Faculty/Staff

This is an overview of the information and services provided by the Office of the Registrar:

Catalog & Curriculum

The general catalog provides a wealth of information about the university. This section provides a link to the catalog as well as links to historic catalogs and information about catalog submission procedures and deadlines.

The catalog year policy sets the rules for what catalog requirements will be applied to a students curriculum. The basis for most catalog designations is the term of declaration.

Revised credit hour policy outlines decisions of the University Curriculum Council.

Course equivalencies: list of courses that are coded in Banner as equivalent to each other for degree clearance purposes.

The curriculum section of this site provides links to curriculum proposal submission and tracking tools provided by the Office of Academic Programs, Assessment and Accreditation as well as some additional resources from the Office of the Registrar.

Catalog

General Catalog 

You may view and search the general catalog online. The general catalog contains information about admissions procedures/policies, degree requirements, course descriptions, academic policies, and more. Students are assigned a catalog year in accordance with the catalog year policy. A student’s catalog year determines which academic requirements they are required to meet for their degree/major/minor/option to be awared.

Historic Catalogs

Catalogs are archived and available as PDFs in ScholarsArchives@OSU.

Catalog Update Submission Deadlines

Information in the online OSU General Catalog may be updated anytime. It is updated as curriculum proposals are approved throughout the year. Please email or campus-mail hard copy updates to the catalog coordinator, Larry Bulling, in the Registrar’s Office, B102 Kerr Administration Building.

The catalog coordinator emails annual update requests to all departments, schools, colleges, and other units in November. Updates are due in January. First, second and third proofs will be emailed back to updaters for approval in February and March.

PDFs of the official printed version of the OSU General Catalog for the coming academic year are posted in ScholarsArchives@OSU on April 15.

Printed copies of the catalog are available via print-on-demand orders through OSU Printing and Mailing.

Catalog Year Policy

The Policy

Here we've provided an explanation of the policy and procedural guidelines for its implementation. For additional information review the official policy in the catalog.

Catalog Term Obsolescence

At the time of graduation, all students, including transfer students, must use a catalog that is not more than ten years old. A student may petition to the Head Advisor of their College for any extension of a catalog greater than ten years from their expected graduation term.

Catalog Term in the Curriculum Record

The Catalog Term of the Curriculum record governs the catalog year used to evaluate baccalaureate core and university degree requirements in MyDegrees. The term here should reflect the term of the student’s admission and matriculation at a particular student level or their term of readmission at a particular student level. For Degree Partnership Program students, the first term the student is admitted to OSU will be the matriculation date and will determine the catalog year for institutional and baccalaureate core requirements.

Also, changing degree type (e.g. BA to BS degree) does not necessitate a change in the curriculum record unless that degree type was not available in that college/major at the original time of matriculation.

Field of Study Catalog

The Catalog designator in the Field of Study tab determines what catalog year requirements the associated field of study (major/minor/option etc.) will be evaluated under. These items can carry different catalog terms from one another and from the curriculum catalog term. Generally, the field of study catalog is determined by the term in which that particular field of study was officially declared by the student and entered in Banner. However, if the student is pursuing a major and option, the major and the 1st option associated with that major must have the same catalog. The catalog of the linked major and option is set by when the major was declared. However, if the option being declared did not exist at the time of the major declaration then the major catalog must be moved forward to the term when the new option was delcared. Subsequent majors/minors/options will be assigned a catalog based on the term they were declared.

Also, a student in consultation with their advisor can choose to move their field of study catalog year forward.  This is accomplished by submitting a signed Catalog Declaration form with the appropriate catalog term designation. Catalog terms can be moved forwards but not backwards in time (with the exception of moving the first option back to synchronize it with the major).

For Specific Examples, refer to the attached document.

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Equivalent Courses List

Equivalent Courses as of Fall 2013:

