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SCHEDULE OF CLASSES ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013

Fall 2012 Spring 2013 Summer 2013


FALL 2012 SCHEDULING CALENDAR April 2-April 27 July 24 July 25-27 July 28 August 21, Tuesday August 27, Monday August 28, Tuesday

Priority scheduling Last day to make schedule changes without incurring $10 drop/add fee Scheduling not available Scheduling with $10 drop/add fee begins Classes begin; Late registration begins ($30 late registration fee) Last day to add classes; Last day for 100% refund on all drops and withdrawals Scheduling available for drops only (after official files are built) $30 change of course fee begins $100 late registration fee begins Labor Day, University closed;

September 3, Monday

Last day for 75% refund; Last day to drop a class with no grade

September 10-14

Three-week attendance reporting

September 10, Monday

Last day for 50% refund

September 17, Monday

Last day for 25% refund

September 18, Tuesday

No refunds on course drops or withdrawals begins

October 18 – 23 October 29 November 19 – 23 November 22-23 December 3 - 7, Monday – Friday December 7, Friday December 10 - 14

Midterm grading Last day to drop classes—No Petition for Exception; Last day to withdraw with no grade(s) Fall Break; No Classes Thanksgiving Break; University Closed Study Week Classes end Final examinations

December 15, Saturday

Commencement

December 18, Tuesday

Final grades due to Office of Registration and Records

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SPRING 2013 SCHEDULING CALENDAR November 5 – 30, Monday – Friday December 10, Monday December 10 - 12, Monday – Wednesday December 13, Thursday January 7, Monday January 13, Sunday

Priority scheduling Last day to make schedule changes without incurring $10 drop/add fee. Changes can be made until 4:30pm. Scheduling not available from 4:30pm on Monday, December 10th to Wednesday, December 12th Scheduling with $10 drop/add fee begins Classes begin; Late registration begins ($30 late registration fee) Last day to add classes; Last day for 100% refund on all drops and withdrawals Scheduling available for drops only (after official files are built);

January 14, Monday

$30 drop/add fee begins; $100 late registration fee begins

January 20, Sunday

Last day for 75% refund; Last day to drop a class with no grade

January 21, Monday

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, University closed

January 27, Sunday

Last day for 50% refund

January 28 – February 1, Monday – Friday

3-week attendance reporting

February 3, Sunday

Last day for 25% refund

February 4, Monday

No refunds on course drops or withdrawals begins

February 28 - March 5 Thursday - Tuesday March 11 – 15, Monday – Friday March 17, Sunday April 22 – 26, Monday – Friday April 26, Friday April 29 – May 3, Monday – Friday

Midterm grading Spring Break, no classes Last day to drop classes—No Petition for Exception; Last day to withdraw with no grade(s) Study Week Classes end Final examinations

May 4, Saturday

Commencement

May 7, Tuesday

Final grades due to Office of Registration and Records

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SUMMER 2013 SCHEDULING CALENDAR SUMMER I November 5 – 30, Monday – Friday

Priority scheduling

April 30, Tuesday

Last day to make schedule changes without incurring $10 drop/add fee

May 1 - 3, Wednesday – Friday May 4, Saturday

Scheduling not available Scheduling with $10 drop/add fee begins 3- and 8-week classes begin*

May 13, Monday

13-week classes begin Late registration begins ($30 late registration fee)

May 27, Monday

Memorial Day; University Closed

May 31, Friday

3-week classes end*

June 3, Monday

5-week classes begin*

July 4, Thursday

Independence Day; University Closed

July 5, Friday

5- and 8- week classes end

August 8, Thursday

13-week classes end

August 12, Monday

Final Grading for Summer I

SUMMER II November 5 – 30, Monday – Friday June 30, Sunday June 30 – July 4, Monday – Thursday July 5, Friday July 8, Monday

Priority scheduling Last day to make schedule changes without incurring $10 drop/add fee Scheduling not available Scheduling with $10 drop/add fee begins Classes begin Late registration begins ($30 late registration fee)

August 8, Thursday

Summer II term ends

August 13, Tuesday

Final Grading for Summer II

*Summer I: 3, 5, 8 and 13-week classes begin and end on the dates specified above unless otherwise noted beneath the course title in the departmental listing.

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IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO BE AWARE AND UNDERSTAND UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS AS PUBLISHED The Academic Programs section of the University Catalog functions as the primary source for University regulations and policies. The Description of Courses section functions as the primary source for information about University courses. The Schedule of Classes, published each year, provides selected updated information on courses, University regulations, the academic calendar, and administrative procedures. Understanding the Indiana State University Financial Aid Process, published each academic year, provides information on policies and procedures concerning financial assistance at Indiana State.

FALSIFICATION OF SCHEDULING MATERIALS Should you falsify any scheduling materials or attempt to register when registration requirements have not been fully met, you will be subject to immediate cancellation of your registration. Indiana State University reserves the right to modify information in this publication, including, but not limited to, the following: programs offered; fees; refund policies; dates; course offerings; course times; meeting places; and instructors.

