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Ohio State students are responsible for knowing important university dates and deadlines regarding registration, fees and more. Please visit the registrar’s website for a comprehensive list of dates and deadlines.
MAJOR DATES TO REMEMBER:
Course Additions for Full Semester Classes*
- Online “Open” Registration through: 1st Friday
- With Instructor Permission: 2nd Friday
- By Petition Only: After 2nd Friday
Course Drops/Withdrawals for Full Semester Classes*
- Last Day to Drop Online without a “W”: 4th Friday
- Last Day to Withdraw/“W” will appear on transcript: 10th Friday
- By Petition Only: After 10th Friday
Students graduating from the Glenn College must submit an application to graduate during the term in which they wish to graduate. Applications must be submitted by the following deadlines:
- Fall: Apply by Oct. 1
- Spring: Apply by March 1
- Summer: Apply by July 1
As a student of Ohio State, there are many campus resources available to make your time in college as seamless as possible.
Advising at OSU: For general questions related to adding/dropping courses, picking up a minor, Degree Audit Reports, transfer credit, transcripts, Carmen and more.
Financial Aid: All questions related to financial aid, scholarships and/or fees should be directed to Student Financial Aid.
Counseling and Consultation Services : Individual counseling, group counseling, workshops and more
Glenn College Career Services: Support for launching your career in public service
Disability Services: Receive support while ensuring equal access to university life.
Student Advocacy Center: Assistance with academic petitions or grievances, support through illnesses or personal crises, and many other services.
Student Wellness Center: Empowers students to strive for balance and wellness through personal coaching, workshops and more.
Writing Center: Free help with any stage of the writing process.
Younkin Success Center: Career Counseling and Support Services, the Walter E. Dennis Learning Center, Counseling and Consultation Services and more.
Buckeye Link: Located on the corner of Lane and Tuttle, this one-stop shop houses the registrar, bursar, student financial aid and more.
Carly Dearborn, the Glenn College’s librarian, maintains a page of Public Affairs Resources.
It is highly recommended that you consult with your academic advisor before completing any of the forms or petitions below.
Adding a Course (after the first Friday): Course Enrollment Permission Form
This form and instructor permission are needed for courses added after the first Friday and prior to the second Friday of the semester.
Adding a Course (after the second Friday): Undergraduate Registration Petition Form
This form is needed for late course adds that occur after the second Friday of the semester.
Add a Course Requiring Instructor Permission: Course Enrollment Permission Form
Complete this form by contacting the course instructor to get approval to add any course requiring instructor permission.
Curriculum Petition: Curriculum Petition Form
These petitions are used when a student would like to alter curricular requirements. Typically, this includes substituting a new course or waiving a requirement for a GE, major or specialization requirement.
Dual Degree Petition: Dual Degree Petition Form
If you would like to add a second degree to your academic plan, a dual degree petition will need to be completed for the Public Affairs major.
Minor as Specialization Petition: Personalized/Minor as Specialization Petition Form
If a student would like to complete a minor as their specialization, they can attempt to petition a major for approval through this petition.
Over Maximum Credit Hours Petition: Undergraduate Registration Petition Form
Exceeding 18 credit hours in a certain term is not only rigorous, but there are financial ramifications as well. Students seeking to exceed 18 hours must submit a petition in order for the Glenn College to determine if this is the best course of action.
Personalized Specialization Track Petition: Personalized/Minor as Specialization Petition Form
If a student would like to specialize their major coursework in a certain policy or topic area that does not already exist, they can attempt to create a personalized track of their own through this petition process.
Retroactive Withdrawal Petition: Undergraduate Registration Petition Form
This petition is for extenuating circumstances where a student wishes to change their withdrawal date to a previous date within the semester.
Withdrawing from a Course (after the 4th Friday): Withdrawal Request Form
This form is needed for any full-session course drops after the 4th Friday of the semester and before the 10th Friday. Please note, this drop will be considered a “withdrawal,” meaning a “W” will appear on permanent academic records.
Withdrawing from a Course (after the 10th Friday): Undergraduate Registration Petition Form
This form is needed for any full-session course drops after the 10th Friday of the semester. Please note, this drop will be considered a “withdrawal,” meaning a “W” will appear on permanent academic records.