COURSE IS EQUIVALENT TO COURSE STARTING TERM
ACTG 318 is equivalent to  BA 318 starting  Spring 2001
ACTG 319 is equivalent to  BA 319 starting  Fall 2005
ACTG 321 is equivalent to  BA 321 starting  Winter 2001
ACTG 325 is equivalent to  BA 325 starting  Winter 2005
ACTG 378 is equivalent to  BA 378 starting  Fall 2004
ACTG 417 is equivalent to  BA 417 starting  Summer 1992
ACTG 420 is equivalent to  BA 420 starting  Fall 2002
ACTG 422 is equivalent to  BA 422 starting  Winter 2001
ACTG 425 is equivalent to  BA 425 starting  Fall 1999
ACTG 427 is equivalent to  BA 427 starting  Fall 2002
ACTG 429 is equivalent to  BA 429 starting  Fall 2004
ACTG 517 is equivalent to  BA 517 starting  Fall 2005
ACTG 527 is equivalent to  BA 527 starting  Fall 2005
ACTG 529 is equivalent to  BA 529 starting  Fall 2004
AG 111 is equivalent to  AREC 111 starting  Summer 1992
AHE 553 is equivalent to  ED 553 starting  Fall 1994
AMS 407 is equivalent to  ENG 407 starting  Spring 1996
AMS 507 is equivalent to  ENG 507 starting  Spring 1996
ANS 121 is equivalent to  ANS 121H starting  Winter 2012
ANS 121H is equivalent to  ANS 121 starting  Summer 1992
ANS 438 is equivalent to  CSS 438 starting  Spring 2007
ANS 438 is equivalent to  CROP 438 starting  Summer 2013
ANS 438 is equivalent to  HORT 438 starting  Spring 2005
ANS 438 is equivalent to  AREC 438 starting  Spring 2005
ANS 485 is equivalent to  FS 485 starting  Winter 2011
ANS 485 is equivalent to  FW 485 starting  Winter 1999
ANS 485 is equivalent to  SOC 485 starting  Fall 1996
ANS 485 is equivalent to  FES 485 starting  Winter 2014
ANS 532 is equivalent to  BI 532 starting  Fall 1992
ANS 585 is equivalent to  SOC 585 starting  Fall 1996
ANS 585 is equivalent to  FW 585 starting  Winter 1999
ANS 585 is equivalent to  FS 585 starting  Winter 2011
ANS 585 is equivalent to  FES 585 starting  Winter 2014
ANS 662 is equivalent to  MCB 662 starting  Winter 2013
ANS 662 is equivalent to  PHAR 662 starting  Winter 2013
ANS 662 is equivalent to  BB 662 starting  Summer 1992
ANS 673 is equivalent to  BI 673 starting  Fall 1992
ANTH 208 is equivalent to  LING 208 starting  Fall 2002
ANTH 209 is equivalent to  LING 209 starting  Fall 2002
ANTH 311 is equivalent to  ANTH 311H starting  Fall 2007
ANTH 311H is equivalent to  ANTH 311 starting  Summer 1992
ANTH 312 is equivalent to  ANTH 312H starting  Spring 2011
ANTH 312H is equivalent to  ANTH 312 starting  Summer 1992
ANTH 345 is equivalent to  ANTH 345H starting  Spring 2003
ANTH 345H is equivalent to  ANTH 345 starting  Spring 1996
ANTH 373 is equivalent to  WLC 373 starting  Fall 2014
ANTH 373 is equivalent to  WGSS 373 starting  Fall 2014
ANTH 373 is equivalent to  ES 373 starting  Fall 2014
ANTH 380 is equivalent to  ANTH 380H starting  Winter 2007
ANTH 380H is equivalent to  ANTH 380 starting  Summer 1992
ANTH 399 is equivalent to  ANTH 399H starting  Winter 2008
ANTH 399H is equivalent to  ANTH 399 starting  Winter 2008
ANTH 405 is equivalent to  ANTH 405H starting  Winter 2007
ANTH 405H is equivalent to  ANTH 405 starting  Summer 1992
ANTH 407 is equivalent to  ANTH 407H starting  Spring 2003
ANTH 407H is equivalent to  ANTH 407 starting  Summer 1992
ANTH 482 is equivalent to  AG 482 starting  Summer 1992
ANTH 485 is equivalent to  WLC 485 starting  Fall 2014
ANTH 485 is equivalent to  ES 485 starting  Fall 2014
ANTH 485 is equivalent to  WGSS 485 starting  Fall 2014
ANTH 499 is equivalent to  ANTH 499H starting  Spring 2010
ANTH 499H is equivalent to  ANTH 499 starting  Fall 1998
ANTH 582 is equivalent to  AG 582 starting  Summer 1992
ARAB 111 is equivalent to  ARAB 111H starting  Fall 2014
ARAB 111H is equivalent to  ARAB 111 starting  Fall 2003
ARAB 112 is equivalent to  ARAB 112H starting  Fall 2014
ARAB 112H is equivalent to  ARAB 112 starting  Fall 2003
ARAB 113 is equivalent to  ARAB 113H starting  Fall 2014
ARAB 113H is equivalent to  ARAB 113 starting  Fall 2003
AREC 311 is equivalent to  EC 311 starting  Fall 1994
AREC 352 is equivalent to  ECON 352 starting  Fall 1998
AREC 399 is equivalent to  AREC 399H starting  Summer 2010
AREC 399H is equivalent to  AREC 399 starting  Fall 2009
AREC 407 is equivalent to  AREC 407H starting  Spring 1996
AREC 407H is equivalent to  AREC 407 starting  Summer 1992
AREC 421 is equivalent to  RS 421 starting  Spring 2014
AREC 438 is equivalent to  ANS 438 starting  Spring 2005
AREC 438 is equivalent to  CSS 438 starting  Spring 2007
AREC 438 is equivalent to  CROP 438 starting  Summer 2013
AREC 438 is equivalent to  HORT 438 starting  Spring 2005
AREC 521 is equivalent to  RS 521 starting  Spring 2014
AREC 532 is equivalent to  AREC 554 starting  Winter 2000
AREC 552 is equivalent to  MRM 552 starting  Spring 2012
AREC 554 is equivalent to  AREC 532 starting  Winter 2000
AREC 567 is equivalent to  EC 567 starting  Summer 1992
ART 386 is equivalent to  ENG 386 starting  Fall 2009
ART 387 is equivalent to  ENG 387 starting  Fall 2009
ART 388 is equivalent to  ENG 388 starting  Fall 2009
ART 409 is equivalent to  NMC 409 starting  Winter 2004
ATS 210 is equivalent to  ATS 210H starting  Spring 2008
ATS 210H is equivalent to  ATS 210 starting  Spring 1993
ATS 399 is equivalent to  ATS 399H starting  Winter 2007
ATS 399H is equivalent to  ATS 399 starting  Winter 2007
BA 215 is equivalent to  BA 215H starting  Winter 2006
BA 215H is equivalent to  BA 215 starting  Summer 1992
BA 260 is equivalent to  BA 260H starting  Fall 2006
BA 260H is equivalent to  BA 260 starting  Fall 2004
BA 340 is equivalent to  FIN 340 starting  Spring 2013
BA 340 is equivalent to  BA 340H starting  Spring 2006
BA 340 is equivalent to  FIN 340H starting  Spring 2013
BA 340H is equivalent to  BA 340 starting  Summer 1992
BA 340H is equivalent to  FIN 340 starting  Spring 2013
BA 340H is equivalent to  FIN 340H starting  Spring 2013
BA 341 is equivalent to  FIN 341 starting  Spring 2013
BA 342 is equivalent to  FIN 342 starting  Spring 2013
BA 352 is equivalent to  BA 352H starting  Winter 2006
BA 352H is equivalent to  BA 352 starting  Summer 1992
BA 360 is equivalent to  BA 360H starting  Fall 2011
BA 364 is equivalent to  MGMT 364 starting  Spring 2013
BA 365 is equivalent to  BA 463 starting  Summer 1992
BA 390 is equivalent to  BA 390H starting  Winter 2009
BA 390H is equivalent to  BA 390 starting  Summer 1992
BA 396 is equivalent to  MRKT 396 starting  Spring 2013
BA 407 is equivalent to  BA 407H starting  Spring 2000
BA 407H is equivalent to  BA 407 starting  Summer 1992
BA 434 is equivalent to  FIN 434 starting  Spring 2013
BA 435 is equivalent to  FIN 442 starting  Spring 2013
BA 437 is equivalent to  FIN 437 starting  Spring 2013
BA 438 is equivalent to  FIN 438 starting  Spring 2013
BA 439 is equivalent to  FIN 439 starting  Spring 2013
BA 441 is equivalent to  FIN 441 starting  Spring 2013
BA 443 is equivalent to  FIN 443 starting  Spring 2013
BA 444 is equivalent to  FIN 444 starting  Spring 2013
BA 445 is equivalent to  FIN 445 starting  Fall 2005
BA 452 is equivalent to  MGMT 452 starting  Spring 2013
BA 453 is equivalent to  MGMT 453 starting  Spring 2013
BA 455 is equivalent to  MGMT 455 starting  Spring 2013
BA 456 is equivalent to  MGMT 456 starting  Spring 2013
BA 457 is equivalent to  MGMT 457 starting  Spring 2013
BA 463 is equivalent to  BA 365 starting  Fall 2010
BA 465 is equivalent to  ENGR 465 starting  Winter 2001
BA 465 is equivalent to  BA 465H starting  Winter 2007
BA 465 is equivalent to  HORT 490 starting  Winter 2000
BA 465H is equivalent to  BA 465 starting  Summer 1992
BA 467 is equivalent to  ENGR 467 starting  Fall 2004
BA 468 is equivalent to  BA 468X starting  Fall 2009
BA 486 is equivalent to  MRKT 486 starting  Spring 2013
BA 489 is equivalent to  MRKT 489 starting  Spring 2013
BA 491 is equivalent to  MRKT 488 starting  Spring 2013
BA 492 is equivalent to  MRKT 492 starting  Spring 2013
BA 493 is equivalent to  MRKT 493 starting  Spring 2013
BA 495 is equivalent to  MRKT 495 starting  Summer 1992
BA 496 is equivalent to  MRKT 496 starting  Fall 2003
BA 497 is equivalent to  MRKT 497 starting  Spring 2013
BA 498 is equivalent to  MRKT 498 starting  Spring 2013
BA 499 is equivalent to  MRKT 499 starting  Spring 2013
BA 544 is equivalent to  FIN 544 starting  Spring 2013
BA 545 is equivalent to  FIN 545 starting  Spring 2013
BA 553 is equivalent to  MGMT 553 starting  Spring 2013
BA 592 is equivalent to  MRKT 592 starting  Spring 2013
BA 593 is equivalent to  MRKT 593 starting  Winter 1999
BA 595 is equivalent to  MRKT 595 starting  Spring 2013
BA 596 is equivalent to  MRKT 596 starting  Spring 2013
BA 597 is equivalent to  MRKT 597 starting  Spring 2013
BA 599 is equivalent to  MRKT 599 starting  Spring 2013
BB 100 is equivalent to  BB 100H starting  Spring 2008
BB 317 is equivalent to  BI 317 starting  Fall 2003
BB 399 is equivalent to  BB 399H starting  Winter 2009
BB 399H is equivalent to  BB 399 starting  Winter 2009
BB 401 is equivalent to  BB 401H starting  Fall 2012
BB 401H is equivalent to  BB 401 starting  Summer 1992
BB 405 is equivalent to  BB 405H starting  Spring 2000
BB 405H is equivalent to  BB 405 starting  Summer 1992
BB 407 is equivalent to  BB 407H starting  Fall 2012
BB 407H is equivalent to  BB 407 starting  Summer 1992
BB 450 is equivalent to  BB 450H starting  Spring 2011
BB 450H is equivalent to  BB 450 starting  Summer 1992
BB 451 is equivalent to  BB 451H starting  Spring 2011
BB 451H is equivalent to  BB 451 starting  Summer 1992
BB 493 is equivalent to  BB 493H starting  Fall 2008
BB 494 is equivalent to  BB 494H starting  Winter 2008
BB 662 is equivalent to  ANS 662 starting  Summer 1992
BB 662 is equivalent to  PHAR 662 starting  Winter 2013
BB 662 is equivalent to  MCB 662 starting  Winter 2013
BEE 407 is equivalent to  BEE 407H starting  Winter 2012
BEE 407H is equivalent to  BEE 407 starting  Fall 2007
BEE 499 is equivalent to  BEE 499H starting  Fall 2007
BEE 499H is equivalent to  BEE 499 starting  Fall 2007
BEE 514 is equivalent to  CE 514 starting  Summer 1992
BEE 514 is equivalent to  GEO 514 starting  Fall 1998
BEE 544 is equivalent to  CE 544 starting  Fall 2013
BI 101 is equivalent to  BI 101H starting  Fall 2010
BI 102 is equivalent to  BI 102H starting  Winter 2010
BI 103 is equivalent to  BI 103H starting  Summer 2010
BI 111 is equivalent to  FW 111 starting  Winter 2008
BI 199 is equivalent to  BI 199H starting  Summer 2005
BI 199H is equivalent to  BI 199 starting  Fall 1996
BI 211 is equivalent to  BI 211H starting  Fall 1998
BI 211H is equivalent to  BI 211 starting  Fall 1998
BI 212 is equivalent to  BI 212H starting  Winter 1998
BI 212H is equivalent to  BI 212 starting  Winter 1999
BI 213 is equivalent to  BI 213H starting  Fall 1998
BI 213H is equivalent to  BI 213 starting  Winter 1999
BI 300 is equivalent to  HORT 330 starting  Spring 2004
BI 300 is equivalent to  ENT 300 starting  Summer 1992
BI 302 is equivalent to  FW 302 starting  Summer 2007
BI 306 is equivalent to  BI 306H starting  Winter 1996
BI 306H is equivalent to  BI 306 starting  Winter 1996
BI 314 is equivalent to  BI 314H starting  Summer 2009
BI 314H is equivalent to  BI 314 starting  Winter 2000
BI 317 is equivalent to  BB 317 starting  Fall 2003
BI 349 is equivalent to  Z 349 starting  Fall 2006
BI 350 is equivalent to  Z 350 starting  Fall 1997
BI 370 is equivalent to  BI 370H starting  Fall 2002
BI 385 is equivalent to  MB 385 starting  Fall 2012
BI 401 is equivalent to  BI 401H starting  Spring 2001
BI 401H is equivalent to  BI 401 starting  Spring 2000
BI 405 is equivalent to  BI 405H starting  Winter 1997
BI 405H is equivalent to  BI 405 starting  Summer 1992
BI 407 is equivalent to  BI 407H starting  Winter 2007
BI 407H is equivalent to  BI 407 starting  Fall 1993
BI 421 is equivalent to  FW 421 starting  Summer 2006
BI 435 is equivalent to  TOX 435 starting  Fall 2010
BI 435 is equivalent to  FS 435 starting  Spring 2009
BI 435 is equivalent to  BI 435H starting  Summer 2009
BI 435H is equivalent to  BI 435 starting  Summer 2009
BI 435H is equivalent to  TOX 435 starting  Spring 2009
BI 435H is equivalent to  FS 435 starting  Spring 2009
BI 435H is equivalent to  TOX 435H starting  Spring 2009
BI 435H is equivalent to  FS 435H starting  Spring 2009
BI 535 is equivalent to  TOX 535 starting  Spring 2009
BI 535 is equivalent to  FS 535 starting  Spring 2009
BI 535 is equivalent to  MCB 535 starting  Winter 2011
BI 535 is equivalent to  FES 535 starting  Winter 2014
BOT 407 is equivalent to  BI 407H starting  Winter 2007
BOT 407H is equivalent to  BOT 407 starting  Winter 2000
BOT 499 is equivalent to  BOT 499H starting  Spring 2002
BOT 499H is equivalent to  BOT 499 starting  Winter 2000
BOT 547 is equivalent to  SOIL 547 starting  Fall 2014
BOT 547 is equivalent to  FS 547 starting  Fall 2005
BOT 556 is equivalent to  Z 556 starting  Winter 2007
BOT 575 is equivalent to  MCB 575 starting  Winter 2013
BOT 651 is equivalent to  MCB 651 starting  Spring 1999
BOT 692 is equivalent to  MCB 692 starting  Spring 1995
BRR 406 is equivalent to  HORT 406 starting  Winter 2007
CBEE 101 is equivalent to  CBEE 101H starting  Fall 2011
CBEE 101H is equivalent to  CBEE 101 starting  Fall 2011
CBEE 102 is equivalent to  CBEE 102H starting  Winter 2013
CBEE 102H is equivalent to  CBEE 102 starting  Fall 2011
CE 299 is equivalent to  CE 299H starting  Summer 2005
CE 299H is equivalent to  CE 299 starting  Summer 2005
CE 407 is equivalent to  CE 407H starting  Fall 2004
CE 407H is equivalent to  CE 407 starting  Summer 1992
CE 418 is equivalent to  CE 454 starting  Winter 2007
CE 484 is equivalent to  WSE 458 starting  Spring 2004
CE 514 is equivalent to  GEO 514 starting  Fall 1998
CE 514 is equivalent to  BEE 514 starting  Fall 2007
CE 543 is equivalent to  BRE 543 starting  Fall 1992
CE 544 is equivalent to  BEE 544 starting  Fall 2007
CE 584 is equivalent to  WSE 558 starting  Spring 2004
CE 585 is equivalent to  GEO 514 starting  Fall 1998
CE 585 is equivalent to  BEE 514 starting  Fall 2007
CE 630 is equivalent to  OC 630 starting  Winter 2008
CE 631 is equivalent to  OC 631 starting  Winter 2008
CE 634 is equivalent to  OC 634 starting  Winter 2008
CE 635 is equivalent to  OC 635 starting  Summer 2009
CH 231 is equivalent to  CH 231H starting  Fall 2013
CH 231 is equivalent to  CH 221H starting  Fall 1993
CH 231 is equivalent to  CH 224H starting  Fall 1996
CH 231H is equivalent to  CH 231 starting  Fall 2010
CH 232 is equivalent to  CH 232H starting  Fall 2013
CH 232 is equivalent to  CH 225H starting  Winter 1996
CH 232H is equivalent to  CH 232 starting  Fall 2010
CH 233 is equivalent to  CH 233H starting  Fall 2013
CH 233 is equivalent to  CH 226H starting  Winter 1996
CH 233H is equivalent to  CH 233 starting  Fall 2010
CH 261 is equivalent to  CH 271 starting  Fall 2013
CH 261 is equivalent to  CH 261H starting  Spring 2012
CH 261H is equivalent to  CH 261 starting  Fall 2010
CH 262 is equivalent to  CH 272 starting  Fall 2013
CH 262 is equivalent to  CH 262H starting  Spring 2012
CH 262H is equivalent to  CH 262 starting  Winter 2010
CH 263 is equivalent to  CH 273 starting  Fall 2013
CH 263 is equivalent to  CH 263H starting  Spring 2012
CH 263H is equivalent to  CH 263 starting  Spring 2010
CH 271 is equivalent to  CH 261H starting  Spring 2012
CH 271 is equivalent to  CH 261 starting  Fall 2010
CH 272 is equivalent to  CH 262H starting  Spring 2012
CH 272 is equivalent to  CH 262 starting  Winter 2010
CH 273 is equivalent to  CH 263 starting  Spring 2010
CH 273 is equivalent to  CH 263H starting  Spring 2012
CH 361 is equivalent to  CH 361H starting  Summer 1999
CH 361H is equivalent to  CH 361 starting  Summer 1992
CH 362 is equivalent to  CH 362H starting  Summer 1999
CH 362H is equivalent to  CH 362 starting  Summer 1992
CH 407 is equivalent to  CH 407H starting  Fall 1998
CH 407H is equivalent to  CH 407 starting  Summer 1992
CH 461 is equivalent to  CH 461H starting  Fall 2002
CH 461H is equivalent to  CH 461 starting  Summer 1992
CH 462 is equivalent to  CH 462H starting  Winter 2002
CH 462H is equivalent to  CH 462 starting  Winter 2000
CH 463 is equivalent to  CH 463H starting  Spring 2002
CH 463H is equivalent to  CH 463 starting  Summer 1992
CH 464 is equivalent to  CH 464H starting  Fall 2002
CH 464H is equivalent to  CH 464 starting  Summer 1992
CH 516 is equivalent to  NE 516 starting  Spring 2003
CH 516 is equivalent to  RHP 516 starting  Spring 2003
CH 524 is equivalent to  VMB 524 starting  Fall 2006
CHE 199 is equivalent to  CHE 199H starting  Fall 2003
CHE 199H is equivalent to  CHE 199 starting  Fall 2003
CHE 331 is equivalent to  CHE 323 starting  Winter 2007
CHE 405 is equivalent to  CHE 405H starting  Spring 1998
CHE 405H is equivalent to  CHE 405 starting  Summer 1992
CHE 415 is equivalent to  CHE 415H starting  Spring 2002
CHE 415 is equivalent to  ENVE 415 starting  Spring 2011
CHE 415H is equivalent to  CHE 415 starting  Summer 1992
CHE 611 is equivalent to  ECE 611 starting  Fall 2010
CHE 612 is equivalent to  ECE 612 starting  Fall 2010
CHE 613 is equivalent to  ECE 613 starting  Fall 2010
COMM 111 is equivalent to  COMM 111H starting  Summer 1999
COMM 111H is equivalent to  COMM 111 starting  Summer 1993
COMM 114 is equivalent to  COMM 114H starting  Spring 2008
COMM 114H is equivalent to  COMM 114 starting  Summer 1992
COMM 218 is equivalent to  COMM 218H starting  Summer 1999
COMM 218H is equivalent to  COMM 218 starting  Spring 1994
CROP 101 is equivalent to  SOIL 101 starting  Fall 2013
CROP 101 is equivalent to  ENT 101 starting  Fall 2013
CROP 101 is equivalent to  HORT 101 starting  Fall 2013
CROP 199 is equivalent to  CSS 199 starting  Fall 2002
CROP 199H is equivalent to  CROP 199 starting  Summer 2013
CROP 199H is equivalent to  CSS 199H starting  Fall 2006
CROP 200 is equivalent to  CSS 200 starting  Fall 2003
CROP 300 is equivalent to  CSS 300 starting  Fall 1995
CROP 300 is equivalent to  HORT 300 starting  Fall 1995
CROP 310 is equivalent to  CSS 310 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 325 is equivalent to  CSS 325 starting  Spring 2008
CROP 325 is equivalent to  SOIL 325 starting  Fall 2013
CROP 330 is equivalent to  CSS 330 starting  Winter 2003
CROP 340 is equivalent to  CSS 340 starting  Fall 2010
CROP 401 is equivalent to  CSS 401 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 403 is equivalent to  CSS 403 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 405 is equivalent to  CSS 405 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 405H is equivalent to  CSS 405H starting  Summer 1999
CROP 407 is equivalent to  CSS 407 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 410 is equivalent to  CSS 410 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 418 is equivalent to  CSS 418 starting  Winter 2009
CROP 420 is equivalent to  CSS 420 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 433 is equivalent to  CSS 433 starting  Fall 2010
CROP 433 is equivalent to  HORT 433 starting  Spring 2008
CROP 438 is equivalent to  HORT 438 starting  Spring 2005
CROP 438 is equivalent to  AREC 438 starting  Spring 2005
CROP 438 is equivalent to  ANS 438 starting  Spring 2005
CROP 438 is equivalent to  CSS 438 starting  Spring 2007
CROP 440 is equivalent to  CSS 440 starting  Winter 1999
CROP 460 is equivalent to  CSS 460 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 463 is equivalent to  HORT 463 starting  Spring 2010
CROP 480 is equivalent to  HORT 480 starting  Fall 2005
CROP 480 is equivalent to  CSS 480 starting  Winter 1994
CROP 499 is equivalent to  CSS 499 starting  Fall 1998
CROP 499H is equivalent to  CSS 499H starting  Fall 2006
CROP 501 is equivalent to  CSS 501 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 503 is equivalent to  CSS 503 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 505 is equivalent to  CSS 505 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 506 is equivalent to  CSS 506 starting  Winter 1998
CROP 507 is equivalent to  CSS 507 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 509 is equivalent to  CSS 509 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 520 is equivalent to  CSS 520 starting  Summer 2010
CROP 533 is equivalent to  CSS 533 starting  Fall 2010
CROP 533 is equivalent to  HORT 533 starting  Spring 2008
CROP 540 is equivalent to  CSS 540 starting  Winter 1999
CROP 560 is equivalent to  CSS 560 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 563 is equivalent to  HORT 563 starting  Spring 2010
CROP 580 is equivalent to  CSS 580 starting  Winter 1994
CROP 580 is equivalent to  HORT 580 starting  Fall 2005
CROP 590 is equivalent to  CSS 590 starting  Winter 2007
CROP 599 is equivalent to  CSS 599 starting  Fall 1998
CROP 601 is equivalent to  CSS 601 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 603 is equivalent to  CSS 603 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 605 is equivalent to  CSS 605 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 606 is equivalent to  CSS 606 starting  Spring 1995
CROP 607 is equivalent to  CSS 607 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 608 is equivalent to  CSS 608 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 670 is equivalent to  CSS 670 starting  Fall 1992
CROP 699 is equivalent to  CSS 699 starting  Winter 2006
CS 151 is equivalent to  ECE 151 starting  Spring 2011
CS 161 is equivalent to  EECS 161 starting  Fall 2014
CS 162 is equivalent to  EECS 162 starting  Fall 2014
CS 261 is equivalent to  EECS 261 starting  Fall 2014
CS 321 is equivalent to  CS 321H starting  Fall 2013
CS 321H is equivalent to  CS 321 starting  Summer 1992
CS 325 is equivalent to  CS 325H starting  Winter 2012
CS 325H is equivalent to  CS 325 starting  Summer 1992
CS 372 is equivalent to  ECE 372 starting  Winter 2007
CS 391 is equivalent to  CS 391H starting  Winter 2002
CS 391H is equivalent to  CS 391 starting  Summer 1992
CS 407 is equivalent to  CS 407H starting  Spring 2011
CS 407H is equivalent to  CS 407 starting  Summer 1992
CS 419 is equivalent to  CS 419H starting  Fall 2007
CS 419H is equivalent to  CS 419 starting  Summer 1992
CS 472 is equivalent to  ECE 472 starting  Fall 2000
CS 476 is equivalent to  ECE 476 starting  Winter 2007
CS 476 is equivalent to  EECS 476 starting  Winter 2014
CS 570 is equivalent to  ECE 570 starting  Fall 1994
CS 572 is equivalent to  ECE 572 starting  Fall 1994
CS 576 is equivalent to  ECE 576 starting  Winter 2007
CSS 199 is equivalent to  CSS 199H starting  Fall 2006
CSS 199 is equivalent to  CROP 199 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 200 is equivalent to  CROP 200 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 205 is equivalent to  SOIL 205 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 205 is equivalent to  CSS 305 starting  Fall 1992
CSS 300 is equivalent to  HORT 300 starting  Fall 1996
CSS 300 is equivalent to  CROP 300 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 305 is equivalent to  CSS 205 starting  Spring 2000
CSS 305 is equivalent to  SOIL 305 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 306 is equivalent to  SOIL 306 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 310 is equivalent to  CROP 310 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 316 is equivalent to  SOIL 316 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 325 is equivalent to  SOIL 325 starting  Fall 2013
CSS 325 is equivalent to  CROP 325 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 330 is equivalent to  CROP 330 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 340 is equivalent to  CROP 340 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 375 is equivalent to  SOIL 375 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 395 is equivalent to  SOIL 395 starting  Fall 2013
CSS 401 is equivalent to  CROP 401 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 401 is equivalent to  SOIL 401 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 403 is equivalent to  CROP 403 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 405 is equivalent to  CROP 405 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 405 is equivalent to  CSS 405H starting  Summer 1999
CSS 407 is equivalent to  CROP 407 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 408 is equivalent to  SOIL 408 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 410 is equivalent to  CROP 410 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 410 is equivalent to  SOIL 410 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 418 is equivalent to  CROP 418 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 420 is equivalent to  CROP 420 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 430 is equivalent to  HORT 430 starting  Winter 2001
CSS 430 is equivalent to  PBG 430 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 431 is equivalent to  PBG 431 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 431 is equivalent to  HORT 431 starting  Winter 2006
CSS 438 is equivalent to  HORT 438 starting  Spring 2005
CSS 438 is equivalent to  AREC 438 starting  Spring 2005
CSS 438 is equivalent to  ANS 438 starting  Spring 2005
CSS 438 is equivalent to  CROP 438 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 440 is equivalent to  CROP 440 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 445 is equivalent to  SOIL 445 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 450 is equivalent to  PBG 450 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 450 is equivalent to  HORT 450 starting  Fall 1992
CSS 455 is equivalent to  SOIL 455 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 460 is equivalent to  CROP 460 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 466 is equivalent to  SOIL 466 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 468 is equivalent to  SOIL 468 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 480 is equivalent to  HORT 480 starting  Fall 1992
CSS 480 is equivalent to  CROP 480 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 499 is equivalent to  CSS 499H starting  Fall 2006
CSS 499 is equivalent to  CROP 499 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 501 is equivalent to  CROP 501 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 503 is equivalent to  CROP 503 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 505 is equivalent to  CROP 505 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 506 is equivalent to  CROP 506 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 507 is equivalent to  CROP 507 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 508 is equivalent to  SOIL 508 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 509 is equivalent to  CROP 509 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 513 is equivalent to  SOIL 513 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 515 is equivalent to  SOIL 515 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 520 is equivalent to  CROP 520 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 523 is equivalent to  SOIL 523 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 525 is equivalent to  SOIL 525 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 530 is equivalent to  HORT 530 starting  Winter 2001
CSS 530 is equivalent to  PBG 530 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 535 is equivalent to  SOIL 535 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 536 is equivalent to  SOIL 536 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 540 is equivalent to  CROP 540 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 545 is equivalent to  SOIL 545 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 550 is equivalent to  PBG 550 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 550 is equivalent to  HORT 550 starting  Fall 1992
CSS 555 is equivalent to  SOIL 555 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 560 is equivalent to  CROP 560 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 566 is equivalent to  SOIL 566 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 568 is equivalent to  SOIL 568 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 580 is equivalent to  HORT 580 starting  Summer 1992
CSS 580 is equivalent to  CROP 580 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 590 is equivalent to  CROP 590 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 599 is equivalent to  CROP 599 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 601 is equivalent to  CROP 601 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 603 is equivalent to  CROP 603 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 605 is equivalent to  CROP 605 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 606 is equivalent to  CROP 606 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 607 is equivalent to  CROP 607 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 608 is equivalent to  CROP 608 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 620 is equivalent to  PBG 620 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 620 is equivalent to  MCB 620 starting  Spring 2000
CSS 621 is equivalent to  PBG 621 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 621 is equivalent to  MCB 621 starting  Spring 2000
CSS 622 is equivalent to  PBG 622 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 622 is equivalent to  MCB 622 starting  Spring 2000
CSS 645 is equivalent to  SOIL 645 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 650 is equivalent to  PBG 650 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 670 is equivalent to  PBG 670 starting  Summer 2013
CSS 670 is equivalent to  CROP 670 starting  Fall 2013
CSS 699 is equivalent to  CROP 699 starting  Summer 2013
DHE 289 is equivalent to  DHE 385 starting  Fall 2008
DHE 415 is equivalent to  WSE 415 starting  Fall 2014
DHE 515 is equivalent to  WSE 515 starting  Fall 2014
ECE 151 is equivalent to  CS 151 starting  Spring 2011
ECE 372 is equivalent to  CS 372 starting  Fall 2000
ECE 451 is equivalent to  ME 430 starting  Fall 2012
ECE 472 is equivalent to  CS 472 starting  Fall 2000
ECE 476 is equivalent to  EECS 476 starting  Winter 2014
ECE 476 is equivalent to  CS 476 starting  Winter 2007
ECE 482 is equivalent to  PH 482 starting  Summer 1992
ECE 483 is equivalent to  PH 483 starting  Summer 1992
ECE 535 is equivalent to  ECE 647 starting  Spring 1998
ECE 538 is equivalent to  ECE 534 starting  Winter 1998
ECE 570 is equivalent to  CS 570 starting  Fall 1994
ECE 571 is equivalent to  ECE 573 starting  Spring 1998
ECE 572 is equivalent to  CS 572 starting  Fall 2000
ECE 576 is equivalent to  CS 576 starting  Winter 2007
ECE 582 is equivalent to  PH 582 starting  Summer 1992
ECE 583 is equivalent to  PH 583 starting  Summer 1992
ECE 611 is equivalent to  CHE 611 starting  Fall 2010
ECE 612 is equivalent to  CHE 612 starting  Fall 2010
ECE 613 is equivalent to  CHE 613 starting  Fall 2010
ECON 201 is equivalent to  ECON 201H starting  Fall 1998
ECON 201H is equivalent to  ECON 201 starting  Fall 1998
ECON 202 is equivalent to  ECON 202H starting  Winter 2007
ECON 202H is equivalent to  ECON 202 starting  Fall 1998
ECON 352 is equivalent to  AREC 352 starting  Fall 1996
ECON 399 is equivalent to  ECON 399H starting  Summer 2005
ECON 399H is equivalent to  ECON 399 starting  Summer 2005
EECS 161 is equivalent to  CS 161 starting  Summer 1992
EECS 162 is equivalent to  CS 162 starting  Fall 1993
EECS 261 is equivalent to  CS 261 starting  Fall 1993
EECS 476 is equivalent to  ECE 476 starting  Winter 2007
EECS 476 is equivalent to  CS 476 starting  Winter 2007
ENG 104 is equivalent to  ENG 104H starting  Fall 1998
ENG 104H is equivalent to  ENG 104 starting  Summer 1992
ENG 206 is equivalent to  ENG 206H starting  Fall 2011
ENG 206H is equivalent to  ENG 206 starting  Summer 1992
ENG 213 is equivalent to  ENG 213H starting  Spring 2012
ENG 213H is equivalent to  ENG 213 starting  Summer 1992
ENG 220 is equivalent to  FILM 220 starting  Spring 2013
ENG 260 is equivalent to  ENG 260H starting  Spring 2013
ENG 260H is equivalent to  ENG 260 starting  Summer 1992
ENG 275 is equivalent to  ENG 275H starting  Spring 2011
ENG 275H is equivalent to  ENG 275 starting  Summer 1992
ENG 362 is equivalent to  ENG 362H starting  Spring 2007
ENG 362H is equivalent to  ENG 362 starting  Summer 1992
ENG 386 is equivalent to  ART 386 starting  Fall 2008
ENG 387 is equivalent to  ART 387 starting  Winter 2008
ENG 388 is equivalent to  ART 388 starting  Fall 2008
ENG 399 is equivalent to  ENG 399H starting  Spring 2007
ENG 399H is equivalent to  ENG 399 starting  Winter 2001
ENG 406 is equivalent to  ENG 406H starting  Summer 1999
ENG 406H is equivalent to  ENG 406 starting  Summer 1992
ENG 407 is equivalent to  AMS 407 starting  Spring 1996
ENG 480 is equivalent to  FILM 480 starting  Summer 2014
ENG 507 is equivalent to  AMS 507 starting  Spring 1996
ENG 580 is equivalent to  FILM 580 starting  Summer 2014
ENGR 112 is equivalent to  ENGR 112H starting  Fall 2011
ENGR 112H is equivalent to  ENGR 112 starting  Fall 2011
ENGR 202 is equivalent to  ENGR 202H starting  Winter 2004
ENGR 202H is equivalent to  ENGR 202 starting  Summer 1992
ENGR 211 is equivalent to  ENGR 211H starting  Summer 1999
ENGR 211H is equivalent to  ENGR 211 starting  Summer 1999
ENGR 212 is equivalent to  ENGR 212H starting  Summer 1999
ENGR 212H is equivalent to  ENGR 212 starting  Summer 1992
ENGR 213 is equivalent to  ENGR 213H starting  Spring 2011
ENGR 213H is equivalent to  ENGR 213 starting  Summer 1992
ENGR 221 is equivalent to  MATS 221 starting  Winter 2010
ENGR 299 is equivalent to  ENGR 299H starting  Winter 2008
ENGR 299H is equivalent to  ENGR 299 starting  Winter 2003
ENGR 321 is equivalent to  ENGR 321H starting  Winter 2010
ENGR 321 is equivalent to  MATS 321 starting  Winter 2010
ENGR 321H is equivalent to  MATS 321 starting  Winter 2010
ENGR 322 is equivalent to  MATS 322 starting  Winter 2010
ENGR 350 is equivalent to  ENGR 350H starting  Winter 2000
ENGR 350H is equivalent to  ENGR 350 starting  Winter 2000
ENGR 363 is equivalent to  ENGR 363H starting  Winter 2013
ENGR 363H is equivalent to  ENGR 363 starting  Winter 2013
ENGR 391 is equivalent to  ENGR 391H starting  Spring 2013
ENGR 391H is equivalent to  ENGR 391 starting  Winter 2010
ENGR 399 is equivalent to  ENGR 399H starting  Spring 2000
ENGR 399H is equivalent to  ENGR 399 starting  Spring 2000
ENGR 407 is equivalent to  ENGR 407H starting  Summer 2012
ENGR 407H is equivalent to  ENGR 407 starting  Summer 1995
ENGR 499 is equivalent to  ENGR 499H starting  Winter 2003
ENGR 499H is equivalent to  ENGR 499 starting  Winter 2003
ENSC 479 is equivalent to  BOT 479 starting  Winter 2000
ENT 101 is equivalent to  HORT 101 starting  Fall 2013
ENT 101 is equivalent to  CROP 101 starting  Fall 2013
ENT 101 is equivalent to  SOIL 101 starting  Fall 2013
ENT 300 is equivalent to  HORT 330 starting  Spring 2004
ENT 300 is equivalent to  BI 300 starting  Summer 1992
ENT 499 is equivalent to  FW 499 starting  Fall 2002
ENT 518 is equivalent to  HORT 518 starting  Spring 2013
ENT 542 is equivalent to  HORT 542 starting  Fall 2010
ENVE 299 is equivalent to  ENVE 299H starting  Fall 2010
ENVE 299H is equivalent to  ENVE 299 starting  Spring 2007
ENVE 407 is equivalent to  ENVE 407H starting  Fall 2012
ENVE 407H is equivalent to  ENVE 407 starting  Fall 2012
ENVE 415 is equivalent to  CHE 415 starting  Spring 2002
ENVE 532 is equivalent to  OC 532 starting  Spring 2007
ES 221 is equivalent to  ES 221H starting  Fall 2012
ES 221H is equivalent to  ES 221 starting  Winter 1999
ES 373 is equivalent to  ANTH 373 starting  Fall 2014
ES 373 is equivalent to  WGSS 373 starting  Fall 2014
ES 373 is equivalent to  WLC 373 starting  Fall 2014
ES 399 is equivalent to  ES 399H starting  Summer 2001
ES 399H is equivalent to  ES 399 starting  Fall 1998
ES 431 is equivalent to  WGSS 431 starting  Winter 2014
ES 431 is equivalent to  QS 431 starting  Winter 2014
ES 448 is equivalent to  PHL 448 starting  Spring 2005
ES 472 is equivalent to  QS 472 starting  Winter 2014
ES 472 is equivalent to  WGSS 472 starting  Winter 2014
ES 485 is equivalent to  WGSS 485 starting  Fall 2014
ES 485 is equivalent to  ANTH 485 starting  Fall 2014
ES 485 is equivalent to  WLC 485 starting  Fall 2014
ES 531 is equivalent to  WGSS 531 starting  Winter 2014
ES 531 is equivalent to  QS 531 starting  Winter 2014
ES 548 is equivalent to  PHL 548 starting  Spring 2005
ES 572 is equivalent to  WGSS 572 starting  Winter 2014
ES 572 is equivalent to  QS 572 starting  Winter 2014
EXSS 365 is equivalent to  EXSS 265 starting  Fall 2003
EXSS 371 is equivalent to  EXSS 471 starting  Winter 2003
EXSS 380 is equivalent to  EXSS 443 starting  Summer 1992
EXSS 385 is equivalent to  EXSS 445 starting  Winter 2003
EXSS 455 is equivalent to  EXSS 375 starting  Winter 2009
FE 307 is equivalent to  FOR 307 starting  Fall 2014
FE 456 is equivalent to  FOR 456 starting  Spring 1998
FE 457 is equivalent to  FOR 457 starting  Fall 1996
FE 557 is equivalent to  FOR 557 starting  Fall 1996
FES 115 is equivalent to  FS 115 starting  Fall 2011
FES 141 is equivalent to  FOR 141 starting  Fall 1996
FES 199 is equivalent to  FS 199 starting  Fall 2010
FES 207 is equivalent to  FOR 207 starting  Fall 2008
FES 240 is equivalent to  FOR 240 starting  Fall 1996
FES 241 is equivalent to  FOR 241 starting  Fall 1996
FES 251 is equivalent to  FOR 251 starting  Fall 1996
FES 341 is equivalent to  FOR 341 starting  Fall 1996
FES 342 is equivalent to  FOR 342 starting  Winter 2008
FES 350 is equivalent to  HORT 350 starting  Winter 2009
FES 350 is equivalent to  FOR 350 starting  Winter 2009
FES 360 is equivalent to  FOR 360 starting  Winter 2008
FES 401 is equivalent to  FS 401 starting  Summer 2001
FES 403 is equivalent to  FS 403 starting  Spring 2005
FES 405 is equivalent to  FS 405 starting  Spring 1995
FES 415 is equivalent to  BOT 415 starting  Summer 1992
FES 439 is equivalent to  FW 439 starting  Fall 2014
FES 444 is equivalent to  FOR 444 starting  Fall 1996
FES 445 is equivalent to  FW 445 starting  Spring 2006
FES 445 is equivalent to  FOR 445 starting  Fall 2004
FES 447 is equivalent to  HORT 447 starting  Fall 2010
FES 451 is equivalent to  FOR 451 starting  Fall 1996
FES 455 is equivalent to  HORT 455 starting  Winter 2010
FES 492 is equivalent to  FS 492 starting  Fall 2011
FES 493 is equivalent to  FOR 493 starting  Fall 1996
FES 495 is equivalent to  FOR 495 starting  Fall 1996
FES 499 is equivalent to  FS 499 starting  Winter 1998
FES 501 is equivalent to  FS 501 starting  Spring 2000
FES 503 is equivalent to  FS 503 starting  Summer 1992
FES 505 is equivalent to  FS 505 starting  Summer 1992
FES 506 is equivalent to  FS 506 starting  Summer 1992
FES 507 is equivalent to  FS 507 starting  Summer 1992
FES 508 is equivalent to  FS 508 starting  Spring 2009
FES 511 is equivalent to  FS 511 starting  Summer 2011
FES 515 is equivalent to  BOT 515 starting  Summer 1992
FES 520 is equivalent to  FS 520 starting  Fall 2005
FES 522 is equivalent to  MNR 522 starting  Spring 2014
FES 532 is equivalent to  FOR 532 starting  Fall 1996
FES 535 is equivalent to  MCB 535 starting  Winter 2011
FES 535 is equivalent to  TOX 535 starting  Spring 2009
FES 535 is equivalent to  FS 535 starting  Spring 2009
FES 535 is equivalent to  BI 535 starting  Spring 2009
FES 543 is equivalent to  FS 543 starting  Summer 1992
FES 544 is equivalent to  FOR 544 starting  Fall 1996
FES 545 is equivalent to  FW 545 starting  Spring 2006
FES 547 is equivalent to  HORT 547 starting  Fall 2014
FES 548 is equivalent to  FS 548 starting  Winter 2002
FES 554 is equivalent to  FOR 554 starting  Fall 2008
FES 555 is equivalent to  HORT 555 starting  Winter 2013
FES 555 is equivalent to  FOR 555 starting  Winter 2013
FES 558 is equivalent to  FOR 558 starting  Fall 1996
FES 561 is equivalent to  FS 561 starting  Fall 1998
FES 592 is equivalent to  FS 592 starting  Fall 2011
FES 593 is equivalent to  FOR 593 starting  Fall 1996
FES 595 is equivalent to  FOR 595 starting  Fall 1996
FES 599 is equivalent to  FS 599 starting  Winter 1998
FES 600 is equivalent to  FS 600 starting  Summer 2010
FES 601 is equivalent to  FS 601 starting  Spring 2000
FES 605 is equivalent to  FS 605 starting  Summer 1992
FES 606 is equivalent to  FS 606 starting  Summer 1992
FES 629 is equivalent to  FS 629 starting  Fall 2002
FES 646 is equivalent to  FS 646 starting  Fall 1998
FILM 110 is equivalent to  ENG 110 starting  Fall 2005
FILM 125 is equivalent to  ENG 125 starting  Winter 2001
FILM 220 is equivalent to  ENG 220 starting  Fall 1996
FILM 245 is equivalent to  FILM 245H starting  Winter 2013
FILM 245 is equivalent to  ENG 245 starting  Summer 1992
FILM 245H is equivalent to  ENG 245 starting  Summer 1992
FILM 245H is equivalent to  ENG 245H starting  Spring 2011
FILM 245H is equivalent to  FILM 245 starting  Winter 2013
FILM 265 is equivalent to  ENG 265 starting  Summer 1992
FILM 452 is equivalent to  ENG 452 starting  Fall 1998
FILM 452 is equivalent to  ENG 452H starting  Winter 2012
FILM 452 is equivalent to  FILM 452H starting  Winter 2013
FILM 452H is equivalent to  ENG 452 starting  Fall 1998
FILM 452H is equivalent to  FILM 452 starting  Winter 2013
FILM 480 is equivalent to  ENG 480 starting  Fall 2003
FILM 552 is equivalent to  ENG 552 starting  Summer 1992
FILM 580 is equivalent to  ENG 580 starting  Fall 2005
FIN 340 is equivalent to  BA 340H starting  Spring 2006
FIN 340 is equivalent to  FIN 340H starting  Spring 2013
FIN 340 is equivalent to  BA 340 starting  Summer 1992
FIN 340H is equivalent to  BA 340H starting  Spring 2006
FIN 340H is equivalent to  BA 340 starting  Summer 1992
FIN 340H is equivalent to  FIN 340 starting  Spring 2013
FIN 341 is equivalent to  BA 341 starting  Fall 2009
FIN 342 is equivalent to  BA 342 starting  Fall 2009
FIN 434 is equivalent to  BA 434 starting  Winter 2010
FIN 437 is equivalent to  BA 437 starting  Fall 2011
FIN 438 is equivalent to  BA 438 starting  Fall 2011
FIN 439 is equivalent to  BA 439 starting  Fall 2011
FIN 441 is equivalent to  BA 441 starting  Spring 1996
FIN 442 is equivalent to  BA 435 starting  Summer 2010
FIN 443 is equivalent to  BA 443 starting  Spring 2007
FIN 444 is equivalent to  BA 444 starting  Fall 2006
FIN 445 is equivalent to  BA 445 starting  Fall 2005
FIN 544 is equivalent to  BA 544 starting  Fall 2006
FIN 545 is equivalent to  BA 545 starting  Fall 2005
FOR 220 is equivalent to  F 220 starting  Summer 1992
FOR 307 is equivalent to  FE 307 starting  Fall 2014
FOR 321 is equivalent to  F 321 starting  Fall 1992
FOR 322 is equivalent to  F 322 starting  Summer 1992
FOR 331 is equivalent to  FOR 431 starting  Fall 2003
FOR 346 is equivalent to  RNG 346 starting  Spring 2008
FOR 346 is equivalent to  FW 346 starting  Spring 2008
FOR 399 is equivalent to  FOR 399H starting  Spring 2009
FOR 399H is equivalent to  FOR 399 starting  Spring 2009
FOR 410 is equivalent to  FRR 410 starting  Summer 1992
FOR 421 is equivalent to  F 421 starting  Summer 1992
FOR 436 is equivalent to  RNG 436 starting  Winter 2005
FOR 436 is equivalent to  FW 436 starting  Winter 2005
FOR 446 is equivalent to  RNG 446 starting  Fall 2003
FOR 446 is equivalent to  FW 446 starting  Fall 2003
FOR 456 is equivalent to  FE 456 starting  Spring 1998
FOR 457 is equivalent to  FE 457 starting  Summer 2014
FOR 521 is equivalent to  F 521 starting  Summer 1992
FOR 524 is equivalent to  F 524 starting  Summer 1992
FOR 525 is equivalent to  F 525 starting  Summer 1992
FOR 536 is equivalent to  RNG 536 starting  Winter 2005
FOR 536 is equivalent to  FW 536 starting  Winter 2005
FOR 546 is equivalent to  FW 546 starting  Winter 2008
FOR 546 is equivalent to  RNG 546 starting  Winter 2008
FOR 547 is equivalent to  FW 547 starting  Summer 2009
FOR 557 is equivalent to  FE 557 starting  Summer 2014
FR 270 is equivalent to  FR 270H starting  Fall 2011
FR 270H is equivalent to  FR 270 starting  Winter 1999
FR 329 is equivalent to  FR 329H starting  Fall 2014
FR 329H is equivalent to  FR 329 starting  Fall 2013
FR 499 is equivalent to  FR 499H starting  Winter 2005
FR 499H is equivalent to  FR 499 starting  Winter 2003
FS 435 is equivalent to  TOX 435 starting  Fall 2010
FS 435 is equivalent to  BI 435 starting  Spring 2009
FS 435 is equivalent to  FS 435H starting  Spring 2009
FS 435H is equivalent to  BI 435H starting  Summer 2009
FS 435H is equivalent to  TOX 435H starting  Spring 2009
FS 435H is equivalent to  TOX 435 starting  Spring 2009
FS 435H is equivalent to  BI 435 starting  Summer 2009
FS 435H is equivalent to  FS 435 starting  Spring 2009
FS 453 is equivalent to  FW 453 starting  Fall 1994
FS 477 is equivalent to  RNG 477 starting  Summer 1992
FS 477 is equivalent to  NR 477 starting  Spring 2011
FS 485 is equivalent to  ANS 485 starting  Fall 2004
FS 485 is equivalent to  FW 485 starting  Winter 1999
FS 485 is equivalent to  SOC 485 starting  Fall 1996
FS 547 is equivalent to  BOT 547 starting  Fall 2005
FS 547 is equivalent to  SOIL 547 starting  Fall 2014
FS 577 is equivalent to  RNG 577 starting  Summer 1992
FS 577 is equivalent to  NR 577 starting  Spring 2011
FS 585 is equivalent to  ANS 585 starting  Fall 1996
FS 585 is equivalent to  SOC 585 starting  Fall 1996
FS 585 is equivalent to  FW 585 starting  Winter 1999
FST 399 is equivalent to  FST 399H starting  Spring 2007
FST 399H is equivalent to  FST 399 starting  Spring 2007
FST 479 is equivalent to  MB 479 starting  Fall 2007
FST 514 is equivalent to  NUTR 514 starting  Summer 2009
FST 579 is equivalent to  MB 579 starting  Fall 2007
FW 111 is equivalent to  BI 111 starting  Winter 2008
FW 199 is equivalent to  FW 199H starting  Summer 2006
FW 199H is equivalent to  FW 199 starting  Summer 1992
FW 302 is equivalent to  BI 302 starting  Summer 2007
FW 328 is equivalent to  VMB 328 starting  Summer 2009
FW 346 is equivalent to  FOR 346 starting  Spring 2008
FW 346 is equivalent to  RNG 346 starting  Spring 2008
FW 421 is equivalent to  BI 421 starting  Summer 2006
FW 439 is equivalent to  FES 439 starting  Winter 2014
FW 445 is equivalent to  FOR 445 starting  Spring 2005
FW 445 is equivalent to  FES 445 starting  Summer 2014
FW 446 is equivalent to  RNG 446 starting  Fall 2003
FW 446 is equivalent to  FOR 446 starting  Fall 2003
FW 453 is equivalent to  FS 453 starting  Fall 1994
FW 464 is equivalent to  Z 464 starting  Winter 2005
FW 470 is equivalent to  HSTS 470 starting  Spring 2002
FW 485 is equivalent to  ANS 485 starting  Fall 1996
FW 485 is equivalent to  FS 485 starting  Winter 2011
FW 485 is equivalent to  SOC 485 starting  Fall 1996
FW 485 is equivalent to  FES 485 starting  Winter 2014
FW 491 is equivalent to  MB 491 starting  Spring 2009
FW 499 is equivalent to  ENT 499 starting  Fall 2002
FW 545 is equivalent to  FES 545 starting  Winter 2014
FW 546 is equivalent to  FOR 546 starting  Winter 2008
FW 546 is equivalent to  RNG 546 starting  Winter 2008
FW 547 is equivalent to  FOR 547 starting  Fall 2009
FW 553 is equivalent to  FS 553 starting  Fall 1994
FW 564 is equivalent to  Z 564 starting  Winter 2005
FW 570 is equivalent to  HSTS 570 starting  Spring 2002
FW 574 is equivalent to  OC 574 starting  Fall 2008
FW 585 is equivalent to  ANS 585 starting  Winter 1999
FW 585 is equivalent to  SOC 585 starting  Fall 1996
FW 585 is equivalent to  FES 585 starting  Winter 2014
FW 585 is equivalent to  FS 585 starting  Winter 2011
FW 591 is equivalent to  MB 591 starting  Spring 2009
FW 599 is equivalent to  ENT 499 starting  Spring 2004
GEO 105 is equivalent to  GEO 105H starting  Winter 2007
GEO 105H is equivalent to  GEO 105 starting  Fall 1994
GEO 201 is equivalent to  GEO 201H starting  Spring 2008
GEO 201H is equivalent to  GEO 201 starting  Fall 1998
GEO 300 is equivalent to  GEO 300H starting  Winter 2005
GEO 300H is equivalent to  GEO 300 starting  Fall 1994
GEO 307 is equivalent to  GEO 307H starting  Fall 2011
GEO 307H is equivalent to  GEO 307 starting  Fall 2011
GEO 335 is equivalent to  GEO 335H starting  Summer 2001
GEO 335 is equivalent to  SOIL 335 starting  Winter 2013
GEO 335H is equivalent to  SOIL 335 starting  Winter 2013
GEO 335H is equivalent to  GEO 335 starting  Winter 2000
GEO 335H is equivalent to  CSS 335H starting  Winter 2000
GEO 339 is equivalent to  GEO 339H starting  Winter 2001
GEO 339H is equivalent to  GEO 339 starting  Fall 1994
GEO 399 is equivalent to  GEO 399H starting  Winter 2008
GEO 399H is equivalent to  GEO 399 starting  Spring 1999
GEO 514 is equivalent to  BEE 514 starting  Fall 2007
GEO 514 is equivalent to  CE 514 starting  Fall 1998
GRAD 511 is equivalent to  WGSS 511 starting  Summer 2014
GRAD 511 is equivalent to  WGSS 513 starting  Summer 2014
GRAD 511 is equivalent to  WGSS 512 starting  Summer 2014
H 364 is equivalent to  H 364H starting  Spring 2012
