eForms

Courses carrying 3.0 or more credits may not be added after the sixth class day.  If you would like to add a 1.0 or 1.5 credit class that has a later start date, you should see an advisor to initiate an eForm.  The last day to add for each of these courses will be noted on Class Search.  Typically, students may not add these short courses if they will miss more than the first class of the session.

During the first six class days, students may drop a class through NOVO on insideND.   After the sixth class day, students must use an eForm to drop a class.  EForms are accessed through the new insideND by typing eforms into the search bar.  We recommend you favorite the eform link for easy access. 

Fill out the eForm with the required information about the class you want to drop. Once the eForm is submitted, it will electronically route to the department offering the class and then onto the student’s academic dean/advising office for approvals. If the drop is approved by all the reviewing offices, it is then routed to the Office of the Registrar to be processed.  You will receive emails regarding the status of your form - pay attention as additional action on your part may be required.

The online form is closed to students two days prior to the last drop date of the semester.  At this point, students must meet with an advisor to initiate the drop form.

Keep in mind that all students, except those graduating seniors who have been approved as part-time, must carry at least 12 credit hours each semester.  We recommend you meet with an advisor to discuss the impact the course drop will have on your current and future semesters.  

The Registrar’s Office created a number of eForms which are housed on your Student Academic tab on insideND and are used University-wide.  These include forms to add/drop a class after the 6th class day, obtain pre-approval for a summer transfer course and a Curriculum Change form to add or drop a major or minor.  Not all forms can be initiated directly by a student depending on the timing.  Contact an advisor if you have any questions.

These forms differ from the forms built into your Student Dashboard which are specifically for business students.

The short answer is most likely, but timing and prior coursework will factor into the decision.  Transfers into limited enrollment majors may be subject to a wait list and are not guaranteed. You must meet with an advisor in 101 Mendoza to discuss the impact of the switch and complete the eform.

Students are encouraged to first research the requirements of such an addition by running a What If? audit on your GPS and meeting with an advisor in the secondary department. If your reason for adding the second credential is job related, you might also wish to speak to a Career Center Counselor about the opportunities available to those majors and strategies to maximize your options. After doing this legwork, we recommend that you sit down with an MCOB advisor to determine how the course requirements will fit into your business curriculum.

See this page for additional guidance on choosing and declaring a second major or minor. 

Students are able to study abroad through another university during the summer. These courses are treated as transfer courses and students may receive academic credit for their courses as long as they meet our contact hour requirements and have been pre-approved by the relevant department. Students interested in this option should speak with an advisor to plan which courses to take and to begin the transfer course approval process via eforms.

Exam conflicts include the following:

  • Two exams at the same time.
  • More than two exams in one day.
  • More than three exams in 24 hours.

If your exam schedule fits any of these scenarios, complete the new Final Exam Conflict eform found on insideND.  This form must be submitted one full week prior to start of exams. The form will confirm that you do indeed have a legitimate conflict by highlighting the affected courses in red (no red = no conflict).  An advisor will determine which class is required to provide a make up exam and email the impacted professor and student.  Upon receipt of that email, it is the student's responsibility to make contact with the professor to schedule the date and time of the make up exam.  If the eform does not indicate a conflict but you believe it is in error, you must meet with an advisor to discuss your situation.