The Office of the Registrar provides valuable services and information to the Skidmore community: student registration; class scheduling and room assignments; maintenance of student academic records; processing of data for new students, returning students and alumni; and the administration of unofficial and official transcript services.
- The last day to add a course is Monday Sept 13 at midnight. Afer that students need to obtain approval from the instructor (via email). If you miss 4 or more classes, the add could be denied by the Committee on Academic Standing regardless of instructor approval.
- The last day to drop a course from your schedule is Wednesday Sept 22 at midnight. This is also the deadline for grade option changes and independent study form submissions.
- The withdrawal without grade penalty deadline is November 11.
- Here is the link to the full add/drop calendar
The "CR" grade option, that was implemented last year for remote learning, is no longer an option. Here is the policy for the S/U grade option -
S/U, Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory: S/U grades do not affect the student’s grade-point average, but a student receiving an Unsatisfactory will not receive credit for the course. The college criterion for Satisfactory is the equivalent of a C or better (not C-). A student may take no more than one course in a semester for an S/U grade, excluding courses that are only offered S/U. A student may take a maximum of 16 semester hours for an S/U grade, excluding internships (and Spring 2020). The S/U option is offered at the discretion of the department or the instructor of the course. The semester schedule will indicate which courses may be taken for an S/U grade. Students must indicate their choice of the S/U grade option at the time of registration. No change may be made after the deadline published on the academic calendar. (Sept 22 for Fall 2021)