H 364H is equivalent to  H 364 starting  Summer 1992
H 399 is equivalent to  H 399H starting  Spring 2007
H 399H is equivalent to  H 399 starting  Spring 2007
H 407 is equivalent to  H 407H starting  Spring 2011
H 407H is equivalent to  H 407 starting  Summer 1992
H 477 is equivalent to  NUTR 477 starting  Summer 2009
H 491 is equivalent to  H 491H starting  Spring 2009
H 491H is equivalent to  H 491 starting  Summer 1992
H 565 is equivalent to  BA 565 starting  Winter 2000
H 577 is equivalent to  NUTR 577 starting  Summer 2009
H 685 is equivalent to  HDFS 685 starting  Fall 2013
HDFS 447 is equivalent to  HDFS 447H starting  Fall 2010
HDFS 447H is equivalent to  HDFS 447 starting  Winter 2000
HDFS 465 is equivalent to  HDFS 465H starting  Spring 2002
HDFS 465H is equivalent to  HDFS 465 starting  Fall 2000
HDFS 499 is equivalent to  H 499 starting  Winter 2010
HDFS 499H is equivalent to  HDFS 499 starting  Winter 2010
HDFS 533 is equivalent to  HOEC 533 starting  Fall 1995
HDFS 685 is equivalent to  H 685 starting  Fall 2013
HORT 101 is equivalent to  ENT 101 starting  Fall 2013
HORT 101 is equivalent to  CROP 101 starting  Fall 2013
HORT 101 is equivalent to  SOIL 101 starting  Fall 2013
HORT 199 is equivalent to  HORT 199H starting  Fall 2013
HORT 199H is equivalent to  HORT 199 starting  Fall 2008
HORT 299 is equivalent to  HORT 299H starting  Fall 2005
HORT 299H is equivalent to  HORT 299 starting  Fall 2005
HORT 300 is equivalent to  CROP 300 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 300 is equivalent to  CSS 300 starting  Fall 1996
HORT 330 is equivalent to  BI 300 starting  Spring 2004
HORT 330 is equivalent to  ENT 300 starting  Spring 2004
HORT 350 is equivalent to  FES 350 starting  Summer 2014
HORT 350 is equivalent to  FOR 350 starting  Winter 2009
HORT 405 is equivalent to  HORT 405H starting  Fall 2013
HORT 405H is equivalent to  HORT 405 starting  Summer 1992
HORT 406 is equivalent to  BRR 406 starting  Winter 2007
HORT 430 is equivalent to  PBG 430 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 430 is equivalent to  CSS 430 starting  Fall 1992
HORT 431 is equivalent to  CSS 431 starting  Winter 2006
HORT 431 is equivalent to  PBG 431 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 433 is equivalent to  CROP 433 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 433 is equivalent to  HORT 233 starting  Fall 2000
HORT 438 is equivalent to  CROP 438 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 438 is equivalent to  AREC 438 starting  Spring 2005
HORT 438 is equivalent to  CSS 438 starting  Spring 2007
HORT 438 is equivalent to  ANS 438 starting  Spring 2005
HORT 441 is equivalent to  PBG 441 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 447 is equivalent to  FES 447 starting  Summer 2014
HORT 450 is equivalent to  CSS 450 starting  Fall 1992
HORT 450 is equivalent to  PBG 450 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 455 is equivalent to  FES 455 starting  Summer 2014
HORT 455 is equivalent to  FOR 455 starting  Winter 2010
HORT 463 is equivalent to  CROP 463 starting  Fall 2013
HORT 480 is equivalent to  CSS 480 starting  Fall 1992
HORT 480 is equivalent to  CROP 480 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 499 is equivalent to  HORT 499H starting  Fall 2013
HORT 499H is equivalent to  HORT 499 starting  Fall 2005
HORT 518 is equivalent to  ENT 518 starting  Spring 2013
HORT 519 is equivalent to  PBG 519 starting  Spring 2013
HORT 530 is equivalent to  CSS 530 starting  Fall 1992
HORT 530 is equivalent to  PBG 530 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 533 is equivalent to  CROP 533 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 541 is equivalent to  MCB 541 starting  Spring 1995
HORT 541 is equivalent to  PBG 541 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 547 is equivalent to  FES 547 starting  Fall 2014
HORT 550 is equivalent to  PBG 550 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 550 is equivalent to  CSS 550 starting  Fall 1992
HORT 555 is equivalent to  FOR 555 starting  Winter 2013
HORT 555 is equivalent to  FES 555 starting  Summer 2014
HORT 563 is equivalent to  CROP 563 starting  Fall 2013
HORT 580 is equivalent to  CROP 580 starting  Summer 2013
HORT 580 is equivalent to  CSS 580 starting  Summer 1992
HST 101 is equivalent to  HST 101H starting  Fall 1997
HST 101H is equivalent to  HST 101 starting  Summer 1992
HST 102 is equivalent to  HST 102H starting  Winter 1997
HST 102H is equivalent to  HST 102 starting  Summer 1992
HST 103 is equivalent to  HST 103H starting  Winter 1997
HST 103H is equivalent to  HST 103 starting  Summer 1992
HST 201 is equivalent to  HST 201H starting  Fall 1996
HST 201H is equivalent to  HST 201 starting  Summer 1992
HST 202 is equivalent to  HST 202H starting  Winter 2006
HST 202H is equivalent to  HST 202 starting  Summer 1992
HST 203 is equivalent to  HST 203H starting  Spring 2008
HST 203H is equivalent to  HST 203 starting  Summer 1992
HST 210 is equivalent to  PHL 210 starting  Winter 2013
HST 210 is equivalent to  HST 210H starting  Fall 2014
HST 210 is equivalent to  PHL 210H starting  Fall 2014
HST 210H is equivalent to  HST 210 starting  Winter 2013
HST 210H is equivalent to  PHL 210H starting  Fall 2014
HST 210H is equivalent to  PHL 210 starting  Winter 2013
HST 310 is equivalent to  HST 420 starting  Fall 2001
HST 340 is equivalent to  HST 540 starting  Fall 2004
HST 340 is equivalent to  HST 440 starting  Fall 2004
HST 341 is equivalent to  HST 541 starting  Fall 2004
HST 341 is equivalent to  HST 441 starting  Fall 2004
HST 345 is equivalent to  HST 545 starting  Fall 2004
HST 345 is equivalent to  HST 445 starting  Fall 2004
HST 350 is equivalent to  HST 350H starting  Winter 2009
HST 350H is equivalent to  HST 350 starting  Winter 2009
HST 351 is equivalent to  HST 351H starting  Fall 2007
HST 351H is equivalent to  HST 351 starting  Fall 2007
HST 386 is equivalent to  HST 386H starting  Winter 2011
HST 386H is equivalent to  HST 386 starting  Summer 2009
HST 390 is equivalent to  HST 390H starting  Summer 2010
HST 390H is equivalent to  HST 390 starting  Summer 2008
HST 399 is equivalent to  HST 399H starting  Winter 2010
HST 399H is equivalent to  HST 399 starting  Winter 2009
HST 415 is equivalent to  HST 415H starting  Summer 2001
HST 415H is equivalent to  HST 415 starting  Summer 1992
HST 425 is equivalent to  HST 425H starting  Spring 2008
HST 425H is equivalent to  HST 425 starting  Spring 1999
HST 432 is equivalent to  HST 432H starting  Fall 2010
HST 432H is equivalent to  HST 432 starting  Winter 1996
HST 499 is equivalent to  HST 499H starting  Winter 2010
HST 499H is equivalent to  HST 499 starting  Spring 2006
HSTS 407 is equivalent to  HSTS 407H starting  Fall 1998
HSTS 415 is equivalent to  HSTS 415H starting  Fall 2012
HSTS 415H is equivalent to  HSTS 415 starting  Spring 1994
HSTS 440 is equivalent to  HSTS 440H starting  Winter 2013
HSTS 440H is equivalent to  HSTS 440 starting  Winter 2002
HSTS 470 is equivalent to  FW 470 starting  Spring 2002
HSTS 570 is equivalent to  FW 570 starting  Spring 2002
IE 285 is equivalent to  MFGE 285 starting  Fall 2013
IE 497 is equivalent to  ME 497 starting  Fall 2010
IE 498 is equivalent to  ME 498 starting  Winter 2010
IE 521 is equivalent to  IE 525 starting  Fall 1999
LING 208 is equivalent to  ANTH 208 starting  Fall 2002
LING 209 is equivalent to  ANTH 209 starting  Fall 2002
LING 251 is equivalent to  LING 251H starting  Winter 2012
LING 251H is equivalent to  LING 251 starting  Spring 2002
MATS 221 is equivalent to  ENGR 221 starting  Winter 2007
MATS 321 is equivalent to  ENGR 321H starting  Winter 2010
MATS 321 is equivalent to  ENGR 321 starting  Winter 2010
MATS 322 is equivalent to  ENGR 322 starting  Fall 2009
MATS 455 is equivalent to  ME 455 starting  Spring 2008
MATS 478 is equivalent to  ME 478 starting  Winter 2001
MATS 509 is equivalent to  ME 509 starting  Fall 2008
MATS 555 is equivalent to  ME 555 starting  Spring 2008
MATS 570 is equivalent to  ME 570 starting  Winter 2008
MATS 571 is equivalent to  ME 571 starting  Summer 2010
MATS 578 is equivalent to  ME 578 starting  Winter 2001
MATS 580 is equivalent to  ME 580 starting  Summer 1992
MATS 581 is equivalent to  ME 581 starting  Fall 2010
MATS 582 is equivalent to  ME 582 starting  Fall 1996
MATS 584 is equivalent to  ME 584 starting  Fall 2008
MATS 587 is equivalent to  ME 587 starting  Fall 2008
MATS 588 is equivalent to  ME 588 starting  Winter 2014
MATS 671 is equivalent to  ME 671 starting  Winter 2010
MB 230 is equivalent to  MB 230H starting  Spring 2007
MB 230H is equivalent to  MB 230 starting  Summer 1992
MB 299 is equivalent to  MB 299H starting  Fall 2009
MB 299H is equivalent to  MB 299 starting  Fall 2009
MB 385 is equivalent to  BI 385 starting  Fall 2012
MB 399 is equivalent to  MB 399H starting  Winter 2000
MB 399H is equivalent to  MB 399 starting  Winter 2000
MB 479 is equivalent to  FST 479 starting  Fall 2007
MB 491 is equivalent to  FW 491 starting  Spring 2009
MB 579 is equivalent to  FST 579 starting  Fall 2007
MB 591 is equivalent to  FW 591 starting  Spring 2009
MCB 535 is equivalent to  FES 535 starting  Winter 2014
MCB 535 is equivalent to  TOX 535 starting  Spring 2009
MCB 535 is equivalent to  FS 535 starting  Spring 2009
MCB 535 is equivalent to  BI 535 starting  Summer 2009
MCB 541 is equivalent to  HORT 541 starting  Spring 1995
MCB 541 is equivalent to  PBG 541 starting  Summer 2013
MCB 554 is equivalent to  GEN 554 starting  Fall 1996
MCB 554 is equivalent to  TOX 554 starting  Fall 2007
MCB 555 is equivalent to  GEN 555 starting  Fall 1994
MCB 564 is equivalent to  PHAR 564 starting  Spring 2003
MCB 565 is equivalent to  PHAR 565 starting  Fall 2008
MCB 575 is equivalent to  BOT 575 starting  Winter 2012
MCB 620 is equivalent to  CSS 620 starting  Spring 2000
MCB 620 is equivalent to  PBG 620 starting  Summer 2013
MCB 621 is equivalent to  CSS 621 starting  Spring 2000
MCB 621 is equivalent to  PBG 621 starting  Summer 2013
MCB 622 is equivalent to  PBG 622 starting  Summer 2013
MCB 622 is equivalent to  CSS 622 starting  Spring 2000
MCB 651 is equivalent to  BOT 651 starting  Spring 1999
MCB 662 is equivalent to  ANS 662 starting  Summer 1992
MCB 662 is equivalent to  BB 662 starting  Summer 1992
MCB 662 is equivalent to  PHAR 662 starting  Winter 2013
MCB 671 is equivalent to  VMB 671 starting  Fall 2012
ME 101 is equivalent to  MIME 101 starting  Fall 2014
ME 311 is equivalent to  ME 311H starting  Fall 2007
ME 311 is equivalent to  NE 311H starting  Fall 2012
ME 311 is equivalent to  NE 311 starting  Winter 2006
ME 311H is equivalent to  ENGR 311 starting  Summer 1992
ME 311H is equivalent to  ENGR 311H starting  Winter 2001
ME 311H is equivalent to  NE 311H starting  Fall 2012
ME 311H is equivalent to  NE 311 starting  Winter 2006
ME 311H is equivalent to  ME 311 starting  Winter 2006
ME 312 is equivalent to  NE 312 starting  Spring 2006
ME 312 is equivalent to  ME 312H starting  Spring 2011
ME 312 is equivalent to  NE 312H starting  Winter 2012
ME 312H is equivalent to  NE 312H starting  Winter 2012
ME 312H is equivalent to  NE 312 starting  Spring 2006
ME 312H is equivalent to  ME 312 starting  Winter 2006
ME 331 is equivalent to  ME 331H starting  Winter 2008
ME 331 is equivalent to  NE 331H starting  Winter 2012
ME 331 is equivalent to  NE 331 starting  Winter 2006
ME 331H is equivalent to  ME 331 starting  Winter 2006
ME 331H is equivalent to  NE 331 starting  Winter 2006
ME 331H is equivalent to  NE 331H starting  Winter 2012
ME 332 is equivalent to  NE 332 starting  Spring 2006
ME 332 is equivalent to  NE 332H starting  Fall 2013
ME 332 is equivalent to  ME 332H starting  Winter 2007
ME 332H is equivalent to  NE 332H starting  Fall 2013
ME 332H is equivalent to  ME 332 starting  Winter 2006
ME 332H is equivalent to  NE 332 starting  Spring 2006
ME 373 is equivalent to  ME 373H starting  Winter 2009
ME 373H is equivalent to  ME 373 starting  Spring 2003
ME 382 is equivalent to  ME 382H starting  Fall 2013
ME 382H is equivalent to  ME 382 starting  Summer 1992
ME 405 is equivalent to  ME 405H starting  Spring 2007
ME 405H is equivalent to  ME 405 starting  Summer 1992
ME 430 is equivalent to  ECE 451 starting  Fall 2012
ME 430 is equivalent to  ME 430H starting  Summer 2014
ME 430H is equivalent to  ECE 451 starting  Fall 2012
ME 430H is equivalent to  ME 430 starting  Summer 1992
ME 452 is equivalent to  ME 452H starting  Fall 2012
ME 452H is equivalent to  ME 452 starting  Fall 2006
ME 455 is equivalent to  MATS 455 starting  Winter 2010
ME 478 is equivalent to  MATS 478 starting  Winter 2010
ME 497 is equivalent to  IE 497 starting  Fall 2010
ME 498 is equivalent to  IE 498 starting  Winter 2010
ME 509 is equivalent to  MATS 509 starting  Fall 2011
ME 526 is equivalent to  NE 526 starting  Fall 2010
ME 555 is equivalent to  MATS 555 starting  Winter 2010
ME 570 is equivalent to  MATS 570 starting  Winter 2010
ME 571 is equivalent to  MATS 571 starting  Winter 2010
ME 578 is equivalent to  MATS 578 starting  Winter 2010
ME 580 is equivalent to  MATS 580 starting  Winter 2010
ME 581 is equivalent to  MATS 581 starting  Winter 2010
ME 582 is equivalent to  MATS 582 starting  Winter 2010
ME 584 is equivalent to  MATS 584 starting  Winter 2010
ME 587 is equivalent to  MATS 587 starting  Winter 2010
ME 588 is equivalent to  MATS 588 starting  Winter 2014
ME 671 is equivalent to  MATS 671 starting  Winter 2010
MFGE 285 is equivalent to  IE 285 starting  Fall 1999
MFGE 336 is equivalent to  IE 336 starting  Fall 2010
MFGE 337 is equivalent to  IE 337 starting  Fall 2010
MFGE 436 is equivalent to  IE 436 starting  Winter 2003
MGMT 364 is equivalent to  BA 364 starting  Winter 2009
MGMT 452 is equivalent to  BA 452 starting  Winter 2012
MGMT 453 is equivalent to  BA 453 starting  Fall 1995
MGMT 455 is equivalent to  BA 455 starting  Winter 2012
MGMT 456 is equivalent to  BA 456 starting  Winter 2009
MGMT 457 is equivalent to  BA 457 starting  Winter 2004
MGMT 553 is equivalent to  BA 553 starting  Summer 2003
MIME 101 is equivalent to  ME 101 starting  Summer 1992
MNR 522 is equivalent to  FES 522 starting  Summer 2014
MP 517 is equivalent to  RHP 517 starting  Winter 2010
MP 531 is equivalent to  NE 531 starting  Fall 2005
MP 531 is equivalent to  RHP 531 starting  Fall 2005
MP 535 is equivalent to  NE 535 starting  Winter 2010
MP 535 is equivalent to  RHP 535 starting  Winter 2010
MP 536 is equivalent to  RHP 536 starting  Fall 2005
MP 536 is equivalent to  NE 536 starting  Fall 2005
MP 582 is equivalent to  NE 582 starting  Fall 2001
MP 582 is equivalent to  RHP 582 starting  Fall 2001
MP 583 is equivalent to  RHP 583 starting  Fall 2001
MRKT 396 is equivalent to  BA 396 starting  Fall 2003
MRKT 486 is equivalent to  BA 486 starting  Fall 2012
MRKT 488 is equivalent to  BA 491 starting  Winter 2005
MRKT 489 is equivalent to  BA 489 starting  Winter 2010
MRKT 492 is equivalent to  BA 492 starting  Summer 1992
MRKT 493 is equivalent to  BA 493 starting  Summer 1994
MRKT 495 is equivalent to  BA 495 starting  Summer 1992
MRKT 496 is equivalent to  BA 496 starting  Fall 2003
MRKT 497 is equivalent to  BA 497 starting  Fall 1997
MRKT 498 is equivalent to  BA 498 starting  Spring 1992
MRKT 499 is equivalent to  BA 499 starting  Summer 1992
MRKT 592 is equivalent to  BA 592 starting  Summer 1992
MRKT 593 is equivalent to  BA 593 starting  Winter 1999
MRKT 595 is equivalent to  BA 595 starting  Summer 1992
MRKT 596 is equivalent to  BA 596 starting  Fall 2005
MRKT 597 is equivalent to  BA 597 starting  Fall 1997
MRKT 599 is equivalent to  BA 599 starting  Fall 1997
MRM 552 is equivalent to  AREC 552 starting  Summer 1992
MTH 251 is equivalent to  MTH 251H starting  Fall 1992
MTH 251H is equivalent to  MTH 251 starting  Summer 1992
MTH 252 is equivalent to  MTH 252H starting  Winter 1996
MTH 252H is equivalent to  MTH 252 starting  Summer 1992
MTH 253 is equivalent to  MTH 253H starting  Spring 1996
MTH 254 is equivalent to  MTH 254H starting  Spring 1999
MTH 254H is equivalent to  MTH 254 starting  Summer 1992
MTH 255 is equivalent to  MTH 255H starting  Winter 2000
MTH 255H is equivalent to  MTH 255 starting  Summer 1992
MTH 256 is equivalent to  MTH 256H starting  Fall 2002
MTH 256H is equivalent to  MTH 256 starting  Summer 1992
MTH 268 is equivalent to  FW 268 starting  Winter 2003
MTH 361 is equivalent to  MTH 361H starting  Winter 2007
MTH 361H is equivalent to  MTH 361 starting  Fall 2002
MTH 399 is equivalent to  MTH 399H starting  Winter 2006
MTH 399H is equivalent to  MTH 399 starting  Summer 1999
MUS 101 is equivalent to  MUS 101H starting  Winter 2007
MUS 101H is equivalent to  MUS 101 starting  Summer 1992
MUS 102 is equivalent to  MUS 102H starting  Winter 2008
MUS 102H is equivalent to  MUS 102 starting  Summer 1992
MUS 103 is equivalent to  MUS 103H starting  Winter 2011
MUS 103H is equivalent to  MUS 103 starting  Winter 1996
MUS 108 is equivalent to  MUS 108H starting  Spring 2008
MUS 108H is equivalent to  MUS 108 starting  Summer 1992
NE 114 is equivalent to  RHP 114 starting  Fall 2001
NE 115 is equivalent to  RHP 115 starting  Fall 2001
NE 234 is equivalent to  RHP 234 starting  Fall 2002
NE 235 is equivalent to  RHP 235 starting  Fall 2001
NE 236 is equivalent to  RHP 236 starting  Spring 2001
NE 311 is equivalent to  ME 311H starting  Fall 2007
NE 311 is equivalent to  NE 311H starting  Fall 2012
NE 311 is equivalent to  ME 311 starting  Winter 2006
NE 311H is equivalent to  ME 311H starting  Fall 2007
NE 311H is equivalent to  NE 311 starting  Winter 2006
NE 312 is equivalent to  ME 312 starting  Winter 2006
NE 312 is equivalent to  NE 312H starting  Winter 2012
NE 312 is equivalent to  ME 312H starting  Spring 2011
NE 312H is equivalent to  NE 312 starting  Spring 2006
NE 312H is equivalent to  ME 312 starting  Winter 2006
NE 312H is equivalent to  ME 312H starting  Spring 2011
NE 331 is equivalent to  ME 331H starting  Winter 2008
NE 331 is equivalent to  ME 331 starting  Winter 2006
NE 331 is equivalent to  NE 331H starting  Winter 2012
NE 331H is equivalent to  ME 331 starting  Winter 2006
NE 331H is equivalent to  ME 331H starting  Winter 2008
NE 331H is equivalent to  NE 331 starting  Winter 2006
NE 332 is equivalent to  ME 332 starting  Winter 2006
NE 332 is equivalent to  ME 332H starting  Winter 2007
NE 332 is equivalent to  NE 332H starting  Fall 2013
NE 332H is equivalent to  NE 332 starting  Spring 2006
NE 332H is equivalent to  ME 332H starting  Winter 2007
NE 332H is equivalent to  ME 332 starting  Winter 2006
NE 333 is equivalent to  RHP 333 starting  Spring 2010
NE 407 is equivalent to  RHP 407 starting  Winter 2002
NE 415 is equivalent to  RHP 415 starting  Fall 2001
NE 435 is equivalent to  RHP 435 starting  Winter 2010
NE 475 is equivalent to  RHP 475 starting  Fall 2010
NE 481 is equivalent to  RHP 481 starting  Fall 2001
NE 507 is equivalent to  RHP 507 starting  Winter 2001
NE 515 is equivalent to  RHP 515 starting  Fall 2001
NE 516 is equivalent to  CH 516 starting  Spring 2003
NE 516 is equivalent to  RHP 516 starting  Spring 2003
NE 526 is equivalent to  ME 526 starting  Fall 2010
NE 531 is equivalent to  MP 531 starting  Winter 2013
NE 531 is equivalent to  RHP 531 starting  Fall 2005
NE 535 is equivalent to  MP 535 starting  Winter 2010
NE 535 is equivalent to  RHP 535 starting  Winter 2010
NE 536 is equivalent to  MP 536 starting  Spring 2010
NE 536 is equivalent to  RHP 536 starting  Fall 2005
NE 537 is equivalent to  RHP 537 starting  Fall 2010
NE 539 is equivalent to  RHP 539 starting  Fall 1994
NE 575 is equivalent to  RHP 575 starting  Fall 2010
NE 582 is equivalent to  MP 582 starting  Spring 2010
NE 582 is equivalent to  RHP 582 starting  Fall 2001
NE 607 is equivalent to  RHP 607 starting  Fall 2003
NMC 320 is equivalent to  NMC 322 starting  Fall 2014
NMC 320 is equivalent to  NMC 321 starting  Spring 2013
NMC 321 is equivalent to  NMC 322 starting  Fall 2014
NMC 321 is equivalent to  NMC 320 starting  Spring 2005
NMC 322 is equivalent to  NMC 321 starting  Spring 2013
NMC 322 is equivalent to  NMC 320 starting  Spring 2005
NMC 409 is equivalent to  ART 409 starting  Fall 2014
NR 477 is equivalent to  RNG 477 starting  Summer 1992
NR 477 is equivalent to  FS 477 starting  Spring 2011
NR 499 is equivalent to  NR 499H starting  Spring 2005
NR 499H is equivalent to  NR 499 starting  Spring 2005
NR 577 is equivalent to  RNG 577 starting  Summer 1992
NR 577 is equivalent to  FS 577 starting  Spring 2011
NUTR 477 is equivalent to  H 477 starting  Spring 1998
NUTR 514 is equivalent to  FST 514 starting  Spring 2005
NUTR 577 is equivalent to  H 577 starting  Summer 2004
OC 331 is equivalent to  OC 331H starting  Fall 2006
OC 331H is equivalent to  OC 331 starting  Summer 1992
OC 332 is equivalent to  OC 332H starting  Winter 2007
OC 332H is equivalent to  OC 332 starting  Summer 1992
OC 399 is equivalent to  OC 399H starting  Winter 2006
OC 399H is equivalent to  OC 399 starting  Winter 2006
OC 407 is equivalent to  OC 407H starting  Spring 1997
OC 407H is equivalent to  OC 407 starting  Summer 1992
OC 528 is equivalent to  GEO 528 starting  Fall 1995
OC 532 is equivalent to  ENVE 532 starting  Summer 2008
OC 574 is equivalent to  FW 574 starting  Fall 1994
OC 630 is equivalent to  CE 630 starting  Winter 2008
OC 631 is equivalent to  CE 631 starting  Winter 2008
OC 634 is equivalent to  CE 634 starting  Winter 2008
OC 635 is equivalent to  CE 635 starting  Fall 2009
PAC 116 is equivalent to  PAC 123 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 129 is equivalent to  PAC 106 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 131 is equivalent to  PAC 108 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 135 is equivalent to  PAC 160 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 152 is equivalent to  PAC 141 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 166 is equivalent to  PAC 178 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 167 is equivalent to  PAC 179 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 179 is equivalent to  PAC 167 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 194 is equivalent to  ANS 194 starting  Summer 1992
PAC 210 is equivalent to  PAC 227 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 236 is equivalent to  PAC 262 starting  Winter 1997
PAC 247 is equivalent to  PAC 286 starting  Winter 1997
PBG 199 is equivalent to  PBG 199H starting  Fall 2013
PBG 199H is equivalent to  PBG 199 starting  Fall 2013
PBG 299 is equivalent to  PBG 299H starting  Fall 2013
PBG 299H is equivalent to  PBG 299 starting  Fall 2013
PBG 405 is equivalent to  PBG 405H starting  Fall 2013
PBG 405H is equivalent to  PBG 405 starting  Fall 2013
PBG 430 is equivalent to  CSS 430 starting  Fall 1992
PBG 430 is equivalent to  HORT 430 starting  Winter 2001
PBG 431 is equivalent to  HORT 431 starting  Winter 2006
PBG 431 is equivalent to  CSS 431 starting  Winter 2006
PBG 441 is equivalent to  HORT 441 starting  Summer 1992
PBG 450 is equivalent to  CSS 450 starting  Fall 1992
PBG 450 is equivalent to  HORT 450 starting  Fall 1992
PBG 499 is equivalent to  PBG 499H starting  Fall 2013
PBG 499H is equivalent to  PBG 499 starting  Fall 2013
PBG 513 is equivalent to  HORT 513 starting  Spring 1996
PBG 519 is equivalent to  HORT 519 starting  Spring 2013
PBG 530 is equivalent to  HORT 530 starting  Winter 2001
PBG 530 is equivalent to  CSS 530 starting  Fall 1992
PBG 541 is equivalent to  HORT 541 starting  Summer 1992
PBG 541 is equivalent to  MCB 541 starting  Spring 1995
PBG 550 is equivalent to  CSS 550 starting  Fall 1992
PBG 550 is equivalent to  HORT 550 starting  Fall 1992
PBG 620 is equivalent to  MCB 620 starting  Spring 2000
PBG 620 is equivalent to  CSS 620 starting  Spring 2000
PBG 621 is equivalent to  MCB 621 starting  Spring 2000
PBG 621 is equivalent to  CSS 621 starting  Spring 2000
PBG 622 is equivalent to  CSS 622 starting  Spring 2000
PBG 622 is equivalent to  MCB 622 starting  Spring 2000
PBG 650 is equivalent to  CSS 650 starting  Winter 2002
PH 104 is equivalent to  PH 104H starting  Fall 2013
PH 104H is equivalent to  PH 104 starting  Summer 1992
PH 201 is equivalent to  PH 201H starting  Spring 2007
PH 201H is equivalent to  PH 201 starting  Summer 1992
PH 202 is equivalent to  PH 202H starting  Winter 2008
PH 202H is equivalent to  PH 202 starting  Summer 1992
PH 203 is equivalent to  PH 203H starting  Winter 2008
PH 203H is equivalent to  PH 203 starting  Summer 1992
PH 211 is equivalent to  PH 211H starting  Spring 2006
PH 211H is equivalent to  PH 211 starting  Summer 1992
PH 212 is equivalent to  PH 212H starting  Winter 2008
PH 212H is equivalent to  PH 212 starting  Summer 1992
PH 213 is equivalent to  PH 213H starting  Spring 2008
PH 213H is equivalent to  PH 213 starting  Summer 1992
PH 221 is equivalent to  PH 221H starting  Fall 1997
PH 221H is equivalent to  PH 221 starting  Spring 1996
PH 222 is equivalent to  PH 222H starting  Fall 1997
PH 222H is equivalent to  PH 222 starting  Spring 1996
PH 223 is equivalent to  PH 223H starting  Fall 1997
PH 223H is equivalent to  PH 223 starting  Spring 1996
PH 320 is equivalent to  PH 320X starting  Fall 2001
PH 399 is equivalent to  PH 399H starting  Winter 2010
PH 399H is equivalent to  PH 399 starting  Winter 2010
PH 407 is equivalent to  PH 407H starting  Spring 2008
PH 407H is equivalent to  PH 407 starting  Summer 1992
PH 464 is equivalent to  PH 365 starting  Spring 2005
PH 482 is equivalent to  ECE 482 starting  Summer 1992
PH 483 is equivalent to  ECE 483 starting  Summer 1992
PH 564 is equivalent to  PH 365 starting  Spring 2005
PH 582 is equivalent to  ECE 582 starting  Summer 1992
PH 583 is equivalent to  ECE 583 starting  Summer 1992
PHAR 564 is equivalent to  MCB 564 starting  Spring 2003
PHAR 565 is equivalent to  MCB 565 starting  Spring 2008
PHAR 662 is equivalent to  BB 662 starting  Summer 1992
PHAR 662 is equivalent to  MCB 662 starting  Winter 2013
PHAR 662 is equivalent to  ANS 662 starting  Summer 1992
PHAR 720 is equivalent to  PHAR 352 starting  Fall 2000
PHL 160 is equivalent to  PHL 160H starting  Spring 2008
PHL 160H is equivalent to  PHL 160 starting  Fall 1993
PHL 205 is equivalent to  PHL 205H starting  Fall 1996
PHL 205H is equivalent to  PHL 205 starting  Summer 1992
PHL 207 is equivalent to  PHL 207H starting  Winter 2006
PHL 207H is equivalent to  PHL 207 starting  Summer 1992
PHL 210 is equivalent to  HST 210 starting  Winter 2013
PHL 210 is equivalent to  PHL 210H starting  Fall 2014
PHL 210 is equivalent to  HST 210H starting  Fall 2014
PHL 210H is equivalent to  HST 210 starting  Winter 2013
PHL 210H is equivalent to  PHL 210 starting  Winter 2013
PHL 210H is equivalent to  HST 210H starting  Winter 2013
PHL 220 is equivalent to  PHL 220H starting  Fall 2006
PHL 220H is equivalent to  PHL 220 starting  Fall 1993
PHL 251 is equivalent to  PHL 251H starting  Spring 2008
PHL 251H is equivalent to  PHL 251 starting  Summer 2005
PHL 315 is equivalent to  PHL 315H starting  Spring 2011
PHL 315H is equivalent to  PHL 315 starting  Winter 2011
PHL 325 is equivalent to  PHL 325H starting  Summer 2010
PHL 325H is equivalent to  PHL 325 starting  Spring 1996
PHL 344 is equivalent to  PHL 344H starting  Winter 2009
PHL 344H is equivalent to  PH 344 starting  Spring 2003
PHL 371 is equivalent to  PHL 371H starting  Spring 2013
PHL 371H is equivalent to  PHL 371 starting  Winter 1993
PHL 399 is equivalent to  PHL 399H starting  Winter 2001
PHL 399H is equivalent to  PHL 399 starting  Fall 1998
PHL 407 is equivalent to  PHL 407H starting  Winter 2012
PHL 407H is equivalent to  PHL 407 starting  Spring 1994
PHL 417 is equivalent to  WGSS 417 starting  Summer 2014
PHL 430 is equivalent to  PHL 430H starting  Fall 2005
PHL 430H is equivalent to  PHL 430 starting  Spring 2003
PHL 431 is equivalent to  PHL 431H starting  Spring 2011
PHL 431H is equivalent to  PHL 431 starting  Fall 2011
PHL 440 is equivalent to  PHL 440H starting  Spring 2002
PHL 440H is equivalent to  PHL 440 starting  Summer 1992
PHL 443 is equivalent to  PHL 443H starting  Spring 2006
PHL 443H is equivalent to  PHL 443 starting  Winter 1995
PHL 444 is equivalent to  PHL 444H starting  Summer 2001
PHL 444H is equivalent to  PHL 444 starting  Fall 1996
PHL 448 is equivalent to  ES 448 starting  Spring 2005
PHL 499 is equivalent to  PHL 499H starting  Fall 2006
PHL 499H is equivalent to  PHL 499 starting  Fall 1998
PHL 517 is equivalent to  WGSS 517 starting  Summer 2014
PHL 548 is equivalent to  ES 548 starting  Spring 2005
PS 201 is equivalent to  PS 101 starting  Fall 1998
PS 201 is equivalent to  PS 102 starting  Fall 1998
PS 205 is equivalent to  PS 205H starting  Winter 2005
PS 205H is equivalent to  PS 205 starting  Spring 1998
PS 331 is equivalent to  PS 203 starting  Fall 2002
PS 351 is equivalent to  PS 456 starting  Fall 2002
PS 399 is equivalent to  PS 399H starting  Spring 2008
PS 399H is equivalent to  PS 399 starting  Summer 1992
PS 405 is equivalent to  PS 405H starting  Winter 2008
PS 405H is equivalent to  PS 405 starting  Summer 1992
PS 407 is equivalent to  PS 407H starting  Spring 2011
PS 407H is equivalent to  PS 407 starting  Summer 1992
PS 425 is equivalent to  PS 425H starting  Spring 2005
PS 425H is equivalent to  PS 425 starting  Fall 2005
PS 457 is equivalent to  PS 557 starting  Winter 2003
PS 557 is equivalent to  PS 447 starting  Winter 2003
PSM 525 is equivalent to  WR 525 starting  Fall 2012
PSY 360 is equivalent to  PSY 360H starting  Summer 2009
PSY 360H is equivalent to  PSY 360 starting  Summer 1992
PSY 381 is equivalent to  PSY 381H starting  Fall 2006
PSY 381H is equivalent to  PSY 381 starting  Fall 2006
PSY 399 is equivalent to  PSY 399H starting  Spring 2008
PSY 399H is equivalent to  PSY 399 starting  Spring 2008
PSY 466 is equivalent to  WGSS 466 starting  Summer 2014
PSY 499 is equivalent to  PSY 499H starting  Winter 2006
PSY 499H is equivalent to  PSY 499 starting  Spring 2005
PSY 566 is equivalent to  WGSS 566 starting  Summer 2014
QS 262 is equivalent to  WGSS 262H starting  Fall 2014
QS 262 is equivalent to  QS 262H starting  Fall 2014
QS 262 is equivalent to  WGSS 262 starting  Summer 2014
QS 262H is equivalent to  QS 262 starting  Summer 2014
QS 262H is equivalent to  WGSS 262H starting  Fall 2014
QS 262H is equivalent to  WGSS 262 starting  Summer 2014
QS 364 is equivalent to  WGSS 364 starting  Summer 2014
QS 431 is equivalent to  ES 431 starting  Summer 2014
QS 431 is equivalent to  WGSS 431 starting  Summer 2014
QS 462 is equivalent to  WGSS 462 starting  Winter 2014
QS 472 is equivalent to  WGSS 472 starting  Winter 2014
QS 472 is equivalent to  ES 472 starting  Winter 2014
QS 473 is equivalent to  WGSS 473 starting  Winter 2014
QS 524 is equivalent to  WGSS 524 starting  Winter 2014
QS 531 is equivalent to  ES 531 starting  Winter 2014
QS 531 is equivalent to  WGSS 531 starting  Winter 2014
QS 562 is equivalent to  WGSS 562 starting  Winter 2014
QS 572 is equivalent to  WGSS 572 starting  Winter 2014
QS 572 is equivalent to  ES 572 starting  Winter 2014
QS 573 is equivalent to  WGSS 573 starting  Winter 2014
RHP 114 is equivalent to  NE 114 starting  Fall 2001
RHP 115 is equivalent to  NE 115 starting  Fall 2001
RHP 234 is equivalent to  NE 234 starting  Fall 2001
RHP 235 is equivalent to  NE 235 starting  Fall 2001
RHP 236 is equivalent to  NE 236 starting  Fall 2001
RHP 333 is equivalent to  NE 333 starting  Spring 2010
RHP 407 is equivalent to  NE 407 starting  Winter 2002
RHP 415 is equivalent to  NE 415 starting  Fall 2001
RHP 435 is equivalent to  NE 435 starting  Spring 2010
RHP 475 is equivalent to  NE 475 starting  Spring 2009
RHP 481 is equivalent to  NE 481 starting  Fall 2001
RHP 507 is equivalent to  NE 507 starting  Winter 2002
RHP 515 is equivalent to  NE 515 starting  Fall 2001
RHP 516 is equivalent to  NE 516 starting  Spring 2003
RHP 516 is equivalent to  CH 516 starting  Spring 2003
RHP 517 is equivalent to  MP 517 starting  Winter 2010
RHP 531 is equivalent to  NE 531 starting  Fall 2005
RHP 531 is equivalent to  MP 531 starting  Winter 2013
RHP 535 is equivalent to  NE 535 starting  Winter 2010
RHP 535 is equivalent to  MP 535 starting  Winter 2010
RHP 536 is equivalent to  NE 536 starting  Fall 2005
RHP 536 is equivalent to  MP 536 starting  Spring 2010
RHP 537 is equivalent to  NE 537 starting  Fall 1994
RHP 539 is equivalent to  NE 539 starting  Fall 1994
RHP 575 is equivalent to  NE 575 starting  Fall 2005
RHP 582 is equivalent to  NE 582 starting  Fall 2001
RHP 582 is equivalent to  MP 582 starting  Spring 2010
RHP 583 is equivalent to  MP 583 starting  Spring 2010
RHP 607 is equivalent to  NE 607 starting  Fall 2003
RNG 299 is equivalent to  RNG 299H starting  Fall 2006
RNG 299H is equivalent to  RNG 299 starting  Fall 2006
RNG 346 is equivalent to  FOR 346 starting  Spring 2008
RNG 346 is equivalent to  FW 346 starting  Spring 2008
RNG 436 is equivalent to  FOR 436 starting  Winter 2005
RNG 436 is equivalent to  FW 436 starting  Winter 2005
RNG 446 is equivalent to  FW 446 starting  Fall 2003
RNG 446 is equivalent to  FOR 446 starting  Fall 2003
RNG 477 is equivalent to  FS 477 starting  Spring 2011
RNG 477 is equivalent to  NR 477 starting  Spring 2011
RNG 536 is equivalent to  FOR 536 starting  Winter 2005
RNG 536 is equivalent to  FW 536 starting  Winter 2005
RNG 546 is equivalent to  FOR 546 starting  Winter 2008
RNG 546 is equivalent to  FW 546 starting  Winter 2008
RNG 577 is equivalent to  FS 577 starting  Spring 2011
RNG 577 is equivalent to  NR 577 starting  Spring 2011
RS 421 is equivalent to  AREC 421 starting  Winter 2014
RS 521 is equivalent to  AREC 521 starting  Winter 2014
SED 321 is equivalent to  SED 321H starting  Spring 2006
SED 321H is equivalent to  SED 321 starting  Fall 2006
SED 412 is equivalent to  SED 412H starting  Spring 2006
SED 412H is equivalent to  SED 412 starting  Spring 1998
SOC 204 is equivalent to  SOC 204H starting  Winter 1999
SOC 204H is equivalent to  SOC 204 starting  Summer 1992
SOC 312 is equivalent to  SOC 312H starting  Winter 2008
SOC 312H is equivalent to  SOC 312 starting  Fall 1998
SOC 399 is equivalent to  SOC 399H starting  Spring 2007
SOC 399H is equivalent to  SOC 399 starting  Summer 1998
SOC 485 is equivalent to  FW 485 starting  Winter 1999
SOC 485 is equivalent to  FS 485 starting  Winter 2011
SOC 485 is equivalent to  ANS 485 starting  Fall 1996
SOC 485 is equivalent to  FES 485 starting  Winter 2014
SOC 499 is equivalent to  SOC 499H starting  Spring 2011
SOC 499H is equivalent to  SOC 499 starting  Summer 1998
SOC 585 is equivalent to  FW 585 starting  Winter 1999
SOC 585 is equivalent to  FS 585 starting  Winter 2011
SOC 585 is equivalent to  ANS 585 starting  Fall 1996
SOC 585 is equivalent to  FES 585 starting  Winter 2014
SOIL 101 is equivalent to  HORT 101 starting  Fall 2013
SOIL 101 is equivalent to  ENT 101 starting  Fall 2013
SOIL 101 is equivalent to  CROP 101 starting  Fall 2013
SOIL 205 is equivalent to  CSS 305 starting  Spring 2010
SOIL 205 is equivalent to  CSS 205 starting  Spring 2000
SOIL 316 is equivalent to  CSS 316 starting  Spring 2009
SOIL 325 is equivalent to  CROP 325 starting  Summer 2013
SOIL 335 is equivalent to  GEO 335H starting  Summer 2001
SOIL 335 is equivalent to  GEO 335 starting  Fall 2000
SOIL 395 is equivalent to  CSS 395 starting  Fall 1994
SOIL 401 is equivalent to  CSS 401 starting  Fall 1992
SOIL 403 is equivalent to  CSS 403 starting  Fall 1992
SOIL 408 is equivalent to  CSS 408 starting  Fall 1992
SOIL 410 is equivalent to  CSS 410 starting  Fall 1992
SOIL 435 is equivalent to  CSS 435 starting  Spring 2012
SOIL 445 is equivalent to  CSS 445 starting  Spring 2012
SOIL 455 is equivalent to  CSS 455 starting  Winter 1996
SOIL 466 is equivalent to  CSS 466 starting  Fall 1997
SOIL 468 is equivalent to  CSS 468 starting  Spring 1999
SOIL 508 is equivalent to  CSS 508 starting  Fall 1992
SOIL 513 is equivalent to  CSS 513 starting  Fall 2004
SOIL 515 is equivalent to  CSS 515 starting  Fall 1992
SOIL 523 is equivalent to  CSS 523 starting  Spring 2002
SOIL 525 is equivalent to  CSS 525 starting  Winter 2009
SOIL 535 is equivalent to  CSS 535 starting  Fall 2001
SOIL 536 is equivalent to  CSS 536 starting  Fall 2003
SOIL 545 is equivalent to  CSS 545 starting  Spring 2012
SOIL 547 is equivalent to  BOT 547 starting  Fall 2005
SOIL 547 is equivalent to  FS 547 starting  Fall 2005
SOIL 555 is equivalent to  CSS 555 starting  Winter 1996
SOIL 566 is equivalent to  CSS 566 starting  Fall 1997
SOIL 568 is equivalent to  CSS 568 starting  Spring 1999
SOIL 645 is equivalent to  CSS 645 starting  Summer 2009
SPAN 117 is equivalent to  SPAN 113 starting  Summer 1992
SPAN 117 is equivalent to  SPAN 112 starting  Summer 1992
SPAN 117 is equivalent to  SPAN 111 starting  Summer 1992
SPAN 311 is equivalent to  SPAN 314 starting  Fall 1998
SPAN 312 is equivalent to  SPAN 315 starting  Fall 1998
SPAN 314 is equivalent to  SPAN 311 starting  Fall 1998
SPAN 315 is equivalent to  SPAN 312 starting  Fall 1998
SPAN 316 is equivalent to  SPAN 313 starting  Fall 1998
SPAN 317 is equivalent to  SPAN 327 starting  Fall 2005
SPAN 327 is equivalent to  SPAN 317 starting  Fall 2011
SPAN 570 is equivalent to  SPAN 510 starting  Spring 2000
SPAN 570 is equivalent to  SPAN 563 starting  Summer 1992
SPAN 570 is equivalent to  SPAN 538 starting  Summer 1992
SPAN 570 is equivalent to  SPAN 545 starting  Summer 1992
SPAN 570 is equivalent to  SPAN 562 starting  Summer 1992
SPAN 570 is equivalent to  SPAN 546 starting  Winter 2003
ST 201 is equivalent to  ST 201H starting  Fall 1992
ST 351 is equivalent to  ST 351H starting  Spring 2005
ST 351H is equivalent to  ST 351 starting  Summer 1992
TA 147 is equivalent to  TA 147H starting  Winter 2011
TA 147H is equivalent to  TA 147 starting  Fall 1994
TA 250 is equivalent to  TA 250H starting  Spring 2005
TA 250H is equivalent to  TA 250 starting  Summer 1992
TA 360 is equivalent to  TA 360H starting  Summer 2014
TA 360H is equivalent to  TA 360 starting  Fall 1996
TA 407 is equivalent to  TA 407H starting  Spring 1996
TA 407H is equivalent to  TA 407 starting  Fall 1996
TCE 216 is equivalent to  TCE 216H starting  Fall 2007
TCE 216H is equivalent to  TCE 216 starting  Fall 2007
TCE 408 is equivalent to  TCE 408H starting  Fall 2010
TCE 408H is equivalent to  TCE 408 starting  Fall 2007
TOX 429 is equivalent to  TOX 429H starting  Spring 2003
TOX 429H is equivalent to  TOX 429 starting  Fall 2003
TOX 435 is equivalent to  BI 435H starting  Summer 2009
TOX 435 is equivalent to  TOX 435H starting  Spring 2009
TOX 435 is equivalent to  BI 435 starting  Summer 2009
TOX 435 is equivalent to  FS 435 starting  Spring 2009
TOX 435 is equivalent to  FS 435H starting  Spring 2009
TOX 435H is equivalent to  FS 435 starting  Spring 2009
TOX 435H is equivalent to  TOX 435 starting  Spring 2009
TOX 435H is equivalent to  FS 435H starting  Spring 2009
TOX 435H is equivalent to  BI 435H starting  Summer 2009
TOX 435H is equivalent to  BI 435 starting  Summer 2009
TOX 535 is equivalent to  MCB 535 starting  Winter 2011
TOX 535 is equivalent to  BI 535 starting  Summer 2009
TOX 535 is equivalent to  FS 535 starting  Spring 2009
TOX 535 is equivalent to  FES 535 starting  Winter 2014
TOX 554 is equivalent to  MCB 554 starting  Fall 2007
VMB 328 is equivalent to  FW 328 starting  Winter 2007
VMB 524 is equivalent to  CH 524 starting  Fall 2005
VMB 671 is equivalent to  MCB 671 starting  Fall 2012
WGSS 199 is equivalent to  WS 199 starting  Summer 1992
WGSS 223 is equivalent to  WS 223H starting  Spring 2003
WGSS 223 is equivalent to  WS 223 starting  Summer 1993
WGSS 223H is equivalent to  WS 223 starting  Summer 1993
WGSS 223H is equivalent to  WS 223H starting  Spring 2003
WGSS 224 is equivalent to  WS 224 starting  Winter 1992
WGSS 230 is equivalent to  WS 230 starting  Spring 2006
WGSS 235 is equivalent to  WS 235 starting  Spring 2008
WGSS 235H is equivalent to  WS 235 starting  Spring 2008
WGSS 235H is equivalent to  WS 235H starting  Fall 2010
WGSS 240 is equivalent to  WS 240 starting  Summer 2009
WGSS 262 is equivalent to  QS 262H starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 262 is equivalent to  WGSS 262H starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 262 is equivalent to  QS 262 starting  Summer 2014
WGSS 262H is equivalent to  WGSS 262 starting  Summer 2014
WGSS 262H is equivalent to  QS 262H starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 262H is equivalent to  QS 262 starting  Summer 2014
WGSS 270 is equivalent to  WS 270 starting  Fall 1997
WGSS 280 is equivalent to  WS 280 starting  Spring 2003
WGSS 280H is equivalent to  WS 280H starting  Spring 2007
WGSS 280H is equivalent to  WS 280 starting  Spring 2003
WGSS 299 is equivalent to  WS 299 starting  Summer 1992
WGSS 320 is equivalent to  WS 320 starting  Summer 2006
WGSS 325 is equivalent to  WS 325 starting  Winter 2010
WGSS 340 is equivalent to  WS 340 starting  Spring 1997
WGSS 350 is equivalent to  WS 350 starting  Winter 2013
WGSS 360 is equivalent to  WS 360 starting  Winter 2013
WGSS 360H is equivalent to  WGSS 360 starting  Summer 2014
WGSS 360H is equivalent to  WS 360 starting  Winter 2013
WGSS 364 is equivalent to  QS 364 starting  Summer 2014
WGSS 373 is equivalent to  ES 373 starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 373 is equivalent to  WLC 373 starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 373 is equivalent to  ANTH 373 starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 380 is equivalent to  WS 380 starting  Spring 2011
WGSS 380 is equivalent to  WGSS 380H starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 380H is equivalent to  WGSS 380 starting  Summer 2014
WGSS 399 is equivalent to  WS 399 starting  Spring 2000
WGSS 399H is equivalent to  WS 399H starting  Summer 2001
WGSS 399H is equivalent to  WS 399 starting  Spring 2000
WGSS 402 is equivalent to  WS 402 starting  Summer 1992
WGSS 407 is equivalent to  WS 407 starting  Summer 1992
WGSS 410 is equivalent to  WS 410 starting  Spring 1992
WGSS 414 is equivalent to  WS 414H starting  Fall 2007
WGSS 414 is equivalent to  WS 414 starting  Fall 1996
WGSS 414H is equivalent to  WS 414H starting  Fall 2007
WGSS 414H is equivalent to  WS 414 starting  Fall 1996
WGSS 416 is equivalent to  WS 416 starting  Fall 1993
WGSS 417 is equivalent to  WS 417 starting  Fall 1996
WGSS 417 is equivalent to  PHL 417 starting  Winter 1995
WGSS 420 is equivalent to  WS 420 starting  Spring 2002
WGSS 420 is equivalent to  WS 420H starting  Spring 2006
WGSS 420H is equivalent to  WS 420H starting  Spring 2006
WGSS 420H is equivalent to  WS 420 starting  Spring 2002
WGSS 430 is equivalent to  WS 430 starting  Fall 2010
WGSS 431 is equivalent to  QS 431 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 431 is equivalent to  ES 431 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 440 is equivalent to  WS 440 starting  Winter 2009
WGSS 450 is equivalent to  WS 450 starting  Spring 2006
WGSS 460 is equivalent to  WS 460 starting  Winter 2009
WGSS 462 is equivalent to  WS 462 starting  Winter 2012
WGSS 462 is equivalent to  QS 462 starting  Spring 2014
WGSS 465 is equivalent to  WSE 465 starting  Summer 2010
WGSS 466 is equivalent to  PSY 466 starting  Spring 2013
WGSS 472 is equivalent to  QS 472 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 472 is equivalent to  ES 472 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 473 is equivalent to  QS 473 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 480 is equivalent to  WS 480 starting  Spring 1992
WGSS 482 is equivalent to  WS 482 starting  Winter 2013
WGSS 485 is equivalent to  ANTH 485 starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 485 is equivalent to  WLC 485 starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 485 is equivalent to  ES 485 starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 486 is equivalent to  WS 486 starting  Fall 2012
WGSS 487 is equivalent to  WS 487 starting  Fall 2012
WGSS 488 is equivalent to  WS 488 starting  Winter 2012
WGSS 490 is equivalent to  WS 490 starting  Spring 1996
WGSS 495 is equivalent to  WS 495 starting  Fall 2013
WGSS 495 is equivalent to  WGSS 495H starting  Summer 2014
WGSS 495H is equivalent to  WS 495 starting  Fall 2013
WGSS 495H is equivalent to  WGSS 495 starting  Summer 2014
WGSS 496 is equivalent to  WS 496 starting  Spring 2013
WGSS 496 is equivalent to  WS 496H starting  Spring 2013
WGSS 496H is equivalent to  WS 496H starting  Spring 2013
WGSS 496H is equivalent to  WS 496 starting  Spring 2013
WGSS 498 is equivalent to  WS 498 starting  Fall 2011
WGSS 499 is equivalent to  WS 499 starting  Summer 1992
WGSS 501 is equivalent to  WS 501 starting  Spring 2000
WGSS 502 is equivalent to  WS 502 starting  Summer 1992
WGSS 503 is equivalent to  WS 503 starting  Spring 1994
WGSS 506 is equivalent to  WS 506 starting  Fall 1993
WGSS 510 is equivalent to  WS 510 starting  Spring 1992
WGSS 511 is equivalent to  GRAD 511 starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 512 is equivalent to  GRAD 511 starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 513 is equivalent to  GRAD 511 starting  Fall 2014
WGSS 514 is equivalent to  WS 514 starting  Fall 1993
WGSS 516 is equivalent to  WS 516 starting  Fall 1993
WGSS 517 is equivalent to  WS 517 starting  Fall 1996
WGSS 517 is equivalent to  PHL 517 starting  Winter 1995
WGSS 518 is equivalent to  WS 518 starting  Summer 2013
WGSS 520 is equivalent to  WS 520 starting  Spring 2002
WGSS 521 is equivalent to  WS 521 starting  Fall 2012
WGSS 522 is equivalent to  WS 522 starting  Fall 2012
WGSS 523 is equivalent to  WS 523 starting  Spring 2012
WGSS 524 is equivalent to  QS 524 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 525 is equivalent to  WS 525 starting  Spring 2007
WGSS 530 is equivalent to  WS 530 starting  Fall 2010
WGSS 531 is equivalent to  ES 531 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 531 is equivalent to  QS 531 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 535 is equivalent to  WS 535 starting  Fall 2007
WGSS 540 is equivalent to  WS 540 starting  Winter 2009
WGSS 550 is equivalent to  WS 550 starting  Fall 1996
WGSS 560 is equivalent to  WS 560 starting  Winter 1995
WGSS 562 is equivalent to  QS 562 starting  Spring 2014
WGSS 562 is equivalent to  WS 562 starting  Winter 2012
WGSS 565 is equivalent to  WS 565 starting  Summer 2010
WGSS 566 is equivalent to  PSY 566 starting  Spring 2013
WGSS 572 is equivalent to  ES 572 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 572 is equivalent to  QS 572 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 573 is equivalent to  QS 573 starting  Winter 2014
WGSS 582 is equivalent to  WS 582 starting  Winter 2013
WGSS 585 is equivalent to  WS 585 starting  Spring 2012
WGSS 586 is equivalent to  WS 586 starting  Fall 2012
WGSS 587 is equivalent to  WS 587 starting  Fall 2012
WGSS 588 is equivalent to  WS 588 starting  Winter 2012
WGSS 590 is equivalent to  WS 590 starting  Summer 1997
WGSS 595 is equivalent to  WS 595 starting  Fall 2013
WGSS 596 is equivalent to  WS 596 starting  Spring 2013
WGSS 599 is equivalent to  WS 599 starting  Summer 1992
WLC 373 is equivalent to  ANTH 373 starting  Fall 2014
WLC 373 is equivalent to  ES 373 starting  Fall 2014
WLC 373 is equivalent to  WGSS 373 starting  Fall 2014
WLC 485 is equivalent to  ANTH 485 starting  Fall 2014
WLC 485 is equivalent to  ES 485 starting  Fall 2014
WLC 485 is equivalent to  WGSS 485 starting  Fall 2014
WR 399 is equivalent to  WR 399H starting  Winter 2008
WR 399H is equivalent to  WR 399 starting  Winter 2008
WR 525 is equivalent to  PSM 525 starting  Fall 2012
WR 562 is equivalent to  STC 562 starting  Winter 1994
WSE 415 is equivalent to  DHE 415 starting  Fall 2014
WSE 458 is equivalent to  CE 484 starting  Winter 2013
WSE 470 is equivalent to  WSE 470H starting  Spring 2011
WSE 470H is equivalent to  WSE 470 starting  Spring 2004
WSE 515 is equivalent to  DHE 515 starting  Fall 2014
WSE 558 is equivalent to  CE 584 starting  Winter 2013
Z 349 is equivalent to  BI 349 starting  Winter 2006
Z 350 is equivalent to  BI 350 starting  Fall 1997
Z 407 is equivalent to  Z 407H starting  Spring 2011
Z 407H is equivalent to  Z 407 starting  Summer 1992
Z 440 is equivalent to  ENT 416 starting  Summer 1992
Z 464 is equivalent to  FW 464 starting  Winter 2005
Z 499 is equivalent to  Z 499H starting  Spring 2005
Z 499H is equivalent to  Z 499 starting  Winter 2005
Z 540 is equivalent to  ENT 516 starting  Summer 1992
Z 556 is equivalent to  BOT 556 starting  Winter 2007
Z 564 is equivalent to  FW 564 starting  Winter 2005