An electronic version of course offerings can be found at http://www.indstate.edu/registrar/ The Searchable Schedule of Classes is located at http://prodinteract.indstate.edu/pls/prod/bwckschd.p_disp_dyn_sched To schedule courses, log into your MyISU Portal at https://isuportal.indstate.edu

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SCHEDULING INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Priority Scheduling............................................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Advising Coordinator Office Loactions ................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Things Which May Prevent Scheduling ................................................................................................................................................................ 7 Scheduling Hours of Operation ........................................................................................................................................................................... 7 MyISU Portal Scheduling Information.................................................................................................................................................................. 7 Advisement Pin Information ............................................................................................................................................................................... 7Â Scheduling Changes .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Adding Classes ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 7 Dropping Classes ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Fees ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Drop Grading Policy...................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Withdrawals ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Withdrawal Grading Policy ............................................................................................................................................................................ 8 Refund and Withdrawal Schedule for Standard Terms.......................................................................................................................................... 8 Refund and Withdrawal Schedule for Non-Standard Terms for Summer I and Summer II ...................................................................................... 9 FEE INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Academic Fees ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Payment Procedures ..........................................................................................................................................................................................10 Payment Methods ..............................................................................................................................................................................................10 Variable Payment Plan Fee Schedule...................................................................................................................................................................10 Internal Collections Process................................................................................................................................................................................ 11 Financial Aid Procedures ....................................................................................................................................................................................11 Return of Title IV Aid Policy ...............................................................................................................................................................................11 OTHER IMPORTANT MATTERS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 11 Change of Major ................................................................................................................................................................................................11 Course Repeats .................................................................................................................................................................................................11 Requisite Information ........................................................................................................................................................................................11 Credit by Examination ........................................................................................................................................................................................12 Distance Education Through the Indiana College Network .................................................................................................................................... 12 International Students .......................................................................................................................................................................................12 Social Security Number ......................................................................................................................................................................................12 State Immunization Requirements ......................................................................................................................................................................12 Student Identification Card and Vehicle Registration ............................................................................................................................................12 Addresses .........................................................................................................................................................................................................12 Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) ................................................................................................................................................12 Authorization of FERPA Rights ............................................................................................................................................................................13 ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY ..................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Undergraduate Admission ..................................................................................................................................................................................13 Graduate Admission...........................................................................................................................................................................................13 UNIVERSITY FOUNDATIONAL STUDIES PROGRAM ......................................................................................................................................... 13 FALL FINAL EXAMINATION DATES ................................................................................................................................................................... 14 SPRING FINAL EXAMINATION DATES .............................................................................................................................................................. 15 Study Week Policy .............................................................................................................................................................................................15 DISTANCE EDUCATION INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................................................ 16 Fee Information ................................................................................................................................................................................................16 Additional Information .......................................................................................................................................................................................16

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SCHEDULING INFORMATION PRIORITY SCHEDULING During the priority scheduling period, access to the registration system is prioritized based on the level as determined by the total number of credit hours earned. Priority scheduling dates are as follows:

FALL 2012

SPRING 2013

GRADUATE STUDENTS

April 2nd – April 27th

November 5th—30th

SENIORS (earned 94 credit hours)

April 2nd – April 27th

November 5th—30th

JUNIORS (earned 63 credit hours)

April 9th –April 27th

November 8th—30th

SOPHOMORES (earned 32 credit hours)

th

April 11 at 12:00pm—

November 12th—30th

April 27th

SUMMER I & II 2013

Priority Registration for Summer I and Summer II follow the timeline of the Spring Term. Please see the chart on Page 8 of this document for specific deadlines to register for Summer I and II classes.

FRESHMEN (earned 31 or fewer credit hours)

April 16th—April 27th

November 15th—30th

OPEN ENROLLMENT (All degree seeking student)

April 28th —August 27th

December 1st—January 13th

December 13th—April 30th

OPEN ENROLLMENT (All students including non-degree)

May 4th—August 27th

December 13th—January 13th

December 13th—April 30th

CHANGE OF COURSE FEES BEGIN

July 28th

December 13th

Summer I: May 4th Summer II: July 5th

You must meet with your academic advisor prior to registration. For further information regarding advisement, contact your Advising Coordinator for your College: ADVISING COORDINATOR OFFICE LOCATIONS COLLEGE

CONTACT OFFICE

LOCATION

TELEPHONE

College of Arts and Sciences

Associate Dean’s Office

SH 209

(812) 237-2781

Scott College of Business

Student Services

CB 124

(812) 237-2023

Bayh College of Education

Academic Advising

CE 210

(812) 237-3131

Graduate and Professional Studies

Dean’s Office

TH 183

(812) 237-3005

Associate Dean’s Office

A C-31

(812) 237-3113

Nursing Student Affairs

NB 328

(812) 237-2316

College of Technology

Student Services

TC 101

(812) 237-2987

Open Preference

Student Academic Services

GH 203C

(812) 237-8475

Academic Opportunity Program

Student Academic Services

GH 203A

(812) 237-2221

College of Nursing, Health and Human Services (Health and Human Services Programs) College of Nursing, Heath and Human Services (Nursing Programs)

Graduate students may register any time from the first day eligible through the last day of priority scheduling. Undergraduate students may register according to their total number of earned hours, which can be found on the first page of the DARS report. They may register any time from the first day eligible through the last day of priority scheduling. Non-degree students may register for courses during the open enrollment session. 6


THINGS WHICH MAY PREVENT SCHEDULING If you are encumbered by the Office of the Controller, University Collections, Federal Loans Services, Student Judicial Programs, or the Office of Registration and Records, you will not be able to register until the encumbrance is cleared. You cannot register for classes in a term past your graduation date for which you have applied. In order to register, you must either be admitted to another program or have updated your graduation term if degree requirements are not met. Contact the Office of Registration and Records, extension 2020, for more information. SCHEDULING HOURS OF OPERATION* ONLINE REGISTRATION

