Authorizing After the Registration DeadlineRevised: May 01, 2012
Students have the first week of classes or until Registration Deadline to change their schedule and add courses. It is the policy for online courses that after that first week or the Registration Deadline, students are not allowed to add classes.
If there are extenuating circumstances, Online Degrees and Services will review each student's case individually and will have the finally say on students adding after the Registration Deadline. Below are some but not all of the examples of extenuating circumstances that may be considered to be authorized after the Registration Deadline.
If after reviewing the student's situation it is determined that the student should be added, the process for authorizing after the Registration Deadline is to go to the SRR tab of the my.byui.edu portal, select authorizations, select the course, check all applicable authorization types, indicate that it is after the registration deadline, and submit. The student should be able to enroll in the class.
- The student started the class, but accidently dropped it.
- It was the fault of the University that the student was unable to add the class.
Backup Documentation: This is an email that I received from Brad Marshall about adding students to who accidently drop their course. If the users add the exact same section again, their enrollment will change from inactive to active and no transition is needed.
Bradley S. Marshall 208.496.7217 | MarshallB@byui.edu
This means that if a student is added back to their exact section their work should still be there and they should change from inactive to active.