Curriculum

The Curriculum Proposal System (CPS)

The Curriculum Proposal System is provided by the Office of Academic Programs, Assessment and Accreditation for the submission and tracking of curriculum proposals.

Category I proposals are for major curricular changes that require state level approval.

Category II proposals are for other changes to courses, option and minor requirements, and more.

Academic Credit Definition

The Office of Academic Programs, Assessment and Accreditation provides information and guidance regarding the assignment of credits to a course. View Credits–Definition and Guidelines for more information.

OrACRAO Curriculum Tracking

Curriculum Changes at Oregon State University

The OSU university curriculum council approves curriculum changes throughout the year as proposals are submitted, not on a set schedule by term.

To generate your own reports of OSU curriculum changes, follow these directions:

  • Open the OSU Curriculum Proposal System (CPS). The CPS includes both category I and II proposals.
  • Click on Reports in the left column.
  • Click on the Curricular Changes Report link.
    • Select the Term you're interested in or leave ALL to get all terms.
    • Click Search and read the report or click Excel download to put the report on your machine.
    • Select the Academic Year of interest.

Category I proposals

Category I proposals are new academic degrees or academic units, or changes to academic degrees or academic units. For further details, see the Office of Academic Programs, Assessment and Accreditation.

Category I proposals started after January 2010 may be found in the curriculum proposal system (CPS) administered by Academic Planning and Assessment (no password or logon required).

Category I proposals prior to 1/2011 were reviewed and processed on paper, and recorded, tracked, and stored in an online database. No password or logon is needed to look at this database. The database is best viewed in Internet Explorer. You may experience problems using other web browsers.

Category II Curriculum Proposals

Category II proposals are for new courses, options and minors, changes to courses, options, minors, or terminations of courses, options, and minors. They are reviewed, processed, and stored in the curriculum proposal system (CPS) administered by Academic Planning and Assessment (no password or logon required).

To search through the proposals, click on the view all proposals link.

Prerequisite Policy

Prerequisites are established by Category II approval.

Information on prerequisite enforcement.

No prerequisites or corequisites may be deleted from or added to a course or section without an approved category II proposal. Prerequisites for a section must be in place before registration for a the term begins.

If registration is not in progress, existing prereqs or coreqs may be switched from unenforced to enforced, or enforced to unenforced, without category II proposals. Prereqs may not be switched or changed once registration has begun.

All sections of a course must use the same prerequisites or corequisites that have been approved for that course except as noted below.

Departments may not add prereqs or coreqs to the section Comments field of the online Schedule of Classes except as noted below:

Exceptions:

Blanket courses: X01 through X10 (Research & Scholarship, Independent Study, Thesis/Dissertation, Writing & Conference, Reading & Conference, Special Problems/Special Projects, Seminar, Workshop, Practicum/Clinical Experience, Internship/Work Experience)

Special Topics courses, X99: Note–there are still some courses titled “Special Topics” that do not follow the X99 numbering convention. These will be treated as X99s.

These two exceptions are handled at the section level (each CRN).

Prereqs enforced by Banner are coded at the section level in SSAPREQ.

Coreqs (Banner-enforced corequisites) are coded at the section level in SSADETL.

Prereqs and coreqs enforced after registration by the instructor or department cannot be coded at the section level in SSASECT but may be listed in the section's Comments field.

Graduate-level courses that have undergraduate prereqs that are not enforced by Banner. These prereqs may be deleted without a category II. Email your request to the catalog coordinator.

When exceptions may be added:

Departments may add enforced prereqs to blanket courses and special topics course sections without Category II proposals, as long as no enrollment has occurred.

If students have enrolled before the enforced prereqs were requested to be added to a CRN, Associate Registrar Tom Watts decides to add them or not. Such changes are rarely approved.

OSU Credit Hour Policy

Review & Update of OSU Credit Hour Policy

Curriculum Council, June 7, 2013

New federal regulations call attention to institutional policies and oversight procedures for conferral of academic credit. In response, new NWCCU credit hour policies were adopted and published by NWCCU in November 2012. These policies will be a focus of the Year Three (Resources & Capacity) Evaluation scheduled for Spring 2014.

http://nwccu.org/Standards%20and%20Policies/Policy%20on%20Credit%20Hour%20November%202012.pdf

OSU’s longstanding credit hour policy is referred to in several places in the OSU document structure.

  1. OSU General Catalog- Catalog Definitions http://catalog.oregonstate.edu/ChapterDetail.aspx?key=324
  2. OSU General Catalog-Academic Glossary http://catalog.oregonstate.edu/ChapterDetail.aspx?key=385
  3. APAA (Academic Programs, Assessment & Accreditation) Website-Curricular Policies & Procedures http://oregonstate.edu/admin/aa/apaa/academic-programs/curriculum/curricular-policies-and-procedures#79

On June 7, 2013, the Curriculum Council reviewed the policy and voted to incorporate a limited set of language updates. The Council clarified that the formal policy is that which appears in the OSU General Catalog under Catalog Definitions. Supporting explanations for faculty and implementation appear in the Curricular Policies & Procedures of the APAA website. The revised Catalog and APAA entries, as approved by the Council are as follows:

1. OSU General Catalog: Catalog Definitions http://catalog.oregonstate.edu/ChapterDetail.aspx?key=324

Credit: One credit represents approximately three hours per week of learning outcome related work for the average student over the course of a full academic quarter; thus one quarter credit represents approximately 30 hours of work. For example, each hour of class lecture is generally expected to require two hours for preparation or subsequent reading and study. One credit would be given for a lecture course that met for one 50-minute period each week over a 10-week quarter; i.e., 10 contact hours between faculty and students. Where the time is wholly occupied with studio, field, online, or laboratory work, or in the classroom work of conversation classes, three full hours per week through one quarter are expected of the student for each unit of credit; but, where such work is supplemented by systematic outside engagement under the direction of the instructor, a reduction may be made in the actual studio, field, laboratory, or classroom time according to standards developed by the academic unit. All credits given in the General Catalog refer to quarter credits. When transferring in course work from a semester system institution, multiply the number of credits by 1.5 to determine how many quarter credits will be transferred (3 semester hours x 1.5 = 4.5 quarter credits). If planning to transfer OSU credits out to a semester system institution, multiply the number of quarter credits by .67 to determine how many credits will transfer (4 quarter credits x .67 = 2.68 semester credits).

2. OSU General Catalog: Academic Glossary

http://catalog.oregonstate.edu/ChapterDetail.aspx?key=385

Credit: The academic value assigned to a course based on the type and level of the subject material, as well as the expected number of hours spent on class preparation. One credit represents approximately three hours per week of learning outcome related work for the average student over the course of a full academic quarter; thus one quarter credit represents approximately 30 hours of work.
 

3. APAA Website: Policies and Procedures

http://oregonstate.edu/admin/aa/apaa/academic-programs/curriculum/curricular-policies-and-procedures#79

Credits - Definition and Guidelines

The OSU Catalog Definitions (http://catalog.oregonstate.edu/ChapterDetail.aspx?key=324) state that “One credit represents approximately three hours per week of learning outcome related work for the average student over the course of a full academic quarter; thus one quarter credit represents approximately 30 hours of work.”

The following guidelines come from C.J. Quann’s “A Handbook of Policies and Procedures”:

“Academic credit is a measure of the total time commitment required of a typical student in a particular course of study. Total time consists of three components: 
(1) time spent in class; 
(2) time spent in laboratory, studio, fieldwork, or other scheduled activity; 
(3) time devoted to reading, studying, problem solving, writing, or preparation.

One quarter credit is assigned in the following ratio of component hours per week devoted to the course of study: (1) lecture courses—one contact hour for each credit (two hours of outside work implied); (2) laboratory or studio course--at least two contact hours for each credit (one hour of outside preparation implied); (3) independent or online study—at least three hours of work per week for each credit."

While there may be natural diversity among academic units in administering these standards, they should be carefully considered when assigning credits to new (or existing) courses. For example, one- or two-day workshops, field trips, etc., will not qualify for academic credit unless there are extensive pre- or post-workshop trips or assignments to provide the required 30 hours of work per credit. Also, the extensive outside work required of some laboratory or studio classes should be taken into account in assigning credits.

Credit levels are assigned as part of the approval process and are reviewed by the Curriculum Council at the time of approval. Academic units are responsible for ensuring that all courses within their course designators have appropriate credit levels.

Approval & Revisions: Curriculum Council 3/13/95, 6/7/2013 

 

Classrooms & Scheduling

The scheduling section provides access to information about deadlines, protocols, SSR1000 instructions, web forms for requesting to add a section, and more.

Also available, is information about classroom features and reservations. Use webviewer to see detailed information about classrooms and their availability.

The Schedule Desk needs to be notified of new course fees. Complete the course fees web form to inform them of course fee information.

Scheduling

Request to Add a Course Section (Corvallis) (Cascades)

Complete the appropriate web form and submit it to the schedule desk to request to add a course section for a term.

College & Department Contacts

Each department has at least one individual designated as their scheduling coordinator. This individual usually completes the SSR1000 and contacts the Schedule desk with scheduling requests. If you have a question for the scheduling coordinator for you department reference this list for their contact information.

Protocols

Learn about the policies governing the use of classrooms. The university has also instituted a zone scheduling policy to maximize the effectiveness of classroom use and student accessibility.

Reserved Seating for CRNs

Departments may elect to reserve seats in a course for students in a particular major and this section provides detailed information on how to make such a request.

Scheduling Deadlines

Please refer to the deadlines for submitting scheduling requests. It takes our office time to enter changes and timely receipt of requests ensures that we can meet the needs of all our customers in a timely manner.

Scheduling General Purpose Rooms

General purpose classrooms are campus classrooms that are available for use to any department. These rooms are managed by the Schedule desk of the Office of the Registrar. Departmental classrooms are managed directly by the department that has charge of the room.

SSR1000 Instructions

The SSR1000, also known as the call for courses, is a document provided by the Office of the Registrar to departments showing the course scheduling information as it existed in for the term in question during the previous year. Departments update the course information as necessary and return it to the Schedule desk for updating.

In consultation with the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, the following changes were implemented beginning with the Spring 2010 term:

Instructor of Record:

The “Instructor of Record” will be designated for all courses at Oregon State University by the primary instructor indicator flag assigned to that course. The “Instructor of Record” for a course will have the following requirements and responsibilities with respect to the recording of grades for that course:

  • The “Instructor of Record” will be responsible for the final determination, entry, and/or changing of all final grades associated with their course(s).
  • The “Instructor of Record” may not be a peer to other students taking that course (e.g., undergraduate to undergraduate, graduate to graduate, and/or professional to professional),except in cases where : 1) the instructor of record is teaching a lower level course that another peer happens to take (i.e., graduate TA acting as an instructor of record for an undergraduate course that happens to have a graduate student taking that course), or 2) an instructor of record is also simultaneously acting as a student pursuing either an undergraduate degree or graduate degree in another area that may be taught by another graduate TA.
  • The “Instructor of Record” may not be an undergraduate student with responsibility for either credit bearing or non-credit bearing portions of a course (lectures, recitations, 0 credit laboratories, discussions, etc.).
  • The “Instructor of Record” may not be an administrative staff member if they have no role in actually teaching the course (beginning in the Fall 2010). Emergency situations for an administrative staff to post grades for an individual course can be approved by a unit head each term. Those requests must be made to and approved by the Registrar.
  • The “Instructor of Record” may not knowingly provide to others their user account identification/passwords as per the Acceptable Use of University Computing Resources Policy.

 

Graduate Teaching Assistants:

  • Must complete the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Online Tutorial, Online Privacy & Confidentiality Statement, and agree to the Online Acceptable Use of Computing components that are integrated with the Online FERPA tutorial in Blackboard.
  • Upon a graduate student’s completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the graduate teaching assistant can be an “Instructor of Record” for an undergraduate course.
  • Or, upon completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the “Instructor of Record” can establish that graduate student as a teaching assistant using a course management system (i.e., Blackboard). Appropriate roles allowed to such graduate teaching assistants are as a “tutor”, “course builder”, “grader”, and/or full graduate teaching assistant with all roles including “tutor”, “course builder”, and “grader” with grading privileges for assignments and exams for undergraduate students.
  • Must complete the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Online Tutorial, Online Privacy & Confidentiality Statement, and the agree to the Online Acceptable Use of Computing components that are integrated with the Online FERPA tutorial in Blackboard.
  • Upon an undergraduate student’s completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the undergraduate student can be designated as an undergraduate teaching assistant recognized as a school official.
  • Upon an undergraduate student’s completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the “Instructor of Record” can establish that undergraduate student as a teaching assistant using a course management system (i.e., Blackboard). Appropriate roles allowed to such undergraduate teaching assistants are as a “tutor”, “course builder”, and/or full undergraduate teaching assistant with all roles including “tutor”, “course builder”, and “grader” with grading privileges for assignments and exams.
  • Undergraduate Teaching Assistants may not be an “Instructor of Record” or designated as a faculty member assigned to a course, and may not as a teaching assistant determine, enter, and/or change the final grade for other students.

 

Undergraduate Teaching Assistants:

  • Must complete the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Online Tutorial, Online Privacy & Confidentiality Statement, and the agree to the Online Acceptable Use of Computing components that are integrated with the Online FERPA tutorial in Blackboard.
  • Upon an undergraduate student’s completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the undergraduate student can be designated as an undergraduate teaching assistant recognized as a school official.
  • Upon an undergraduate student’s completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the “Instructor of Record” can establish that undergraduate student as a teaching assistant using a course management system (i.e., Blackboard). Appropriate roles allowed to such undergraduate teaching assistants are as a “tutor”, “course builder”, and/or full undergraduate teaching assistant with all roles including “tutor”, “course builder”, and “grader” with grading privileges for assignments and exams.
  • Undergraduate Teaching Assistants may not be an “Instructor of Record” or designated as a faculty member assigned to a course, and may not as a teaching assistant determine, enter, and/or change the final grade for other students.

 

Adding Course Sections - Corvallis

Adding Course Sections on Corvallis Campus

(Departmental Use Only)

To create a new section, please provide the following information:
Orange asterisks (*) indicate required information.

Submitted by:

First Name: *
Last
Name:*
Email:*
Phone:*

Banner term:*

Subject/course number: *

Title:* (Max of 30 characters & spaces)

Section number: *
*Is this section taught at the same time with another one?*
If Yes, what is the course subject, number, and section?*
Provide the CRN(s) or "To be created" if it will be a new section:*
What should the internal max be?

Campus: or

Status:

Schedule type (select only one) *

 

Grading mode:
[For thesis courses 503 and 603, select A/F above; Banner converts this to R.]

Departmental approval (DP):

Part-of-term:

Give dates if different than standard part-of-term dates:

Start:     End:

(Max) Number of students:*

Wait list maximum, if any:

Course credits:*

Link ID:* or Check if not applicable*

  • If CRN is a lecture with labs, enter 3A & 9A.
  • If CRN is a lecture with recitations, enter 2A & 8A.
  • If CRN is a lecture with labs & recitations, enter 4A, 9A & 8A

You need to send separate requests for each CRN desired: lec, lab, rec, etc.

Days of the week (M, T, W, R, F, S, U):*
or Check if not applicable*

Start time - Length each day

*For an accompanying lab or recitation CRN, you must submit a second section form.

Room attributes needed (if GP room is required) - Mulitple selections allowed:

If using a departmental room, specify building & room and from whom permission was obtained.

Instructor(s) and OSU IDs:(No dashes in IDs. Enter instructors only for thesis 503 or 603 sections)

Fee code(s):

Fee(s):




List restrictions, if any: (Must be numerical)

College Restriction :   None   /   Limit to College   /   Don't Allow College

College Number(s)


Fields of Study Restriction :   None   /   Limit to Field   /   Don't Allow Field

None / All Types / Majors Only / Minors Only / Concentrations Only


Class Restriction :   None   /   Limit to Class   /   Don't Allow Class

Class Number(s)


Level Restriction :   None   /   Limit to Level   /   Don't Allow Level

Level Number(s)


(This restriction must be alpha. HBA, HBS, HBFA is for Honors College Use Only) :

Degree Restriction :   None   /   Limit to Degree   /   Don't Allow Degree

Degree Code(s)


Comments and other information?

 

Adding Course Sections - Cascades

Adding Course Sections-OSU Cascades Campus

(Departmental Use Only)

To create a new section, please provide the following information:

Orange asterisks (*) indicate required information.

Requested by:

First Name:*
Last Name:*
Email:*
Phone:*

Banner term:*

Subject/course number:*

Title:* (Max of 30 characters & spaces)

CIP Code:*(6 digits)

Prerequisites:* or Check if none*

Corequisites:* or Check if none*

Section number:*
*Is this section taught at the same time with another one? If yes and if known, what is its CRN?

Status:

Schedule type (select only one) *

Grading mode:

Departmental approval (DP):

Part-of-term (summer session dates):

(Max) Number of students:*

Course credits:*

Link ID:* or Check if not applicable*

  • If CRN is a lecture with labs, enter 3A & 9A.
  • If CRN is a lecture with recitations, enter 2A & 8A.
  • If CRN is a lecture with labs & recitations, enter 4A, 9A & 8A

You need to send separate requests for each CRN desired: lec, lab, rec, etc.

Days of the week (M, T, W, R, F, S, U):*
or Check if not applicable*

Start time and End time (use 24-hr clock):*
or Check if not applicable*

*For an accompanying lab or recitation CRN, you must submit a second section form.

Room attributes needed (if GP room is required) - Mulitple selections allowed:

Specify building & room preferred, if any:

Instructor(s) and OSU IDs:*(No dashes in IDs)

Fee code(s):

Fee(s):




List restrictions, if any: (Must be numerical)

+     -     College(s)

+     -     Major(s)/Minor(s)/Option(s)

+     -     Class(es)

+     -     Level(s)

(This restriction must be alpha. HBA, HBS, HBFA is for Honors College Use Only)

+     -     Degree(s)

Comments and other information?

Do you want a copy of this form forwarded to you?

College & Department Contacts

To reserve classroom space or schedule a CRN, contact your authorized representative below. They will contact Scheduling in the Registrar's Office:

Colleges and Departmental/School Representatives

College and Subject Abbreviation

College and Department/School and Contact Person

Phone Number

01

Agricultural Sciences (Dan Arp)
Head Advisor (HA)=Brett Jeter

7-2331

AEC

Applied Economics

Tjodie Richardson

7-1399

AED

Ag Education

Amy White

7-2661

AG

General Agriculture

Greg Thompson

7-1337

ANS

Animal and Rangeland Sciences

Dodi Reesman

7-4761

AREC

Applied Economics

Tjodie Richardson

7-1399

BOT

Botany and Plant Pathology

Dianne Simpson

7-4147

CROP

Horticulture

Megan Riley

7-5477

CSS

Crop and Soil Science (EOU campus only.)

