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Spring 2020 Deadline May 9, 2020
Student should include the filled out form and all of the appropriate parties on one email chain, ask for everyone to reply all and then submit the final email chain to Records at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is the student's responsibility to email Records.
|Declared Graduation Term||Undergrad Degrees|
|Preceding October 15|
|Summer Term||Preceding February 1|
|Fall Semester||Preceding March 1|
|Winter Intersession||Preceding September 1|
Application & Diploma fee $30
Late fee $25
Use this form to update the anticipated graduation term you originally submitted on your Graduation Application. Do not
submit another graduation application. Do not pay additional graduation application ($20) or diploma fees ($10). You will not
be eligible to enroll in terms beyond your anticipated graduation term until this form is processed. This form must be
accompanied by a $25 late submission fee.
Instructions for submission:
Submit filled and signed document to email@example.com
send payment by either: (1) check to the Cashier's office or (2) online
Fall 2020 Deadline August 21, 2020
Students may petition for a leave of absence for such reasons as:
• Professional or academic opportunities, like travel or study abroad;
• Employment related to educational goals and major fields of study or participation in field study or research projects;
• Medical reasons, including pregnancy, major surgery, and other health-related circumstances; and
• Financial reasons, such as the necessity to work for a specified period to resume study with adequate resources.
Use this form to request approval to repeat a course a second time (a third time taking the same course).
Use this form to select your options and record approvals when you take the same course more than once.
Credit by Examination: POLS 2000 Summary
Fall 2020 Deadline September 23, 2020
To find out how to register, email Veronica at firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to the COVID 19, we will be conducting this form online for Fall 2020.
Students looking to test out of the State and Local Government requirement. The test consists of 50 multiple choice questions that must be completed within an hour and a half. Students must bring a scantron sheet (882-E) and a #2 pencil. Students who do not pass the test must take one of the following courses: POLS 1000, PAS 1100, POLS 3500, or CLS 1300. POLS 2000 Summary will give a more detailed instructions.
The topics examined are covered in Larry N. Gerston and Terry Christensen, California Politics and Government: A Practical Approach, 14th Edition (Cengage, 2018), or a later edition.
The book is on reserve in the University Library under POLS 2000, and may also be purchased at the University Bookstore or online in both hard copy and electronic formats at: www.cengagebrain.com. For further preparation, students may wish to contact current instructors of POLS 1000 by e-mail to inquire about auditing the section of the course that deals with California politics. Do not enroll in POLS 1000, POLS 3500, CLS 1300, or PAS 1100.