Summer Classes

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Summer Schedule of Classes

  • Summer 2014 Schedule of Classes Booklet (PDF)
  • Summer 2014 Final Exam Schedule


Priority Registration is by appointment with an academic adviser in the major department, or if undeclared, by appointment with Advising, Counseling and Testing Services.



  • Print your Degree Audit CAPP in LANDSCAPE format.
  • Make an appointment with your adviser. A list of available appointment times will be posted by the adviser's office. Your adviser will assist you; however, you are responsible for selecting courses. Check your catalog for prerequisite requirements.
  • After meeting with your adviser, have the schedule entered in the computer terminal according to your approved registration date listed on the schedule below and during the hours posted by your major department, or use Web Registration.

Your schedule cannot be entered in the computer prior to the date scheduled below.



Regular Registration -

FALL: August 14 and 15, 2014
Registration will be from 1:00 - 4:30 P.M. in the major department. Undeclared majors attending on campus classes should register with the Advising, Counseling & Testing Services, Hearnes Hall, room 314. Undeclared majors taking online only classes should register with Online Academic Advising. 

Faculty and staff will not be available for advising or registration before 1:00 P.M 

Returning students who were not enrolled during the Spring 2014 semester will the registration procedure in the Admissions Office, Hearnes Hall.


New Student Orientation • Freshmen & Former Students


Credit-In-Escrow • Open Registration

The credit-in-escrow program consists of university studies for outstanding high school students who have (1) completed their sophomore year, (2) a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, (3) who are pursuing the state-designated university preparatory high school curriculum, and (4) the recommendation of their principal or counselor. A high school transcript is required with the application form. An ACT score is required for students interested in enrolling in English, Math or Social Science classes. Application and approval is for one semester only. The student must apply each semester. These courses may be taken during the day or evening, and are available in the Fall, Spring, and Summer terms. If the student earns a grade of "C" or better in a credit-in-escrow class, the credit for the course will be held in escrow. Upon successful completion of the course and high school graduation the credit-in-escrow will be placed on the permanent academic record. Call the Admissions Office at (417-781-MSSU (6778) for further information.


Dual Credit • Open Registration

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has authorized Missouri Public High Schools and Missouri Public Colleges and Universities to grant dual credit to high school students simultaneously enrolled in college and high school. Missouri Southern is pleased to participate in this program. Admission to courses for dual credit is selective, and is subject to specific conditions. Additional information may be obtained from the Director of Academic Outreach, Ms. Julie Wengert in Hearnes Hall room 315. Ms. Wengert may be reached by phone (417)-625-9785 or by email at . Materials may be faxed to (417) 659-4028.


Sixty Plus Program (60+)

Community members 60+ or older are encouraged to take on campus university courses on a space available basis.

This program offers MSSU area residents the opportunity to take to take three credit hours per semester with the tuition fee waived. Any additional credit hours taken by the 60+ student will be reduced to 50% of regular tuition. Book rental charges, distance learning fees, ID card, parking sticker, course supplies, special course fees, and repeated courses will be the responsibility of the student.

New 60+ students must be admitted to the university before they may register. Previous 60+ students register at the same time as other students based upon the number of credit hours they have accumulated. Previous students need to follow the regular student registration procedures found in the course schedule booklet.

To register, students should contact the academic department offering the class or classes in which they are interested, for registration on a space available basis.   

After enrolling 60+ students or the person completing the enrollment should notify Online Academic Advising at or (417) 625-9610. Online Advising will then notify the Bursar’s Office to adjust billing. 

An award may not be given if the Online Academic Advising office is not notified.


Auditing A Course

The cost to AUDIT is the same as for a credit course. The student must apply for admission, enroll in the course and obtain a "Permit to Audit" from the Registrar's Office. The signatures of the instructor as well as the Dean must be obtained. The signed "Permit to Audit" must be returned to the Registrar's Office, 101 Hearnes Hall, by the end of the second week of classes. No change from audit to credit or from credit to audit may be made after the second week of classes.


Students with Disabilities

Accommodations for students with disabilities are made on an individual basis based on the student’s current documentation. Students who need services or would like more information, should contact the Coordinator of Disability Services 417-659-3725 in the Student Success Center, Hearnes Hall, or visit the Disability Services website.


The Student Success Center (417-659-3725)

Classes and other services designed to meet the special academic needs of students are offered through the Center. The Student Success Center hours during the summer are Monday thru Thursday 7:00 A.M. -5:30 P.M. and Monday thru Friday 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M during the fall.

Tutoring in Content Areas and Writing
Peer and faculty tutors are available. Tutoring is by appointment and on a drop-in basis. Both short- and long-term assistance is provided.

University Experience (UE) 150 - College Academic Skills
A course designed to develop and strengthen an understanding of student responsibility, goals and attitudes necessary for the successful transition from secondary school to college. Active learning through critical thinking, reading and writing to support academic success at the University level will be practiced. Students will identify learning styles and strengths and weaknesses associated with their learning processes.