Megan Riley

7-5477

ENT

Entomology Program

Megan Riley

7-5477

FST

Food Science and Technology

Linda Dunn

7-6486

FW

Fisheries and Wildlife

Leighann Auer

7-1978

HORT

Horticulture

Megan Riley

7-5477

PBG

Horticulture

Megan Riley

7-5477

RNG

Animal and Rangeland Sciences

Connie Davis

7-1619

SOIL

Horticulture

Megan Riley

7-5477

TOX

Environmental and Molecular Toxicology

Mary Mucia

7-9079

02

Business (Ilene Kleinsorge)
HA=Carol Leder

7-3716

ACTG, BA

Business

Robin Silveira

7-3796

DHE

School of Design and Human Environment

German Rodriquez

7-3796

03

Education (Larry Flick)
HA=Allyson Dean

7-3733

AHE

Adult Education and Higher Education Leadership

Karla Rockhold

7-2226

SED

Science and Math Education

Karla Rockhold

7-2226

TCE

Teacher and Counselor Education

Karla Rockhold

7-2226

05

Forestry (Thomas Maness)
HA=Clay Torset

7-2004
7-1592

FES, FS

Forest Ecosystems and Society

Elena Montalto

7-6556

FE, FOR

Forest Engineering, Resources and Management

Marv Pyles

7-1486

SNR, SUS Forest Ecosystems and Society Kate Lajtha 75674

WSE

Wood Science and Engineering

Sara Wong

7-4259

07

Pharmacy (Mark Zabriskie)
HA=Angela R. Austin-Haney

7-5784

PHAR

Pharmacy

Nancy Baker

7-6745

08

Science (Sastry Pantula)
HA=Claire Colvin

7-8181

BB

Biochemistry and Biophysics

Mary Fulton

7-1864

BI

Biology Program

Trudy Powell

7-2993

CH

Chemistry

Luanne Johnson

7-2081

GS

General Science

Claire Colvin

7-4811

MB

Microbiology

Mary Fulton

7-1833

MTH

Mathematics

Lisa Rogers

7-5133

PH

Physics

Henri Jansen

7-1668

Erin Mustard

7-4355

ST

Statistics

Maggie Neel

7-1981

Z

Zoology

Traci Durrell-Khalife

7-5335

9

Graduate School (Brenda McComb)

7-1460

IST

Interdisciplinary Studies

David Bernell

7-6281

MCB

Molecular and Cellular Biology

Gail Millimaki

7-3799

WRE, WRP, WRS

Water Programs

Jennifer Cohen

7-2041

10

Liberal Arts (Larry Rodgers, Dean)
Head Advisor=Louie Bottaro

7-0561

ANTH

Anthropology, School of Language, Culture, and Society

Karen Mills

7-3847

ART

Art, School of Arts and Communication

Yuji Hiratsuka

7-5006

Dwanee Howard

7-5003

COMM

Communication, School of Arts and Communication

Kim Rossi

7-6115

ECON

School of Public Policy

Laura Relyea

7-2369

Denise Lach

7-5471

Mecila Cross

7-5371

ENG

English, School of Writing, Literature and Film

Anita Helle

7-1635

ES

Ethnic Studies, School of Language, Culture, and Society

Loretta Wardrip

7-4515

FILM Film, School of Writing, Literature and Film    

FLL

Foreign Languages and Literatures
ARAB, CHN, FLL, FR, GER, IT, JPN, LING, RUS, SPAN, School of Language, Culture, and Society

Loretta Wardrip

7-4515

HST

History, School of History, Philosophy, and Religion

David Bishop

7-8918

HSTS

History of Science, School of History, Philosophy, and Religion

David Bishop

7-8918

LS

Liberal Studies

Louie Bottaro

7-8571

Julie Barnhart

7-0561

MUED

Music Education, School of Arts and Communication

Laura Tilley

7-5590

MUP

Music Studio Instruction, School of Arts and Communication

Laura Tilley 

7-5590

MUS

Music, School of Arts and Communication

Laura Tilley

7-5590

NMC

New Media Communications, School of Arts and Communication

William Loges

7-9855

Loril Chandler

7-1492

PAX

Peace Studies

David Bishop

7-8918

PHL

Philosophy, School of History, Philosophy, and Religion

David Bishop

7-8918

PS

Political Science, School of Public Policy

Betu Case

7-5589

Denise Lach

7-5471

Mecila Cross

7-5371

PSY

Psychology, School of Psychological

Shirley Mann

7-1360

SOC

Sociology, School of Public Policy

Mecila Cross

7-5371

Denise Lach

7-5371

TA

Theatre Arts, School of Arts and Communication

Arin Dooley

7-2853

WGSS/QS

Women Studies, School of Language, Culture, and Society

Loretta Wardrip

7-4515

WR

Writing, School of Writing, Literature and Film

Anita Helle

7-1635

11

Defense Education

AS

Aerospace Studies, Lt. Col. Robb E. Owens

Lauri Potter

7-3291

MS

Military Studies, Lt. Col. Paul Ashcroft

Cindy Rossi

7-3511

7-6901

NS

Naval Studies, Capt. Edward Campbell

Sue Plagmann

7-6289

14

University Exploratory Studies Program (UESP)
HA=Kerry Kincanon

7-8144

UESP

University Exploratory Studies

Kerry Kincanon

7-8144

15

Veterinary Medicine (Dr. Cyril Clarke, Dean)
HA=Linda Blythe, Associate Dean

7-6779

VMB, VMC

Veterinary Medicine

Patrick Kamins

7-6779

16

Engineering (Scott Ashford, Interim)
HA=Brett McFarlane

7-5236

BEE

Biological and Ecological Engineering

Jennifer Cohen

7-2041

BIOE

Bioengineering; School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering

Charlotte Williams

7-2491

CBEE Chemistry, Biological, Environmental Engineering; School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering    
CCE Civil and Construction Engineering; School of Civil and Construction Engineering    

CE

Civil Engineering, School of Civil and Construction Engineering

Julie Barlow

7-9906

CEM

Construction Engineering Management; School of Civil and Construction Engineering

Julie Barlow

7-9906

CHE

Chemical Engineering; School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering

Charlotte Williams

7-2491

CS

Computer Science; School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


7-5556

ECE

Electrical and Computer Engineering; School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


7-5556

EECS Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science    

ENGR

Engineering


7-4645

ENVE

Environmental Engineering; School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering

Charlotte Williams

7-2491

IE

Industrial Engineering; School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering

Phyllis Helvie

7-5237

MATS Materials Science; School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering    

ME

Mechanical Engineering; School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering

Jean Robinson

7-9191

MP Medical Physics; Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics    

NE

Nuclear Engineering; Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics


7-7062

RHP

Radiation Health Physics; Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics


7-7062

17

Interdisciplinary Programs

BRR

Bioresource Research

Wanda Crannell

7-2999

ENSC

Environmental Sciences

Stacey Kroese

7-2404

NR

Natural Resources

Connie Patterson

7-9135

PP

Plant Physiology

Hort. Dept.

7-5448

18

University Honors College
(Toni Doolen)

7-6414

HC

Honors College

Kassena Hillman

7-6414

   

19

Academic Learning Services
Academic Affairs Coordinator=Janine Kobel

7-7969

ALS

Academic Learning Services

Janine Kobel

7-7969

20

Overseas Studies (Director Michelle Justice, Education Abroad) Danny Damron

INTL

International Degree

Renee Stowall

7-3730

23

Public Health and Human Sciences (Tammy Bray)
HA=Carey Hilbert

7-8900

EXSS

Exercise and Sport Science, School of Biological and Population Health Sciences

Mendy Gayler

7-2643

H

Public Health, Both Schools

Nancy Creel

7-2686

HDFS

Human Development and Family Sciences, School of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences

Nancy Creel

7-2686

Kaycee Headley (Ecampus only)

7-4765

HHS

Lifetime Fitness, School of Biological and Population Health Sciences

Mendy Gayler

7-4765

NUTR

Nutrition and Food Management, School of Biological and Population Health Sciences

Mendy Gayler

7-2643

PAC

Physical Activities, School of Biological and Population Health Sciences

Drew Ibarra

7-3222

YDE

4H Youth Development Education, School of Biological and Population Health Sciences

Roger Rennekamp

7-2421

24

Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
HA=Cori Hall

 

7-5195

ATS

Atmospheric Science

Melinda Jensen

7-1238

GEO

Geosciences

Melinda Jensen

7-1238

GPH

Geophysics

Melinda Jensen

7-1238

MRM

Marine Resource Management

Melinda Jensen

7-1238

OC

Oceanography

Melinda Jensen

7-1238

Other Campus Contacts

Academic Programs/
Curriculum Approvals

Gary Beach, Curriculum Coordinator
Sarah Williams, Curriculum Coordinator

7-2815
7-9560

Blackboard

Stacy Brock

7-3482

Cascades Campus
541-322-3161

Marty Beidler

2-3161

Catalog, Online

Larry Bulling, Updates

7-9889

Mark Clements and Kai Lu, BSG Programmers

7-9530

Conference Services

Kavinda Arthenayake

7-9300

Deb Weitzman

7-7725

E-Campus

Vickie Bailey

7-1280

EOP

Marilyn Stewart

7-3930

INTO-OSU

Lois Knutson (Subject codes = IEPA and IEPG)

7-2464

Enterprise Computing

George Syriotis

7-4497

Facilities Services

Fritz Wilhelm, Space Analyst

7-7649

Fees, Budget/Fiscal Planning

Charlotte Rooks

7-5422

Greek Life

Bob Kerr

7-3660

LBCC Degree Partnership Program

Jennifer Ketterman

541-917-4208

Media Services, 109 Kidder Hall

Computer Room Attributes, Russ Born

7-3123

Enhanced Room Attributes, Don DeMello

7-4122

Milam Auditorium, MLM 026, Don DeMello

7-4122

Scheduling, Diane Cooper

7-2120

TV Broadcast, Eric Gleske

7-1597

MU Program Council

Ali Casqueiro

7-6872

Public Safety

State Police

7-3010

Saturday Academy

Cori Hall

7-1822

Disability Access Services

Tracy Bentley-Townlin, Director

7-3669

Summer Session

Claire Cross

7-3107

Revised 10/8/2013

Protocols

Classroom Policies

View this section for detailed information about classroom policies including room assignment, access for students with disabilities, maintenance, and appropriate use of facilities.

Credit & Contact Hours

The Office of Academic Planning & Assessment provides a definition of the correlation between credits and contact hours.

Zone Requirements

This class and classroom scheduling protocol helps students get the courses they need to graduate by reducing scheduling conflicts. For faculty, it optimizes access to instructional technology and facilities. The protocol applies to all classes scheduled in general purpose and departmental classroom space.

Classroom Policies

Room Assignment Policies

  • Classrooms will be assigned based on class size (with priority given to larger classes), room features, and proximity to department offices.
  • Classes offered for credit take precedence over all non-class-related or non-credit events.

Departmentally Controlled Classrooms

Departments that control classrooms or seminar rooms are expected to adhere to the time zones and to fully use those rooms before requesting a General Purpose Classroom.

Accommodations for Disabled Students

When an assigned classroom is determined to be inadequate for a disabled student or instructor, Disability Access Services will ask Scheduling to reassign the class to a suitable classroom.

Changes in Classroom Assignments

  • Any requests to change a classroom assignment must be made through the department’s scheduling coordinator. The coordinator will submit the request to Scheduling via the web form or email. Instructors may not move their class from an assigned room without prior approval from Scheduling.
  • In case of an emergency evacuation of a classroom or building, the department should ask Scheduling to relocate classes.

Room Size and Configuration

  • Seating capacity is specified in accordance with state and city safety regulations. If it appears that student demand will surpass the scheduled room, departments should contact Scheduling for alternate space. Overcrowding violates safety codes. It is unacceptable for students not to have appropriate seating.
  • Furniture and equipment such as overheads, chairs, and tables must not be removed from any classroom. If a room does not contain adequate facilities to meet the scheduled maximum enrollment or equipment needs, the instructor should contact the department scheduling coordinator for assistance. The coordinator will work with Scheduling to resolve the problem.
  • Departments should assess anticipated enrollment, and base any adjustments on actual course enrollment during the previous corresponding term; enrollment increases should not exceed 15 percent of the previous corresponding term. Departments projecting an increase greater than 15 percent must provide written justification to the Associate Registrar.

Appropriate Use of Facilities

  • Food service is not permitted in academic classrooms.
  • Some events may be denied use of classroom space if the event is inappropriate for the purpose of the classroom.
  • The possession, consumption, or furnishing of alcoholic beverages or controlled substances is prohibited in all classrooms.

Classroom Maintenance

  • Media Services, 541-737-2121, maintains and repairs all audio/video technology in a classroom. For immediate assistance, pickup up the help phone in the classroom for direct connection to the Media Services classroom help desk.
  • Facilities Services Work Coordination Center, 541-737-2969, handles classroom cleanliness, damage, lighting, seating, requests for lecterns, podiums or additional tables or chalk.

Zone Requirements

OSU Zones for Classes Needing Rooms

Percentages indicate maximum number of classes a department may schedule in each zone.

Scheduling Zone
%
Time
Zone 1
20% 0800–0950
Zone 2
20% 1000–1150
Zone 3
20% 1200–1350
Zone 4
20% 1400–1550
Zone 5
20% 1600+

This class and classroom scheduling protocol helps students get the courses they need to graduate by reducing scheduling conflicts. For faculty, it optimizes access to instructional technology and facilities. The protocol applies to all classes scheduled in general purpose and departmental classroom space.

Departments should not expect that faculty members will be assigned the same space on a continuing basis.

The Registrar’s Office coordinates all class scheduling and room assignments with departmental coordinators who, in turn, coordinate with their instructional faculty members. Academic departments should do the following:

  1. Determine class offerings and submit schedule information no later than the specified deadlines.
  2. Notify Scheduling of section changes or cancellations immediately.
  3. Enter and maintain in Banner instructor information and maximum enrollment of all sections offered by the department.

Class Meeting Times and Zone Protocol

  1. Classes that meet two days per week for 1 hour and 20 minutes must begin on the first hour of the zone.
  2. Classes may not begin on the half hour; the exceptions are TR, Zone 1; and Zone 5.
  3. Classes that meet for longer than two hours (110 minutes) per session must be scheduled in Zone 5.
  4. Class meeting times may not cross time zones. Departments may cross time zones when scheduling 500- or 600-level graduate classes that meet for longer than two hours per session if they use their own department-controlled classroom.
  5. Each department must distribute its classes across all five days of the week (approximately 20 percent per day) and across the full class day (according to the percentages defined for each zone). Each class day has five zones. All classes must comply with the zones whether they are assigned to general purpose classrooms or departmental classrooms. Labs that will use GP classrooms must follow rules for lectures.
  6. Non-credit sections (those sections that have zero credit) are scheduled after all credit-bearing sections are assigned rooms.
  7. Use of classroom facilities for non-academic events must be approved and assigned by Scheduling.

Scheduling for MW, WF or WF, 3-Credit Sections

We will not reserve rooms for 3-credit courses on MW, WF or MF.

Three-credit sections can be scheduled in any zone if they are taught on MWF.

Scheduling for Lectures Meeting One Day a Week

Because of the demand for classrooms in the middle of the instructional day, it will not be possible to schedule sections that meet one day a week except in Zone 5 or on Friday.

If a department can schedule additional sections with "complementary" day and time schedules in the same time slot on different days, then we may be able to accommodate requests for one-day-a-week meetings. If, for example, one 3-credit course is scheduled into a room on M at 10–11, then a different section can schedule its meeting from 10–11 on W or WF in the same room.

Scheduling Classes on Fridays

Fridays are often used for department meetings, for instructor office hours, for research responsibilities, and for other tasks related to instructional work. Friday, though, is an instructional day and the zone percentages specifically take Friday into account, asking for 20% of sections for each day. In recent terms, our emphasis in using zones has been on stretching out the instructional day from 8 am to early evening, and that has been done primarily in the Monday through Thursday span.

Again, because of classroom availability limitations, please make use of Friday as an instructional day. The increased use of Friday for class sections makes more effective and efficient use of classrooms.

Scheduling in Departmental Classrooms

The zone percentages were established for two reasons—to assure student access to classes, and to ease the difficulty in assigning rooms. Though the zone percentages are applied regardless of whether the sections are scheduled in general purpose or departmental classrooms, if you can schedule sections in departmental rooms, that will alleviate some of the pressures on assigning GP classrooms.

Using departmental rooms is not an option for all departments, and departments may not be able to assign all sections to departmental rooms; however, if you are able to assign sections to departmental rooms, please do so.

Zone Scheduling - More Information

For assistance in avoiding course conflicts we have provided the following Course Conflict Identifier spreadsheet. Also, for more information view this informational power point below.

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Reserved Seating for CRNs

Seats in a class can be reserved for students in particular majors. The remaining seats may be reserved for students regardless of major.


Reserved seats must be entered in Banner before enrollment opens. Reserved Seating cannot be deleted once enrollment in the section has occurred.


Reserved Seating Example:

5 seats reserved for physics majors
10 seats open to non-physics majors
Maximum capacity of this class = 15

When the 5 reserved seats are full, any other physics major attempting to register for this class will receive a "Closed Reserve" error message. To get a 6th physics major into the class, the department can give that student a CAP (Capacity) override. Giving a physics major an override into the class does not lower the number of not-reserved seats, but instead will increase the total number of students in the class to 16.

When the 10 open seats are full, any other non-physics major attempting to register for this class will receive a "Closed Reserve" error message. The department may choose to give that student a CAP (Capacity) override, in which case the total number of seats in the class will increase by one.

How to indicate Reserved Seats on the SSR1000 report

In the SEAT column, write the major code/number of seats to be reserved for that major.

Example:

Writing "307/10," will reserve 10 seats for Computer Science (307) majors.

Optional: Wait Listing

If you want wait listing, a value should be determined for each reserved major.

Example:

Physics—Wait list 3
Computer Science—Wait list 2
Mechanical Engineering—Wait list 0
Total Wait List = 5

How to override Reserved Seats

To allow a student to register beyond the specified number of seats, use SFASRPO. The override code is CAP.

Reserved seats will be indicated in the Schedule of Classes.

Scheduling Deadlines

 

Spring Term 2014 SOC (201403)

Send SSR1000

October 16

SSR 1000 due back to Scheduling

November 20

Banner Locked

January 27

Registration begins

Sunday, February 23

Classes begin

Monday, March 31

Fall Term 2014 SOC (201501)

Adds/Deletes Due

February 3

Send SSR1000

February 10

SSR1000 Due to Scheduling

March 7

Banner Locked

Mid-April

Registration begins

Sunday, May 18

Classes begin

Monday, September 29

Winter Term 2015 SOC (201502)

Adds/Deletes Due

April 11

Send SSR1000

April 18

SSR 1000 due back to Scheduling

Friday, May 9

Banner Locked

Late June

Registration begins

Sunday, November 16

Classes begin

January 5, 2015

Scheduling General Purpose Rooms

Schedule25

The university assigns classes to general purpose classrooms using Schedule25 (S25), a room scheduling software.

  • Departmentally controlled classrooms are assigned as requested by departments.
  • General purpose classrooms are assigned based on class size (with priority given to larger classes), room features and attributes, and proximity to department offices.

S25 helps achieve optimal classroom utilization. Manual schedule adjustments will always be necessary, but the bulk of room scheduling will be automated thus enabling staff to shift their attention to more complex scheduling processes.

SSR1000 Instructions

Departmental Building Preference & Attribute Requirements

The Building Preferences are buildings you would prefer to be in when assigned a General Purpose room.

Instructions for Updating SSR1000

Learn how to process your department's SSR1000.

SSR1000 Definitions

This section provides a detailed chart that defines the fields of the SSR1000 for schedulers.

Valid GP Room Attributes

Communicate your classroom needs to the scheduling department through by requesting the appropriate attributes to meet the teaching needs of your instructors.

Departmental Building Preferences & Attribute Requirements

The Building Preferences are buildings you would prefer to be in when assigned a General Purpose room. The Required Attributes are the attributes you require - not desire these rooms to have.

Visit the Building Preferences & Attribute Requirements page for this information.

Instructions for Updating SSR1000

Please make all changes in RED INK. SIGN and return. In all places where website is mentioned, it is the website of the Office of the Registrar.

Click here for SSR1000 Definitions

To Change a Section

To change data, line through incorrect data lightly, and enter correct data.

To Delete a Section

Place "D" at the far left and then lightly line through entire first line of the course.

To Add a Section

Place "A" at far left, and enter all necessary information, either at the bottom of the page, or on an added piece of paper. Please complete all items when adding course, including grading mode.

To Activate/ Inactivate

If an "I" appears after the STATUS: at the far right, the course is Inactive. To make it Open, cross out the "I" and place an "O" for "Open". Enter the maximum enrollment in the MAX: space.

To inactivate a course cross out the "O" and enter "I" at the far left-hand side of the beginning of the first line of the course. An inactive course is a course that is not presently being offered but may become available during the registration period. This will temporarily inactivate registration.

Note: Please do NOT make a section Inactive if you know it will not be offered that term—mark it Deleted (see above).

To Crosslist

A course can be crosslisted with one from another department if approved by Academic Programs. You can check SCADETL to see if your course is a crosslisted course. Write the additional CRNs in the space provided. List total students accepted after INT MAX (Internal Maximum).

To Combine

Courses taught together, such as ME 421/521, can be "tied" together, either with the same enrollments, such as 48/48 and total max 48; or they can be 48/48 with a total max enrollment of 96. Different sections of the same course may also share a room and should be combined to ensure the headcount does not exceed room capacity. Write the additional CRNs in the space provided and list total students accepted after INT MAX:. "Combine" is functionally the same as "Crosslist" and will often be referred to as such by Scheduling.

Rooms

If a GP room will be needed, check with instructors for specific attributes desired: enhanced room, document camera, etc. Record those needs in the space provided. (Review the Room Attribute List for room information.) DO NOT include attributes that are not on the valid list. There are attributes listed by Facilities Services on Banner's SLARDEF that we do not include in the scheduling software.

If a departmental room will be used indicate the room. If unsure of the exact room at the present time, indicate "GRP TBAD".

If no room is needed, such as location based teaching, indicate "GRP OC".

Please note: classes are scheduled at the times and in the locations shown on the printout. If the class size/room size is not a good fit, Scheduling personnel will make necessary adjustments.

Change Meeting Dates

If a course meets for less than the full term, cross out the full term dates (which defaulted from the roll process) and indicate the correct dates or date range.

Restrictions

You can restrict by Department, Field of Study, Class, Level, Degree, Campus, College, and Student Attributes.  To indicate INCLUDE put a +.  To indicate EXCLUDE put a –.  Course prereqs cannot be added, deleted or changed without a category II curriculum proposal; they can be switched between "Enforced" and "Unenforced" with an email request to the Catalog Coordinator. See official prerequisite policy.

To Reserve

On the left side, write the major code/number of seats to be reserved for that major. Example: 307/10 reserves 10 seats for Computer Science (307) majors in the class. See web on Reserved Seating for Classes for information on this function.

To Change the Max or the Waitlist

Use SYASECT.

Please remember to SIGN AND DATE your work report and add your phone number. Make yourself a copy before you give us the original.

SSR1000 Definitions

The first row of each course on the Call for Courses contains the following data

TITLE

Course title. May not be changed unless approved by curriculum approval process. Special courses and reserve number courses may, however, list a subtitle. A maximum of 30 characters may be used in a title.

SUBJECT

Subject. Abbreviation for the subject, such as MUS is Music.

NUMBER

Course number. If changed, a different CRN will be used.

SECTION

Section number. Can be changed and still maintain the original CRN.

LI:

Link Identifier. Links lectures to their labs and/or recitations.

TYPE:

Schedule Type. Identifies the class format, such as lecture, lab, recitation, seminar, WWW. Type indicated is the first three letters of the type description

MODE:

Grade Mode. The kind of grades earned in a class. VERY important that you verify these. Either A/F or P/N

CRED:

Credits. The number of credits a course is offered. Can vary within a range. Cannot have a range within a range, however.

PT:

Part of Term. Fall, Winter, and Spring are indicated by 1. Summer has varying parts of term (1-6).

DP:

Departmental Approval. If indicated with a Y, CRN is listed, but students must obtain department permission to take the section. Departments obtain approval to offer a course for DP from Academic Affairs; this approval is noted in the course description in SCADETL in Banner.

STATUS:

Course Status. "I" indicates Inactive. "O" indicates Open. "C" indicates Cancelled.

The second row of each course on the Call for Courses contains the following data

CRN

Course Reference Number. A unique identifier for each section, assigned by the Schedule Desk through Banner. Changes from term to term.

MAX:

Enrollment. Maximum you want accepted into section. Can be changed as by the department often as needed.

WAIT:

Wait list. Specifies the number of seats made available for the electronic wait list. If a registered student drops the course, thus creating an opening, the first student on the wait list will be registered (providing all prerequisites and restrictions are met). The student will be automatically e-mailed that he or she has been registered.

XLISTS:

Indicates cross-listed CRNs. CRNs that share a room should be taught as crosslisted.

INT MAX:

The combined total max desired for the crosslisted sections. Required if crosslists exist.

Additional rows of each course on the Call for Courses contains the following data

INSTRUCTOR

This field is required. OUS collects and analyzes this data; please enter as soon as possible the name and OSU ID number of your instructor/s. The percentage of responsibility should total

100%. The primary instructor is listed first and indicated with an *. Additional instructors are listed alphabetically.

The primary instructor must have an active preferred

e-mail address in SPAIDEN in order for Schedule 25 to properly find locations for your classes.

RESTRICTIONS:

– Indicates EXCLUSION
+ Indicates INCLUSION

COMMENTS:

This area IS NOT ENFORCED by Web registration. Rows appear only if comments exist.

SECTION FEES (code-amt):

Fees as pre-approved for course.

The final row(s) of each course on the Call for Courses contains the following data. Additional rows will appear as needed

DATES

The start date and end date of this meeting. Sections that meet for shortened sessions or on specific dates should have these adjusted as needed.

DAYS

Days of the week for this meeting. M-Monday; T-Tuesday;

W-Wednesday; R-Thursday; F-Friday;

S-Saturday; U-Sunday.

TIME

Beginning & Ending Time. Use the 24 hour clock. We need a starting time and an ending time. Ending times generally need to be 10 minutes before the hour or the half hour. See Official Class Meeting Times and the Addendum.

MEETING TYPE

Specific type for this meeting time. Follows same rules as the section type.

BLDG

Building. See the campus map in the online general catalog for abbreviations.

ROOM

Room Number. As listed. Sections that will be in departmental rooms must be indicated with the room or, if unsure at the present time, GRP TBAD. Sections that will be meeting off campus and don't need a room should be indicated with GRP OC if meeting times exist.

(GP ATTR:)

General Purpose Room Attributes. Attributes listed here will override (not supplement) any departmental attributes. Does not apply to sections using departmental rooms.

In consultation with the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, the following changes were implemented beginning with the Spring 2010 term:

Instructor of Record:

The “Instructor of Record” will be designated for all courses at Oregon State University by the primary instructor indicator flag assigned to that course. The “Instructor of Record” for a course will have the following requirements and responsibilities with respect to the recording of grades for that course:

  • The “Instructor of Record” will be responsible for the final determination, entry, and/or changing of all final grades associated with their course(s).
  • The “Instructor of Record” may not be a peer to other students taking that course (e.g., undergraduate to undergraduate, graduate to graduate, and/or professional to professional),except in cases where : 1) the instructor of record is teaching a lower level course that another peer happens to take (i.e., graduate TA acting as an instructor of record for an undergraduate course that happens to have a graduate student taking that course), or 2) an instructor of record is also simultaneously acting as a student pursuing either an undergraduate degree or graduate degree in another area that may be taught by another graduate TA.
  • The “Instructor of Record” may not be an undergraduate student with responsibility for either credit bearing or non-credit bearing portions of a course (lectures, recitations, 0 credit laboratories, discussions, etc.).
  • The “Instructor of Record” may not be an administrative staff member if they have no role in actually teaching the course (beginning in the Fall 2010). Emergency situations for an administrative staff to post grades for an individual course can be approved by a unit head each term. Those requests must be made to and approved by the Registrar.
  • The “Instructor of Record” may not knowingly provide to others their user account identification/passwords as per the Acceptable Use of University Computing Resources Policy (http://oregonstate.edu/helpdocs/accounts/onid-osu-network-id/getting-started/acceptable-use-policy).

Graduate Teaching Assistants:

  • Must complete the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Online Tutorial, Online Privacy & Confidentiality Statement, and agree to the Online Acceptable Use of Computing components that are integrated with the Online FERPA tutorial in Blackboard.
  • Upon a graduate student’s completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the graduate teaching assistant can be an “Instructor of Record” for an undergraduate course.
  • Or, upon completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the “Instructor of Record” can establish that graduate student as a teaching assistant using a course management system (i.e., Blackboard). Appropriate roles allowed to such graduate teaching assistants are as a “tutor”, “course builder”, “grader”, and/or full graduate teaching assistant with all roles including “tutor”, “course builder”, and “grader” with grading privileges for assignments and exams for undergraduate students.

Undergraduate Teaching Assistants:

  • Must complete the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Online Tutorial, Online Privacy & Confidentiality Statement, and the agree to the Online Acceptable Use of Computing components that are integrated with the Online FERPA tutorial in Blackboard.
  • Upon an undergraduate student’s completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the undergraduate student can be designated as an undergraduate teaching assistant recognized as a school official.
  • Upon an undergraduate student’s completion of the Online FERPA/Privacy/Acceptable Use of Computing tutorial in Blackboard, the “Instructor of Record” can establish that undergraduate student as a teaching assistant using a course management system (i.e., Blackboard). Appropriate roles allowed to such undergraduate teaching assistants are as a “tutor”, “course builder”, and/or full undergraduate teaching assistant with all roles including “tutor”, “course builder”, and “grader” with grading privileges for assignments and exams.
  • Undergraduate Teaching Assistants may not be an “Instructor of Record” or designated as a faculty member assigned to a course, and may not as a teaching assistant determine, enter, and/or change the final grade for other students.

Valid Room Attributes

Any combination of these attributes may be included for individual CRN sections on the Call for Courses report.

Please remember that, if listed, these attributes are required and they override any attribute requirements from the departmental level. The scheduling software will not find you a room that doesn't have these attributes.

Also, be aware that all attributes are treated as "AND" requirements. If you list requirements such as "S1" (Tablet Arm Chairs (movable)) and "S3" (Tables/Chairs (movable)), the system will only find you rooms with both, which aren't many. All GP rooms have at least one writing surface, so there is no need to list whiteboard or blackboard if either will do.

We have tried to supply attributes to encompass many "OR" situations, such as the "S0" (Moveable Chairs (any)) attribute. DO NOT request a combination that physically does not exist on campus. This is not the place to indicate to Facilities Services what kind of rooms we should have.

List of Valid Room Attributes

Room Types

Code Definition
GP Simply means General Purpose Room. We add this automatically when entering attributes. You do not need to write this, but you will see it on the report. You can also write this in if you wish the system to ignore departmental requirements and give you any appropriately sized and located GP room.
E111 E111: Enhanced Clsrm Projector. Fully enhanced with projection onto an appropriately sized white screen. Be aware that courses with small expected headcount asking for E111 may not get placed until late in the process. It is better to use E113 unless projection is absolutely required.
E113 Enhanced Classroom (All). Includes either projection, monitor carts or the new flat panel screens. Smaller rooms may use a monitor instead of a projector, but you have a greater chance of being placed in your preferred buildings.
GPC Means General Purpose Computer Classroom. This is a classroom with computer stations for each student. This attributes is used only in conjunction with 016 or 017.
016 Computer Classroom (PC). This means a PC computer station for each student. Due to limited availability, these rooms are pre-assigned. However, we would like this attribute listed for better tracking.
017 Computer Classroom (MAC). This means a Mac computer station for each student. Same as with the PCs, these rooms are pre-assigned. However, we would like this attribute listed for better tracking. Some rooms are "dual boot" and it may give us some additional flexibility to meet needs.
F1 Auditorium/Projection Booth. Yes, a projection booth.

Electronic Equipment (Other than that which is included in "Enhanced")

Code Definition
Z2 Intructor Mic/PA. Our list is based on the list provided by Media Services.
V14 Document Camera. Sometimes referred to as the "WolfVision" cameras.
V15 Interactive Display(SMRT). Ability to annotate over any computer image. This used to be listed as SMRT.
VARS Audience Response System. Included software in every "E113" by default. We include this in case Media Services decides to change their default.
VPOD VPOD: Lecture Capture-pod cast. Welcome to the 21st Century. Arrangements must also be coordinated with Media Services
VDIS Distance Interactive System. For video link-ups with other sites. Arrangements must also be coordinated with Media Services
VPWR Power Outlets at Seats. For those who forgot to recharge all their electronic devices the night before.
F5 Phone Jacks. For teleconferences. Our documentation on these rooms is limited, but we did try to note a few.

Writing Surfaces

Every GP room has some sort of writing surface. Only include these if you really care which type.

Code Definition
Z5 Whiteboard. Sometimes the pens will even be there.
Z6 Whiteboard Only (no Chalk). For our instructors that are allergic to chalk dust or have amathophobia.
Z7 Chalkboard (Any Size). Who needs color?
Z8 Board >= 24ft long. We have lowered the size to 24 ft. This now includes whiteboards, so if you are picky you may want to include either Z5 or Z7. Also includes rooms where the board may be shorter than 24ft but has sections that can be raised and lowered as needed.

Seating Arrangements

Please note that there are some rooms that don't fit neatly into an attribute we thought people would ask for. Who really requires fixed tablet chairs on a flat floor?

Code Definition
S0 Moveable Chairs (any). This includes both "S1" and/or "S3". The perfect choice if you want to be able to move things around.
S1 Tablet Arm Chairs (movable). Not bolted to the floor.
S3 Tables/Chairs (movable). Some tables are more movable than others. We tried to include those that can reasonably be repositioned to meet the needs of the class.
S5 Tiered Seating. Actually tiered or sloping, but generally fixed. Can be long tables, theatre style, starting flat and then going up, etc. Mostly large rooms.

"Permanent" Room Features

Code Definition
A4 Carpeted Floor. No guarantees as to coffee stains, but carpeted.
A6 Flat Floor. May be carpeted, linoleum, wood, or concrete.
A7 Raised Platform for Professor. Be aware that not all platforms are wheelchair accessible.
A8 Windows. Some degree of natural light. A tiny slit in a door does not count.
A9 Room Darkening Capability. This was somewhat of a judgment call. We didn't include any rooms with those wimpy white shades or blinds that won't close.
A2 Air Conditioning. Portable swamp coolers don't count.

Unique Features

Code Definition
F2 Demonstration Facilities. Rooms with gas/air hookups, etc. Not just a long table to put your stuff on.
SINK Sink used for class purposes. We even tested to make sure there was running water. Not sure if they actually drain to anywhere...
Z11 Proj Screen Offset From Board. One of the more confusing attributes. It includes rooms where the projection screen is not dead center of the front of the room. The screen may be half the front (to one side) or at an angle. Also includes rooms with multiple screens and rooms with one screen and writing surfaces on more than one wall. With multiple screens, the screen for the enhanced projector may still be centered. Generally more restrictive than the "Z12" attribute.
Z12 Proj Screen blocks < 50% board. Again, somewhat of a judgment call. We didn't include rooms where you have a bit of writing surface, the screen, and then a bit more of writing surface. We tried to include those where you can have the screen down and still have a single sizable chunk of writing area. Little whiteboards to the side don't count.
VPRS PH Requirements Specific. Unique PH equipment.

Accessibility

Code Definition
ALD Assistive Listening Devices. Rooms as provided by Media Services
ADI Wheelchair-accessible for Instr. Only includes rooms where the instructor can access all teaching equipment at the front of the room. Excludes rooms with platforms but no ramp.
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Classrooms

Classroom Attribute Codes

This section provides guidelines for requesting room attributes and a list of valid classroom attribute codes.

Computer Station Classrooms

Here you will find a chart with information about computer classrooms including information about the particular room and the office responsible for scheduling the space.

Enhanced Classrooms

Enhanced Classrooms are computer-equipped and networked to campus servers and to the Internet for complete large screen computer data and video projection for classes ranging in size from 50 to 750

General Purpose Classrooms

General Purpose Classrooms are scheduled centrally by Scheduling in the Registrar's Office through your college or departmental representative.

