Refer to the current Handbook for Undergraduate Students for the requirements for the various undergraduate degrees and for the academic rules and regulations (such as the Pass/No Pass and Repeat options) governing undergraduates. Responsibility for meeting degree requirements and for knowing and adhering to academic regulations rests with each undergraduate. The Handbook for Undergraduate Students is available in the Office of Undergraduate Studies, Sears 357.
Each semester, to be eligible for financial aid, for on-campus housing, or for participation in varsity sports, an undergraduate must be a full-time student enrolled for a minimum of 12 credit hours of courses.
A student who is on academic probation, or is otherwise not in good standing, may not participate in varsity sports, may not hold office in a campus organization, may not use the Pass/No Pass option, and may not cross-register at another institution.
Consult the General Bulletin course descriptions and the Schedule of Classes regarding course prerequisites or ask the instructor if you are in doubt about prerequisites for a course. A student will not be able to enroll in a course for which he/she has not completed the prerequisite(s). If you fail to complete the prerequisite(s) for a course for which you are registered, you may be required make an adjustment to your schedule during the drop/add period.
For a course overload (more than 19 credit hours): To register for more than 19 credit hours, a student must have approval from the Office of Undergraduate Studies.
For course permissions: See Permissions.
Students who wish to attend class regularly without receiving credit should register as auditors. A student may audit a course with the dean’s or advisor’s approval and the consent of the instructor of the course. See bulletin.case.edu > Office of Undergraduate Studies > Grades for more information on audits or contact Undergraduate Studies for details on registering for a course as an auditor.
Changes in non-credit physical education courses and changes from one section to another of a multiple section course may be made without an advisor's signature if the original schedule was approved by the advisor.