NOTE: Dates may vary for Off-Schedule classes. Withdrawal & refund of fees information listed only pertains to full-term fall classes running from August 19 through December 6. Student must contact Registrar’s Office for information on offschedule courses. Questions about course fees for these classes must be directed to the Bursar’s Office.


Repayment Notice for Federal Financial Aid

  • Students who withdraw earlier than 60% of the semester will be subject to repayment of part or all of their aid, as determined by Federal Regulations.
  • Students will be notified in writing of any amount due. A hold will be placed on the student’s account until repayment is made in full.
  • Students must make repayment of their portion of financial aid within 45 days.

Failure to make repayment within 45 days will result in:

  1. Referral to the U.S. Department of Education for collection.
  2. Ineligibility for federal financial aid from all colleges and universities until the repayment of aid and interest due is paid to the U.S. Department of Education.


Financial Aid Review

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Make time for a Financial Aid review today. Call 417-625-9867 or come by the Financial Aid Office for a review of whom you owe, how much and when to repay. 

The default prevention counselor is located in Hearnes Hall.


Withdrawal Policy

Students who do not officially cancel their registration will be responsible for tuition and fees as indicated above. NON-ATTENDANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A WITHDRAWAL FROM CLASSES. Please confirm your registration in LioNet (not Blackboard).

WITHDRAWAL FROM A SINGLE CLASS: Beginning September 2, 2014 (fall) student must pick up a drop form in the Registrar's Office, obtain the required signatures, and return the form to the Registrar’s Office. The official date of withdrawal is the date the form is RECEIVED in the Registrar's Office.

Prior to September 2 (fall), students may contact their advisor to be dropped from a single class or use their alternative PIN to drop the class through LioNet up through the first week of class.

Distance Only students who are undeclared or pursuing a BGS may contact Online Academic Advising at to request withdrawal. Distance Only students who have declared a major and have a faculty advisor must contact
their faculty advisor to discuss withdrawal and then may contact Online Academic Advising at to request withdrawal. The faculty advisor must send an email approving the withdrawal to

WITHDRAWAL FROM ALL CLASSES: Beginning September 2, 2014 (fall) student must see the university exit counselor in the Financial Aid Office, Hearnes Hall. Federal financial aid recipients who withdraw from all classes will automatically be placed on Financial Aid Suspension. Prior to  September 2 (fall) the student should contact their advisor to initiate a withdrawal.



FALL rental textbooks will be available for pickup beginning Monday, July 7; bookstore charges and textbook rental fees are due by 5:00 P.M., Tuesday, August 27.

Textbook information for all classes can be found at

After enrolling, a student’s book list may be found online under Student Links in LioNet.

Your book list will specify the required textbooks requested for your classes.

Rental textbooks may be picked up at Textbook Rental in the lower level of Billingsly Student Center. Textbook rental fees will be applied at the time of checkout.


Retail and Textbook Rental Hours for Summer Semester
Mon. –Thurs. 7:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

Special Hours During Registration:

  • Mon.-Friday Aug. 11-15 7:30 A.M. - 6:30 P.M.
  • Sat. Aug. 16 10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
  • Sunday Aug. 17 5:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
  • Mon -Thurs. Aug. 18-21 7:30 A.M. - 6:30 P.M.
  • Friday Aug. 22 7:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

Textbook Rental Hours During the Fall Semester (Aug. 26 – Dec. 6):

  • Mon. – Fri. Aug. 25-Dec. 5 7:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
  • Retail Hours During the Fall Semester (Aug. 25 – Dec. 5):
  • Mon. -Thurs. Aug. 25-Dec. 5 7:30 A.M.- 6:30 P.M.
  • Friday, Aug. 25-Dec. 5 7:30 A.M.- 5:00 P.M.

Special Hours During Final Exams:

  • Mon. -Thurs. Dec 8-12 7:30 A.M.-6:30 P.M.
  • Friday Dec. 12 7:30 A.M.-5:00 P.M.

Hours during the semester subject to change.

Note: Bookstore/Rental Textbook charges will not appear on your account until the following business day.


SUMMER - rental books due by 4:00 P.M., Monday, July 28, 2014 – extended 25 day rental period of $12 per hour, per book if returned by Friday, August 22, 2014.

FALL - rental books due by 4:00 P.M., Monday, December 15, 2014 – extended 30 day rental period of $12 per hour, per book if returned by Friday, January 16, 2014.


Parking Permits  - Parking permits are available at the Campus Card Service Center, BSC 109 (lower level of Billingsly Student Center).


Lion Card IDs - Lion Card IDs are available at the Campus Card Service Center, BSC 109 (lower level of Billingsly Student Center).


Residence Life – (On Campus Residence Requirements)

All first year students under the age of 21 are required to live in the Missouri Southern Residence Halls to the extent space is available, unless they are married, live with their parents or are excused by the Director of Housing.


Grade Reports

Grade reports will be available online through LioNet. If you need a hard copy, you may request it at the Registrar’s Office or through LioNet.


Enrollment Verification