You can add, drop, swap any course until the end of the add/drop period (one week after the term begins) in MyBenU.
|Advisor Name||Department(s)||Scheduling Details|
|Book an appointment to see Dr. Assar.|
Spanish, CJUS, PLSC
|Book an appointment to see Dr. Cella.|
|Julie Cowgill||CJUS, PLSC, SOCL||Book an appointment to see Dr. Cowgill.|
|Maria Granic||Undecided majors||Book an appointment to see Dr. Granic.|
|Cyndi Laurin||Management & Org. Behavior||Book an appointment to see Dr. Laurin.|
|Ramon Luzarraga||Theology||Book an appointment to see Dr. Luzarraga.|
|Laurelann Porter||Communications||Book an appointment to see Dr. Porter.|
|Beth Siwek||Nutrition||Book an appointment to see Dr. Siwek.|
|Michael Tole||Fine Arts||Book an appointment to see Prof. Tole.|
|Marc Brodie||Mathematics||coming soon|
|Alison Veltri||Biology||coming soon|
|Kolbe Scheetz||Chemistry||coming soon|
|S. Diane Smith||Computer Science|
While you wait to meet with your advisor, do the following actions:
a) Fill out your checklist using your transcript report (and transfer credit report if you are a transfer student). Determine what you have left to complete.
b) Fill out the blank course planner sheet using the course schedule (the courses you search in MyBenU are the most up to date).
In addition to serving as an academic resource and a conduit of academic information for students and faculty, the registrar maintains academic records, the university catalog, integrity of transcript data, verifies enrollment, schedules courses and classrooms in preparation for registration and provides assistance during registration. The registrar also provides insight on academic policy proposal and implementation, institutional history, oversees compliance to academic and privacy policies, evaluates and posts transfer credit, creates documents to support advising, processes transcript requests, updates student information and performs degree audits and conferral.
Melissa Tole, Registrar
All forms may be submitted to the Office of the Registrar in Gillett Hall Room 121 OR emailed from your @ben.edu address to email@example.com
Accelerated online courses are generally reserved for adult students in the SGAPE program. However, traditional student may apply to take this course with permission from his or her advisor. Make sure to submit this form in advance of the class start date because it will need to be manually added by the registrar.
You have the ability to add/drop a course in MyBenU until the end of the add/drop period for a given course (usually 1 week after start of term). If you need to add/drop a course after that window closes, you may fill out this form.
Fill out this form before you elect to register for courses off campus. The form should be completed and approved prior to enrollment in the desired off campus course. Following completion of the course, students must submit official transcripts to Benedictine University at Mesa. Signatures required: Student, Advisor, Registrar
Traditional and adult accelerated incoming freshmen and transfer students are required to sign this form to acknowledge the financial agreement made when enrolling for courses.
Students must submit this form to allow parents access to your academic or financial information.
Graduate students are required to sign this form to acknowledge the financial agreement made when enrolling for courses.
You may petition to post external credit awarded to you from AP (score over 3), CLEP, IB, departmental exam or work/life experience. If you choose to do so, you may be charged a fee for the exam credit. An official transcript is required along with this signed application. It requires a signature from your advisor because you may not repeat a course you have posted from external credit.
You have the ability to withdraw yourself from a course in MyBenu until the 60% time mark in the course. If you are still within the window to withdraw, login in to MyBenU > Navigate to "Self-Service" > Enrollment > Edit or Drop a Class > Select the term, find the class > seletc "Drop Selected Classes" and click finish. Use this form to apply for a W grade only if you have missed the window to withdraw yourself from courses. It must be submitted by the week before the end of the term.
An alternative to withdrawing from the university is a leave of absence. A leave of absence will preserve your course work, catalog rules, and enrollment in the school for four full terms. An exit interview with the CEO is required. Please submit this form to Office of the Registrar to ensure that your records are properly handled until your return.
Internship Process for Academic Credit: The following information will assist students in obtaining, if eligible, academic credit for work in an internship. If interested please read the guidelines and fill out the appropriate paperwork with your academic advisor. The Career Services Webpage also has additional resources and references.
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