To receive course credit, a student must meet all prerequisites
and be registered for the course in the Records Office. Registration dates are listed on the Calendar
Students registering late must pay
a $40 late fee.
Plan for Learning
College offers a yearly program of instruction in which two semesters
are divided by a five-week Interterm beginning this
year December 12 and ending January 17. Interterm may be
used by students to simply enjoy as a vacation, seek employment, travel
a Proclaim ministry team
or sports team, or to earn credits on or away from campus. Students may attend
Interterm classes on campus January 4–16 and earn two or three
credits. Two Post-term sessions are held, May 7–20 and May
3. Two or three credits may be earned during each session.
One semester credit hour represents the
equivalent of one hour of lecture or two hours of laboratory work each week. Class lecture or laboratory time combined with outside classwork or studying is expected to equal approximately three hours per credit each week. An equivalent amount of work is required for studio work, practicums, internships, and classes that do not meet on the semester schedule.
Additional: During the drop/add
period each semester, a student may, upon obtaining approval from the
Registrar, add a course to his schedule and register the change with
the Records Office. A change of course fee will be charged.
Drops: To drop a course without
receiving a failing grade, a student must acquire the approval of the
Registrar and register the change with the Records Office
by the end of the first four weeks of the semester. Courses dropped after
this time will show a grade of “WF.” A drop fee will be charged.
Withdrawals: Anyone whose circumstances
force him to withdraw from the College must have a withdrawal form properly
executed by the Student Life Office.
If the withdrawal is deemed honorable and
if all financial obligations have been met, the student’s permanent
record will show an honorable withdrawal and grades of “W.” Unregistered
withdrawals and other dishonorable withdrawals will show a dishonorable
withdrawal and grades of “W.”
Course Cancellation: Any course
with insufficient enrollment may be canceled.
Christian College cannot schedule courses for the convenience of individual
students who cannot or who do not take courses in their regular