Schedule of Classes

Intersession Registration Procedures

Registration

  • The registration deadline for intersession courses varies. A student may register for a class up to the time the class is scheduled to begin on May 23, 2011. Early registration is strongly recommended.
  • Late registration (after May 23) is not permitted without special justification and without approval of the appropriate instructor, department head and school dean.
  • Note: Faculty and staff may not be available for advising or enrollment during Final Exam week (May 13 – 19, 2011).

Currently Enrolled Students:

  • Print a Degree Audit (CAPP) for your advising session with your academic adviser.
  • Discuss the Intersession Course with your academic adviser in the major department or by appointment with a member of the Advising, Counseling and Testing Services staff (Hearnes Hall 114).
  • After meeting with the major adviser, have the schedule entered in the computer terminal according to the hours posted by your department.

Former and Transfer students:

  • Report to the Admissions Office, Hearnes Hall 109.
  • You will be issued a “Permit to Enroll.”
  • Discuss the Intersession Course with your academic adviser in the major department or by appointment with a member of the Advising, Counseling and Testing staff (Hearnes Hall 114).
  • After meeting with the major adviser, have the schedule entered in the computer terminal according to the hours posted by your department.

Incoming Freshmen:

  • Report to the Admissions Office, Hearnes Hall 109, to certify your admission.
  • Discuss the Intersession Course with an academic adviser in the major department or by appointment with a member of the Advising, Counseling and Testing staff (Hearnes Hall 114).
  • After meeting with the major adviser, have the schedule entered in the computer terminal according to the hours posted by your department.
  • A student may register for no more than three semester hours during the Intersession. Permission to audit can be granted only to students who pay full tuition and all program fees associated with these courses of study. Audit forms are available in Hearnes Hall 100.
  • The Intersession is a supplement to the 2011 Summer Schedule of Classes. All course offerings listed in this schedule are subject to change or cancellation in cases of insufficient enrollment. Classes enrolling fewer than ten students may or may not be canceled as the instructor chooses. Generally, regular classes enrolling ten or more students will be guaranteed unless the course involves travel with a stated minimum. Registration is complete only when the enrollment form is signed and payment is made in the Business Office (Hearnes Hall Room 210).

Drop/Add/Withdraw

Students may drop any intersession course without academic penalty and receive a 100% refund on or before May 23 only. Students may withdraw from a class with a grade of “W” between May 23 – 26, 2011. Non-attendance will not constitute a withdrawal. Course withdrawals must be filed in the Registrar’s Office.

Intersession Tuition

Tuition is computed at the rate of $143.00 per credit hour (Missouri resident) and $297.20 per credit hour (Non-Resident). Tuition is payable in full no later than 4:00 p.m. on May 23, 2011. If you withdraw from your class(es) on or after May 24, 2011, there will be no refund of payment and you will be responsible for 100% of all fees. Food, lodging, transportation, personal, and miscellaneous expenses are not included in the tuition and must be provided by the student. If additional course fees are required they are listed with the course description. ROOM AND BOARD No on-campus housing or food service will be available during the Intersession Programs.

Financial Aid

For further information, contact the Financial Aid Office (417-625-9325).

Bookstore

Rental and purchase textbooks will first be available on May 2, 2011. Bookstore hours on that day will be 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. All students must have paid in full before rental textbooks will be issued. For additional information, contact Academic Affairs Office (417) 625-9394.

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