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schedules. Students are subject to a late registration charge if they have not registered prior to the first day of classes. Students who do not attend a class for which they are


registered are dropped from the class and fined $500 by the university.


Withdrawal


After the end of the drop/add period and through the last day of the quarter, students may officially withdraw from a class. Students should note that withdrawing from a class after the drop/add period is not the same as dropping a class during the drop/add period. Withdrawal does incur a financial obligation for the portion of the class that has passed, but may entitle the student or lender to a refund of tuition paid for the remaining portion of the course. Withdrawal from one or more classes also may impact a student’s full-time status and may alter financial aid eligibility. Students should consult with a financial aid counselor for information. Refund policies are listed under financial information. To withdraw from a class, students should complete


the electronic withdrawal form available in MySCAD. The withdrawal form is processed automatically and effective immediately upon receipt of the request by the registrar’s office. If for any reason the automated process is not available, students should contact the office of the registrar immediately at registrar@scad.edu. Withdrawals are final and students may not return to the same class from which they have withdrawn. Withdrawal from a class results in a grade of W and no credit is earned. Thus, it does not calculate into the student’s grade point average. Students who stop participating in a class without officially


withdrawing through the office of the registrar are considered in violation of the SCAD attendance policy and receive a grade of F for the class. A student who is withdrawing from SCAD altogether must complete a withdrawal form for each class in which he or she is registered, have an exit interview with a staff adviser, officially drop any courses for which he or she may be pre-registered in the subsequent quarter, return his or her student identification card and, if residing in SCAD housing, return all room keys to the dean of students.


Auditing


Currently enrolled degree-seeking, non degree-seeking or transient students who wish to enroll in a class, but do not want to receive a grade, may request through the registrar to audit the class, provided space is available. Auditing status is reflected by N on the grade report. Students must be eligible to register in the course they wish to audit. Degree-seeking students should consult a staff adviser before requesting to audit a class to determine the effect this may have on financial aid and scholarship status and awards.


ARCHE Cross-Registration


The Savannah College of Art and Design is a member of the Atlanta Regional Council for Higher Education. The ARCHE cross-registration process facilitates enrollment in courses offered at all member colleges and universities. Students at ARCHE member institutions have the opportunity to broaden


academic programs and pol icies


their range of study through access to courses not offered at their home institution. SCAD students who wish to participate in the cross-registration program must submit an application to the registrar’s office. Approval for cross-registration does not guarantee placement in courses at the host institution. More information about ARCHE is available online at www. atlantahighered.org.


Internships


Internships offer undergraduate and graduate students valuable opportunities to work in a professional environment and gain firsthand experience to help them prepare for careers. In an approved internship setting, a student typically spends one quarter (10 weeks) working with an on-site professional supervisor and a faculty internship supervisor to achieve specific goals and objectives related to the program of study. Internships may be undertaken on a credit or non-credit basis and may be paid or unpaid. An undergraduate student seeking an internship for credit


must have completed at least 90 credit hours with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0. A graduate student seeking an internship for credit must have completed at least 15 graduate-level credit hours with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0. The student must complete the SCAD internship application including internship start date, duration of internship, number of hours/days per week of employment, and any terms of employment. In order to complete registration of the internship for credit at SCAD, the student must provide the completed internship application and liability waiver signed by the student, the faculty internship supervisor, the department chair and the on-site internship supervisor, along with payment of tuition. The internship application must show that the student will


have adequate faculty and supervisor contact hours during the 10-week quarter that the internship is to take place. For an undergraduate internship, students are required to work a minimum of 100 hours with supervision by the employer internship supervisor; for a graduate internship, students are required to work a minimum of 120 hours with supervision by the employer internship supervisor. Graduate teaching internship applications must be arranged


and all application materials submitted at least two months prior to the start of the internship to allow students to attend a teaching workshop and prepare instructional materials. Internship applications must be submitted prior to the


quarter in which the internship is to be conducted. Students must pay tuition upon submission of the approved and completed internship application in order to complete registration of the internship for credit.


Independent Study


Students may wish to earn credit through independent study that allows them to investigate a topic in depth or take advantage of particular resources. An independent study may not be used as a substitute for a course currently offered. Proposals for independent study must be approved by


a faculty member and the department chair and submitted to the registrar prior to the start of the quarter in which the independent study is to be conducted. Proposals should present


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