Important Dates/Deadlines


    Just a reminder that tomorrow, May 15th, is the last day to put a SPRING 2020 course on Pass/Fail or to take it off Pass/Fail 


    • If you are considering putting any courses on pass/fail this semester, you are the encouraged to consult with the Financial Aid Office to ensure putting a course on pass/fail will not negatively impact your aid or (SAP) satisfactory academic progress.
    • For information and restrictions about what courses you can put on pass/fail for ECON this Spring semester:
    • To put a course on pass/fail this spring 2020 semester OR to put a course BACK to a letter grade status: fill out this online form that goes directly to the Registrar’s Office to process:
    • You have until 11:59 pm on May 15th to put a course on pass/fail. If you are considering it, you may want to see your final grade before doing so.
    • Students who chose the Pass-Fail option prior to the adoption of these changes will have the option of reverting to a letter grade by 11:59 pm on May 15, 2020.



    • The deadline to drop a course has passed on May 1st. If you believe you are not going to pass a course or will not be satisfied with the final grade, you may considering putting it on pass/fail.
    • If you believe you will not pass a course, even on pass/fail, you are strongly encouraged to consult with the Financial Aid Office to ensure it will not negatively impact your financial aid or (SAP) satisfactory academic progress.  
    • If you fail a course that is a pre-requisite to a summer or fall course, be sure to change your summer/fall courses accordingly to fulfill the pre-req first. 
    • If you are planned to graduate in May and fail a course you need for your degree, you will need to contact to have your graduate date moved to Summer 2020 or Fall 2020 based on your new plan to complete your requirements and be sure to enroll in the courses to complete the requirements.
    For more information, contact: Economics Department at

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If you have any questions, please contact Economics Advising Office at 860-486-3022.