Registration for any semester is contingent upon being eligible for registration. Thus, advance registration, including the payment of tuition and fees is considered to be invalid if students are later declared to be ineligible due to scholastic, financial or disciplinary reasons.
Students should also be familiar with the following general points about registration:
Registration for a semester is conducted under a Registration Calendar (please refer to the Academic Calendar). Students who do not register according to the specified schedule will be charged with the late registration fee.
The "Student Personal Data" form and "Registration" form must be processed through the Admissions Office.
Enrolment changes to classes can only be made through the processing of an official "ADD/DROP" form (you can take it from the Reception Desk). The "ADD/DROP" form must be signed by the student's Advisor.
Students may not drop a course merely by stopping attendance.
The last day to Add or Drop a course is the last day of the second week of classes.
The last day to withdraw from a course is the last day of the 8th week of classes. Students wishing to withdraw from a course(s) must file a "Withdrawal" form at the Registrar's Office. Students receive no credits for courses they choose to withdraw from. All withdrawals are subject to the tuition refund policy of the college. Students who do not file for withdrawal with the Registrar's Office within the specified period will continue to be registered for the course(s) and if they have not completed the requirements of the course(s), will be assigned an "F" as a final grade.
No student will be allowed to register for a course if the prerequisites for that course are not completed.
Students may take 30 to 36 ECTS per semester. To qualify for this a student must have either a 2.0 cumulative grade point average, or a 2.0 grade point average in the previous semester or Summer Session. A student with a G.P.A. of 3.0 or better on all work completed may be permitted to register for more ECTS and may continue to do so as long as the 3.0 average is maintained.
CANCELLATION OF COURSES
Courses may be cancelled by the College before the first day of classes due to insufficient enrollment.
STUDENT ID CARDS
All students are provided with an ID Card, valid for one semester, which gives them access to various common areas of the College such as the Library and the Computer Labs. Students can renew their ID Cards every semester during registration.