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To change majors, students must see their advisor. Only an advisor can submit the required form to implement the change. Deadlines for major changes will still be adhered to and we will process the request according to University procedures. If you are interested in changing to a major housed in a different college then you will need to see the receiving college's advising office for submission of the request.
Residing in Florida for more than a year DOES NOT necessarily mean that a student is a Florida resident for tuition purposes. Florida State law specifically states that residing in the state for the purpose of attending school is not reason enough for reclassification to state residency status for tuition purposes. Additionally, if a student is under the age of 25, we must look to the parents' residency for tuition purposes. More detailed information may be obtained by contacting One Stop Student Services. Click here for more information on residency.
Please note that the reclassification process requires the submission of multiple pieces of documentation and additional documentation may be requested if needed to render a decision. Reclassification may take a few weeks to complete, so students should be prepared to apply a month or two before the semester begins and monitor email closely for communication regarding the reclassification application.
UNF differentiates between “dropping” and “withdrawing” from a course.
Courses scheduled to meet for the first time after add/drop ends may be dropped the next business day only in One Stop Student Services. Tuition payment is still due on the regular deadline for all classes.
If a student drops a course on or before the last day to drop courses, the student will not be assessed a fee for that course. If the student has already paid fees and then drops a course, the student will receive a full refund for the dropped course.
Although students will not receive credit for courses from which they withdraw, the credit hours that would have been accumulated upon completion of the course are added to the student's total of "attempted hours."Drop and withdrawal requests may be submitted in the following ways: students may drop and withdraw online via myWings, complete a form at One Stop Student Services, send a letter (postmarked by the deadline date), or send a faxed request. Requests to drop and withdraw cannot be accepted via telephone or email. In certain cases, authorization from another department on campus may be required before the withdrawal request can be processed. In such cases, mailed or faxed withdrawal requests cannot be processed.It is recommended that students in the following categories discuss their decision to withdraw as it may have negative implications.
Students who withdraw from all courses by the first four weeks of Spring, Fall, or Cross Term Summer classes will receive a 25% refund. Refunds are only disbursed if a student withdraws from all courses in which they are enrolled. During the Summer term, only students who withdraw from all Cross-Term classes will receive a refund. There are no refunds for withdrawal from Summer A and Summer B courses. After the deadline for a 25% refund for withdrawal, there are no withdrawal refunds, except by fee petition when students can document extenuating circumstances beyond their control.Students who have extenuating circumstances may request a refund of fees by filing a fee petition with the Controller's Office. The repeat surcharge is not petitionable. Fee petitions are reviewed weekly by the Fee Committee. Fee petitions are submitted via myWings and require that supporting documentation be attached. Students are notified via email of the results.
Registration holds are placed on student records by different offices to prevent registration until the matter regarding the hold has been resolved. All holds must be cleared by the issuing office prior to registration. Students are notified of their holds when they attempt to register. You may view any holds on your records or registration through Student Self Service located on the Student tab within the myWings web portal. You will be directed to contact the department issuing the hold.
Non-degree registration is the date on which students admitted in a non-degree seeking status may register for classes. Non degree seeking students are those not interested in pursuing a UNF degree (i.e., taking courses for enrichment, for certification, to transfer to another university). Course work credit will appear on a UNF transcript as non-degree seeking. There is a nine (9) credit hour limit. Learn more about applying at UNF as a non-degree seeking student..
Most departments offer an Online Waitlist (OWL) option. When you register online or in person and find that a desired course is full, the OWL will give you the option of signing up on a waiting list for that course. For more information about the waitlist system, please read the online waitlist FAQ. NOTE: It is your responsibility to drop yourself from the waitlist if you no longer wish to enroll in the course. If you are added to the class, you will be fee liable.Override policies vary with each academic college within the University. The departmental representative must give an electronic "override" so that you may register. In some cases, the course may have reached its enrollment limit. When this situation occurs, no additional students can be enrolled in the course due to safety requirements related to classroom sizes.
The course schedule can be viewed online here.
Grades are normally posted a week after the last day of finals. Visit the Academic Calendar for specific dates.
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