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First-year students in the
Associate in Arts Program are typically assigned a faculty advisor as we
get closer to the beginning of the fall term. If you have not been
assigned an advisor by the end of the Free Drop/Add period, please call
your AAP campus to ask that you be assigned an advisor. In the meantime,
however, you may contact the academic advisor on your campus for
All students — including students with an AP calculus score of 5 and
students who are transferring math courses — are required to take the
Math Placement Exam. This test provides valuable
information about your math skills and is necessary for placement
purposes, to build your math profile, and for
faculty planning. It also provides an opportunity to review math skills.
For more information
about the UD Math Placement Exam, visit the Math Placement Program website.
placement program is administered by Assessment and Learning in
Knowledge Spaces (ALEKS). This is a web-based, artificially intelligent
assessment and learning system. It is recommended that you check the ALEKS system requirements to ensure that the ALEKS program is compatible with your computer's web browser and operating system. (Please contact ALEKS technical support
for any technical or computer-related questions.) The ALEKS program
administers all exam attempts and access to the remediation program,
which is called the Prep and Learning Module.
Once you have met the computer requirements, make sure you have a reliable, secure web connection and computer. Do
not take the ALEKS Math Placement Exam on an iPad, smartphone, or
tablet or use a browser that is not on the recommended list. Math
notation may not appear correctly or your score might be compromised.
For more information about the UD Math Placement Exam, visit the Math Placement Program website.
Please contact the academic advisor on your campus. We'll need to know
your name, student ID number, and the name(s) and score(s) for each
exam that you took.
Please be sure that you have taken all of the steps on the Registrar's Transfer Credits for Newly Admitted Students page. If
you have completed all steps and the Transfer Center has received
confirmation (either via email from the evaluating faculty member(s) or
through a Transfer Credit Evaluation form signed by your advisor),
please allow several weeks for the updates to be made to your record. If
the changes have not been made to your record by mid-semester, please
contact the Transfer Center directly at (302) 831-1551 or email@example.com.
Please contact the advisor on your campus. We will need to know your
name, student ID number, and the course you'd like to add. We will also
need you to forward us documentation of the approval from the
appropriate faculty member.
Unfortunately, in most cases we cannot. Associate in Arts staff have no authority to add you into a class that is full.
Probably not. While many students do take ENGL110 in their first semester, some students will take it in their second term.
No. Students in the Associate in Arts Program are not permitted to take
courses on the Newark campus in the fall and spring semesters except
MUSC 113 (Marching Band) and ROTC courses. However, AAP students
may take courses in Newark during the summer and winter
"special sessions." It is important to note that special-session course
tuition is not covered by the SEED Scholarship, so students will be
charged the full tuition cost for summer and winter courses.
The free drop/add period is a time at the start of each semester when
students are able to make schedule adjustments without financial
or academic penalty. After the end of the free drop/add period, tuition
and a $25 processing fee will be charged for changes of registration,
and students withdrawing from courses will receive a grade of "W" on
their permanent record.
It's best to check in with an advisor before you make any
changes. While you may not have your favorite classes or you don't like
the start times for your classes, the classes have been scheduled to the
needs of your program and are based on course availability. While you
may not prefer to take an 8:30 a.m. course, it is possible that
this time slot is the only one available or the only one that will work
around your other courses.
If you have identified a
change you'd like to make, please get in touch with us with the course
you'd like to drop and the course you'd like to add. We will let you
know if the change is possible and explain any related circumstances. If
the change is OK, we'll let you know that you can go ahead and make the
change on your own.
First, log into UDSIS. Once
your Student Center screen loads, select "View My Schedule" under the
heading "Enrollment." This will show you your current schedule in both a
course-by-course view and a calendar view. You may notice that on the
calendar view, it appears that there is no space between your courses; a
look at the course-by-course view, however, will typically show a
15-minute gap between the end of one course and the start of another.
Fifteen minutes is usually plenty of time to get from one class to
Associate in Arts staff will help you select courses, as
well as alternates, that will help you fulfill the requirements for the
degree. If there are scheduling conflicts and we are unable to register
you for a full schedule, someone will be in contact with you to select
Between your individual
advisement meeting and the time that schedules are finalized, the
Associate in Arts Program staff may continue to adjust your schedule
based on scheduling availability. If you are unsatisfied with your
schedule once schedules have been finalized, please contact our staff. Please also note that schedules are not finalized until the first week of August for students entering in the fall semester.
UD departments and colleges have established guidelines for when
students are permitted to enroll in online courses. All Associate in
Arts Program students wishing to take online courses must obtain
permission. If you wish to seek permission for online enrollment, please
contact your campus's academic advisor. Students enrolled in the Southern Delaware Elementary Teacher Education (ETE) program should contact Scott Lykens at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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