FALL 2012

SPRING 2013

SUMMER I 2013

SUMMER II 2013

Saturday—Thursday 24 hours Friday 12:01am to 7:00pm

April 2nd—July 24th

November 5th— December 10th

November 5th— April 30th

November 5th— June 30th

System Unavailable

June 30th July 25th—July 27th

December 10th at 4:30pm— December 12th

May 1st—May 3rd June 30th

June 30th—July 4th

Saturday—Thursday 24 hours Friday 12:01am to 7:00pm

July 28th—October 29th

December 13th—March 17th

May 4th—varies **

July 5th—varies**

*Scheduling will be unavailable on specific dates to allow official files to be built. For a list of dates, please see scheduling calendars listed at the beginning of this document. There may be times during Winter Recess and during Spring Break when the system is unavailable. Note, there may be other occasions when Web Scheduling will have to be taken down early. Do not wait until after 4:30 p.m. to process changes on a deadline date. **For Summer I and Summer II, refer to the Refund and Withdrawal Schedule on Page 9 for dates when the system will be unavailable. The system will be unavailable as of the last day to drop for each of the various class length durations. MyISU PORTAL SCHEDULING INFORMATION To schedule courses, log into the MyISU Portal account: • Click on https://isuportal.indstate.edu • Enter your Sycamore Login and password • Click on Student tab • Click on Add/Drop Classes in the MyISU Quick Links • Click on Select Term • Enter advisement PIN (if applicable; see below) • Follow instructions for registration on the Scheduling Page • Step-by-step scheduling instructions can be found on-line under Timely Tips for Web Scheduling at http://www.indstate.edu/registrar/tips.html ADVISEMENT PIN INFORMATION Students requiring an advisement PIN must obtain the number from their advisor. The following students do not require an advisement PIN to register and will not be prompted for an advisement PIN: • Undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have 63 or more earned hours • Undergraduate non-degree students • Graduate students who are in good academic standing • Graduate unclassified students SCHEDULING CHANGES Adding Classes: Classes may be added up until the last day of the term. For specific dates please see the scheduling calendars at the beginning of this document. Instructor's signature is required only if the class is full. Dropping Classes: Classes may be dropped from your schedule without signatures through the last day to drop as listed in the academic calendar. Refunds will be given according to the schedule listed below. If you are dropping all of your classes, you must follow the withdrawal instructions listed here. Fees: You will be charged a $10.00 drop/add fee for each completed transaction resulting in a schedule change after the priority scheduling period. A $30.00 drop/add fee will be charged for each transaction resulting in a schedule change beginning after the first week of the new term. For more information on specific dates, please refer to the scheduling calendars on pages 1-3. Refunds will be given according to the refund schedule below. A $30.00 late registration fee will be assessed if you process an initial registration during the first week of classes of the new term. Late registration after the first week of classes will only be considered if there are extenuating circumstances and you have permission of the instructor, advisor, and academic dean. You will be charged a $100.00 late registration fee if you process an initial registration on or after the seventh day of the term (including weekend and holidays). 7


Drop Grading Policy Grade determination for students who officially drop a course(s) during a fall or spring semester is established as follows. For course(s) officially dropped through the tenth day of fall or spring term, no grade(s) is assigned. For course(s) officially dropped between the tenth day and the last day to drop, the grade of “DF” or “DP” is assigned by the instructor. The instructor will assign a grade of “DF” if the work is failing at the time of drop, “DP” if the work is passing. Grades of "DP" or “DF” are not included in the GPA calculation. If you are dropping all classes you must withdraw for the semester.

GRADE ASSIGNED

FALL 2012

SPRING 2013

SUMMER I & II 2013

No Grade

April 2nd—September 3rd

November 5th—January 20th

DP or DF (Drop Pass/Fail)

September 4th—October 29th

January 21st—March 17th

Dates for Summer vary based on the duration of the course. Please see the Refund and Withdrawal scheduled below for specific deadlines for Summer I and II

WITHDRAWALS If you are dropping all classes you must withdraw for the semester. To initiate the withdrawal process review: Undergraduates: go to http://www.indstate.edu/express/withdrawal.htm or contact the Office of Registration and Records, Parsons Hall, room 009, 812-237-2020 Graduates: complete Withdrawal Form http://www.indstate.edu/gradexpress/withdrawal.htm and return it to College of Graduate and Professional Studies, Tirey Hall, room 183 or fax it to 812-237-8060. Withdrawal Grading Policy Grade determination for students who officially withdraw from the University during a fall or spring semester is established as follows. From the first through the tenth week of classes, no grades are assigned for processed withdrawals. Beyond the tenth week, if the work is failing at the time of withdrawal as determined by the instructor, the grade of "WF" will be given; if the student is doing passing work, the grade of "WP" will be given. "WF" grades will be included in calculation of the grade point average. A grade of "WP" and "WF" may be assigned only when students have officially withdrawn from enrollment after the tenth week of the term.

GRADE ASSIGNED

FALL 2012

SPRING 2013

No Grade

April 2nd—October 29th

November 5th—March 17th

October 30th or later

March 18th or later

WP or WF (Withdraw Pass/ Fail)

SUMMER I & II 2013

Dates for Summer vary based on the duration of the course. Please see the charts below for specific

REFUND AND WITHDRAWAL SCHEDULE FOR STANDARD TERMS:

TERM FALL 2012 SPRING 2013 SUMMER I 2013 SUMMER I 2013 SUMMER I 2013 SUMMER II 2013

CLASS LENGTH

LAST DAY TO ADD

LAST DAY FOR 100% REFUND

LAST DAY FOR 75% REFUND

16 weeks

August 27th

August 27th

September 3rd

16 weeks

January 13th

January 13th

May 13th

3 week

May 13th

May 13th

8 week

June 3rd July 8th

START DATE August 21st (Tuesday) January 7th (Monday)

LAST DAY FOR 50% REFUND September 10th

LAST DAY FOR 25% REFUND September 17th

January 20th

January 27th

February 3rd

March 17th

May 13th

May 15th

May 16th

May 17th

May 25th

May 16th

May 16th

May 19th

May 23rd

May 26th

June 16th

5 week

June 4th

June 4th

June 6th

June 9th

June 11th

June 24th

5 week

July 9th

July 9th

July 11th

July 14th

July 16th

July 29th

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LAST DAY TO DROP October 29th


REFUND AND WITHDRAWAL SCHEUDLE FOR NON-STANDARD TERMS FOR SUMMER I AND SUMMER II: To determine both scheduling change and withdrawal deadlines as well as refund policies for non-standard term courses, please refer the schedule below. All days are counted, regardless of whether or not the course meets, beginning with the first day of class (Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays are counted). Deadlines are pro-rated for classes that meet for less than one week.