Kidder & Owen Hall Rooms

Kidder Hall 278, Owen Hall 102 and Owen 106 are specially equipped television classrooms used for distance education interactive classes.

Building Preferences & Attribute Requirements

The Building Preferences are buildings you would prefer to be in when assigned a General Purpose room. The Required Attributes are the attributes you require - not desire these rooms to have.

Visit the Building Preferences & Attribute Requirements page for this information.

Scheduling Classrooms with Schedule 25

The university assigns classes to general purpose classrooms using Schedule25 (S25), a room scheduling software.

Classroom Attribute Codes

Click here to view the list of Valid Room Attributes.

Computer Station Classrooms

Click room number for description.

Computer Station Classrooms

Building

Room No.

Capacity

Priority

Attributes

Scheduled
By

KIDD

028

34

 

Mac Computer Classroom

Scheduling

KIDD

033

30

FLL

PC Computer Classroom

Scheduling

MCC

130

20

 

PC Computer Classroom

Scheduling

MCC

201

30

 

PC Computer Classroom

Scheduling

WITH

205

24

 

PC Computer Classroom,
Long tables/loose chairs, BB, Windows

Scheduling

WNGR

222

34

SED

Mac Computer Classroom

Scheduling

The computer rooms do not "roll over" each term — you need to contact Scheduling each term. Please know the room you want and its attributes before you contact us; we just schedule them.

Instructors and students will need an ONID account to log in. Visit the room before your first class to insure it meets your needs and that the software you need is available.

Hardware & software questions: Contact Russ Born, 7-3123, in 120A Milne Computer Center.

Enhanced Classrooms

Enhanced Classrooms are computer-equipped and networked to campus servers and to the Internet for complete large screen computer data and video projection for classes ranging in size from 50 to 750. A faculty member can now come into the room, open the teaching podium, turn on the equipment and begin instruction immediately. A full-time support person is on-call to assist faculty with equipment or network problems. Please see Webviewer for enhanced classrooms.

Kidder & Owen Hall Rooms

Kidder Hall 278, Owen Hall 102 and Owen 106 are specially equipped television classrooms used for distance education interactive classes. Situations may arise in which another class needs one these rooms during your scheduled class time. If that happens, you must relocate your class or event. Scheduling in the Registrar's Office, 737-2181, will assist you. If you anticipate a problem, or do not want to take the chance of having to move during the term, tell Scheduling so they can assign you a different room.

 

Kidder 278

Kidder 278 is a General Purpose Classroom that is limited to certain equipment. The room features a dry erase marking board, a VHS videotape player, television monitor, and computer scan converter. The room is not equipped with a projection screen. If you need to use an overhead projector, slide projector or motion picture projector you will need to be relocated to a different room. Although this room has a scan converter that may be used with a computer, its resolution is only suited for presentation with 24-point or larger fonts. Kidder 278 is kept locked by means of an electronic door lock. You will be assigned a code for unlocking and locking the door. Be sure to lock the door when you leave. There are microphones fastened to the desks. Please ask your students not to play with or damage them. The cost to replace them is more than $250 each. If you have questions about the interactive television features in Kidder 278, contact John W. Myers in Kidd 142B, 737-0596.

Owen 102

Owen 102 is a distance education classroom for interactive television classes or events AND an enhanced room. It is a computer capable, general purpose lecture room that allows for big-screen projection of an instructor's computer. If you have questions about this system, contact Albert Berglund in Kidd 109, 737-6428.

Building Preferences & Attribute Requirements

The Building Preferences are buildings you would prefer to be in when assigned a General Purpose room. The Required Attributes are the attributes you require - not desire these rooms to have.

Visit the Building Preferences & Attribute Requirements page for this information.

Scheduling Classrooms with Schedule 25

The university assigns classes to general purpose classrooms using Schedule25 (S25), a room scheduling software.

  • Departmentally controlled classrooms are assigned as requested by departments.
  • General purpose classrooms are assigned based on class size (with priority given to larger classes), room features and attributes, and proximity to department offices.

S25 helps achieve optimal classroom utilization. Manual schedule adjustments will always be necessary, but the bulk of room scheduling will be automated thus enabling staff to shift their attention to more complex scheduling processes.

Web Viewer

Webviewer can be used to view the usage of a classroom on any given day. Included in the webviewer are the times and locations of group midterms and group finals.

Group Midterm Locations

Group Final Locations

Webviewer Manual

Course Fees Form

To notify Scheduling of a new fee or fees for a course, please provide the following information:

$

Degrees & Graduation

University faculty, advisors, and staff play an important role in guiding students to degree completion. Learn about the tools available to you for reviewing degree requirements and the degree clearance process and associated deadlines. Also, learn more about the commencement ceremony and the availability of diplomas. This is our opportunity to show our students how much we value their accomplishments.

Degree Requirements

General Catalog

The general catalog contains detailed program and university degree requirement information.

MyDegrees

MyDegrees is a degree planning and clearance tool for students and advisors. The degree checklist and academic planner are tools for advisors to use in helping students plan their schedules and to clear degree requirements for pending graduates. From the beginning of their academic career at OSU students should be using this sytem to plan their enrollment and monitor their progress.

Faculty/staff login to Online Services, choose a term, identify a student, and you will be taken directly to MyDegrees to see the student's information.

Detailed information about this system is provided in the Intro to MyDegrees for Advisors documentation provided to assist faculty and staff in the use of this system.

Updating MyDegrees

Advisors: Please email graduation@oregonstate.edu and type "mydegrees support" in the subject box.

Undergraduate Students: Contact your advisor to answer questions and resolve problems.

Changes to academic program requirements require curriculum proposals reviewed and approved by University Curriculum Council. The Office of the Registrar receives notification of curricular changes approved via the curricular proposal system and will automatically make adjustments to your department's program requirements based on these notifications.

Degree Clearance

Application for Graduation

Students do not automatically get evaluated for graduation. They must apply for graduation. They can apply via the online application for graduation avaible from their MyOSU account. It is recommended that students apply for graduation three terms prior to the term in which they intend to complete their degree requirements. Applications must be submitted no later than the end of the second week of the term in which the student plans to complete degree requirements

Double Degrees, Dual Majors, Honors Degrees, Certificates

According to Academic Regulations 26 a student may earn two or more degrees simultaneously. A student must complete a minimum of 32 credits above the minimum number of credits needed for one of the degrees. Students may also earn two or more majors within a single degree program, per Academic Regulations 27. Students completing the honors college curriculum receive a honors degree in the college of their major, e.g. HBS Honors Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, or HBA Honors Bachelor of Arts in English.

Advisor & Registrar Roles in Degree Clearance

The Office of the Registrar monitors institutional requirements as defined in Academic Regulation 25, while the academic college and departmental advisors monitor baccalaureate core, college, major, option, and minor requirements.

Degree Clearance Timeline

Degree clearance deadlines, reports are produced, communications are sent, degrees are awarded, and more.

Degree Clearance Process Graphic

MyDegrees Exceptions Access Policy

Individuals with the authority to make exceptions for students in MyDegrees should familiarize themselves with the terms of our exceptions policy.

Application for Graduation

Applications for graduation are submitted via Online Services to the Office of the Registrar. They may be filed up to three terms before the expected graduation term so progress can be monitored each term. However, applications must be submitted no later than the end of the second week of the term in which the student plans to complete degree requirements.

To submit an application for graduation:

    1) The student should login to their Online Services
    2) Enter the Student Records menu
    3) Choose Apply for Graduation
    4) The application will display their existing curriculum. If this curriculum is not the curriculum with which they intend to graduate, they should; stop, exit the application, and change their program before returning to complete the application.

From this same Student Records menu they may also view existing applications for graduation, cancel an existing application for graduation, and confirm their intention to attend commencement.

Please keep the following in mind when advising for the use of the online application for graduation:

  1. Undergraduates must be of senior standing before being eligible to submit an application.
  2. Students who wish to change graduation dates or program information after the first application must cancel their existing application for graduation and file an new application in accordance with the stated deadline.
  3. Students receiving more than two degrees will need to contact the Registrar’s office for assistance.
  4. Students should make all necessary changes to their program prior to submitting an application for graduation. In the interest of providing accurate degree audits, it is imperative that the curriculum under which the student applies for graduation accurately reflects their educational goals.

Double Degrees, Dual Majors, Honors Degrees, Certificates

Double Degrees

A student may earn multiple degrees simultaneously. Additional degrees may also be earned subsequent to a prior degree award. The degrees may be offered by the same college, or by different colleges. For each additional degree, a student must complete a minimum of 32 credits above the minimum number of credits needed for one degree. Each degree application is reviewed by the appropriate academic advisor. Advisors complete a separate graduation audit for each of the degrees. Each degree awarded will be recorded as a separate degree award on the student’s record. The student will also receive a separate diploma for each degree awarded (See Academic Regulations 26).

Some programs, such as the Education Double Degree or the International Degree, require that a primary degree be completed in order for the secondary degree to be awarded. When multiple degrees are not dependent on one another, one of the degrees may be awarded even though the requirements for the other degree is not yet met.

Dual (or Multiple) Majors

Though less common, a student may receive a single degree with multiple majors.  Often the number of credits required to complete the requirements for multiple majors allows a student to earn multiple degrees, but that is not always the case. Dual majors are most often obtained within the same college. The degree requirements for both majors are reviewed by your advisor.

When the degree is awarded there will be one degree award with two majors recorded on the student’s record.  The student will receive one diploma. Dual majors may be obtained concurrently with the completion of the degree, or in some cases may be earned as a credential subsequent to completion of the degree (See Academic Regulations 27).

Honors Degrees

Students completing the honors college curriculum receive an honors degree in the college of their major, e.g. HBS Honors Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, or HBA Honors Bachelor of Arts in English. In some cases it might be possible for an Honors College student to earn multiple degrees simultaneously, each of which would be recorded as an Honors degree.

Students seeking an honors degree must meet the requirements of the Honors College in order to receive their degree. Students that complete an Honors degree will have the honors degree recorded on their academic record. The student’s diploma will also include the honors degree designation (e.g. Honors Bachelor of Science, etc.).

Certificates

Students completing a certificate concurrently with their major must apply for graduation twice — one graduation application for the major and another graduation application for the certificate.

When the certificate is awarded, it will be recorded on the student’s transcript.

Advisor & Registrar Roles

The Advisor Role

  • Select students by graduation term
  • Review audit for accuracy and completeness
  • Notify students if curriculum change is needed (i.e. add a minor)
  • Create Substitutions and exceptions for major, option, minor or bacc core for area of responsibility
  • Create Checklist Notes for Registrars (DEGR1, DEGR2, DEGR3)
  • Goal is completed Degree Checklist Intro to MyDegrees documentation is available to assist you in the use of the sytem.

The Registrar Role

  • Select students by Graduation Term
  • Review University Degree Requirements
  • Review Checklist Notes from Advisors (DEGR1, DEGR2, DEGR3)
  • Clear exceptions as necessary
  • Re-run Degree Audits for most current Degree Checklist without current or future registration.
  • Review Audits for completeness and Checklist Notes from Advisors
  • Communicate progress to students:
    • Email ONID account with information about the clearance process and any existing deficiencies.
    • Deficiencies that would prevent the awarding of the degree will be recorded as a graduation hold which is visible via Online Services.
  • Produce PDF of Final Audit for storage in NOLIJ
  • Award degrees

Degree Clearance Timeline

Week of Term

Processes

Reports

Communication

Communication

One week prior to start of term

New audits are run for pending graduates

 

Registrar’s sends notification of insufficient institutional deficiencies to student (OSU Residency, DFL, Overal Credits, Upper Division)

 

3rd week

Run new audits for pending graduates

Report for current pending graduates is sent to the head advisor of each college,

 

 

 

8th week

Run new audits for pending graduates

Report for current pending graduates is sent to the head advisor of each college.

 

 

 

10th week

Run new audits for pending graduates

 

Registrar’s Office sends notification of degree deficiencies (majors, minors, option, & institutional deficiencies)

 

End of Degree Process

Award degrees to 100% complete students

 

send notices of congratulations to graduated students

send cancellation notices to students that did not graduate (includes specific deficiencies)

If requirements are not met.

Any unmet requirements indicated on the degree audit must be resolved prior to a degree being awarded. In the event that a student is unable to graduate at the end of the term for which he or she has applied, the student should be directed to cancel his or her existing application for graduation and submit a new application for the future term in which the student will complete the requirements.

When will degrees be awarded?

Degree clearance requires approximately 4 weeks after the conclusion of the term. When degrees are awarded they will be posted to student transcripts where they may view it. Also, the Office of the Registrar will send a notice of congratulation to the student ONID email address once the degree is awarded. It is the responsibility of the student to confirm their degree award.

MyDegrees Exceptions Access Policy

MyDegrees allows advisors to apply exceptions to a student's audit to clear degree requirements. These exceptions are part of the audit trail of the degree clearance process.

Users with exceptions privileges may apply exceptions only in their areas of responsibility.

Exceptions may not be applied to university level requirements; these are the responsibility of the Registrar's Office.

Users applying exceptions privileges inappropriately will receive a warning and the exception will be reversed. Continued violations will result in revocation of the user’s exceptions privileges.

Commencement & Diplomas

Commencement

It is highly recommended that students, family, faculty, & staff take the opportunity to celebrate this momentous accomplishment. The university holds a single commencement ceremony each June. Students must RSVP their intention to attend via MyOSU (under My Student Stuff, click Apply to Graduate). Detailed information is sent to the current mailing address of eligible students in April of each year. Oregon State University has a long standing proud tradition of providing each student with his or her own diploma at the commencement ceremony. Find out more details at the Commencement section of this website.

Diplomas

With the exception of Spring term diplomas are available approximately 2 weeks after the posting of degrees. Diplomas may be obtained in one of three ways. Students attending commencement may receive their diploma at the ceremony if the student is on track to meet all requirements. The student, or their authorized designee, may pick their diploma at the Office of the Registrar. Upon receipt of a written request and the applicable shipping fee a diploma may be mailed. For details visit the Diplomas section of this website.

Commencement

Commencement Website

Commencement Ceremony Deadlines

Information Mailed to Current Mailing Address Deadline for Summer and Fall Graduates to apply to graduate and have their names appear in the Commencement Program

Commencement Participation Deadline

Commencement Ceremony

Around April 1, 2014
April 25, 2014 June 6, 2014 June 14, 2014

Frequently Asked Commencement Questions

Qualified Attendees

Graduates from the prior Summer through the upcoming Summer and Fall term may attend the Spring commencement. For example, commencement being held at the close of Spring term 2014 welcomes graduates from Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Winter 2014 and pending graduates for Spring 2014, Summer 2014, and Fall 2014. Detailed information is sent to eligible students in April of each year. This information will be sent to their current mailing address.

Reserve a Seat at Commencement

It is a university tradition to provide each student their own diploma at the commencement ceremony. To have their diploma available we have to know who is coming, therefore attendees are required to RSVP for the event. Students can RSVP their intention to attend via Online Services.

Degrees with Distinction

High achieving students are recognized through the posting of a title of academic distinction to their degree award and through the wearing of an academic honor cord as part of their graduation regalia. Grade point averages are computed on the basis of all work attempted at OSU. Graduates who have completed at least 90 credits at OSU or 60 upper-division credits at OSU, and who have an OSU cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, are awarded an OSU degree with distinction as follows:

Academic Distinction

OSU GPA Range

Graduation
Honor Cord Color

Cum Laude

3.50–3.69

Orange

Magna Cum Laude

3.70–3.84

Gold

Summa Cum Laude

3.85–4.00

White

Candidates who have completed their degree in prior terms are eligible to wear Honor cords based on their completed OSU GPA and credits. For candidates pending Spring term graduation, eligibility to wear cords is based on the OSU institutional GPA and credit hours completed through Winter term. Candidates for Summer and Fall term graduation are not eligible to wear Honor cords at the Commencement Ceremony. When Spring term ends and final grades are posted, the Honors distinction will be evaluated and posted to eligible transcripts. If necessary, your diploma will be reprinted to reflect the Honors distinction. Honor cords may be purchased at the OSU Beaver Store.

Preliminary Grades

Commencement is held the Saturday following the conclusion of finals week. Spring term final grades are not yet available, however, we strive to provide diplomas to as many students as possible at commencement. The Registrar’s Office collects preliminary grades for pending graduates during the 7th week of the term to be utilized for a preliminary review of degree requirements.

Pending graduates who meet degree requirements based on preliminary review will receive their diploma at the commencement ceremony. Students who do not meet preliminary review requirements are welcome to attend the ceremony but will not receive their diploma at that time.

Diplomas

With the exception of Spring term, diplomas are available approximately 2 weeks after the posting of degrees.

 

Picking Up a Diploma in Person

Diplomas are retained in the Office of the Registrar. Students may pick-up their diploma in person at commencement or at the Office of the Registrar. Students who choose to pick up their diploma at the Office of the Registrar must present picture identification before receiving their diploma.

Can someone pick up a diploma on the student’s behalf?

Yes, a student may authorize another individual to pick up their diploma by completing the Diploma Release Request form. The authorized individual should present the form and their picture identification at the Office of the Registrar.

Mailing Diplomas

Students may have their diploma mailed to them by completing the Diploma Mailing Request/Duplicate Diploma Order form and submitting it to the Office of the Registrar along with payment for the mailing fee. The diploma will be mailed to the address provided on the request form.

Diploma Copies

Students can obtain a duplicate diploma by completing the Diploma Mailing Request/Duplicate Diploma Order and submitting it to the Office of the Registrar along with payment of the duplicate diploma fee. Processing time for such requests is 2 to 4 weeks.

Grading & Web Services

Tools such as the academic calendar and web for faculty & advisors are invaluable to many faculty/staff during the course of their daily activities. Here we've provided ready access to information about these resources.

In addition registration information and resources available to students are also included here for the easy reference of faculty/staff.

Grade submission is critical to many functions of the university; not least of which is the ability for advisors and students to evaluate their progress towards a degree. This section provides detailed information about who may submit grades, how to submit grades, when grades are due, and how errors may be corrected.

Faculty Self-service access is requested via the Instructor Access Request form.

FERPA training is required before requesting access to Faculty Self-service. The FERPA tutorial is at http://oregonstate.edu/is/training/admin-systems-training/sis-training/ferpa. You must first complete the tutorial, print out the completion certificate, sign it, scan it as a PDF, and attach it to this form.

Faculty members wanting to grant grading access to teaching assistants (T.A.'s) should direct them to Blackboard Access for T.A.'s.

Academic Calendar

OUS 5-Year Calendar

Need to make plans for a future term for which the academic calendar is not yet published? Check out the Oregon University System 5-year calendar. This calendar defines the beginning and ending dates of each term for the next five years. The OUS 5-year calendar is published on the web by OUS.

The OSU Academic Calendar

The academic calendar is an important tool. Refer to it regularly to keep track of important dates and deadlines. The calendar is populated several terms in advance so you can plan ahead. You can also download events to your own personal calendars for easy reference or to create reminders for yourself.

Blackboard Access for T.A.'s

Instructors can add individuals who have taken the online FERPA and Confidentiality Training course in Blackboard as TAs to their course sites. All would-be TAs (and other course assistants) must complete FERPA Training. Complete the following 3 steps:

  • Faculty must submit a request for the individual(s) to take the FERPA and Confidentiality Training course. See the step-by-step training material for further instructions.
  • The submitted request is forwarded to the Registrar's Schedule Desk, where staff will complete the process to authorize the individual to take the tutorial.
  • Once TAs have completed FERPA training, instructors can add them to course sites in Blackboard. Refer to these step-by-step instructions.

Grade Submission

Access & Security

This section provides detailed information about who is eligible to submit grades and secure grade submission guidelines.

Final Grades Submission

Review this section to find out when grades are due, who can enter grades, how to monitor grade processing within a department, and for detailed instructions about how to enter grades online.

Grade Records Retention

All academic departments must comply with the Oregon Administrative Rule (section 166-475-0110 Student Records) governing instructors' grade records.

Incomplete Grade Policy

As stated in Academic Regulation 17 if circumstances exist which are acceptable to the instructor and the rest of the academic work is passing an incomplete grade may be assigned and additional time granted for completion of course work. The additional time granted shall not exceed one year. At the time the incomplete is submitted an alternate grade, that represents the grade the student would receive in the course if no further course work is completed, will also be submitted. If the incomplete is not removed within the one year deadline the alternate grade will become the grade of record.

Online Grade Change

Who, when, and how to submit an online change of grade is explained.

OSU's Grading System

Academic Regulation 17 defines the OSU grading system. Additional information is provided both on this site and in the Grades, Regulations, & Records section of the OSU General Catalog.

Blackboard Access for T.A.'s

There is a process to provide teaching assistants access to a course in Blackboard.

Access & Security

Who Can Enter Grades Online?

Faculty members who have been listed by their department as the primary instructors. Non-primary instructors with a percent workload responsibility of greater than 0%, who have been identified in Banner as "graders" and are cleared for online grading access.

What if the instructor is unable to access the course?

If a faculty member is not able to obtain their CRN online for grading purposes, it may be because this person has not been formally listed as an instructor on SSASECT or SYASECT in Banner.

Access Banner and follow these steps:

  • Contact Schedule Desk to set up new faculty and graders. Once the Schedule Desk has set up the faculty in Banner, proceed to the next step.
  • Access SYASECT. Enter term and CRN. Next block. (Note: Grey colored areas are for Registrar's office use only.) Click on first empty ID box. Enter ID and tab. If the individual you are adding does not have teaching responsibility, you must change the percentage from 100 to zero. If they do have teaching responsibility, you may adjust the percentages so they equal 100%. Save entry. In some cases you may need to override the entry due to a time conflict. Simply type a capital O in the O (override) column and save entry.
  • You have now tied the grader to a specific course.

Secure Submission Guidelines for Grade Changes and Removal of Incomplete forms.

All Change of Grade and Removal of Incompletes over one year require that a form be completed and submitted to the Office of the Registrar. The form must be signed by an instructor of record and the department chair. An instructor of record is defined as an instructor listed on the section of the course on SSASECT or SYASECT. The departmental grade contact is not considered an instructor. Incorrect or missing information on the form will cause a delay in processing.

The form may be submitted via one of the following methods:

    In Person: Forms signed by the instructor and department chair may be brought to the Registrar's Office. The instructor, departmental grade contact or department chair may deliver the form in person. Photo ID will be verified. Verification of the instructor, instructor signature, and grade mode listed on the form will also be verified at the time the form is turned in.
    Campus Mail or US Postal Service: Forms signed by the instructor and department chair may be forwarded to the Registrar's Office via campus mail or US postal service. All signed forms must be received in a sealed departmental envelope with the signature of the instructor, or departmental grade contact, or department chair across the seal. Once received by the Registrar's Office, all information is verified including the grade mode. If any information is incorrect the form is sent back to the department to be corrected and resubmitted.
    Departmental Fax: Forms signed by the instructor and department chair may be faxed to the Registrar's Office accompanied by a departmental fax cover sheet signed by the instructor, or departmental grade contact, or department chair. Once received by the Registrar's Office, all information is verified including the grade mode. If any information is incorrect the form is sent back to the department to be corrected and resubmitted.

Grade Records Retention

It is important that all instructors who assign grades to students, and all academic departments, comply with the Oregon Administrative Rule (section 166-475-0110 Student Records) governing instructors' grade records.

Incomplete Grade Policy

The “incomplete” grade policy as stated here is effective for incompletes assigned Fall 2007 forward.  To reference the incomplete policy for prior years consult archived copies of the general catalog. Refer to Academic Regulation 17 for more information.

Requesting an Incomplete

A student may request that an incomplete (for a course that has not been completed) be granted by an instructor, if the reasons for the incomplete are acceptable to the instructor, and so long as the student is passing the course at the time the request was made. It is recommended that at the time an agreement is made to issue an incomplete that the instructor and student complete a Contract for Completion of I Grade to define the terms under which the incomplete will be completed.

The incomplete/alternate grade

The incomplete that is filed by the instructor at the end of the term must include an alternate/default grade to which the incomplete grade defaults, if the student does not make an effort to resolve the incomplete course work within one year of recording the incomplete. Examples of the new incomplete grades are (I/A, I/A-, I/B+, I/B, I/B-, I/C+, I/C, I/C-, I/D+, I/D, I/D-, I/F, I/P, and I/N). Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) grade options are converted after the submission of the “I/Alternate Grade” is determined by the instructor. For example, if the student has requested an incomplete and has opted for an S/U grade, the instructor will submit an “I/Normal Grade” (e.g., I/B+) at the end of the term. The Office of the Registrar will subsequently convert the “I/Normal Grade” to an “I/S” or “I/U” in accordance with the grading option chosen by the student.

Calculating the alternate grade

The calculation of the Alternate/Default Grade is determined by the work to be completed for the course over the entire term. For example, while a student may be passing at the time the incomplete request is granted, the Alternate/Default Grade is NOT what the student has earned up to the point of the incomplete request. The Alternate/Default Grade is what grade the student would have earned if the instructor includes what was completed and if the student did no more work from the point of the incomplete request to the end of the term.

    Example

    A student has earned a “B” through the eighth week of the term, but requests an incomplete for the rest of the term. The remaining work would comprise 50% of the final grade. Without completing the remaining work the earned grade would have been an “F”. The student, consequently, would have an “I/F” filed by the faculty/instructor at the end of the term when grades are reported to the Office of the Registrar.

    Outcomes:

    A. If the student does not complete the assigned work within one year’s time or within the time allotted by the faculty/instructor, the instructor can change the grade to an “F” or the grade would default to an “F” after a year.

    B. If the student completes the work, the faculty would replace the incomplete with whatever grade the student earned as part of the incomplete.

Impact on Degree Conferrals:

Another aspect of the revised Incomplete Policy in Academic Regulation 17 affects the degree audit completed for students who have applied to graduate from Oregon State University. Beginning Fall 2007, all pending applications for graduation will include a review of any incomplete grades with an alternate/default grade. If an “I/Alternate Grade” is currently outstanding at the time a pending graduate’s file is being reviewed for graduation (which happens after grades are processed for the term in which the student is graduating), that review will take into account the automatic default of the incomplete to the Alternate/Default Grade. This automatic default may impact a student’s ability to graduate, if by its inclusion, the student’s GPA (major GPA or institutional GPA) or other major/institutional requirements are altered. This encourages the student to ensure that all “I/Alternate Grades” are resolved with their instructor prior to the last day of Dead Week for the term in which they are graduating. Note: Academic Regulation 17 specifically states: “Under no circumstances shall a student who earns an A-F grade or an N or U grade have their grade changed retroactively to an I grade.”

Extension of Time to Remove Incomplete Grade

A student may petition via the Office of the Registrar for an extension of the one calendar year deadline with the concurrence of the faculty. An approved petition will grant an extension of a single additional term, with a maximum of three total extensions being possible. An approved petition for an extension of time to remove an incomplete will be voided at the time of degree conferral. The petition must be submitted before the one year deadline is reached.

To request an extension complete the Petition Extension of Time to Remove Incomplete Grade form. Instructor and departmental approval is required. Submit the completed petition and a completed Contract for Completion of I Grade to the Office of the Registrar. If all documents are provided, the instructor and department approve, and the student is eligible, an extension of a single term will be granted. To request an additional terms extension the process must be repeated.

Incomplete Grade FAQ's

Q: When is the last point at which an incomplete grade can be resolved by the student?

A: Typically, it is within a time period established by the instructor. If the instructor has not established a deadline, then the student has until the last day of Dead Week before finals begin, to submit the required work to the faculty a year after the term in which the student received the incomplete. For example, if a student received an “I/Alternate Grade” in the Fall 2007 without any specified deadline by an instructor, they have until the last day of Dead Week of Fall 2008 to turn in the completed work to the instructor to complete the “Incomplete”. The instructor has until the last day for turning in grades in that term to submit the removal of an incomplete to whatever grade the student earned to the Office of the Registrar.

Q: What happens if the instructor is no longer at the institution a year after the “I/Alternate Grade” was recorded?

A: The student should meet with the Department Chair who offered the course to reinstate the expectations of what would need to be completed (and by when it needs to be completed) for the incomplete to reflect the earned grade for that course.

Q: What if the student requests an “I/Alternate Grade” but also intends on graduating that very same term?

A: The student should know whether the Alternate/Default Grade will impact their ability to graduate that same term. If it does, the student should withdraw the request to graduate at the Office of the Registrar before the last day of final exams for that term, until the incomplete has been resolved at some future date/term and an earned grade has been recorded. Subsequent to the earned grade replacing the incomplete, the student can then re-file to graduate.

Q: What if the student has applied to graduate, final grades have been processed for the term the student wished to graduate; and the “I/Alternate Grade” defaults to a grade that does affect their graduation status. Can the student request the Alternate Grade revert back to an incomplete?

A: No. Academic Regulation 17 specifically states: “Under no circumstances shall a student who earns an A-F grade or an N or U grade have their grade changed retroactively to an I grade.” Students need to pay careful attention to “I/Alternate Grades” that are clearly displayed on all unofficial (and official) transcripts and the “Grade Term Report” via the Student On-Line Services web site where a student’s grades can be accessed by the student. If the student suspects or is informed by their academic advisor or the Office of the Registrar that the “I/Alternate Grade” will negatively impact their ability to graduate, they should go to the Office of the Registrar to withdraw their application to graduate. This request to withdraw the application to graduate must be made before all grades are processed for the term in which the student wishes to graduate.

Q: What if an instructor does not turn in their grades on time, will the instructor still be able to submit an “I/Alternate Grade for the student?

A: Yes. While 99.7% of all grades are turned in by the required deadline for each term, if the instructor misses the cutoff for turning in grades the Office of the Registrar will be able to process these late grades (including the “I/Alternate Grade”) and ensure they are correctly attributed to the students affected.

Q: Will other incomplete (“I”) grades from terms prior to Fall 2007 also default to an alternate grade (i.e., an “F”) after a year or when a student applies to graduate?

A: No. The revised Academic Regulation 17 goes into effect for Fall 2007 and all future terms. It is not retroactive to previous terms. Incompletes for all terms prior to Fall 2007 are at the discretion of the instructor and can either be changed to an earned grade or remain as an incomplete indefinitely. These grades are clearly identified by the lack of an alternate grade. For example, an “I” denotes the incomplete was assigned by the instructor prior to Fall 2007. All incompletes from Fall 2007 on would be reflected as an “I/Alternate Grade” (I/A, I/A-…I/F, I/P, I/N, etc.).

Q: Does Academic Regulation 17 apply only to undergraduate students, or are other student populations similarly affected?

A: All students are held to the same grading systems. Academic Regulation 17 will apply equally to undergraduates, post-baccalaureates, graduate, non-degree seeking students, etc.

Q: What will we see on our unofficial and official transcripts?

A: Students will see the incomplete and the alternate grade (i.e., I/A, I/A-…I/F, I/P, I/N, etc) in the grade field. However, until the incomplete is resolved, it will retain all of the same characteristics of an incomplete grade. In other words, the incomplete will not count in credits earned or a student’s institutional GPA. This will ensure that a student will not have an incomplete grade count in their credit totals or have it affect their GPA until the incomplete is resolved or defaults to the Alternate Grade.

Q: If a student selected a grading option of Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U), will the instructor assign an “I/S” or “I/U” during the submittal of the grades for that term the incomplete was requested?

A: No. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) grade options are converted after the submission of the “I/Alternate Grade” is determined by the instructor. For example, if the student has requested an incomplete and has opted for an S/U grade, the instructor will submit an “I/Normal Grade” (i.e., I/B+) at the end of the term. The Office of the Registrar will subsequently convert the “I/Normal Grade” to an “I/S” or “I/U” in accordance with the grading option chosen by the student.

Q: What happens if a course had received an “I/Alternate Grade” the first time the course was taken, but the student retakes the course for a grade?

A: According to Academic Regulation 20 (Repeated Courses), both courses would appear on the student’s academic record (transcript), but only the second grade would be counted in the cumulative GPA and toward graduation requirements. Even if the “I/Alternate Grade” were to subsequently default to the Alternate Grade, the second taking of the course would be the one that counts.

Q: What happens if a student’s academic progress in a given term is interrupted by an emergency situation (serious illness, accident, or death of a family member)? Can the student request incompletes for all his/her courses?

A: Yes. Subsequent to the revision to Academic Regulation 17, the Faculty Senate also approved a revision to Academic Regulation 13c that allows the student to withdraw within the last four weeks of the term with incompletes in all subjects. The student (or family member), however, must submit evidence of the emergency situation to the Registrar for consideration. The Office of the Registrar is then charged with contacting each instructor and recording the individual “I/Alternate Grade” for each course the student is still enrolled for that term.

Q: Can a student petition for an extension to resolve the incomplete in excess of the one year?

A: Possibly. The instructor must be willing to provide an extension. However, if the instructor does not agree to extend the timeline, it is unlikely anyone else would supersede that decision. If the instructor is willing to extend the timeline, the student can get a copy of the OSU Petition for Approval and fill in the Incomplete section for the extension. This document can be obtained at the Office of the Registrar. It will require the signature of the instructor who taught the course, the Department Chair for the course, and potentially the approval of the Academic Requirements Committee to gain approval of the extension.

Q: Who can the student talk with if there are specific questions regarding the changes to Academic Regulation 17?

A: The students are encouraged to ask questions of their departmental or college advisors and/or to contact staff in the Office of the Registrar. Students are encouraged to call by phone (541-737-4331), utilize e-mail (registrars@oregonstate.edu), or visit in-person 102 Kerr Administration Building with questions.

Online Grade Change

The online change of grade function will allow changes of grade, for corrections to initial grades, submission of late grades and removal of incomplete grades.

Access and Security

The same access and security rules apply to online grade changes as apply to web grading. The faculty member entering the initial grade is identified by ID number as part of the original grade submission, and grade changes will be identified in the same way.

Change of Instructor

If a change of grade or removal of incomplete is necessary for a section where the original instructor is no longer with the university, the academic department will have to add the faculty member who is reviewing the course material to the section.

Any questions on adding instructors to a section should be addressed to the department chair or the department grade contact.

Online Grade Change Process

The online change of grades process is most similar to the Keyed Data Entry option for entering final grades. In the Faculty & Advisors section of the account, the Final Grades - Change Posted Grades function is one of the options within the Final Grades menu. View the step-by-step instructions for additional information.

Online Grade Change Restrictions

An online change of grade cannot be completed for students who have graduated.  A Change of Grade form may be submitted within three months of the final degree conferral.

