Plan now for the courses that you plan to take this spring and summer. The registration priority schedule is available:
Contact me with any questions or concerns.
Welcome from the faculty and staff in the School of Technology. We are excited for the start of a new year as it is going to be a great year!
Stop in and see us if you have any questions or would like to meet.
Log onto BanWeb and run your degree audit each semester. It is an automated record of a student’s progress toward degree and/or program completion. A report shows all of the requirements needed to receive a degree and which courses are used to satisfy those requirements.
Sign into MyMichiganTech
Select current students from the tool bar
Select Undergraduate Degree Audit within Academic Information
Initial Spring and Summer 2017 registration will begin on Sunday, October 23 and run through Sunday, November 6. There will then be a short blackout period and registration will re-open until the end of the first week of the spring semester. Summer registration will remain open until summer classes begin.
The Priority Schedule is available on the Registrar’s homepage:
Priority is based on the number of credits earned at the time of registration. BanWeb shows you when your registration time begins. Once your online registration becomes available on BanWeb, you may continue to make registration changes through the rest of the priority schedule and until the first week of the spring semester.
The time listed for transfer students on the schedule refers to new incoming Spring or Summer 2017 transfer students only. All other students (including Fall 2016 transfer students or prior) will follow the priority based on earned credit hours.
Friday, September 2 – Last day to add a full semester class.
Wednesday, September 7 – Last day to drop a full semester class with a refund if you drop below 12 credits– Financial Aid credit load established
Friday, September 16 – Last day to drop a full semester class without a grade
Tuesday, September 27 – Career Fair
Monday, October 17 – Mid-term Progress reports available after 5 p.m.(first year students)
Sunday, October 30 – Spring/Summer Registration begins according to earned credits
Friday, November 4 – Last day to drop a full semester class with a “W” grade
Note: After 5:00 p.m. on November 4, you cannot drop a class unless there are clearly extenuating circumstances that prohibit you from completing the course (Late Drop policy). A “W” will appear on your transcript if a late drop request is approved. Late drops are not approved strictly to avoid poor grades.
December 12-16 – Final Exams
Welcome to our new and returning students in the School of Technology! I look forward to working with you this year and invite you to come in and see me with your advising questions.
Have a great semester!
Academic Advising Hours
Walk in Hours: 423 EERC
Monday and Friday: 8-12 and 2-4
Tuesday – Thursday: 8-12 and 1-4
- To make an appointment:
Stop by the main office (426 EERC), or
Call 906-487-2159, or
Email Pam (email@example.com) or Danise (firstname.lastname@example.org) and include:
Reason for appointment
Congratulations and best wishes to our School of Technology graduates.
We are very proud of you all. Best wishes for a fulfilling career!
from the Registrar…
The last day to drop full term spring semester classes is 5 p.m. on Friday, March 25. All drops must be done in the Registrar’s Office, Administration and Student Services Building, Room 130. The last day to drop track B classes with a “W” grade is Friday, April 8.
According to the University policy on late drops: “After the tenth week of the semester, a student may request a late drop from the Dean of Student’s Office, which will consider those requests that involve circumstances beyond the student’s control.”
Extenuating circumstances may include (but are not limited to) prolonged illness, serious accidents and death in the immediate family or of a close friend.
All requests must be made in writing. Instructions for late drops are available in the Dean of Students Office. No late drops will be granted to avoid poor grades