classification is based on hours earned prior to the Spring 2014 semester.
Seniors 90+ hours - register on
or after Monday, March 24
60-89 hours -
register on or after Wednesday, March 26
30-59 hours -
register on or after Friday, March 28
<30 hours -
register on or after Tuesday, April 1
BEGINNING March 19, 2014 Make
an appointment with your advisor to register for FA-14 and summer courses. Your
advisor’s name can be found on the student portal under “my grades” on
your latest mid-term or final grade report. The appointment time must be
on or after your classification date listed above. Advisors will post
appointment times where students can sign up and/or contact you via email..
the course offerings for FA-14, SU1-14, SU2-14, and SU-14 on the student portal. NOTE: The complete course offering may not be available until March 19, 2014 and you must change the term to the appropriate semester or session to view the offering.
with your advisor at your designated appointment time. NOTE:
Students - - Do not meet with your advisor until your classification date
above. If you do, your schedule will be removed from the system until the
specified day. Your Advisor will check your classification and enter
and print your schedule on the student portal after meeting with your
Only students eligible for early registration must present a “Registration Pass” to their
advisor. Students eligible for early registration will receive an “Early
Registration Pass” in their NGU PO Box by March 19, 2014. If you receive an Early Registration Pass and have questions - please contact the Registrar's Office.
If you need
assistance with viewing the student portal please contact the helpdesk at 7272.
The following rules concerning the
semester hour load apply to all regular students: 1) Any student who has a
cumulative grade point average of less than 3.0 is limited to 19 semester hours
of academic work, including credit and non-credit courses. 2) Students on
academic probation will have their class load limited to 13 academic
hours. 3) Students who are required to
enroll in two or more developmental courses may not enroll for more than 14
academic hours including credit and non-credit courses. However, non-credit courses will be included
in total semester load hours. A summer
session normal load is six hours. Normally, in lecture discussion courses requiring outside preparation, one hour of credit shall be given for one period of recitation (50 minutes) plus two hours of preparation each week of the term. Also, a semester hour of credit normally represents at least three hours of work each week, on the average, for a period of 15 - 16 weeks. A
student must have permission from the office of the Vice President for Academics before exceeding the hour loads
designated above. Students in the Honors Program may exceed the maximum load
limit with approval of the Director of the Honors Program or the Vice President
If a class is being taught and there
is no class conflict, an independent study should not be given. Ordinarily, no student can earn more than 6 semester
hours through independent studies toward their degree. Exceptions must be approved by the Vice
President for Academics. A professor ordinarily
is allowed to teach two independent studies per semester. (Exception will be given in one-hour physical education classes.) The dean must first give approval
for the independent study in the college.
Also, the course instructor and the Vice President for Academics must
approve the independent study.