TERM SUMMER I or II SUMMER I or II SUMMER I or II SUMMER I or II SUMMER I or II SUMMER I or II SUMMER I or II SUMMER I or II Summer I or II

START DATE

CLASS LENGTH

LAST DAY TO ADD

LAST DAY FOR 100% REFUND

LAST DAY FOR 75% REFUND

LAST DAY FOR 50% REFUND

LAST DAY FOR 25% REFUND

LAST DAY TO DROP

Varies

1 week

Before 1st Day

Day 1

N/A

N/A

Day 2

Day 4

Varies

2 week

Day 1

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 9

Varies

3 week

Day 1

Day 1

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 13

Varies

4 week

Day 2

Day 2

Day 4

Day 5

Day 7

Day 18

Varies

5 week

Day 2

Day 2

Day 4

Day 7

Day 9

Day 22

Varies

6 week

Day 3

Day 3

Day 5

Day 8

Day 11

Day 26

Varies

8 week

Day 4

Day 4

Day 7

Day 11

Day 14

Day 35

Varies

10 week

Day 4

Day 4

Day 9

Day 13

Day 18

Day 44

Varies

13 week

Day 6

Day 6

Day 11

Day 17

Day 23

Day 57

FEE INFORMATION ACADEMIC FEES UNDERGRADUATE

INDIANA RESIDENT

OUT-OF-STATE STUDENT

INTERNATION AL STUDENT

ILLINOIS STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

KENTUCKY STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

MIDWEST CONSORTIUM STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM

Above 18 hours (per semester)

$4,590.00

$10,310.00

$10,310.00

$5,738.00

$5,738.00

$5,738.00

$5,738.00

12-18 hours (per semester)

$3,949.00

$8,722.00

$8,722.00

$4,936.00

$4,936.00

$4,936.00

$4,936.00

$286.00

$617.00

$617.00

$358.00

$358.00

$358.00

$358.00

$458.00

$458.00

$458.00

$458.00

HOURS

.5-11.5 hours (per credit hour)

GRADUATE All hours (per credit hour)

$366.00

$719.00

$719.00

**To Determine when the Distant Education Program Fees are Applicable, please refer to Page 16*** In addition, a Student Recreation Center Fee will also be assessed when a student enrolls in six or more on-campus credit hours, beginning with the first fee assessment of the respective term. The assessment of the fee will be $100 per semester Fall/Spring and $40 per each Summer session. A distance education delivery fee of $30 per undergraduate course and $50 per graduate course will also be assessed to correspondence courses (section numbers 300, 620), Internet, DVD and video conferencing courses (section numbers 301-309) and ICN courses (section numbers 526-529). Students are also assessed for any appliciable laboratory fees, course fees, electronic text book fees, and/or applied music fees in certain classes for supplies and equipment usage, and/or special instruction/supervision. For a list, visit http://www.indstate.edu/bursar/coursefees.htm. In addition, students are required to purchase textbooks for the respective programs. The University Board of Trustees reserves the right to change fees at any time in the future. The right to correct errors is also reserved. 9


PAYMENT PROCEDURES An email notification will be sent to your ISU email address and to the email address provided by authorized users in the ISU Payment Suite after initial billing is completed for each term. The email will alert you when a new bill is available for viewing at http://www.indstate.edu/payisu. If you register after the initial billing date listed below you can access a current account summary through your MyISU Portal under the Student Tab. The Sycamore Plan provides three payment plan options from which you may choose—the Single Payment Plan, the Monthly Payment Plan, or the Variable Payment Plan. Should your bill not reach you, you will still be responsible for paying by the deadline dates associated with the plan of your choice. The Single Payment Plan requires full payment of academic and housing fees* by the dates listed below for each term in which you are enrolled. If academic and mandatory fees* remain unpaid as of this date, the Variable Payment Plan Fee will be assessed according to the schedule below. The Monthly Payment Plan** requires enrollment in the Tuition Management Systems (TMS) Program which allows you to spread your fall 2012/spring 2013 fees* over ten months, with payments due the first of each month from July 1, 2012 to April 1, 2013. A $55 non-refundable enrollment fee is required. Budget payments are made directly to the TMS payment processor. If your TMS budget and other resources do not cover your academic and mandatory fees* as of this date, the Variable Payment Plan Fee will be assessed according to the schedule below. The Variable Payment Plan allows you the flexibility of determining the amount and timing of your payments, requiring only that your account be paid in full no later than the dates listed below for each term in which you are enrolled. If academic and mandatory fees* remain unpaid as of this date, the Variable Payment Plan Fee will be assessed according to the schedule below.

