An academic advisor is assigned to help counsel you in the process of your course selection. However, it is the student's responsibility to know and following the courses and graduation requirements published in the catalog.
You can make a Request for Withdrawal (both partial and complete) by completing the online “Withdrawal” form. See TUITION ADJUSTMENT POLICY FOR WITHDRAWAL FROM CLASSES in the catalog.
If you are requesting a “complete withdrawal” (withdrawing from all classes for the semester), you will be required to come to the Registrar’s office to secure the necessary signatures to complete the withdrawal process. The date of the online form will count as the official date of notification for processing the withdrawal. The instructor will be contacted for the date of last attendance, but the official notification date for processing the withdrawal will be the date of notification. This is the date that will be used by all offices for processing the withdrawal and any refunds.
No tuition adjustment calculation will be applicable unless you completely withdraw from all registered classes.
Within two business days after the Withdrawal form is received by the Registrar's Office you should receive an email to your CBU email account indicating that the Withdrawal has been processed. It is the student's responsibility to contact the Registrar's Office (901) 321-3238 or firstname.lastname@example.org if no email message is received stating that the Withdrawal has been processed. This will ensure timely processing of all withdrawals.
You may register to audit courses, only during the first week of school, with the approval of your advisor (special students are assigned to the department chair) and the teacher. Auditors are not required to prepare assignments, take examinations, or take part in class discussion. At the end of the class, you will receive the “AU” grade if in the judgment of the instructor you have attended a sufficient number of classes to deserve that grade. Faculty members will base their decisions for awarding the “AU” only on attendance. If you do not have an adequate attendance record, the “UA” (unsatisfactory audit) grade will be given. Tuition for audited courses will be one-half of that charged for the regular credit courses on a per credit hour basis. To audit a class, you need to complete a Course Audit Form, secure the necessary signatures and return the form to the Registrar's Office during the first week of classes. For detailed policies regarding course audit, contact the Registrar’s Office.
If you are trying to register for a class that is currently full, you may be forced into that class if necessary. Please contact your advisor or the Registrar's Office for more information.
To enroll in an Independent Study or Internship:
The faculty member offering the course and you will be notified of registration through an email from the Registrar’s Office.
After you enroll at Christian Brothers University, you must take all your classes at the University. The Dean of the School in which you are majoring must approve any exception to this policy. However, during the summer, you may receive credit for off-campus courses under certain circumstances.
Under extenuating circumstances, a Christian Brothers University student may request to take summer sessions courses at another four-year, fully accredited college or university, provided that you are not repeating a course with a grade of “I” or “F.”
If you wish to enroll in summer school at another institution, you must:
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Registrar's Office.