An academic record where no other degree objective is being pursued is permanently locked/frozen three months after the final degree conferral, and all subsequent grade change requests will be denied.

Timeframe for Online Changes

Online changes to grades will be allowed for up to one academic year from the term when the course was taken. Any changes that are for a course older than one year will have to be made via a Change of Grade form, submitted to the Registrars Office.

Questions?

Any questions on the use of online grade changes can be directed to the Registrar’s Office: Tom Watts, Amy Flint, and Nancy Laurence, 541-737-4048, are available for questions.

Online Grade Change Instructions


For additional help...

View the Online Grade Change Video Tutorial.


1) To correct a grade via the online process, first login to your MyOSU account.

2) Once you are logged in, click on the Faculty/Advisors tab.

3) Select the Final Grades menu.

4) Select the Correct Term in the pull-down menu, and click Submit.

5) A pull-down menu will appear with all the courses you have access to.

6) Select the Correct Course from the pull-down menu, and click Submit.

7) The class list will appear with all students for the term and their current grades.

8) Select the Correct Student.

  • Students are listed alphabetically in sets of 25 students per page.
  • You can choose any set of students. If the student is near the bottom of the class list, select the group of students that includes the student you are looking for.

9) Correct the Grade.

  • Select the correct the grade from the pull-down Grade menu and click Submit. Only the applicable grades will display in the menu, based on the grade mode for the course, i.e.:
    • A–F grading: A, A–, B+, B, B–, C+, C, C–, D+, D, D–, F
    • P/N grading: P and N

10) Review and Confirm the Grade Correction.

  • Once you submit the grade correction, a confirmation page will display.
  • If the grade change is correct, click Submit again, and the change will be processed.
  • If the change is not correct, select the correct grade and click Submit again. The confirmation page will re-display with the updated grade.

OSU's Grading System

Grade

Grade Points

Notation

A

4.0 grade points per credit

Exceptional

A-

3.7 grade points per credit

 

B+

3.3 grade points per credit

 

B

3.0 grade points per credit

Superior

B-

2.7 grade points per credit

 

C+

2.3 grade points per credit

 

C

2.0 grade points per credit

Average

C-

1.7 grade points per credit

 

D+

1.3 grade points per credit

 

D

1.0 grade point per credit

Inferior

D-

0.7 grade point per credit

 

F

0.0 grade point per credit

Failure

G

No grade point per credit

Reserved for Graduate Credit*

I/Alt Grade

Incomplete, no grade points or credits

If not resolved after 12 months or degree conferral, the "I" reverts to the alternate grade.

N

No grade point per credit

No Credit

NG No credit or grade points No basis for grade

P

Credit given, no grade points

Pass

R

Credit given, no grade points

Thesis in Progress*

S

Credit given, no grade points

Satisfactory*

TR

 

Accepted Transfer Credit

U

No credit or grade points

Unsatisfactory*

W

No credit or grade points

Withdrawal (passing)*

Y

No credit or grade points

Grade yet to be determined*

AUD

No credit or grade points

Audit*

WAU

No credit or grade points

Withdrawal from Audit

WC No credit or grade points Complete withdrawal

* Grade mark not enterable by faculty. Entered by Registrar's Office.

Refer to Academic Regulation 17 and the Grades, Regulations, & Records section of the OSU General Catalog for additional information.

Final Grades Submission

Grade Deadlines

Consult these charts to find out when grades are due for the term. Note: In Summer term the deadlines vary according to the session in which the course is being held.

How to Enter Grades Online (Keyed Entry) (File Upload) (Upload from Blackboard)

Keyed Entry, File Upload, and Upload from Blackboard are three options avaiable for instructors to submit their final grades.

Who Can Submit Grades

Find out who is eligible to submit grades for a course. Also, we provide detailed instructions for how to assign an instructor to a course that they may submit grades.

Monitoring Grade Processing

Our office greatly appreciates the assitance of departmental staff in the monitoring of grade processing in their departments. This section provides methods and instructions for obtaining missing grade reports.

Web Grading FAQ's

Have a question not answered in the sections above? See if the answer is in the frequently asked questions.

Grade Deadlines

Dates & Deadlines Fall 2013


Date Notes
Grade Rosters Available Online 12/02/13 Available Online
Grade Roll Begins 12/09/13 "Submitted" grades will be processed (rolled) into student records nightly, 2-6 a.m.
Students will be able to access their grades online after these updates.
NOTE: GPAs are not updated at this time.
Grade Submission Ends - 5 p.m. 12/17/13 All grade submission ends at 5 p.m. Please note that the deadline date has changed due to closures for inclement weather.
Grade Processing is Complete 12/19/13 All grade processing is complete. Students' academic records, GPAs,
and academic standings have been updated and are available for students online.  Please note that the date has changed due to closures for inclement weather.

Dates & Deadlines Winter 2014


Date Notes
Grade Rosters Available Online 3/10/14 Available Online
Grade Roll Begins 3/17/14 "Submitted" grades will be processed (rolled) into student records nightly, 2-6 a.m.
Students will be able to access their grades online after these updates.
NOTE: GPAs are not updated at this time.
Grade Submission Ends - 5 p.m. 3/24/14 All grade submission ends at 5 p.m. (Monday after finals week.)
Grade Processing is Complete 3/26/14 All grade processing is complete. Students' academic records, GPAs,
and academic standings have been updated and are available for students online.

Dates & Deadlines Spring 2014


Date Notes
Grade Rosters Available Online 6/2/14 Available Online
Grade Roll Begins 6/09/14 "Submitted" grades will be processed (rolled) into student records nightly, 2-6 a.m.
Students will be able to access their grades online after these updates.
NOTE: GPAs are not updated at this time.
Grade Submission Ends - 5 p.m. 6/16/14 All grade submission ends at 5 p.m. (Monday after finals week.)
Grade Processing is Complete 6/18/14 All grade processing is complete. Students' academic records, GPAs,
and academic standings have been updated and are available for students online.

 

Dates & Deadlines Summer 2014


Date Notes
Grade Rosters Available Online for All Sessions 6/23/14 Available Online
Grade Submission for Sessions 2, 6, B2, & B3 7/21/14

Grade submission for sessions 2, 6, B2, & B3 ends at 5 p.m.

Grade Roll for Sessions 2, 6, B2, & B3 7/23/14

"Submitted" grades for sessions 2, 6, B2, & B3 will be processed (rolled) into students records.  Students will be able to access their grades online after these updates.

NOTE: GPAs are not updated at this time.

Grade Submission for Sessions 3, 4, B1, B4, & B5 8/18/14 Grade submission for sessions 3, 4, B1, B4, & B5 ends at 5 p.m.
Grade Roll for Sessions 3, 4, B1, B4, & B5 8/20/14

"Submitted" grades for sessions 3, 4, B1, B4, & B5 will be processed (rolled) into students records.  Students will be able to access their grades online after these updates.

NOTE: GPAs are not updated at this time.

Grade Submission for Sessions 1, 5, B6, & B11 9/08/14 Grade submission for sessions 1, 5, B6, & B11 ends at 5 p.m.
Grade Roll for Sessions 1, 5, B6, & B11 9/10/14

"Submitted grades for sessions 1, 5, B6, & B11 will be processed (rolled) into student records.  Students will be able to access their grades online after these updates.

Grade Processing is Complete 9/10/14 All grade processing is complete.  Students' academic records, GPA's, and academic standings have been updated and are available for students online.

Keyed Entry

  1. Log on to MyOSU using your ONID username and password. For assistance with your GAP, call the Computer Helpdesk, 541-737-3474, osuhelpdesk@oregonstate.edu.
  2. Choose the Faculty/Advisors tab
  3. Choose the Final Grades Menu
  4. Choose the first option on the list; Final Grades - Keyed Entry
  5. Select the appropriate term from the drop-down menu, and then click "Submit."
  6. The classes you teach will appear in a drop-down box. Select the CRN for which you want to process grades, and then click "Submit."
  7. Your grade roster will display with twenty-five students per page.
  8. Enter a grade for each student by selecting a grade from the drop-down list in the "Grade" column. Only those grade marks valid for the section will appear as choices. You may need to scroll down to see the entire list of grade options. If you are not a mouse clicker, you can tab through the grade roster and type in the grade.
  9. Highlight the first student's grade box. Type in the grade (A, B, etc.). If you wish to award a plus or minus, continue typing the grade until the correct variation appears. (That is, hit B twice for B+ and three times for B-). Tab twice to grade the next student.
  10. If a grade appears for a student, the student has already been graded. Withdrawn classes ('W' grades), or thesis classes ('R' grades) are recorded (rolled) prior to the grading period and are not available for update.
  11. Scroll down to the bottom of the roster and click on "Submit" to input the page of grades to Banner. Choose the next record set to get to the next page.
  12. Continue entering grades and submitting the pages until you are finished.
  13. When finished, click on "View Missing Final Grades" to see if you omitted any grades. If so, enter the grade and resubmit the page of grades.

Tips

  • If the word "confidential" appears next to a student's name, all of the student's information (in addition to grades) is to be kept confidential
  • There is a 60-minute time limit per page.
  • Click on "View Missing Final Grades" to see if you have omitted any grades.
  • Click on a student's name to view the student's address(es) and phone(s).

File Upload

Process

Text files must contain a minimum of Student IDs and Grades, formatted as either Comma Separated Values (CSV) of Tab Separated Values (TSV) on the same computer.

For the typical example, an instructor downloads his/her class list from Faculty & Advisors Menu Class List Download or the Student Data Warehouse as a Comma Separated Values (CSV) file. This file would then be uploaded into Excel. Each student would be loaded into a Row and each data element for that student would be loaded into the Columns of that Row.

The instructor would then save the completed document, with final grades, as a CSV file.

Using the Final Grades - File Upload process, the instructor uploads his/her complete grade book file. The instructor only has to identify the locations (columns) of the data needed for grading. All other data columns are ignored. For example if the CRN was in Column 1, Student ID in Column 2 and Final Grade in Column 19, those would be the only columns needed to be identified in the Grade Upload forms.

After processing the file, there will be a summary presentation of each record in the file and the results (success or failure) of that individual record. Records that fail are displayed with messages indicating the errors.

Grade book files could be submitted more than once. However, once a student's grades have been processed into their record, subsequent records that attempt to change that grade will be rejected.

Course Identifiers

Courses to be graded must be identified by using only one of the following four methods. The first and second methods are universally applied to the grade book file submitted and are external to it; the values are selected on the final grade upload Web page. The third and fourth methods require the selection criteria to be included with the grade book file for each record, and as such, the grade book file could contain grades for different courses.

1) Subject/Course: An instructor who teaches multiple sections of the same course sometimes treats the combination of all sections as "one" course and maintains only one grade book file for all students in all sections. Using the Subject/Course selection criteria, the upload process will attempt to match each student in the grade book file to the course taught by this instructor, with a matching Subject and Course, regardless of the Section Number.

2) CRN: Using the CRN selection criteria, the upload process will attempt to match each student in the grade book file to the course taught by this instructor matching this specific CRN.

3) Data Items Subject/Course/Section: The upload process will attempt to match the student, subject, course number and section number in each file record to the course taught by the instructor.

4) Data Item CRN: The upload process will attempt to match the student and CRN in each file record to the course taught by this instructor.

Instructions

1) Log on to MyOSU using your ONID username and password. For assistance with your GAP, call the Computer Helpdesk, 541-737-3474, osuhelpdesk@oregonstate.edu.

2) Choose the Faculty/Advisors tab

3) Choose the Final Grades Menu

4) Choose the Final Grades - File Upload option

5) Select the appropriate term from the drop down menu, and then click "Submit."

6) The classes you teach will appear in a drop down box. Select the CRN for which you want to process grades, and then click "Submit."

7) Follow the steps outlined on this form to submit your file.

  • Enter path/file name
  • Indicate file type (comma separated values or tab delimited values)
  • Identify course identifiers common to all student grade entries, if not included in each entry.
  • Indicate the position of data elements in a student grade entry (subject code, course number, section number, CRN, student ID number, student name, grade)

8) Click on "Process File." This "submits" your grades to Banner.

9) Review of Final Grade Upload Process - This screen indicates the results of your file submission. If an entry failed to complete successfully, a descriptive error message will be displayed. To immediately enter or correct grades (or to review your work), return to the Faculty and Advisors menu and choose the "Final Grades - Keyed Entry" option. Be sure to "submit" your corrections. (You may also make corrections by resubmitting your file, through Final Grades - File Upload process. If so, be sure to check results of this submission).

10) Missing Grades - If there are students registered for one of the classes just processed who did not receive a grade, that information will be listed at the end of the Review of Processing page. You may make corrections by accessing "Final Grades - Keyed Entry", making the changes, and then clicking on "Submit."

11) Changing Grades on a Later Day - Grades submitted to Banner are processed (rolled) into a student's record nightly from the first day of finals through the final date. Accessing the "Final Grades - Keyed Entry Form" you will see a column called "Rolled," If a Y appears in that column, you know that the grades have already been entered into the student's record. To change a grade that has been rolled, use the Change Posted Grades option in the Final Grades menu.

Tips

  • Large files may take a few minutes for processing before the Review of Processing screen appears.
  • Be sure to correct any problems or missing grades.
  • Click on a "student's name" to access the student's address and phone number.
  • If the word confidential appears next to a student's name, all of the student's information, in addition to grades, is to be kept confidential.

Upload from Blackboard

  1. Login to MyOSU using your ONID username and password. For assistance, call the Computer Helpdesk, 541-737-3474, osuhelpdesk@oregonstate.edu.
  2. Click the Faculty/Advisors tab
  3. Choose the Final Grades Menu
  4. Choose the first option on the list; Final Grades — Upload from Blackboard
  5. Select the appropriate term from the drop down menu, and then click "Submit."
  6. The classes you teach via Blackboard will appear in a drop down box. Select the CRN for which you want to process grades, and then click "Submit."
  7. Select the "Missing Grades Report" to confirm that all grades have been submitted. If a name or names appears on this report, simply click on the Subject & Course Number head to be taken directly to the keyed entry menu for the course where you can key in the students grade(s).

Who Can Submit Grades

Who's eligible to submit grades?

Faculty members who have been listed by their department as the primary instructors. Non-primary instructors with a percent workload responsibility of greater than 0%, who have been identified in Banner as "graders" and are cleared for online grading access.

Assign an Eligible Instructor

If a faculty member is not able to obtain their CRN online for grading purposes, it may be because this person has not been formally listed as an instructor on SSASECT or SYASECT in Banner.

Access Banner and follow these two steps:

    1) Contact Schedule Desk to set up new faculty and graders. Once the Schedule Desk has set up the faculty in Banner, proceed to the next step.
    2) Access SYASECT. Enter term and CRN. Next block. (Note: Grey colored areas are for Registrar's office use only.) Click on first empty ID box. Enter ID and tab. If the individual you are adding does not have teaching responsibility, you must change the percentage from 100 to zero. If they do have teaching responsibility, you may adjust the percentages so they equal 100%. Save entry. In some cases you may need to override the entry due to a time conflict. Simply type a capital O in the O (override) column and save entry.

You have now tied the grader to a specific course.

Monitoring Grade Processing

Several tools are available to departments for monitoring grade submission by your faculty.

Class List

This report provides an avenue for printing class lists for the current term and also a grade roster for a department once grade processing is complete.

    For Class List - log onto Banner Data Warehouse. Select SIS Student- SIS Reports. Select Current Term Class List. Fill in the parameters. Print the report.
    For Grade Roster - log onto Banner Data Warehouse. Select SIS Student - SIS Reports. Select Past Term Class List. Fill in the parameters. Print the report.

Missing Grade Report

This report helps departmental staff monitor which grades are outstanding. Departmental staff who wish to monitor every grade roster should print the report at the beginning of grade submission (Monday of dead week) and continue to run the report as needed to review the department's submission progress.

Appworx Submission Process:

    1) Login to Appworx. The link, Appworx Job Submission, is available from the My Links section of the Banner General Menu.
    2) Choose the Requests option.
    3) Choose SFR2700 from the job list and click Request.
    4) Fill in the Parameter Values:

Print Mode

D (Detail)

Term

201101 (Term must equal Banner Term Code, 201101 = Fall 2010)

Part of Term

Enter "1" for Corvallis campus.  Enter "B1" for Bend Campus. For Summer term enter & run for each part of term separately.  Please refer to the session numbers as listed in the Summer Schedule of Classes.

Department

ART (Enter department code)

Campus Code

% (% = all; C = Corvallis; D% = Ecampus courses; B = OSU-Cascades; for others contact the Registrar's Office, 541-737-4048)

    5) The Start Date will default to today’s date and to the time when you initiated your Request. It will run immediately upon Submission or you may designated a different Start Date day/time.
    6) Click the Submit button.
    7) Close the Request window.
    8) To monitor the progress of the job choose the Backlog menu item. The progress of the job is displayed in the Status column.
    9) The report results will be e-mailed to you.
    10) If you do not currently receive Banner “.lis” or do not have the “.lis” file type associated to an application:
    • Go to Start.
    • Open Control Panel
    • Open Folder Options in Control Panel
    • Select the File Types tab
    • Find LIS file type in the Registered File Types box and select it.
    • Select the Change button under Details for “LIS” extention.
    • Select “WordPad” and click on OK
    11) If you currently receive Banner “.lis” files but they automatically open in Notepad:
    • Go to Start.
    • Open Control Panel.
    • Open Folder Options in Control Panel.
    • Select the File Types tab.
    • On the File Types tab, click New.
    • In the File Extension box type LIS and then click Advanced.
    • In the Associated File Type box, select Wordpad Document.
    • Click OK.

Preliminary Grades

Departments are able to run Spring Term Preliminary Missing Grades by using SFR2690 in step 1. The Spring Term Preliminary Missing Grades does not have the part of term parameter.

Web Grading FAQ's

What kind of computer do I need to do online grading?

You may use a PC or a Mac, a desktop or a laptop and any operating systems (Windows, NT, even Linux) You may access online rosters from on campus in offices or computer labs, from your home, or anywhere in the world. Minimally, you need an Internet connection, Netscape or Internet Explorer version 4.X or higher, and your Web browser set to accept cookies. (This service supports only MS Explorer and Netscape. It does not support AOL or Safari.) If you have problems with the redirection process, connect directly to http://infosu.oregonstate.edu and choose "Student Registration and Records." If you are on AOL or Safari, use a Netscape or Explorer browser instead of the default one. If the system still does not function properly, visit http://infosu.oregonstate.edu and choose "Administrative Computing" (at the bottom right of the page) to report the problem via e-mail.

How do I access Web for Faculty and Advisors?

  • Login to MyOSU with your ONID username and password. If you've forgotten your ONID credentials, contact the OSU Computer Helpdesk at 541-737-3474. If you do not know your OSU ID, contact the Center for HR Systems and Technology at 541-737-8300.
  • Select the Faculty/Advisor tab.
  • Choose from the menu of services available.

When are online grade rosters available?

Refer to Dates and Deadlines for dates.

I can't see one of my CRNs in the dropdown box. What's wrong?

You need to be listed as a primary instructor or grader for each course you are teaching and grading. Check with your departmental office to correct.

Will my work be saved if I have to log off?

If you have clicked the "submit grades" box at the bottom of a page, that page is saved within Banner. If you have not "submitted" your grades, your entries will not be saved.

I want to change a grade I entered earlier? How do I do that?

As long as you have "submitted" prior to logging off from your computer, your previously entered grades will be available for update prior to any grade processing done by the Registrar's Office. The Registrar's Office will process grades nightly during Finals Week until grade processing is finished from 2 am–6 am. As a further check to see if grades have been processed, access Final Grades-Keyed Entry and check the column on Rolled; Y means grades are processed (rolled), N means grades are not processed (rolled). If the column has a Y (yes), the grade has already been processed. If the grade has been processed grade changes and removals of incomplete can be made online via the Online Grade Change feature. Please note that the Online Grade Change Feature will be disabled from, 5:00 pm Friday of Finals Week until the following Thursday morning, to allow for end of term processing. Once the feature is reengaged you will be able to enter the system and make any necessary changes.

When will students see their grades on the Web?

Grades are available to students on the Web following the nightly processing by the Registrar's Office. The final posting of grades and the updating of GPAs and academic standings are done the Tuesday night following Finals Week.

Can someone else enter my grades for me?

It is the responsibility of the instructor of the course to assess the students, calculate the appropriate grade, and submit grades for the their students. Only the instructor of record can submit grades for a course. In no circumstances should you share your General Access PIN (GAP) with another person.

I am team teaching a course with another faculty member?

Which one of us has access to online grade rosters for our course? If your department office has designated more than one instructor with teaching and grading responsibilities, both persons should be able to grade. Check with your departmental staff if there is a problem.

I have students enrolled in thesis. How do they get graded?

Students in thesis courses are pre-graded with R grades and do not need updating by the instructor.

I have my grades stored on an Excel spreadsheet. What is the easiest way for me to submit them?

Faculty members may upload files of grades into the Web. You will need to create a file from the data on your spreadsheet. See Help for File Upload of Grades.

How do I get a paper copy of the grades I have entered?

If paper copies are desired, you may copy the grades from your Web forms page by page. These grades will remain accessible to you on the Web for 5 terms. Or, after grading has been completed on June 18, you may access the Data Warehouse. Select SIS Student - SIS Reports. Select past term and click on class list button. Fill in parameters. Print the report.

Who to contact for more help

Office of the Registrar
102 Kerr Administration Building
541-737-4331

Instructor Access Request Form

FERPA training is required before requesting access to Faculty Self-service. The FERPA tutorial is at http://oregonstate.edu/is/training/admin-systems-training/sis-training/ferpa. You must first complete the tutorial, print out the completion certificate, sign it (digital signatures are not accepted), scan it as a PDF, and attach it to this form. You must be using a university email address.


This form is only for OSU faculty (not Graduate Teaching Assistants) who are the primary instructors for a course, lab, or recitation.


Graduate Teaching Assistants, working with a primary instructor will be assigned to their courses by the instructor through Blackboard Access for TA’s at http://oregonstate.edu/registrar/blackboard-access-ta039s.


ONID Account: If you do not have an ONID account, please create one at http://oregonstate.edu/helpdocs/accounts/onid-osu-network-id.

After completing FERPA training, please print your confirmation and sign the document. After signing, scan the document and attach here.

Registration

Dates & Deadlines

Consult this calendar for information about deadlines associated with registration.

Finding Courses

Need to find courses from current or past terms? Here are some resources to meet that need.

Prerequisite Enforcement

Enforcement of prerequisites is a powerful tool for managing your courses and setting up students to succeed in a course. Learn about how to enforce prerequisites for your course.

Priority Registration

Registration occurs in two phases. Students are given access to each phase of registration in batches according to their student status and earned credit hours. A general overview of the priority registration schedule is available on this website. Detailed information about your date and time for registration is available via MyOSU: click on Student tab and under Registration Tools select View Registration Priority Status.

Restriction Overrides

Courses may be restricted in many ways; prerequisites, corequisites, majors/minors/options, college, class standing and others. Restrictions are displayed in the class schedule. The ability to make exceptions to these restrictions lies with the department offering the course. Instructions for providing exceptions is provided in this section.

Tuition & Fee Payment

Students enrolled in courses beyond the end of the add/drop period are responsible for at least a portion of the applicable tuition and fees.

Waitlisting

Departments can choose to use electronic waitlisting on course sections. Review the provided information to learn more about how this tool can be used to manage enrollment in courses.

Dates & Deadlines

The academic calendar defines the dates and deadlines for registration transactions within a given term. You may use this calendar to view dates and deadlines for different terms. Please refer to this calendar often.

 

Finding Courses

The course catalog and schedule of classes are powerful tools for managing and finding courses. Use these to find or help students find courses.


Search for courses using the online Schedule of Classes

Using the online schedule of classes you can search class listings in several ways. You can define your criteria in the Search All Schedules of Classes. If you know you are looking for something more specific you can begin your search in a specific subsection such as Baccalaureate Core Schedules or Undergraduate Schedules by Subject. Once you’ve defined your criteria and located the course/courses that you are interested in make note of the CRN for registration purposes.


Need to find a baccalaureate core course?

Watch our Searching for Baccalaureate Core Courses video tutorial or go straight to the baccalaureate core courses section of the general catalog.

Do you have concerns about building accessibility?

Visit the campus accessibility site maintained by Disability Access Services and learn the about the accessibility of buildings on campus.

Do you need to search for a course from a prior term?

Find courses scheduled over the previous two years in the online catalog archives.

PDFs of all past schedules of classes are available in ScholarsArchive@OSU at http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/handle/1957/2049.

Prerequisite Enforcement

The official prerequisite policy is available for you to review. Also, for your convenience we have provided additional information here that you may find helpful.

Definitions:

  • Prerequisite–a course(s) that must be satisfactorily completed before enrolling in another course.
  • Concurrent–a prerequisite course that could be taken either concurrently with or completed before another course.
  • Co-requisite–a course that must be taken concurrently with another course.

Remember:

  • All sections of the same course will carry the same prerequisite. Prerequisites should only be enforced where there is substantial evidence that a specific prerequisite course is essential for success in a given class. Departments should be selective and targeted in their decisions.
  • Enforcing prerequisites for 100- or 200-level courses (with the exception of certain courses such as math or foreign language) should be greatly limited. Students will have real difficulty fulfilling bacc core requirements in a timely manner if many of these courses require the completion of course prerequisites. Also, students who are dually enrolled will be at a disadvantage because their partner school enrollments are not entered into their Banner records until after the next term begins.
  • Departments are encouraged to review their decisions regarding OSU equivalents for transfer courses and make certain they are up-to-date and complete. Revisions and changes coded into Banner, by submission to the Office of Admission, will help reduce the number of students who are seeking exceptions and the amount of time all concerned have to spend dealing with special permissions. Keep in mind, most students have transfer credit as part of their academic history.
  • Be prepared to handle exceptions and appeals from students in a rapid manner. Students register 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and often must compete for available space in classes. A delay of 2 or 3 days could mean the student loses his/her one window of opportunity to claim a seat in a class.
  • Expect slightly lower enrollments in courses with enforced prerequisites. Drops in enrollment may be temporary for the first few terms of enforcement or they may indicate permanent patterns as well. Some students will shy away from elective courses that have enforced prerequisites.

What prerequisites will be checked during registration?

Only those courses—selected by the departments—with a specific subject prefix and number, such as MTH 111, that have been completed with a passing grade of D– or better prior to enrollment or concurrent with the course being registered for. Some colleges have higher minimum passing grade requirements.

How does course prerequisite checking work during registration?

Banner checks the student's academic record, including transfer credit, to see if the prerequisite course has been successfully completed with a passing grade. If the course was not successfully completed, the student will be told the prerequisite has not been met and he or she will not be allowed to register for that course. Prerequisite checking will occur for all students who wish to take the course, regardless of level, rank, or college.

Banner also counts as "satisfied" any prerequisite that the student is currently enrolled in. However, if the student fails to satisfactorily complete the currently enrolled prerequisite course after registration, he or she will be disenrolled from the next term's course (effective for winter 2012 registration).

What course prerequisites CAN Banner enforce

  • Specific courses with subject and number, e.g. SOC 204, that are satisfactorily completed.
  • Transfer equivalents to OSU courses articulated by the Office of Admissions.
  • Standardized placement test scores that have been recorded in Banner.

What course prerequisites CANNOT be enforced by Banner?

  • Generic courses, such as a "social science course"
  • Courses not offered by OSU
  • Transfer credit that has not been articulated to a specific OSU subject/number, such as LDT and UDT course numbers
  • Older OSU courses (pre 1990) no longer contained in our Banner catalog
  • Courses for which the student received a mark of N, W, I, F, U, AU, Y
  • Undergraduate-level prereqs for graduate-level courses (The system does not search undergraduate transcripts of graduate students.)

Will we still have prerequisites that are not enforced?

Yes, departments may continue to list prereqs that are not enforced during registration. Such prereqs may be enforced at the instructor's or department's discretion after registration. Both types of prereqs will be listed in the General Catalog and online Schedule of Classes (SOC) and labeled as "PREREQS:"

How do transfer credits satisfy prerequisites?

Transfer credits are brought into a student's OSU record when the Office of Admissions articulates those credits to OSU equivalents as directed by departments. Where there are no direct equivalents, the transfer credit will not count toward prerequisite compliance during registration without an override exception being granted by the department.

How will we handle exceptions and appeals?

Some students who do not meet prerequisites may wish to appeal to the offering department for an exception. Departments will be able to grant exceptions by entering overrides into Banner. Overrides will then allow the student to continue with their registration. If desired, override permissions may be entered into Banner in advance to the start of registration, with an override code of PREQ.

Questions?

Contact Larry Bulling at 7-9889 or email larry.bulling@oregonstate.edu.

Priority Registration

What is priority registration?

The priority registration schedule assigns students dates and times for registering according to their student status and credits earned. The registration schedule is separated into two phases. During the first phase undergraduate students are only eligible to enroll in a maximum of 16 credits and waitlisting is not available. Students may enroll from their eligibility date until the end of Phase I. At the close of Phase I registration is closed for a business day while the system is enabled for Phase II. During Phase II of registration students may waitlist courses that have waitlisting available and the maximum credits for undergraduates is raised to 19.

The priority registration schedule

The priority registration schedule represents a range of dates and times during which students meeting the stated criteria are eligible to register. For detailed information about student registration dates and times, log into MyOSU, click on the Student tab, and under Registration Tools select "View Priority Registration Status.” Here students will see the specific dates and times assigned to them for Phase I and Phase II of registration. A student's registration status and times will be available approximately one week before registration begins.

Phase I & II in Online Catalog See Priority Registration calendars by term.

Restriction Overrides

This procedure allows a student access to a course they would otherwise be restricted from enrolling in.

    1) Type "SFASRPO" into the Direct Access box on Banner's General Menu screen in order to access the Student Restriction Permit-Override Form.
    2) Fill in the ID and Term boxes.
    Term example: ID of Student needing restriction override, Term: 201201
    3) Page down to Permit box.
    4) Enter Permit-Override Code. (See codes below.)
    5) Tab to CRN box and enter specific course CRN.
    6) Save the entry to complete your transaction.
    7) The students can now register themselves on the Web.

Restriction Permit—Override Codes

ALL Allow all Overrides (except campus)
ALP Alpha Section Override
ATT Attribute Override
CAM Campus Override
CAP Capacity Override
CLA Class Override
COL College/Major/Minor/Option Override
DEGR Degree Override
DUP Duplicate Section Override
FOS Field of Study Override
LEV Level Override
LKL Linked Lab Override (capacity)
LKR Linked Recitation Override (capacity)
PREQ Prereq/Coreq override
SAPR Special Approval Override (use for Department Override)
TIM Time Conflict

Tuition & Fee Payment

To maintain registration eligibility for each term a student must keep their account in good standing. Visit the Business Affairs website for detailed information available about student billing.

Statements

Students can view their bill by logging into their MyOSU account and clicking on the Paying for College tab.

When is payment due?

E-bill statements are sent to ONID accounts on the 5th of the month. Balances not paid by the 1st of the following month considered past due and interest begins to accrue.

Payment Options

Bills may be paid via e-check, personal check, money order, cash, or credit card.

Waitlisting

If the course you want to enroll in is closed see if it has an available waitlist. Courses can be waitlisted online during Phase II of registration; refer to the priority registration calendar.


Watch a how-to video about how to waitlist courses

If you’ve never waitlisted a course before watch the Waitlisting a Course video to get started.


If you know the CRN of the course: login to MyOSU, click on the Student tab and under Registration Tools click on Add/Drop Classes. Select the term and scroll to the bottom of the page, enter the CRN and click submit. The page will reload. Scroll to the bottom, use the action column to choose waitlist, and click submit again. Scroll to the bottom of the page and verify that you have been waitlisted for the course.

To waitlist a course using the Class Search feature: login to MyOSU, click on the Student tab and under Registration Tools click on Add/Drop Classes, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click Class Search. Here you can define the criteria for the course you are looking for. Once the course is identified select it and click Add to Worksheet. The Add/Drop classes page will reload. Submit the request. Scroll to the bottom, use the action column to choose waitlist, and click submit again. Scroll to the bottom of the page and verify that you have been waitlisted for the course.

Waitlist Info.

With the exception of Summer term, waitlisting will be available only in Phase 2 of the priority registration schedule.

Not all classes will have waitlisting. Departments will choose which sections will have a wait list. The online schedule and course look up will display waitlist details for each section including the waitlist maximum and the remaining waitlist seats.

All registration restrictions (prerequisites, major/minor/option, etc...), with the exception of Duplicates, Links, and Time conflicts, are enforced at the time a student waitlists the course. However any, duplicates, links, and time conflicts must be resolved at the time the student enrolls in the waitlisted course.

Waitlisting remains active through Sunday midnight at the beginning of the second week of classes. Students may waitlist up to 3 courses.

Check out our WL FAQ's for more information.

How Does It Work?

Once you are on the waitlist for a course monitor your ONID email account frequently.

When an opening becomes available you will receive an email directing you to return to your registration and enroll in the course within the designated 24 hour window.

If you do not enroll in the course within 24 hours you will be removed from the waitlist.

At the time you attempt to register for the course the system will check for registration errors including; Time Conflicts, Duplicates, and Link Errors. If you have a registration error, you must resolve it and enroll within the 24 hours or you will be removed from the waitlist and the available seat will be passed on to the next student on the waitlist.

Web for Faculty & Advisors

Provides access to:

  • Class lists
  • Student schedules and basic student information including student e-mail addresses
  • Access to transcripts, advising worksheets, MyDegrees
  • Student PINs

Web for Advisors

Advisors who currently have Banner access for advisors are eligible to use Web for Advisors. You will be able to access some basic student information (name, address, e-mail, major, etc.), unofficial student transcripts, advising worksheets, degree evaluations (degree audit/progress reports), student advising PINs and student schedules. If you do not currently have Banner access for advising, you may submit a Request for Access to the Computing Center, followed by a short mandatory training session. (Click here for the Request for Access, OSU Systems form.)

Click here for training sessions information and sign up. (Enterprise Computing Services Workshop Descriptions)

To access Web for Faculty and Advisors:

  • Login to MyOSU with your ONID username and password. If you've forgotten your ONID credentials, contact the OSU Computer Helpdesk at 541-737-3474. If you do not know your OSU ID, contact the Center for HR Systems and Technology at 541-737-8300.
  • Select the Faculty/Advisor tab.
  • Choose from the menu of services available.