Initial Billing

FALL 2012

SPRING 2013

SUMMER I 2013

SUMMER II 2013

July 27, 2012

December 12, 2012

May 3, 2013

July 3, 2013

PAYMENT PLAN DUE DATES Single Payment Plan

August 21, 2012

January 7, 2013

May 16, 2013

July 15, 2013

Monthly Payment Plan

First of each month, July 2012 – April 2013

First of each month, July 2012 – April 2013

N/A

N/A

Variable Payment Plan

October 8, 2012

February 22, 2013

June 7, 2013

July 25, 2013

*Includes laboratory, program, course, distance delivery, and recreation center fees. Excludes Non-term based Independent Study, Study Abroad, or Non-credit, and University Apartment fees and normally excludes non-web registered outreach courses. **The Monthly Payment Plan is NOT a payment option during the Summer I and Summer II terms. VARIABLE PAYMENT PLAN FEE SCHEDULE FALL 2012

SPRING 2013

SUMMER I 2013

SUMMER II 2013

Variable Payment Plan Fees for payments made after August 21, 2012.

Variable Payment Plan Fees for payments made after January 7, 2013.

Variable Payment Plan Fees for payments made after May 16, 2013.

Variable Payment Plan Fees for payments made after July 15, 2013.

Final payment received

FEE

Final payment received

FEE

Final payment received

FEE

Final payment received

FEE

August 22 - September 17 After September 17

$25 $60

January 8 - February 4 After February 4

$25 $60

May 17 – June 7

$30

July 16—July 25

$30

PAYMENT METHODS For your convenience, payment may be made by Visa or MasterCard from 8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., weekdays by calling 812-237-3511. Visa or MasterCard payments or electronic check payments may also be made by going through the ISU Payment Suite (http://www.indstate.edu/payisu). In addition, a payment drop box is located on the north side of Parsons Hall. Payment may also be made in person by visiting the Office of the Controller, Account Analyst Area, or by mail by sending checks made payable to Indiana State University to: Indiana State University, Office of the Controller, Account Analysts, Parsons Hall, room P100, 200 North 7th Street, Terre Haute, IN 47809. Should you choose to pay by mail or by utilizing the payment drop box, please write your student ID number on your check. For additional information call the Office of the Controller, 812-237-3535, or e-mail to: paymentplan@indstate.edu 10


INTERNAL COLLECTIONS PROCESS If you do not pay your account in full by the late fee assessment date listed below according to the term in which you are enrolled, you will be subject to the Internal Collections Process, which may result in assignment to University Collections Specialists. If you are assigned to University Collections Specialists: • Your grades/records will be withheld; • You will be prohibited from obtaining copies of your academic records (diplomas, transcripts, etc.); • You will be prohibited from registering for future terms; and • You will have a $55 late fee added to your account.

Internal Collection Process Begins

FALL 2012

SPRING 2013

SUMMER I 2013

SUMMER II 2013

October 8, 2012

February 22, 2013

June 7, 2013

July 15, 2013

FINANCIAL AID PROCEDURES Financial aid will pay for direct ISU charges which include tuition, fees, room, and board. Aid that exceeds your direct charges will create a credit balance on your school account. Such balances are paid to you as a check mailed to your address of record or by direct deposit to a designated bank account on file with the Office of the Controller. Remember, many types of aid require full-time enrollment in order for you to receive your aid. Your enrollment on the seventh and twenty-eighth day of classes is particularly important. Changes in your enrollment, including adjustments in the number of credit hours for which you are enrolled, nonattendance in class, and your academic performance may all affect your financial aid eligibility. These adjustments may also cause you to have financial obligations to the University and impact your future aid eligibility. Please refer to the Financial Aid section of Sycamore Express at http://www.indstate.edu/express/finaid.htm for further details. RETURN OF TITLE IV AID POLICY The Federal government requires a prorated repayment of aid disbursed for any student who withdrawals from all their classes before 60 percent of the term is completed. This is required whether you complete an official withdrawal by contacting the Office of Registration and Records or the College of Graduate and Professional Studies, as well as for unofficial withdrawals for ceasing attendance in classes. The federal Titile IV aid programs included in this calculation are the Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), Federal Perkins Loans, Federal Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans, Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans, and Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loans. If you withdraw from all classes prior to the 60 percent period, the amount of aid to be repaid will be calculated. This repayment may be for a substantial portion of the total aid you received and the aid used to pay for ISU direct charges. ISU’s Office of Student Financial Aid “Return of Title IV Aid Policy” is explained in more detail on the office’s Web site at http://www.indstate.edu/finaid.

OTHER IMPORTANT MATTERS CHANGE OF MAJOR If you wish to change your major, you should consult first with your current academic advisor and obtain the required form. You must normally be in good academic standing, and some programs have additional academic requirements for acceptance. If you are in a teacher education curriculum and wish to change your major to another teaching major, you must also report the change to the Education Student Services Office in the College of Education/University Hall, room 115. COURSE REPEATS You may repeat an undergraduate course once for grade point average (GPA) improvement. The better grade becomes the official grade for the course. Your other grade will remain on your transcript but will not count in the GPA or total of credits. It is your responsibility to file a Course Repeat Form for the course in which there has been a number change with the Office of Registration and Records, Parsons Hall, room P009, to request a re-computation of your GPA. Graduate level courses CANNOT be repeated for grade point average (GPA) improvement.

REQUISITE INFORMATION Many courses have mandatory prerequisites or corequisites listed in the academic catalog or in the Dynamic Schedule of Classes. Each student is responsible for meeting the published prerequisites or corequisites for each registered course. After each registration and grading period, colleges, schools, and departments may review the completion of prerequisites and corequisites of registered students. The academic units have the authority to administratively drop a student from a course for which the student has not fulfilled the published prerequisites or corequisites.

