REMINDER: SVSU allows students to enroll in course when students have course pre-requisites in progress. After grading each semester, student registrations for later semesters are reviewed. Students who have not received a "C" grade in pre-requisite courses will be dropped from the next course.
REMINDER: All students have an SVSU e-mail account. University offices use this account as an official means of communication. Students are responsible for checking their SVSU e-mail account frequently.
Each candidate for a degree should file a written application, accompanied by the $54.00 graduation fee, in the Registrar’s Office beginning April 8. The application deadline for Fall graduation is July 26, 2013.The sooner that you apply, the sooner that your graduation audit will be completed. All documentation and official transcripts of transferred credits must be on file in the Registrar’s Office at the time the application is submitted. Late applications and documentation may cause the candidate to be considered for a later graduation date. The Commencement Program will be ready for publication on October 4, 2013; applicants after that date will not appear in the program.
Commencement date: December 13, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
Each candidate for a degree should file a written application, accompanied by the $54.00 graduation fee, in the Registrar's Office beginning October 28, 2013. The application deadline for Winter graduation is November 26, 2013. The sooner that you apply, the sooner that your graduation audit will be completed. All documentation and official transcripts of transferred credits must be on file in the Registrar's Office at the time the application is submitted. Late applications and documentation may cause the candidate to be considered for a later graduation date. The Commencement Program will be readied for printing on February 10, 2014; applicants after that date will not appear in the program.
Commencement date: May 10, 2014
Cardinal Direct provides current enrollment information through the "Course Schedule Lookup" and "Search for and Register" features. Students can also view and print their academic histories, their class schedules, and their account balances. Students can pay outstanding balances by credit card or e-check on Cardinal Direct, or by check (no credit cards accepted in person) at the Campus Financial Services Center, W131A.
SVSU does not mail printed class schedules or tuition bills. Your schedule and bill are available on Cardinal Direct. All courses may be dropped for non-payment of any balance due. You are responsible for dropping courses you do not want. DO NOT assume that some one will drop courses for you.
All students must be currently admitted to SVSU prior to registering. Students whose last semester of attendance was prior to the Summer 2011 must file an application for readmission in the Registrar’s Office to register for Fall 2013. Students whose last semester of attendance was prior to Fall 2011 must file an application for readmission in the Registrar's Office to register for Winter 2014. Students who have been academically dismissed from SVSU must contact the Registrar’s Office to be considered for readmission after two full semesters.
All obligations to SVSU offices must be cleared prior to registration. All SVSU courses must be registered in accordance with this schedule. Courses beginning during the semester must be registered for during the current registration periods.
Directed study and tutorial applications are available in the Registrar’s Office. The applications should be completed and submitted to the Registrar’s Office with the course request form according to the registration schedule. Directed study and tutorial registrations for Fall 2013 will be accepted beginning April 8, 2013, and during later registration periods; Winter 2014 directed study and tutorial registrations will be accepted beginning October 28, 2013, and during later registration periods.
Check proposed courses to insure you have met all prerequisites or have them in progress at SVSU. Students who do not receive a "C" in a prerequisite course will be dropped from the later course. Students will not be allowed to register for a course without the prerequisite unless they have written permission of the course instructor on a registration form.
Courses numbered below 100 are not included in degree credits earned. The computer system does not count current credits toward class standing.
Students on academic probation are required to receive academic advising prior to registering. Probationary students who fail to meet with an advisor will be blocked from registration. Each undergraduate student must complete all Basic Skills testing prior to registration or registration will be blocked. Freshmen and undecided students should consult with an academic advisor; for assistance, contact the Academic Advisement Center at (989) 964-4286.
Students are academically and financially responsible for all their registrations. Please refer to the semester calendars for course withdrawal deadlines.
Courses that do not meet minimum enrollment standards as of the end of the last day of registration before the semester begins (August 19, 2013 for Fall 2013;January 8, 2014 for Winter 2014) will be canceled. An SVSU representative will attempt to contact students who have enrolled in canceled courses.
Admission to SVSU is necessary before a student may register.
A student eligible for veterans educational benefits should submit a request for certification to the Registrar’s Office. Credit hours needed for benefits are:
|Full time||12 credit hours||9 credit hours|
|Three-quarter time||9-11 credit hours||7-8 credit hours|
|Half time||6-9 credit hours||5-6 credit hours|
|Less than half time||5 credit hours or less||4 credit hours or less|
Tuition and fee rates are set by the Board of Control and are subject to change without notice. Tuition and fee rates, payment policies and payment instructions are listed on our web site at Student Financial Services. Credit hour cost is determined by the level of the course, not the student's class standing.
SVSU offices cannot accept credit card payments. Payment in cash or by check may be made at the Campus Financial Services Center, 1st floor Wickes Hall. Credit card payments and e-check payments may be made using Cardinal Direct. VISA is not accepted.
