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  • Records

Records Office

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  • Spring 2015

    Welcome to the 2015 Spring Semester! Before classes begin on January 12, 2015, please take a look at the following reminders:

    As you return to classes for the spring 2015 semester, please check your schedule on eServices frequently. It is possible that changes have been made to your classes, so be aware of the time and where your classes are meeting. Changes to the location of your classes can occur after classes have started, so you should continue to check your schedule during the first week of classes. Students are responsible for all deadlines and registration activity.

    Drop/Add Deadline: The deadline for dropping and adding courses is Friday, January 16, 2015, at 4 p.m. No entry will be made in a student’s record if a course is dropped before this date.

    Class Permissions: After the January 16th deadline, a student can no longer add courses via eServices. A department issued ‘registration permit’ will be required to add any courses and must be processed in the Records Office. The permit must be signed by the student and the instructor teaching the course. Permits can be found in departments or on the Records website under Forms.

    Holds: If you have issues adding or dropping a course, it maybe because of a hold or certain restriction on the course. To see a list of common reasons along with the error message and possible solution, go to the following link: Common Registration Problems

    Withdrawal Deadline: You may to continue to drop classes after January 16, but you will receive a ‘W’ on your academic record. Withdrawal deadlines vary for half term and full term sessions. Please check your student schedule in eServices for specific withdrawal deadlines for each course.

    Waitlists: Waitlists for the 2015 spring semester courses will end on January 16, 2015. Waitlists are lists of students waiting to get registered for a course that is full. If you are on a waitlist for a course, make sure to watch for a notification sent to your mnstate.edu email account. The student will have 24 hours after being notified to go to eServices and register for the course.

     

     

    Mission Statement

    The Records Office is dedicated to performing the essential roles of supporting, facilitating, and promoting the academic mission of MSU Moorhead by connecting students to the faculty, curriculum, and classroom on a continuum of service from enrollment to graduation and beyond. We strive to provide exceptional service in delivering the most up-to-date information available in the most convenient manner.