Declaration deadline policies apply as follows:
Regularly enrolled (excludes transient and non-degree) undergraduate students at the University of Central Florida may obtain credit for specific University courses through departmental examinations. A student who believes he or she has acquired the knowledge and/or skills of a specific University course should consult his or her advisor and the chair of the department in which the course is offered to arrange for an examination. Degree credit will be awarded for those courses successfully completed by departmental examination. Credit by examination may not be used to reduce the 30 credit hours residency requirement. Credit by examination will not be given for any course lower in content than courses in the same discipline in which students are currently enrolled or which they have already completed or failed. Permission to take an examination is approved by the chair of the department and the dean of the college in which the course is offered.
Note: Honors are calculated and awarded when degrees are posted.
If a department name is listed, general department credit is given. If not, general elective credit (non-departmental) is given. A course number indicates a specific course at Whitworth that has received credit.
Grade challenges must be initiated by the student in writing within 30 days after a grade is posted. Challenges on grades go to the professor first, but in cases where resolution is not easily achieved, the procedures are as follows:
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Students should contact the dean of students or her/his designee when they are ready to request reinstatement. Students must provide documentation that demonstrates their readiness to return to academic work and, if applicable, a residential environment. The student will also create a reinstatement plan outlining strategies and/or support systems that will provide the best possible opportunity for success. The student will be restricted from enrolling in courses until these materials are provided and reinstatement is approved by the dean of students or her/his designee.
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In rare circumstances, a withdrawing student may be granted a hardship withdrawal, given when a debilitating medical or psychological condition makes it necessary for him or her to withdraw from all of his or her non-graded courses and get the off-campus support/help necessary to his or her return as a student. To be considered, the student should apply to the dean of students or her/his designee within a week of the anticipated withdrawal, providing written documentation of the condition. Under hardship-withdrawal status, the student will receive a "W" in all non-graded classes for the term, and financial officers will determine charges to be paid, based on the number of weeks that university services were utilized. A hold will be placed on the withdrawing students' account until reinstatement criteria are met and reinstatement is approved by the dean of students or her/his designee.
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Students who have completed at least one semester at Whitworth are eligible to take a leave of absence for up to one academic year and to return without reapplying for admission. This leave, known as a hiatus, allows students to maintain their access to WhitNet, Self-Service, and to their Whitworth email accounts while they are away.