EFSC Academics My First Year at EFSC - Page 7


“ A goal without a plan is just a wish .” - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Important Dates

Fee Due Date :____________________ Add Drop Week :__________________
Registration for Next Term :________________
Scholarship Dates :________________________
Withdrawal Deadline :_____________ Other Important Dates

Registration Terminology

Add and Drop : Students may drop courses from their class schedule and / or add other courses through the date published in the Academic Calendar .
Late Fee : A non-refundable late registration fee will be assessed to all students registering in a term after the first published fee due date . Students will be assessed a one-time , per semester , $ 50 late registration fee for initial registration or adding courses during this time .
Holds : Holds may be placed for a number of reasons including outstanding admission requirements , unpaid financial obligations or an incorrect address . Certain holds can prevent registration . If the message center tells you that you have a hold - or if you can ’ t register because of a hold – visit easternflorida . edu / go / holds for a guide to determine the type , what it means and how to resolve it .
Prerequisite : Sometimes courses require students to have a certain level of knowledge before registering . For example , you must take ENC 1101 Composition 1 before you can register for ENC 1102 Composition 2 . Thus , ENC 1101 is the prerequisite for ENC 1102 . Tip : Refer to the Class Schedule Search or Catalog for information on a specific course .
Withdrawal : Students may withdraw from courses during a term , but there are established procedures and deadlines for doing so . The College Catalog and / or College website specifies the procedures . Students will still be responsible for all associated class fees . In some instances , approval from a college official may be needed .
Catalog Year : The catalog year at EFSC starts every August . The academic year catalog is posted online each July 1 , impacting program terms starting in August through June of the following calendar year .