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First, you must meet with or consult your advisor during the designated advising time period. Once that is done, you can register online using Marynet. If you have problems, contact Information Technology Services (ITS) at (703) 526-6990 or email us.
Any time that you have a financial obligation with Marymount University other than tuition for the upcoming semester, you will have a restriction placed on your account. You also may have a restriction placed on your record because of a disciplinary action, a matter concerning a study abroad program, or some other program requirement. These restrictions will prevent you from registering for classes, adding/dropping classes, and obtaining transcripts.
If you do have a restriction, contact the office that placed the restriction on your record, using the restriction code to indicate the appropriate office. Only that office can remove the restriction from your record.
To add a course, you must secure and properly complete an “add” card available from your School office or from the Registrar’s Office. Properly completed and approved cards, with required signatures, must be returned and processed by the student to the Office of the Registrar before the addition of the course is official.
You need to obtain the appropriate signatures on an Add/Drop Form before the Registrar’s Office will add/drop your classes.
Students can add or drop courses online or in person up to the date specified in the Academic Calendar.
To drop a class or classes, a student should complete an Add/Drop form at the Registrar’s Office or access his or her class schedule via Marynet.
To withdraw from a class or classes, a student should complete an Add/Drop from at the Registrar’s Office.
To drop or withdraw from all classes in a semester and maintain matriculation for the next semester, a student must request and obtain email approval for Continuous Registration from their associate dean. The last date for enrolled students to request Continuous Registration is the same date as the last day to withdraw from classes as listed in the Academic Calendar. The date on which the student submits the Continuous Registration request becomes the official date of withdrawal.
Students who stop attending courses without officially withdrawing from the course or separating from the university will receive an F.
The University has a policy for requesting consideration for and reasons for such requests may include, but are not limited to:
Eligible students from Marymount may take approved courses at member institutions through cross-registration. Learn more.
The date a student submits their request for Continuous Registration is the official date to determine the student’s financial responsibility to the university. The last date for enrolled students to request Continuous Registration is the same date as the last day to withdraw from classes as listed in the Academic Calendar. For a returning student who has not enrolled in the current semester, the last date to request Continuous Registration is two weeks after the last day to add classes.
If a student does not submit a request for Continuous Registration, the student breaks registration and must reapply for admission to the university. A non-degree student who does not enroll in a semester must reapply for admission to the university
Requests for a change of academic program must be made in writing. Forms for this purpose may be obtained in School offices. Only degree-seeking students may complete this form. A request for program change must be approved by the dean of the School housing the requested program. A nondegree student must reapply through the Office of Admissions to become a degree-seeking student.
Students who change their major must meet the requirements outlined in the University Catalog in effect at the time of the declaration of the new major. This policy also applies to students who were in undeclared status and then declare a major.
Any student who wishes to change his or her academic program of study must reapply to the University through the Office of Graduate Admissions and seek admission to that program. A nondegree student must reapply to become a degree-seeking student.
I want to take just one or two classes at Marymount but not earn a degree or certificate. Or I’m visiting from another school to take a class during a break period. How do I enroll as a nondegree student?
Undergraduates: Certificate and Nondegree Admission Requirements
Graduates: Nondegree students
When planning your schedule with your advisor, please review the Liberal Arts Core requirements listed in the Undergraduate Catalog that was published during your academic year of matriculation. Notations of Liberal Arts Core designations can be found in the Course Description section as well.
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The cumulative grade point average is determined by dividing the number of quality points a student has earned by the number of measurable credits of work. Quality points per credit are shown in the following chart (Graduate courses are graded A through C or F):
The following is a brief explanation of the letter grades that may be further delineated by a plus sign (+ ), which is not used for A grades, or a minus sign (-). The numerical equivalent of letter grades is determined by the instructor and is approved by the dean of the School that offers the course. Undergraduate students permitted to enroll in graduate courses (500-level and above) should consult the University’s Graduate Catalog for graduate student grading policies.
The following is a brief explanation of the letter grades that may be further delineated by a plus sign (+ ), which is not used for A grades, or a minus sign (-), which is not used for C grades. The numerical equivalent of letter grades is determined by the instructor and is approved by the dean of the School that offers the course.
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Undergraduate students should review the Undergraduate Catalog for the explanation of academic standing. http://www.marymount.edu/catalog
Graduate students should review the Graduate Catalog for the policy on probation, suspension, and dismissal. http://www.marymount.edu/catalog
FERPA stands for Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. It affords you, as a student, certain rights with regard to your education records. A complete description can be found in the University Catalog.
More information about your rights under FERPA can be found on our FERPA Information Page.
A student who has a complaint or grievance should bring it forward promptly for resolution.
If the matter concerns a final grade for a course, a student should attempt to resolve it informally in discussions with the instructor of record. A final grade is reviewed only when there is a question whether the grade was calculated in accordance with the requirements and grading procedures stated in the course syllabus. A complaint that is not resolved informally between a student and an instructor should be referred first to the appropriate department chairperson and, if still unresolved, to the School dean. The decision of the School dean is final. Problems involving course grades must be brought forward within 45 days of the end of the semester in which the grade was earned.
A student who has an academic grievance other than a grade should attempt to resolve it informally in discussions with the appropriate instructor, faculty member, or his/her advisor. A complaint that is not resolved informally between a student and a faculty member is to be referred to the appropriate department chairperson. If not resolved, the complaint may be taken to the School dean. If the student is still not satisfied, he or she may bring the concern in writing to the associate vice president for Academic Affairs. Appeals of the decision made by the associate vice president for Academic Affairs may be brought to the provost and vice president for Academic Affairs. The decision of the provost and vice president for Academic Affairs regarding the issue or issues of concern is final. For consideration, a student should bring forward a complaint or problem no later than 45 days from the end of the semester in which the concern occurred.
Nonacademic complaints should be addressed to the department or office in which the problem originated. Complaints not resolved at this level may be referred to the supervisor for that office. If the student is not satisfied with the resolution of the problem by the supervisor, he or she may refer the concern to the office of the vice president who supervises the area in which the complaint originated. The decision of the vice president for that area regarding the issue or issues of concern is final. This policy applies to oral and written complaints.
In accordance with VAC 40-31-100 of the Virginia Administrative Code, The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) is responsible for investigating all written and signed complaints against postsecondary educational institutions operating in Virginia. This includes SCHEV oversight in resolving complaints from students taking distance education under the aegis of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA). If a student has a complaint and has exhausted the avenues provided by Marymount University to resolve the complaint internally, the student can submit a Student Complaint Form to SCHEV. More details on the formal SCHEV student complaints procedure can be found on the SCHEV agency website at www.schev.edu
To request a replacement diploma, the student must complete the Replacement Diploma Request Form and the Credit Card Payment Form. Completed forms should be returned to the Office of the Registrar. The cost for a replacement diploma is $90 per copy. Marymount University will attempt to provide a replacement diploma with President/Provost/Dean signatures from the student’s graduation year. If not able, current signatures will be used.
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