SR 5.2.4 REQUIREMENT OF UNDERGRADUATES TO CHOOSE A MAJOR
126.96.36.199 Students Who Have Not Chosen a Major
Students at the University who have not chosen a major or been admitted to a selective admissions college and who have earned at least 45 credit hours should meet regularly with an advisor who will help the student to choose a major or seek admission to a selective admissions college.
Students at the University who have not chosen a major or been admitted to a selective admissions college and who have earned at least 60 credit hours will not be permitted to register for classes, except registration will be permitted for the following students if they have earned no more than 75 credit hours:
- Students lacking specific courses to gain admission to a college or to declare a particular major who have a written commitment from the college of their choice to accept them upon successful completion of specified courses.
- Students who have been dropped from a college for academic reasons, or who have been readmitted or transferred to the University.
This rule may be waived by the dean of the college in which the student is currently enrolled or into which the student wishes to transfer or be readmitted.
188.8.131.52 Change of Major and Transfer Between Colleges
Students eligible to attend the University may change major or transfer from one college to another, including professional colleges, at any time, except for the period in the spring and fall semesters beginning four weeks prior to the start of priority registration and running through the last day of secondary registration windows (as determined by the Registrar). In every instance the entrance requirements of the major and/or of the college to which the student is transferring must be satisfied, except as provided in SR 184.108.40.206 [US: 4/14/86, 4/14/2003]