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CREDIT BY EXAMINATION The University's Credit by Examination Program enables students to earn credit toward degrees if satisfactory scores are earned on select examinations. For further information on the College Level Examinations Program (CLEP), visit the University Testing Office Web site at http://www.indstate.edu/testing/. You may also contact the University Testing Office directly by calling 812-237-7666, toll-free 1-800-GO-TO-ISU, or emailing testing@indstate.edu.

DISTANCE EDUCATION THROUGH THE INDIANA COLLEGE NETWORK If you wish to enroll in courses offered through the Indiana College Network, contact the Office of Admission, 812-237-8080, toll-free at 888-237-2121, or e-mail studentservices@indstate.edu. The registration deadline for each semester is two weeks prior to ISU's registration deadline due to the processing time required.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Indiana State University requires all international freshman and transfer undergraduate students to take the English Placement Test, which is administered by the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics to determine your level of English writing proficiency and to determine whether you need to take an ESL class and, if so, which class you must take. Please note: The test is offered only during the international student orientation in spring and fall. Students must bring some form of picture identification, such as a passport. For additional information, please contact the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at 812-237-2677. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER The University encourages that you submit your Social Security Number upon submitting your application for admission. This information is required for both federal and state reporting such as 1098T (Federal Tax form) and financial aid. You will not be permitted to register for classes until this information is submitted. International students who do not have a Social Security Number are exempt from this requirement. STATE IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS The following immunizations are required for admission by the State of Indiana and Indiana State University for full-time students with at least one on campus course. • 2 MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella) immunizations • Tetanus and Diphtheria (Td or Tdap) within the last 10 years • Meningitis Education • Tuberculosis Skin Test or Quantiferon Test- for International students only Failure to comply with the immunization requirements will result in an immunization hold being placed on your account preventing you from registering for the next semester. Students needing either required or recommended immunizations can obtain them at the UAP Clinic - ISU Health Center by calling (812) 237-3883 for an appointment. Please return completed immunization forms, which can be obtained at http://www.indstate.edu/express/forms.htm, to the Office of Registration and Records, Parsons Hall, room P009. STUDENT IDENTIFICATION CARD AND VEHICLE REGISTRATION All students are required to have a student identification card prepared by the Public Safety Department, 210 North 6th Street, 812-237-8888. All students who own, possess, operate, or have the use of a motor vehicle on any property owned, leased, or used by Indiana State University must have the vehicle registered with ISU and properly display a current parking permit. ADDRESSES In addition to your mailing (home) address, you are required to have on file with the Office of Registration and Records a local or campus address. Address changes may be completed on the MyISU Portal or by contacting the Office of Registration and Records, Parsons Hall, room P009, extension 2020. Students without a current mailing or local address on file will be encumbered by the Office of Registration and Records. FAMILY EDUCATION RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT (FERPA) Under the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, universities must offer a student the opportunity of designating directory information as confidential. If you wish to designate your directory information as confidential, fill out the printed form located on-line at http://www.indstate.edu/express/forms.htm. Take the completed form and a picture ID to the Office of Registration and Records, Parsons Hall, room 009.

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AUTHORIZATION OF FERPA RIGHTS Students can choose selected individuals with whom faculty and staff may discuss the students’ educational records. Students must complete and submit the authorization form located at http://www.indstate.edu/express/forms.htm. Submission of the form may be in person with picture identification to the Office of Registration and Records, or via the student’s Sycamores email account. Students will provide their designated code to individuals they want to be authorized to communicate with faculty/staff regarding their educational records. Students have the right to rescind the authorization at any time with a written request and photo identification either in person or via their Sycamores email account. For questions, contact the Office of Registration and Records at 812-237-2020. Students may also submit an authorization form that will create a web4parent account. The form is located at http://www.indstate.edu/express/forms.htm This account will allow students to grant web access to their parent(s) or legal guardian to view such information as financial aid award packages, account summaries, and grades. For more information, please visit http://www.indstate.edu/express/parents.htm.

ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY You must be admitted to Indiana State University, either as a degree-seeking or non-degree student, before registration. If you wish to enroll in a degree program, you must complete an application form and submit official transcripts from all previous schools and colleges you have attended. Information about advisement and registration is mailed to all new students following their admission to the University. UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION Applications and information regarding requirements for admission are available from the Office of Admissions, 812-237-2121 or TOLL FREE 1-800-GOTO-ISU; e-mail to admissions@indstate.edu; or via the Web at http://www.indstate.edu/admissions GRADUATE ADMISSION Applications (online and paper) and information regarding graduate admission are available from the College of Graduate and Professional Studies, Tirey Hall, at 812-237-3005 or TOLL FREE 1-800-444-GRAD; email to ISU-GradStudy@mail.indstate.edu; or via the Web at http://www.indstate.edu/sogs Graduate Admission Application Deadlines* Entry Date Fall semester Spring semester Summer term(s)

Application Deadline June 1 November 1 April 1

*Please note that some academic units have earlier deadlines. If your application will not meet the above deadlines, or for program-specific earlier deadlines, contact the College of Graduate and Professional Studies for assistance or visit the college’s Web site. Graduate Admission Application Assistance For additional information about graduate studies, visit the Web site at http://www.indstate.edu/sogs/. For assistance with your admission to any postbaccalaureate programs, contact the College of Graduate and Professional Studies, Tirey Hall, room 183, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN 47809, telephone 812-237-3005 or toll free at 800-444-GRAD (4723).

UNIVERSITY FOUNDATIONAL STUDIES PROGRAM The Foundational Studies Program prepares students to become effective professionals and productive citizens. Please work with your academic advisor to determine whether there are any special Foundational Studies requirements or exceptions for your major. The requirements of the Foundational Studies Program can be found at http://www.indstate.edu/fs or contact the Office of General Education, Pickerl Hall, Rm. 101 E, telephone 812-2373940, e-mail Linda.Maule@indstate.edu. A list of Foundational Studies courses can be found at http://www.indstate.edu/registrar/.