Reminder: Please follow OSU guidelines for release of student record information.


Web for Faculty

Faculty members who have been officially assigned as instructors for a class or classes will have access to the class lists for those courses. Also available will be basic information (name, address, e-mail, major, etc.) about students in your classes. If you have not been officially assigned as an instructor for the course, contact your department for assistance.

To access Web for Faculty and Advisors:

  • Login to MyOSU with your ONID username and password. If you've forgotten your ONID credentials, contact the OSU Computer Helpdesk at 541-737-3474. If you do not know your OSU ID, contact the Center for HR Systems and Technology at 541-737-8300.
  • Select the Faculty/Advisor tab.
  • Choose from the menu of services available.

Downloading a Class List from the Web

  1. Log into MyOSU
  2. Click on Faculty/Advisor tab
  3. Click on Class List/Grade List File Download
  4. Select term, click Submit
  5. Select Course you wish to download
  6. Choose File Type (Comma Separated or Tab Separated)
  7. Select any additional information you wish by selecting in Field choices
  8. Click Create Class List
  9. Click Save
  10. Choose file to save in and create a meaningful name for the file
  11. Click Save
  12. Repeat if necessary (5 through 11)
  13. Exit Online Services if you have completed all downloads
  14. Go to folder on your computer where you stored file
  15. Open File - an error window will appear, choose "Select the Program From a List"
  16. Click OK
  17. Select Excel form the list
  18. Adjust column widths
  19. Save Excel File
  20. You are ready to use the class list in Excel

For questions, you may contact Tom Watts, Associate Registrar, Office of the Registrar, 541-737-4048

Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) Access Request Form

This form is only for Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) who are the primary instructors for a course, lab, or recitation and will not be assisting an instructor in Blackboard.

Graduate Teaching Assistants not considered primary instructors must use Blackboard Access for TA's at http://oregonstate.edu/registrar/blackboard-access-ta039s.

ONID Account: If you do not have an ONID account, please create one at http://oregonstate.edu/helpdocs/accounts/onid-osu-network-id.

FERPA training is required before requesting access to Faculty Self-service. The FERPA tutorial is at http://oregonstate.edu/is/training/admin-systems-training/sis-training/f.... You must first complete the tutorial, print out the completion certificate, sign it (digital signatures are not accepted), scan it as a PDF, and attach it to this form. You must be using a university email address.

No hyphens, please.

Notices to Students

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Notices to Students: The Registrar’s Office periodically notifies students about services and deadlines via their ONID email accounts. Advisors may see which messages are sent to particular students and the dates the Registrar's Office anticipates sending the notice.

Policies & Regulations

From admission to graduation there are academic regulations for guidance. By educating yourself about university regulations you will be aware of the available options, existing restrictions, and university requirements.

Some academic regulations afford you the opportunity to request certain actions be taken.  In these instances the university provides structured policies & procedures by which requests can be submitted, reviewed, and decisions rendered.

The Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (fondly known of as FERPA) restricts what information can be released about students and in what capacity that information is to be used. The university takes the privacy of records very seriously. Please review this information, refer to it regularly, and contact our office with any questions.

Regulations

The university has defined Academic Regulations to guide students, faculty, and advisors. Refer to these regulations often. Here we address some of regulations we regularly receive questions about, but this does not address every academic regulation.

Exams, Attendance, Repeated Courses, & more… (for Students) (for Faculty/Staff)

When in doubt, refer to the Academic Regulations to determine if there are existing rules to help guide you.

Grades, Honor Roll, and Academic Standing (for Students) (for Faculty/Staff)

Learn about the OSU grading system, GPA calculation process, and academic standing rules.

Institutional Degree Requirements (for Students) (for Faculty/Staff)

In addition to college and major requirements the university has defined university level requirements that must be met in order for a bacclaureate degree to be awarded.

Registration Regulations (for Students) (for Faculty/Staff)

There are policies and procedures for all registration procedures. Refer to the Registration Regulations section of this site for more information.

Exams, Repeated Courses, & More

Exams

Learn more about the rules governing Finals Week by reading Academic Regulation 16.

Any student that wishes to pursue an exam for credit or waiver should familiarize themselves with the rules. Academic Regulation 23 provides the rules for Special Examination for Credit, while Academic Regulation 24 addresses the Special Examination for Waiver requirements. To request an exam for credit or waiver they must carefully read and follow all instructions to complete the Petition Examination for Credit/Waiver form. The completed petition is returned to the Office of the Registrar.

Repeated Courses

Students who are considering repeating a course for any reason should consult Academic Regulation 20 to learn how their academic record will be effected.  You may also view our Repeated Courses video, which includes examples of how repeat rules are applied in certain common situations.

& more…

    Admission for Nondegree Students (Academic Regulation 1)
    Credit from an Unaccredited Institution (Undergraduate Students) (Academic Regulation 3)
    Classifying Students (Academic Regulation 4)
    Transfer from One College to Another (Undergraduate Students) (Academic Regulation 5)
    Eligibility (Academic Regulation 10)
    Honesty in Academic Work (Academic Regulation 15)
    Credit from a Two-Year Institution (Undergraduate Students) (Academic Regulation 2)

Grades, Honor Roll, & Academic Standing

Attendance

Instructors may consider attendance in the calculation of students’ grades. Refer to Academic Regulation 14 for more details.

Grades

Academic Regulations 17-19 describe the OSU grading system. The available grades and their associated point values are explained. Here you can also learn about the alternative grading system and the rules associated with these systems.

Honor Roll

As stated in Academic Regulation 21 each term a list is published containing the names of students that completed at least 12 graded credits hours with a 3.5 or higher GPA. OSU News and Research Communications sends the Honor Roll to newspapers each term. Term-by-term honor rolls are posted here.

Academic Standing

Students are expected to maintain the satisfactory academic progress standards set out in Academic Regulation 22. There are four possible academic standing statuses.

  1. Good Standing – Students with a term and cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above.
  2. Academic Warning – Students with a term GPA below 2.0. 
  3. Academic Probation – Students who have attempted1 24 or more credits at OSU and have an OSU cumulative GPA below 2.0 will be placed on Academic Probation. Students who attain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better are removed from Academic Probation.
  4. Academic Suspension – Students on Academic Probation who have a subsequent term GPA below 2.0.
    • Suspended students are denied all privileges of the university including living in any university-recognized living groups.
    • Suspended students will be reinstated after 2 years OR after completing 24 transferable quarter credits with a GPA of 2.50 or higher for these credits.
    • The Academic Standing Committee addresses requests for exception to Academic Regulation 22.
  5. Reinstatement to the University: Suspended students will be considered for reinstatement to the university after two years or completion of a minimum of 24 quarter credits of transferable college-level work at an accredited college or university, with a GPA of 2.5 or above.

     

    The Faculty Senate Committee on Academic Standing is charged with the responsibility for enforcement of the above regulations on Satisfactory Academic Standing. Additionally, this committee has discretionary authority to grant exceptions and to develop guidelines for the administration of these regulations.

    1 An attempt comprises a final grade in a course where the grade is: A, A–, B+, B, B–, C+, C, C–, D+, D, D–, F, S, U, P, NP, I/Alternate Grade (where the Alternate Grade is one of these grades), W, or Y.

  6. Academic Fresh Start Policy

    Students may petition once with the Registrar to exclude OSU courses from the calculation of institutional requirements, credits, and grade-point average, under the conditions defined in Academic Regulation 31 (Academic Fresh Start Policy).

Institutional Degree Requirements

To receive a degree you must meet institutional, college, and departmental requirements for a baccalaureate degree.

How do I track my progress to my degree?

Maintaining regular contact with your academic advisor is key to ensuring you are making progress towards earning your degree. The university also provides online tools for students to track their degree requirements. Login to MyOSU and under My Student Stuff choose the MyDegrees link to check your degree progress.


Institutional Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees (Academic Regulation 25)

The institutional requirements for baccalaureate degrees are described in Academic Regulation 25. In addition to institutional requirements, students also must meet college and departmental requirements for a baccalaureate degree.

Substitutions

Requests for substitutions should be submitted to the appropriate authority as stated in Academic Regulation 28

Commencement

Academic Regulation 29 states attendance at graduation exercises is optional and attending students are responsible for declaring whether or not they will attend commencement. For further details, visit the Graduation section of this website.

Concurrent/Subsequent Baccalaureate Degrees or Credentials

Academic regulations 26 and 27 govern the requirements for the awarding of additional baccalaureate degrees or credentials.

Registration Regulations

There are academic regulations to help guide students considering making changes to their registration. You may also consult the student registration section of this website for detailed procedural information.

Change in Credits Scheduled (Academic Regulation 6)

Maximum and Minimum Registration (Academic Regulation 7)

Late Registration (Academic Regulation 8)

Admission to Class (Academic Regulation 9)

Adding or Dropping Courses (Academic Regulation 11)

Withdrawal from Individual Courses (Academic Regulation 12)

Withdrawal from the University (Academic Regulation 13)

Auditing Courses (Academic Regulation 30)

Policies

OSU has defined a number of policies to govern the operation of the university. They are published by the administering offices for easy reference.


General University Policies

OSU’s President and the President’s Cabinet have established general university policies to apply to faculty, staff, and students at Oregon State University. Be aware of these policies and where they reside should you find need to refer to them during the course of your career at OSU.


Computing Resources

Policies regulating use of computing resources

OSU has defined an Acceptable Use of University Computing Resources policy to ensure that computing resources are used in a manner befitting the standards of the OSU community. Educate yourself regarding the policy and use resources responsibly.

Examination Policies

The examination policies regulating group exams, final exams, exam conflict resolution, and petitions to change the time of an exam are provided in the catalog. Final and group exam schedules for current and near future terms are also available at this link.

Guidelines for Release of Email Addresses

The following guidelines, defined by the vice provost for information services and the university registrar, apply to the release of email addresses in compliance with FERPA and OSU’s policy, Acceptable Use of University Computing Facilities, which states, "The electronic mail system shall not be used for "broadcasting" of unsolicited mail (unless authorized by the department chair or unit head) or for sending chain letters. (Definition of Broadcast: More than one person as recipient & Definition of Unsolicited: Without authorization.)

The communication system shall not be used for sending of material that reasonably would be considered obscene, offensive, or threatening by the recipient or another viewer of the material." See Acceptable Use of University Computing Resources.

Authorizing Agents:

  • Unit heads can authorize unsolicited broadcast e-mails to recipients within the unit.
  • The special assistant to the provost can authorize unsolicited broadcast emails to faculty and staff.
  • The Registrar's Office can authorize unsolicited broadcast requests to the entire student body or to smaller numbers of students.

Criteria for Authorization of Student Email Messages:

  • The purpose of the email must be related to the university's educational mission with specific relationship to the students being contacted.
  • The email must be memo style, not promotional, and must not appear to be advertising.
  • Parameters used for selecting the student recipients should be so defined that only students who possibly might be interested will be contacted.
  • Student surveys may be approved if the survey will provide data that will improve the unit's services or offerings to students.

Prohibited Messages:

  • Sales of any kind.
  • Anything for profit.
  • Anything viewed as advertising, even for academic or university business, even if there is no fee.

If a request is denied, the requestor will be encouraged to use postal mail.

OSU Discrimination and Harassment Policies

OSU is committed to fostering a welcoming and diverse community environment. OSU Discrimination and Harassment Policies define the behavioral expectations of members of the OSU community.

OSU Policy of Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability

OSU is committed to providing equal opportunities for all of our students. This policy defines the universities commitment to providing equal opportunity and support to disabled students as well as faculty and staff. The offices of Equity and Inclusion and Disability Access Services are available to assist individuals with requests for access.

Prerequisite Policy

Prerequisites are established by Category II approval. No prerequisites or corequisites may be deleted from or added to a course or section without an approved Cat II. Prerequisites for a section must be in place before registration for a term begins.

Record Retention (OAR ‘s)

What records do we retain? How long do we keep them? Refer to the Oregon Administrative Rules to find out. Division 20 governs the maintenance of Student Records.

Re-Use of Course Numbers

Six-Year Moratorium on the Re-Use of Course Numbers:

If a non-credit or academic credit-bearing course is discontinued, that course number may not be re-used within six years of the last time that course was offered at Oregon State University. Any exceptions to this rule are solely at the discretion of the University Registrar.

Student Bereavement

Academic Advising Council
Guidelines for Students, Faculty and Professional Staff Regarding Student Bereavement

Oregon State University (OSU) recognizes students may experience times of grief and bereavement due to the loss of someone close. The development of the Student Bereavement Guidelines was a collaborative effort of the Faculty Senate Executive Committee and Academic Advising Council, Academic Affairs and the Office of the Dean of Student Life. The guidelines are intended to help students and faculty navigate a difficult situation while supporting academic success.

Students:  In the unfortunate event that you experience the loss of a parent, guardian, sibling, spouse, roommate, or other person close to you, please notify or have a friend or family member notify your instructor(s) and academic advisor(s) if an absence is needed. Should you need to be absent from classes, please remember that you are responsible for providing documentation of the death or funeral services attended to your academic advisor(s).  Documentation may include, but is not limited to a Memorial Service program or newspaper/website obituary notice.

If you are absent, upon your return to OSU please arrange to meet with your instructor(s) and advisor(s) to discuss options and strategies for catching up with missed academic work and for completing the term successfully, if possible. Consideration for academic assistance and the opportunity to complete the course are at the discretion of your instructor(s) and dependent on the nature of the course.  Your advisor(s) can also help you access support resources in the OSU community, such as Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Religious Life at OSU staff.  OSU recognizes that in the immediate aftermath of a tragic loss, the farthest thing from your mind may be your academic situation. However, when you are ready and able to resume your studies or to take appropriate steps affecting your academic future, we in the OSU community are available to help you.

For additional information regarding absences from classes or Academic Regulations, please refer to the Dean of Student Life FAQs page:  http://oregonstate.edu/deanofstudents/faculty/absences

Faculty:  The student is responsible for providing academic advisor(s) with documentation of the death or funeral service attended.   The advisor(s) will notify instructors of the receipt of documentation.  Documentation may include, but is not limited to, a Memorial Service program or newspaper/website obituary notice.  Given proper documentation, the instructor may choose to excuse the student from class absences and provide the opportunity to earn equivalent credit and to demonstrate evidence of meeting the learning outcomes for missed assignments or assessments.  Consideration for academic assistance and the opportunity to complete the course through alternate arrangements are at the discretion of the instructor and dependent on the nature of the course. 

In support of these guidelines, it is hoped that OSU instructors will not penalize students who have provided verification of their bereavement needs. Additionally, OSU instructors are asked to offer reasonable compensatory experiences if appropriate, to ensure that students’ academic progress in the course will not be unduly compromised. These might include extending deadlines, allowing make-up exams,  recalculating the weighting of scores from other course assignments or exams, or offering an Incomplete, to name a few. The Center for Teaching and Learning is available to consult with instructors about options for designing compensatory experiences (541-737-2804; ctl@oregonstate.edu). It is up to the instructor to determine what constitutes a reasonable compensatory experience in a given course.

Student Conduct and Community Standards

Students at OSU are expected to behave in a manner consistent with the code of Student Conduct and Community Standards, which stresses abiding by the law and treating one another with dignity and respect. Please familiarize yourself with the established standards and conduct yourself in a manner that will maintain and grow the special community that exists at OSU.

Student Jury Duty Service

Guidelines for Faculty and Professional Staff Regarding Student Jury Duty Service

Oregon State University supports students’ civic and legal responsibilities if called to serve on a jury while enrolled at OSU. Within this context, students who are called to serve on a jury should consult with their faculty and academic advisors about the impact of their jury service on their academic progress. In appropriate cases, students may ask the court to defer their service to a later term. In the event a student serves on a jury, the student is responsible for reporting her/his service and expected absences to instructors as soon as possible.

In support of this service, OSU faculty should not penalize students who have provided verification of their jury duty assignment under course attendance policies. Additionally, OSU faculty are expected to offer reasonable compensatory experiences to ensure that students’ academic progress in the course will not be unduly compromised. These might include extending deadlines, allowing make-up exams, or recalculating the weighting of scores from other course assignments or exams, to name a few. The Center for Teaching and Learning is available to consult with faculty about options for designing compensatory experiences, 541-737-2804; ctl@oregonstate.edu). It is up to the instructor to determine what constitutes a reasonable compensatory experience in a given course.

If a student is forced to withdraw from a course or a term due to a prolonged term of service on a jury, the University will work with the student to mitigate any potential institutional academic and/or financial hardship. Under these guidelines, university offices may consider jury duty among the legitimate reasons to consider granting an exception to policies regarding student financial obligations.  Again, it will be up to the student to initiate changes in her/his enrollment in consultation with academic advisors, the Office of the Registrar, Business Affairs, Housing and Dining Services, and the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.

Faculty may contact Susie Brubaker-Cole, Associate Provost for Academic Success and Engagement, with questions, 541-737-6164.

Students Called to Active Military Duty

The university has developed a policy to provide options to those students being deployed to active military duty. The deployment policy addresses registration, academic, and financial concerns.

Unauthorized Peer-to-Peer File Sharing and Other Copyright Infringement

The University takes copyright infringement seriously. As set forth in the Acceptable Use of University Computing Resources Policy, all students must abide by federal and state copyright laws when using University computing or network resources. The unauthorized publishing or use of copyrighted material on the University computer network is strictly prohibited and users are personally liable for the consequences of such unauthorized use. This specifically applies to Peer-to-Peer or P2P file-sharing of copyrighted music and movies. Students should be aware that by engaging in unauthorized sharing of copyrighted material, they not only violate university policy, but they may also be held criminally and civilly liable by federal and/or state authorities.

Under current copyright law, criminal cases of copyright violation carry a penalty of up to five (5) years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Civil penalties for copyright infringement include a minimum fine of $750 for each work. Oregon State University will subject students who violate this policy to discipline as appropriate. For a first-time violation of this copyright policy, students are required to pass a copyright quiz within 72-hours or else their network access is disabled. Repeated infringement is subject to disciplinary action by the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, up to and including expulsion from the University.

The policy regarding Unauthorized Peer-to-Peer (P2P) File Sharing and Other Copyright Infringement is available in its entirety for review.

Undergraduate Planned Educational Leave Program

The Undergraduate Planned Educational Leave Program is designed to allow a student to pursue other activities that will assist them in clarifying their educational goals, such as job opportunities and experiences away from campus, military deployment, time to resolve personal or medical problems, or other similar pursuits. The PELP allows an undergraduate student to temporarily suspend their academic work for a period of time (in accordance with AR 13a, 13b, and 13c), and resume their studies with minimal procedural difficulties. Utilization of PELP reserves the student’s right to keep their original academic catalog active during their absence. PELP should be used if the student will be absent for four or more terms.

The PELP is available to students who meet the following conditions:

  • Must be an undergraduate student
  • PELP may only be requested one time in the course of a student's academic career (Military deployments are an exception to this limitation. All military personnel who are deployed for military service may submit a voluntary leave request for each deployment.)
  • PELP petitions must be file before the end of the next regular academic term (Fall, Winter, & Spring) after the last term attended
  • Students who have been suspended from OSU for academic and/or conduct reasons are not eligible for PELP

Important Things to Know about PELP:

  • PELP can be applied to as many as six consecutive regular academic terms (not including the summer terms).
  • Submitting a petition for PELP does not withdraw a student from their courses for the current or future terms.
  • There is a $25 non-refundable application fee.
  • PELP began with the 2011–2012 academic year (Summer 2011). Any former OSU students who attended OSU prior to the 2011–2012 academic year and have been absent for four or more consecutive regular academic terms will be held to OSU’s prior policy that resets the academic catalog to the catalog in effect at the time they return to OSU.
  • A notation of the dates of any approved leave will be indicated on each student’s official transcript.
  • Students receiving financial aid need to contact the Financial Aid Office.
  • International students and student athletes should work with their respective advisors prior to filing for PELP.
  • Any student who utilizes PELP and does not return by the specified term will be inactivated and required to file for readmission, resulting in the appropriate adjustment to their catalog term in effect at the time they return to OSU. This will change their baccalaureate core, degree, and major requirements.

To apply for PELP:

  • Complete the PELP form.
  • Obtain all required approvals.
  • Return the completed form to the Office of the Registrar (B102 Kerr Administration Bldg.) for review.

Privacy of Records

FERPA – Right to Privacy

What is FERPA? FERPA stands for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. This legislation protects the privacy of your student records and regulates how information is utilized. Release of student records at Oregon State University is bound by the federal law (FERPA), the Oregon Revised Statutes, and by the Oregon Administrative Rules. Take the FERPA tutorial to learn more.

Review the Student Records - Right to Privacy information in the catalog to learn more about the details of FERPA, the Solomon Amendment, and the use of social security numbers.


Confidentiality

NO information may be released about students who have established confidentiality of their records.

Students may restrict the release of their student information by completing a Confidentiality Request form. The Confidentiality Restriction prevents employees of OSU from providing any information, directory or confidential, to anyone. When a confidentiality restriction is in place we can only discuss a student’s record with the student if they are there in person with picture identification.


Blackboard Access for T.A.'s

Instructors wishing to grant their teaching assistants access to course information in Blackboard should follow the instructions provided in this section.

Clery Act

The university posts campus security statistics in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

Guidelines for Release of Information

If you receive a request for information follow these guidelines to determine what, if any, information can be released.

Retention & Statistics

This section provides information about record retention requirements and statistical information available for the university.

Blackboard Access for T.A.'s

Instructors can add individuals who have taken the online FERPA and Confidentiality Training course in Blackboard as TAs to their course sites. All would-be TAs (and other course assistants) must complete FERPA Training. Complete the following 3 steps:

Guidelines for Release of Information

What, if anything, can I release?

The following steps provide a simple means to determine what information may be released. Release of any information other than that listed in Step 3 may have serious legal implications. If you receive a request for information other than what is covered in these steps, refer the inquirer to the Registrar's Office. Refer ALL inquiries under the USA PATRIOT Act to the Registrar's Office.

All access and use at Oregon State University of the Social Security Number is prohibited except for meeting federal or state requirements, compliance and reporting.

You may copy these guidelines as needed, or request additional copies from the Registrar's Office. We suggest that you keep a copy by your telephone for ready reference.

Step 1

Check the confidentiality of the student's records. Has the student restricted the release of all information?

  • Look at the grade roster or class roster. If a student's record is confidential you will see a dash before the student's name.
  • Sign on to Banner and go to SGASTDN or SGASTDQ or SPAIDEN. Enter the student's ID number. If this student's information is confidential, Banner will show *CONFIDENTIAL* in the upper left portion of the form. You also can see this on SAAADMS, SFAREGS, SFASRPO, SHATERM, SPAPERS, and other forms that access the student's record.
  • If you do not have access to Banner, ask someone who has access to check the student's record for you, or call the Registrar's Office for help, 541-737-4048.

Step 2

If the student's record is CONFIDENTIAL, you must respond to the inquiry in a way that does not acknowledge the student's existence on campus. An example, "There is no information available on that person." If the person inquiring persists, you might suggest that they ask the student in question to contact the Registrar's Office directly, or refer the caller to the Registrar's Office.

Step 3

If the student's records are NOT confidential, then determine what information about the student is being requested. Oregon State University will provide only the following Directory Information to all inquiries without students' written consent. Non-directory Information may not be released without written consent.

Step 4

If anything other than the above information is requested the request should be denied. Refer all inquiries from law enforcement officials directly to the Registrar's Office. If there are other unusual and extraordinary circumstances, refer the request to:

NO information may be released about students who have established confidentiality of their records.

Directory Information

The following is public record and may be released to any inquiry, unless the record in Banner is marked as confidential.

Student's name

Current mailing address (CM address in Banner) and telephone number 

E-mail address (only the ONID address)

Campusoffice address

Class standing [e.g. freshman, sophomore, etc.]

Month and day (not year) of birth

Major field of study 

Full-time or part-time enrollment status

Status as a graduate teaching assistant or graduate research assistant

Participation in officially recognized activities and sports

Dates of attendance

Degrees and awards received

Date(s) of degree(s)

Most recent previous educational institution attended by student (includes high school)

These policy guidelines are in accordance with Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS 351.065), the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (PL 93-380) [34 CFR Part 99], and Oregon Administrative Rule 576-020-0005.

Non-Directory Information

This information is protected and MAY NOT BE RELEASED. If there are unusual and extraordinary circumstances refer the request to the Office of the Registrar, 102 Kerr Administration Building, 541-737-4048.

Student's Gender

Transcript: Official or unofficial

Transcript: Student copy

Social Security Number (complete or partial)

Student ID Number (whether SSN or generated ID). All access and use at Oregon State University of the Social Security Number is prohibited except for meeting federal or state requirements, compliance and reporting.

Academic college enrolled in at OSU

Grades earned

Credits earned

Graduation status; course work yet to be completed (Cannot report whether student has applied for graduation)

Residency status

Fees paid

Class rank

Current academic status (probation; suspension; petitions; readmit status. That a student has applied can be released, but the status of the application cannot be released.)

VA, Social Security Status

GPA (Grade-Point Average)

Class schedule

Parent or guardian name or address

All other information about a student

These policy guidelines are in accordance with Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS 351.065), the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (PL 93-380) [34 CFR Part 99], and Oregon Administrative Rule 576-020-0005.

Records Release FAQ's

Q: Is it legal for me to email my class about class assignments and other work?

A: Use of students' email addresses is acceptable for academic and educational purposes; the students' ONID addresses are the only officially recognized OSU email addresses and are available on Banner. Email addresses other than ONID are not directory information and cannot be released. If you plan to make electronic communication a part of class requirements, be sure to include that information in the course syllabus that every student receives. Students who do not want to use email for their class work need to be aware of the requirement so that they can adjust their schedule accordingly. Many professors find it useful to set up a list serve for their class. Network Engineering has a useful site for list serves, see OSU List Support. Use of students' ONID email addresses is acceptable for academic and educational purposes, and they must only be distributed to people who have an educational need to know. When in doubt, contact the Registrar's Office.

Q: Doesn’t it violate FERPA if I include confidential students (students who have established confidentiality of their records) in a mass email to all of my students?

A: Yes, it does. When you send email to a list of students in the To: line, then everyone can see all of the members on the list. It is important to exclude confidential students from the list. Then, you can send an individual email, with the same content as for all the other students, but addressed only to the confidential student. If you have more than one confidential student, you should send an individual email to each one of them.

Q: May I post grades?

A: You may post grades as long as only you and the individual student know who the grade is for. That is, you cannot use the students' names or their Student ID numbers. You can create a unique identifier (such as a number, NOT part of the Student ID number) for each of your students and post grades by that identifier. Be sure NOT to arrange the list in alphabetical order, even though the names are not printed. (NOTE: Do not pass a sign up sheet around the class asking students to write down their unique identifier. All of the students who see the list will have access to the identifiers of other students.)

Q: May I distribute students' graded exams and papers by putting them in a self-serve box so that students can easily pick up their papers?

A: Distributing students' exams and papers in this way violates their confidentiality by making confidential records available to the public. This is not an acceptable practice.

Q: What information may I give to a parent who wants to know how their student is doing—what their grade is in a particular class, or what their overall GPA is? What if the parent says they know their student got a D- and wants to know what can be done.

A: You cannot discuss any specifics about the student's grades. Use a conditional response: "If a student in my class earned a D-, I would suggest…" You also can advise the parent on how the student can get their grades if they don't have them: Web or student transcript from the Registrar's Office.

Q: What information may I give if the student is a dependent and the parent can prove it with tax records?

A: While federal law authorizes the release of records to parents of dependent students, it does not require it. The Oregon statute does not include release to parents as an authorized disclosure; since state law is more restrictive than the federal law, the university is bound by the state law. Only directory information may be released to parents of dependent or independent students.

Q: What information may be given if the student is no longer enrolled?

A: Only the same information as if the person were still enrolled as a student. Be sure to check whether the student had imposed confidentiality before leaving the university; if so, the confidentiality remains in effect.

Q: What information may be given if the student is deceased?

A: When a student dies, FERPA no longer applies, but since there may be other issues related to disclosure, the inquiry should be referred to the Registrar's Office.

Q: What if the caller is the Corvallis police, the FBI, or a representative of a government agency?

A: A student's permission is required to release their records to these representatives. Refer the caller to the Registrar's Office.

Q: What if the Corvallis police, the FBI, or a representative of a government agency only want the student's class schedule?

A: Class schedules are not directory information and may not be released. FERPA restrictions apply equally to law enforcement officials. Do not release the class schedule; refer the caller to the Registrar's Office.

Q: What if the FBI or federal agent says they need information about a student under the new anti-terrorism legislation?

A: The USA PATRIOT Act (2001) and other legislation specify guidelines for release of information. Refer all such inquiries to the Registrar's Office so that we can assure appropriate compliance.

Q: What information may I write in a letter of recommendation?

A: You can discuss information provided to you by the student, such as information from their resume, and information that you have gained in your academic relationship with the student. You cannot discuss any non-directory information without the student's specific written consent.

Q: The student organization I advise wants to invite all of the students in our major to their meeting. May they get a list of all students in our major along with their addresses?

A: Yes, major is directory information as are student name and current address. The current address is maintained by the student, and may be the student's address in Corvallis or at some other location. Other addresses are not releasable. You should address your request for this information to the Registrar's Office.

Q: What if a student organization wants a list of X ethnicity students to invite them to their function. May they get a list of all X ethnicity students?

A: Requests for student names by ethnicity, or for international students' names, must be referred to the Registrar's Office.

Q: What if someone requests a list of all of the students from X country?

A: Refer all such requests to the Registrar's Office.

Q: My advisee is at home ill with a bad cold, so her sister stopped by to pick up her PIN. Is it OK to give it to her so that my advisee can register?

A: The PIN is not directory information and may not be released to anyone but the student.

Q: A community organization that I belong to wants to sell exam week care packets to parents; our organization will then deliver them to the students. May we get a list of parents' names and addresses?

A: Parents' names and addresses are not directory information and may not be released.

Retention & Statistics

Information Online

Learn more about information, such as alert notification, directory information, registration information, and more. Read more in the Student Information Online section of the General Catalog.

Record Retention (OAR ‘s)

What records do we retain? How long do we keep them? Refer to the Oregon Administrative Rules to find out. Division 20 governs the maintenance of Student Records.

Statistical & Historical Data (Institutional Research)

Do you need to know more information about OSU? Perhaps you’re curious about enrollment rates or graduation rates. Check out the statistics made available by the Office of Institutional Research.

Student Records - Right to Privacy

Review the Student Records—Right to Privacy information in the catalog to learn more about the details of FERPA, the Solomon Amendment, and the use of social security numbers.

Registrar's Projects

Registrar's Office Projects

Emergency Contact – completed 2/25/14

The Emergency contact is to identify, to the university, who should be contacted in case a student, staff or faculty member is involved in an emergency.  New students would update this information during START registration.  This information can be updated in MyOSU and for students there is a release they are acknowledging regarding FERPA.

The FERPA statement reads “I consent to OSU contacting the individual listed below and providing any information that OSU believes to be reasonably necessary in responding to or alleviating an emergency in which I am involved”.

For everyone the instructions for creating an emergency contact are:

  1. Log on to MyOSU
  2. Select Personal Information, Select Emergency Contact.  Update the information appropriately.

 

Cooperative Open Reporting Environment (CORE)

The Cooperative Open Reporting Environment is a provost Initiative for more information visit: http://oregonstate.edu/leadership/provost/initiatives/core/

The Office of the Registrar’s is responsible for the protection and security of student records, our role is to work closely with the CORE team to identify the proper security roles for individuals who use student data in the university.  This product/project is intended for institutional use only and will not be made available to the public. This project is intended for institutional use only and the information is not available to the public.

What is role-based security?

Role based security is defined as allowing all people who serve the same role to have the same access.  It represents that the functions performed in a role are common to all people in that role.

What is an example of a role?

Advisor, Faculty, Dean and Associate Dean are examples of four different roles and anyone with one of these roles will have the same access as all others in that same role.

How do I request access?

Access is based on your role at the university and will be granted upon your employment.  No request for access is needed, but you will be required to have FERPA training to access the data.

I’m not new to the university how will I get access?

Role based access will be assigned with the release of the production environment.

How will I know what my lole and access will be?

Your access will be based on the OSU definition of Job Family, Job Level and Job Position.

What If I think I need a different level of access?

Levels of access are based on the business need of your job.  If you have a defined business need why you need a different level of access than the one originally assigned to you, you can request a review of your access level.

What are the different levels of access?

Currently there are 5 levels of access identified.  Because this is an in progress project, these definitions might change.

Note:Confidential students are not included in any level.  Do not expect to see confidential student information in the reports. Confidential students represent .0009% of the student population.

STU Level 1 – General Information

As a public institution we are responsible for reporting information about the students who attend Oregon State University.  Student Level 1 represents data that is releasable based on the public record laws.  This level of data also includes other general information such as catalog, course schedules, Instructors associated with the course,  and Terms.  Some aggregate data reports may be available to this level.

STU level 2 – Student data

This level includes all data from STU level 1 and additionally has personally identifiable information about the student such as student ID and other demographic data.

STU Level 3  - Student, Registration and Academic History

This level represents data that is commonly available to advisors and would be needed by advisors to do their jobs.  The data is a complete academic view of the student including academic history, current registration and graduation status.

STU Level 4 – Additional protected information

This data represents additional data that would be needed by those in management roles who may not be the executive or dean of a college. 

Stu Level 5 – Executives/Deans

Student level 5 represents all data available regarding a student and includes information that allows the user to evaluate the functions of their units

Will I see the same information than I currently see in Data warehouse?

You should see more information than is currently available in the current data warehouse model.  The information in the reports is provided by the Operational Data Store which has more information from Banner than is currently available in the data warehouse.  By law the Registar’s Office is responsible for insuring that access to student data is appropriate and based on need to know.  This new environment supports role based and field level security providing greater security to student data.  You should have access to the data you need, if you don’t, you can request a review of your access level.

What laws govern the protection of student data?

Family Educational Rights Privacy Act and the Oregon Administrative Rules are a few of the laws and regulations that govern the protection of student data.

99.31 (ii) An educational agency or institution must use reasonable methods to ensure that school officials obtain access to only those education records in which they have legitimate educational interests. An educational agency or institution that does not use physical or technological access controls must ensure that its administrative policy for controlling access to education records is effective and that it remains in compliance with the legitimate educational interest requirement in paragraph (a)(1)(i)(A) of this section.