Grade Due Dates
Spring 2014 Grades Due to the Registrar’s Office: 12 Noon, Friday, May 30, 2014
Spring 2014 Incompletes must have a grade by 12 Noon, Monday, June 30, 2014
Students will be able to begin accessing grades shortly after 1:00 p.m. on May 30th.
If a grade is missing at that time, it means that the professor has not yet turned it in. Check again later.
Grades are available through Zagweb only. Grades will not be posted and will not be given out over the phone, by email, or over the counter at the Registrar’s Office. Faculty assistants will not give out grades, and instructors will not post or release grades.
Do not consider your semester and cumulative GPAs as final until all of your grades are posted. Both could change as updates are made.
Spring 2014 Class Ranks and Grade Distributions will be available NO LATER than Friday, June 6th.
CALI Excellence for the Future Award Notifications will be made by Friday, June 20th.
Degrees will be posted the week of June 2nd. Diplomas should be available for pick-up or mailing by July 7th.
Eligibility for Summer School Registration
A student who fails to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.200 or higher at the end of the first year, or any time thereafter, will be dismissed. For the purpose of this rule, “first year” means the two terms following admission, regardless of the number of courses enrolled in or credits earned.
A student who is dismissed for academic reasons will not be allowed to enroll in courses for the next term. A student who enrolls in courses before all of his or her grades are submitted to the Registrar’s Office, does so at his or her own risk. If, when all grades are submitted, a student has been dismissed, the student’s registration will be cancelled and the fees and tuition paid for registration in that term will be refunded in full.
Eligible students may not enroll for more than twelve (12) academic credit hours for the full summer term (including the Summer II session) without specific written permission from the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. This rule also applies to dual degree students who will be dually enrolled in the law school and the graduate school.
Registration on ZagWeb will open at 7:00 a.m. PDT on Monday, March 31, 2014. This is the registration period for both the Ten-Week and Five-Week Summer Session, and it is for ALL STUDENTS.
Web registration is not available for Incoming 1L students. Registration for Incoming Accelerated J.D. students will be completed by the Registrar.
Web Add/Drop Period Begins: Monday, March 31, 2014
Last Day to Add/Drop from Ten-Week Session: Friday, June 13, 2014
Last Day to Add/Drop from Five-Week Session: Sunday, July 20, 2014
Changing a course from credit to audit constitutes an added and dropped course.
Summer 2014 Adjustments for Dropped Credits
Friday June 6 – Friday June 13, 2014: 100% Refund
After June 13: No Refunds Given
Monday, July 14 – Sunday July 20, 2014: 100% Refund
After July 20: No Refunds Given