Late Entrances into Campus Courses
No student may enter a campus course after the first 10 percent of class sessions have met (approximately two weeks.) A student may enter a course after the first day but before the end of the first 10 percent of classes have met only with approval of the academic advisor and the course instructor, using the form issued by the Registrar.
Students may retake any course to improve their grade in that course. This is particularly encouraged when a student has received a failing grade for a course. When a grade for the repeated course is received by the Registrar’s Office, the second grade is used in the calculation of the GPA and supersedes the grade for the original attempt. The original course and assigned grade remain on the student’s transcript with the notation “R” to indicate that it was retaken.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College students currently enrolled in the campus or distance programs may apply directly to the Registrar to transfer between programs. Former students who would like to return to the College must complete an application for readmission in the Office of Admission if they have not been enrolled for a year or more.