For New Courses approved for Spring 2017 after August 1, 2016 please see the Spring 2017 Class Schedule. Experimental Courses for the 2016-2017 Academic Year can also be found in the Class Schedule. The Class Schedule may be accessed through RAMweb or ARIESweb.
Update to Personal and Living Expenses (September 2016)
The $350 housing deposit for residence hall students serves as both a reservation fee and a contractual guarantee. A partial refund of this deposit is available if the applicant cancels his/her request prior to the date the residence halls open for the semester. For specific information about the refund policy, refer to the “Housing Deposit & Refund Information” outlined in the Housing Guide or on the Housing & Dining Services website.
A $340 application deposit is required for students applying for university apartments (after Nov. 1, 2016 - $350). This deposit will convert to a damage/cleaning deposit at the time of assignment. The deposit will be refunded any time prior to confirming an apartment assignment, upon request. The refund procedure for current apartment residents is outlined in the Apartment Life Housing Agreement. For further information, refer to the Housing Guide or the Housing & Dining Services website.
Graduate and Professional Bulletin Updates
Faculty Council approved the changes to the continuous registration policy on September 6, 2016. This modification is found on page 11 of the Faculty Council minutes.
Faculty Council approved the addition of the Student Conduct Code to the Graduate and Professional Bulletin. This addition was approved on October 4, 2016 and is found on page 10 of the Faculty Council minutes.
Faculty Council approved modifications to the Evaluation of Graduate Students. These changes were approved on October 4, 2016 and are found on page 10 of the Faculty Council minutes.
Faculty Council approved changes to the Admissions Requirements and Procedures. These changes were approved on November 1, 2016 and are found on page 13 of the Faculty Council minutes.
Faculty Council approved changes to the Graduate Study section, adding Graduate Specializations. These chances were approved on December 6, 2016 in the Faculty Council minutes.
The following Graduate Certificates were approved on the Faculty Council minutes and have been added to the General Catalog:
Graduate Certificate in Applied Global Stability: Agriculture (05/03/16 FC approval)
Graduate Certificate in Applied Global Stability: Natural Resources (05/03/16 FC approval)
Graduate Certificate in Applied Global Stability: Water Resources (05/03/16 FC approval)
Graduate Certificate in French Linguistics and Literary Studies (05/03/16 FC approval)
Graduate Certificate in Gender, Power and Difference (05/03/16 FC approval)
Graduate Certificate in Military and Veteran Culture (05/03/16 FC approval)
Graduate Certificate in Spanish Linguistics and Literary Studies (05/10/16 FC approval)
Updated the Business Administration (BUSA-BS) Core to list courses alphanumerically. Corrected the remaining AUCC 3B requirement listed under "AUCC Non-Specified Courses" from 6 to 3 credits. This requirement is listed correctly as 3 credits in each of the BUSA-BS Concentrations. (10/17/2016)
HORT-HBMZ-BS: Major in Horticulture, Horticultural Business Management concentration: 4B added to HORT 460/SOCR 460 in Senior year program requirements. (10/20/16)
HORT-VTEZ-BS: Major in Horticulture, Viticulture and Enology concentration: 4B removed from HORT 460/SOCR in Senior year in POS. Major Completion Map correction –4B removed from HORT 460/SOCR AND added 4B HORT 462 to match program requirements (Senior Semester 7). (10/20/16)
ECSS-BS: Major in Ecosystem Science and Sustainability: effective 11/21/14 UCC minutes NRRT 330 replaced NR 330 in Junior year program requirements. (10/20/16)
Corrected: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) heading - fixed typographical error from Education to Educational. (02/13/2017)
Corrected: Grade Appeals: corrected language to reflect approved Faculty Council minutes (May 4, 2010). Language now reads:
- The grading decision was based upon standards unreasonably different from those which were applied to other students in the same course and section. (02/15/2017)