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FALL FINAL EXAMINATION DATES DECEMBER 10-14, 2012 The final exam schedule is for all full-semester classes which meet at the times listed, including distance education courses. All classes are scheduled to take final exams during final exam week, including distance education courses. If classes meet regularly on days: WF, MW, MWF MWThF, MTThF MTWTh, MTWF, MTWThF

If classes meet regularly on days: TTh, TWThF TW, MTTh TWTh, TThF

Class Start

Final

Time: 7:00 or 7:30 8:00 or 8:30 9:00 or 9:30 10:00 or 10:30 11:00 or 11:30 12:00 or 12:30 1:00 or 1:30 2:00 or 2:30 3:00 or 3:30 4:00 or 4:30 5:00 or 5:30 6:00 or later

Exam: December December December December

Class Start

Final

Time: 7:00 or 7:30 8:00 or 8:30 9:00 or 9:30 10:00 or 10:30 11:00 or 11:30 12:00 or 12:30 1:00 or 1:30 2:00 or 2:30 3:00 or 3:30 4:00 or 4:30 5:00 or 5:30 6:00 or later

Exam: December December December December

If classes meet regularly on days: M or W or F

Exam 10 14 12 10

(M) (F) (W) (M)

Time: 6:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

December 14 (F)

10:00 a.m.

December 10 (M)

1:00 p.m.

December 12 (W) 1:00 December 10 (M) 3:00 December 12 (W) 3:00 December 12 (W) 5:00 December 10 (M) 5:00 *see below for schedule

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

If classes meet regularly on days: T or Th

Exam (T) (T) (T) (Th)

Time: 6:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m.

December 13 (Th)

10:00 a.m.

December 11 (T)

1:00 p.m.

11 11 11 13

December 13 (Th) 1:00 December 13 (Th) 3:00 December 11 (T) 3:00 December 13 (Th) 5:00 December 11 (T) 5:00 *see below for schedule

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

Class Start

Final

Time: 7:00 or 7:30 8:00 or 8:30 9:00 or 9:30 10:00 or 10:30 11:00 or 11:30 12:00 or 12:30 1:00 or 1:30 2:00 or 2:30 3:00 or 3:30 4:00 or 4:30 5:00 or 5:30 6:00 or later

Exam: December December December December

Class Start

Final

Time: 7:00 or 7:30 8:00 or 8:30 9:00 or 9:30 10:00 or 10:30 11:00 or 11:30 12:00 or 12:30 1:00 or 1:30 2:00 or 2:30 3:00 or 3:30 4:00 or 4:30 5:00 or 5:30 6:00 or later

Exam: December December December December

Exam 12 14 12 10

(W) (F) (W) (M)

Time: 6:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

December 14 (F)

10:00 a.m.

December 10 (M)

1:00 p.m.

December 12 (W) 1:00 December 10 (M) 3:00 December 12 (W) 3:00 December 12 (W) 5:00 *see below for schedule *see below for schedule

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

Exam (Th) (T) (T) (Th)

Time: 6:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m.

December 13 (Th)

10:00 a.m.

December 11 (T)

1:00 p.m.

13 11 11 13

December 13 (Th) 1:00 December 13 (Th) 3:00 December 11 (T) 3:00 December 13 (Th) 5:00 *see below for schedule *see below for schedule

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

*Evening and Saturday Classes Final examinations for all 5:00 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. and all evening classes which begin at 6:00 p.m. or later that that meet once a week are scheduled at 7:00 p.m. during finals week on the day of the week the class normally meets. Final examinations for 6:00 p.m. or later classes that meet more than once per week are scheduled for 7:00 p.m. during finals week on one of the regular meeting days of the class. It is the decision of the instructor as to which of the regular meeting days will be used for the final examination for 6:00 p.m. or later classes that meet more than once a week. Saturday classes will conduct final examinations during the regular meeting time on the last meeting date. Distance education courses are also required to administer final examinations during final examination week.

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SPRING FINAL EXAMINATION DATES APRIL 27 – MAY 3, 2013 The final exam schedule is for all full-semester classes which meet at the times listed, including distance education courses. All classes are scheduled to take final exams during final exam week, including distance education courses. If classes meet regularly on Days: WF, MW, MWF MWThF, MTThF MTWTh, MTWF, MTWThF

If classes meet regularly on Days: TTh, TWThF TW, MTTh TWTh, TThF

Class Start Time: 7:00 or 7:30 8:00 or 8:30 9:00 or 9:30 10:00 or 10:30 11:00 or 11:30 12:00 or 12:30 1:00 or 1:30 2:00 or 2:30 3:00 or 3:30 4:00 or 4:30 5:00 or 5:30 6:00 or later

Final Exam: April 29 (M) May 3 (F) May 1 (W) April 29 (M)

Exam Time: 6:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

If classes meet regularly on Class Start Days: Time: M or W or F 7:00 or 7:30 8:00 or 8:30 9:00 or 9:30 10:00 or 10:30

May 3 (F)

10:00 a.m.

April 29 (M)

1:00 p.m.

Class Start Time: 7:00 or 7:30 8:00 or 8:30 9:00 or 9:30 10:00 or 10:30 11:00 or 11:30 12:00 or 12:30 1:00 or 1:30 2:00 or 2:30 3:00 or 3:30 4:00 or 4:30 5:00 or 5:30 6:00 or later

Final Exam: April 30 (T) April 30 (T) April 30 (T) May 2 (Th)

Exam Time: 6:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m.