Payment Deadline for Fall 2013: Payment in person or through Cardinal Direct must be received by 6 p.m.,Wednesday, July 31, 2013. Payment by mail must be received by July 31 and addressed to: SVSU Cashier’s Office, 7400 Bay Road, University Center, MI 48710. Postmarks will not be honored. When paying by mail, please include your student ID number with your check or money order.
Payment Deadline for Winter 2014: Payent in person or through Cardinal Direct must be received by 6 p.m., Wednesday, December 4, 2013.
Students who have outstanding balances after the July 31, 2013, or December 4. 2013 payment deadline will be dropped from their classes.
Scholarships and financial aid may not fully cover tuition, fees, and other costs (e.g., housing). Students receiving financial aid through the Office of Scholarships and Student Financial Aid must pay any balance due by the 6 p.m. deadline, July 31 (Fall) or December 4 (Winter), to avoid having courses dropped.
Students who have all of their tuition and fees paid by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, and do not desire to attend SVSU Fall or Winter semesters, must inform the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid prior to the first day of the semester and drop their courses. Only the Registrar’s Office is authorized to drop courses for students; no other office or staff member can drop courses for a student. To be dropped from a course, students must file a course withdrawal in the Registrar’s Office, or inform the Registrar’s Office in writing by mail or fax. Written notification must include the student’s name, Social Security Number, course information (line number and course name), and the student’s signature. You are financially obligated to pay for any courses from which you do not officially withdraw.
Students who register during Registration/Schedule Adjustment or Late Registration Add/Drop are required to make payment in full at the Campus Financial Services Center or by credit card or e-check using Cardinal Direct. Courses not paid for may be dropped.
Complete information on financial aid programs is available on SVSU’s web site at www.svsu.edu/financialaid/
Students who have questions about financial aid should contact the Campus Financial Services Center, 1st floor Wickes, telephone: 989-964-4900, or e-mail: email@example.com.
Students who are interested in working on campus must submit a Student Employment Application, which is available from the Career Services Office (270 Wickes Hall) or on the department’s website (www.svsu/edu/careers/). For more information, contact Career Services at (989) 964-4954.
In case of an emergency requiring police and/or medical assistance, contact Saginaw Central Dispatch at 911 (from off campus), or 9-911 (from on campus).
As required by the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, the Department of Public Safety distributes an annual Crime Awareness Report that describes campus criminal activity and related safety issues. For a copy of the report, call (989) 964-4141 or view online.
SVSU encourages all students to exercise their right to vote. If you have not registered to vote, you now are able to obtain Voter Registration forms at the University. The forms are available in the Student Association Office, Campus Life Center, Evening Services and Registrar’s Office.
Adverse weather conditions, especially those associated with Michigan winters, may affect the normal operations of the University. If adverse conditions necessitate cancellation or closing, the decision to do so will be made prior to 6:30 a.m. for day classes (those beginning before 4 p.m.) and by 2:30 p.m. for evening classes.
For campus closing information, tune to your local radio or television station, or call the SVSU Weather Information line at (989) 964-4477. When the campus is closed, a message will appear on the SVSU website (www.svsu.edu).
Visit the Bookstore website at www.bkstore.com/svsu/.
The Student Counseling Center serves as a Mental Health and Substance Abuse referral resource for students. Counseling Center staff provide assessments, crisis intervention, community referrals and psychoeducational classes. All services are confidential. In addition, prevention and educational programs are offered to the campus community. Visit www.svsu.edu/healthysvsu/ for a detailed description of services. Call (989) 964-7000 to schedule an appointment or visit the office located in 112 Curtiss Hall.
SVSU does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the recruitment and admission of students, the recruitment and employment of faculty or staff and the operation of any of its programs, services or activities.
SVSU offers auxiliary aids and services to students with documented disabilities. Eligibility status and accommodations are coordinated through the Office of Disability Services, located in 112 Curtiss Hall. For more information on services available, documentation requirements, student responsibilities and procedures, visit our website at www.svsu.edu/disabilityservices/ or call (989) 964-7000.
Use of Social Security Number: www.svsu.edu/registrar/
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, students are advised that the requested disclosure of their Social Security Number is voluntary.
Student Access to Records and Directory Information: www.svsu.edu/registrar/#records
University policy grants access by students to their education records under conditions which conform to theFamily Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended. This policy is regulated by the appropriate federal guidelines.
University Policy Concerning the Use of Alcohol and Other Drugs:
University policy concerning the use of alcohol and other drugs is included in the SVSU Student Handbook. The information includes, but is not limited to: policy rationale, student responsibilities, regulations, sanctions, health risks and campus and community resources. Copies of the Student Handbook are available to all students on-line, in the Academic Advisement Center (117 Wickes Hall), and Residential Life (114 Curtiss Hall).