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Prerequisite Waivers and Instructor Consent
Winter Quarter Registration Schedule
|Action||Requests Collected||Requests Processed||Results Emailed|
|Request Enrollment||Monday, 3/25 at 10am - Monday, 4/1 at 8am||Monday, 4/1||Monday, 4/1 by 2:00pm|
|Request to Add or Swap||Monday, 4/1 at 3pm - Monday, 4/8 at 8am||Every Business Day, 4/3-4/8||Every Business Day, 4/3-4/8|
|Drop**||Monday, 4/1 at 3pm - Sunday, 4/21 at 11:59pm||Every Business Day, 4/2-4/21||Every Business Day, 4/2-4/21|
Week 1 Attendance, First Class Assignments, and Rescheduled Sessions
Access to Canvas
Dropping, Withdrawing, Pass/Fail Grading, and Incompletes
Add/Drop is available during the first three weeks of the quarter. Students are permitted to drop classes through Friday of the third week of the quarter. Students can also add classes through the third week with instructor consent, although most classes are closed after first week.
Weeks 1–3: Drop requests submitted by 4:30 pm Friday of third week will receive 100% tuition refund
Week 3: Classes may not be dropped after Friday 4:30 pm
Week 4–10: Withdraw from courses. Must be done before the final exam. In some cases, withdrawal requests must be made earlier in the quarter; check with GSAL staff for specific divisional policy. A grade of W will be recorded on the transcript, and no tuition refund will be granted. Non-attendance does not constitute dropping or withdrawing and may result in a failing grade.
Students considering withdrawal should contact GSAL staff.
"When I heard that the courses I'd take through the GSALB could then be counted toward credit at Chicago Booth, it became a no-brainer. I signed up for three classes immediately. That’s also what put an end to any worries I had about the lack structure and discipline affecting my life after leaving the Army. The GSALB classes quickly taught me that if you’re busy enough trying to accomplish something you really want to accomplish; a sense of structure begins to emerge naturally. It’s something I’m confirming all the time now that I’m a full-time Booth student."
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