If classes meet regularly on Class Start Days: Time: T or Th 7:00 or 7:30 8:00 or 8:30 9:00 or 9:30 10:00 or 10:30

Final Exam: May 2 (Th) April 30 (T) April 30 (T) May 2 (Th)

Exam Time: 6:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m.

May 2 (Th)

10:00 a.m.

11:00 or 11:30

May 2 (Th)

10:00 a.m.

April 30 (T)

1:00 p.m.

12:00 or 12:30

April 30 (T)

1:00 p.m.

1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00

May 2 (Th) 1:00 p.m. May 2 (Th) 3:00 p.m. April 30 (T) 3:00 p.m. May 2 (Th) 5:00 p.m. *see below for schedule *see below for schedule

May 1 (W) 1:00 p.m. April 29 (M) 3:00 p.m. May 1 (W) 3:00 p.m. May 1 (W) 5:00 p.m. April 29 (M) 5:00 p.m. *see below for schedule

May 2 (Th) 1:00 p.m. May 2 (Th) 3:00 p.m. April 30 (T) 3:00 p.m. May 2 (Th) 5:00 p.m. April 30 (T) 5:00 p.m. *see below for schedule

Final Exam: May 1 (W) May 3 (F) May 1 (W) April 29 (M)

Exam Time: 6:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

11:00 or 11:30

May 3 (F)

10:00 a.m.

12:00 or 12:30

April 29 (M)

1:00 p.m.

1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00

May 1 (W) 1:00 p.m. April 29 (M) 3:00 p.m. May 1 (W) 3:00 p.m. May 1 (W) 5:00 p.m. *see below for schedule *see below for schedule

or or or or or or

or or or or or or

1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 later

1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 later

*Evening and Saturday Classes Final examinations for all 5:00 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. and all evening classes which begin at 6:00 p.m. or later that that meet once a week are scheduled at 7:00 p.m. during finals week on the day of the week the class normally meets. Final examinations for 6:00 p.m. or later classes that meet more than once per week are scheduled for 7:00 p.m. during finals week on one of the regular meeting days of the class. It is the decision of the instructor as to which of the regular meeting days will be used for the final examination for 6:00 p.m. or later classes that meet more than once a week. Saturday classes will conduct final examinations during the regular meeting time on the last meeting date. Distance education courses are also required to administer final examinations during final examination week. Study Week Policy Study Week is intended to encourage student preparation for final examinations given during the final examination week. Class attendance, however, is still expected. No examination of any kind, including quizzes that count over four percent of the grade, can be given during Study Week. Papers due during Study Week must be specified in the class syllabus handed out to students at the beginning of each semester. Examinations for laboratory; intensive, mini-courses; or summer sessions are permitted. The student is responsible for notifying the Student Government Association of a violation of any of the above terms. The Student Government Association will take the correct procedures for informing the faculty member and the academic department chairperson of the failure to comply with the terms of the Study Week policy. The student’s name will be confidential to the Student Government Association.

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DISTANCE EDUCATION INFORMATION The following courses are available to students who wish to complete course work from a distance. Distance education courses are designated by section numbers 300-309. Courses are offered through a variety of mediums including Internet and desktop videoconferencing. Specific course delivery mediums are noted in the BLDG column of the course listing as follows:

BUILDING

DELIVERY VIA -

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

Computer-based instruction (Internet) -

Some web courses require Live, web-based conferencing class meetings. These courses are denoted by a day and time listed. Please visit http://www.elluminate.com/support/docs/9.5/participant.jsp For instructions on use and preparation of the web conferencing tool.

WEB

Log on to the MyISU portal at: http://myisu.indstate.edu. Instructions for portal ID and password are at portal site.

Elluminate Courses

Links to your courses are located under My courses tab. If prompted for username and password: Username=portal ID and password = MMDD of your birth date.

Office of Admissions: 1-800-GO-TO-ISU

DT-VC

Desktop videoconferencing courses delivered via the Internet.

Immediately upon completion of the scheduling process contact the Office of Admissions at 1800-GO-TO-ISU. This office will help you select a site in your area, where you will take your televised course and provide contact information for the site coordinator at that particular site.

Additional off-campus courses are designated by section numbers 526-529. The bldg/room column identifies the county in which the course will be taught. Wherever possible, comments appear under the course to identify locations. Textbooks and course materials for distance courses may be purchased through the ISU Virtual Bookstore, at http://indiana-state.bkstore.com. FEE INFORMATION Payments and financial aid procedures are identical to those detailed in the front of this Schedule under “Fee Information.” Out-of-state residents who are completing all of their course work via distance education are eligible for the distance fee rates (listed below) if the following conditions are met: 1. 2. 3.

Individuals must be admitted to an ISU distance degree or program; Must declare themselves to be distance students by checking the distance box on their application for admission to Indiana State University; Enroll only in distance courses.

Out-of-state residents who do not meet these three conditions pay out-of-state rates for on-campus study. Undergraduate Fees • • •

0.5 – 11.5 credits: $358.00 (per credit hour) 12 – 18 credits: $4,936.00 (per semester) Above 18 credits: $5,738.00 (per semester)

Distance learning fee: $30 (per course) Graduate Fees • Fee per credit hour: $458.00 Distance learning fee: $50 (per course) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Additional information about distance courses can be obtained by contacting the Office of Admissions at 1-800-GO-TO-ISU (toll free), 812-237-2121, email to studentservices@indstate.edu, or visit the Web site at: http://www.indstate.edu/distance. Specific distance education courses can be found at http://www.indstate.edu/registrar.

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Schedule of Classes 2012-2013  

Indiana State University Schedule of Classes 2012-2013

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