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COVID-19 Registrar Updates

Spring 2020 Updates as of 5/1/20

The following dates and deadlines have been updated for the spring 2020 semester.  Stay up-to-date by revisiting this page throughout the semester. For other information regarding COVID-19 for the Scripps community, please visit our Emergency Preparedness homepage.

Important Dates (Updated 5/1/20)

March 30, 2020 Classes resume online
April 6, 2020 Deadline to drop a class without record, or to request audit grading.
April 28 – 30, 2020 Pre-registration for fall 2020
May 4, 2020 Thesis submission deadline for all majors; Add/drop open to all students.
May 6, 2020 Last day to withdraw from a course. Last day to become part-time
May 15, 2020 Major Declaration deadline
May 21, 2020 Grading deadline for all students
May 26, 2020 Last day to request letter-grade
TBD Commencement

Faculty

  • All grades are due May 21, 2020

Students

正规365体育投注Please note the change in due dates above.

正规365体育投注Please be aware that a decision to drop or withdraw from a course, or to reduce below full-time status, may have serious adverse consequences for some students. Cutting back may delay your progress toward graduation and/or affect your financial aid eligibility. Please confer carefully with your academic adviser, and the appropriate offices before making your decisions. Once you drop a course from your schedule, you cannot add it back.

Pass (Pandemic) / No Record (Pandemic) is the default grading for Spring 2020 (Updated 5/1/20)

  • Student Discretion for Letter Grade. The default grading is Pass (Pandemic) / No Record (Pandemic). The decision to take a course for a letter-grade is at the student’s discretion.
  • Passing Grade. A Passing (PP) grade is a D or better (our current grading system is A-D)
  • Deadline. The last day that a student can change from a PP/NRP to a letter-grade option is May 26, 2020.  Students must notify their faculty if this is their choice.  These decisions cannot be retroactively changed.
  • GE/Major/Minor Requirements. Courses graded PP/NRP this semester may still qualify toward completion of requirements.
  • No Forms Required for Requesting PP/NRP for Spring 2020. No paperwork or petition will be necessary for a faculty member to assign students PP/NRP grades for the spring 2020 semester. Students interested in PP/NRP grading should request this with their faculty.
  • Senior Thesis Allowed (affects honors). Pass/fail grading may be applied to Senior Thesis (NOTE: Pass/Fail for senior thesis will make student ineligible for honors in their major)
  • Major Honors. Modifications to honors requirements are the purview of the department. Discuss carefully with your adviser if you’re pursuing honors and are considering pass/fail grading. Pass/Fail grading WILL satisfy a major or minor or GE requirement for spring 2020, but dept honors may still require letter grades.
  • Latin Honors. Latin honors is determined by the student’s cumulative GPA. PP/NRP does not impact a student’s cumulative GPA.
  • Dean’s List. At this time there is no change to the requirements for Dean’s List for spring 2020 (11.0 GPA in at least 4.0 letter-graded courses)

Important: Grading policies travel with students within the Claremont Colleges. Faculty across the consortium will need to provide grades according to the Scripps grading policy for Scripps students (e.g., Scripps student taking Pitzer class will be graded by the Pitzer faculty member according to the revised policy above).

Online Transfer Credit (Update 4/14/20)

If you’re planning to take courses at another institution during spring or summer to transfer back to Scripps, please note:
Spring 2020 and summer 2020 online transfer courses will continue to count toward elective credit but also can satisfy general education requirement and/or (with adviser approval) major/minor requirements.  The online courses must meet transfer credit criteria of an equivalent undergraduate liberal arts course which complements our curriculum, offered by regionally accredited colleges and universities, in which letter grades of C or better are earned.  Normally credit is allowed up to 2.0 Scripps equivalent courses.  During spring 2020 and summer 2020, students seeking more than 2.0 equivalent courses via online transfer credit must  to consider each request on a case by case basis, not to exceed a maximum of the equivalent of 4.0 courses which is considered a normal Scripps course load in a semester. Other standard  apply.

International Students:

Senior Thesis:

The deadline to submit your thesis to your readers and to upload your thesis to Scholarship is May 4.

For those seeking an embargo or exemption request, please
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Sophomores and Juniors:

Major declaration forms will be due soon. You may declare
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http://inside.spintermet.com/registrar/registrar-home/forms/major-forms

Instructions:

You will correspond with your chosen major
adviser via email to review your completed major form. The faculty member will
review your form and approve the courses chosen for your major by replying
directly to you. Forward your email approval and form together to registrar@spintermet.com

If you are in search of a faculty email address,


Summer 2020 Updates

Currently, students must abide by our current transfer credit and online course policy for summer 2020.

Are you considering summer school? Pitzer and Harvey Mudd offer summer courses, and those
courses are transferable to Scripps, and several can satisfy Scripps GE
requirements.  How they may satisfy major/minor requirements is something
you need to discuss with your adviser. Registration for summer courses at
Pitzer or HMC  is NOT through the portal, but as a visiting Pitzer or HMC
student for the summer.  Since it’s not cross-registration through
Scripps, registration, tuition, etc. are all run through those colleges. See
this page on the Pitzer website,
, and click here for HMC summer school information
.

If you’re considering summer
school elsewhere or summer internship for credit, remember that Scripps
accepts transfer credit from regionally accredited US colleges and universities
in which letter grades of C or better were earned in liberal arts courses that
are UC-transferrable or equivalent.

Online Transfer Credit (Updated 4/14/20)

If you’re planning to take courses at another institution during spring or summer to transfer back to Scripps, please note:
Spring 2020 and summer 2020 online transfer courses will continue to count toward elective credit but also can satisfy general education requirement and/or (with adviser approval) major/minor requirements.  The online courses must meet transfer credit criteria of an equivalent undergraduate liberal arts course which complements our curriculum, offered by regionally accredited colleges and universities, in which letter grades of C or better are earned.  Normally credit is allowed up to 2.0 Scripps equivalent courses.  During spring 2020 and summer 2020, students seeking more than 2.0 equivalent courses via online transfer credit must  to consider each request on a case by case basis, not to exceed a maximum of the equivalent of 4.0 courses which is considered a normal Scripps course load in a semester. Other standard  apply.

Summer internship credit

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Fall 2020 Updates

  • Currently, plans for fall 2020 are unchanged.

Regarding Fall 2020 Pre-Registration

  • Students planning on studying abroad for Fall 2020 will be able to pre-register for courses as an alternative plan.
  • Course schedule and registration appointments will be visible on the portal starting April 10