanations of F grade codes are available here.
Grade reports are not sent through the mail or provided over the telephone. Families should ask their students for a copy of e-mail or WebAdvisor grades. Printed transcripts may be ordered using the information under the Transcripts link.
All registration changes not submitted with appropriate signatures by 4:30 p.m. on this day will require petitioning the Faculty EC and the drop with record policy goes into effect. The $100 late fee continues.