Students who wish to enroll in back-to-back courses (or those with overlapping times) must complete the “Course Overlap Request” form. Completing the form requires the approval of one of the instructors involved in the course time conflict. Without written permission, students will not be allowed to register for courses that are separated by less than one minute or overlap in the time they are offered. Verbal permission will not allow the student to register.
This policy applies to online classes with scheduled meetings that overlap with scheduled meetings of another class (whether online or in person class). Online classes without scheduled meetings (asynchronous) do not overlap or present travel time issues and are exempt from this policy.
Approval of this petition will require:
1. Complete the information about the course that is causing a conflict.
2. The Instructor of the course will agree or not agree to a course modification. This Instructor is not required to make a modification.
3. If agreed the modification will be made and the form form submitted for completion.
4. The course will be added to your schedule by the Office of the Admissions & Records staff and you will be notified via email.
To be completed by Instructor of Course #2
Faculty proposal of weekly schedule for making up overlapping hours of Class 2.
Please include date, times and place you intend to meet with the student enabling the student to gain the instruction missed. The time spent must equate to the same number of instructional hours missed each class meeting per week in order to enable the student to gain the instructional time/content missed.
The student will make up the time conflict as indicated below and will be under my direct supervision. The time spent equals the same number of instructional hours missed each class meeting per week in order to enable the student to gain the instructional time/content missed.
I understand that, for audit purposes, I must maintain a written record of the make up time completed by the student in this class.
Classroom time lost due to time conflict will be made up as follows: