Faculty and students may contact Daisy for explanations of major/minor requirements, course approvals, petitions, and forms processing. You can also go to http://blink.ucsd.edu/instructors/index.html for more resources.
Names of concurrently-enrolled students do not appear on regular class rosters, but on separate listings forwarded by University Extension.
Regularly enrolled students have priority when there is a space issue in a classroom. The Department does not get enrollment credit for concurrently enrolled students.
Faculty may direct students to Daisy for information on study abroad programs. Students must submit the “Undergraduate Student Petition” to the Department to obtain approval for study abroad courses to count towards major requirements.
The following courses require Department authorization for enrollment: ETHN 97, 98, 99, 180, 100H, 196H, 197, 198, and 199, and certain courses with language proficiency pre-requisites or class standing pre-requisites. Undergraduates who wish to enroll in graduate seminars need the signature of the instructor on an add card and should indicate a “letter-grade” option.
Students who have questions about pre-requisites, or those who are interested in a enrolling in a class that is full, should contact Daisy or the department as soon as possible (this includes priority enrollment for graduating seniors, majors and minors) and confirm their interest by adding their name to the waitlist. Students must use WebReg to enroll in a course.
The end of Week 2 of each quarter is the deadline for undergraduate students to add classes in TritonLink. Students who are dropped for non-payment or other circumstances need to re-enroll. Please refer students whose enrollment has been cancelled to Daisy for re-authorization to enroll in a class.
The end of Week 4 is the last day students may change the grading option for a course (from P/NP to a Letter Grade or vice versa).
Students who drop a course after the last day of Week 4 will receive a “W” (Withdrawal) grade on their transcripts. The final day to withdraw from a course without a grade of “F” is the last day of Week 9. If a student has circumstances beyond their control that arise before the final examination period, contact Daisy as soon as possible before the final exam. Because Incomplete grades are granted only when a student’s work is of non-failing quality, and by permission from instructor, students should be advised to exercise the ninth-week drop option if their work is not of passing quality at that time. See “Intended use of the Incomplete” in the UCSD General Catalog for guidance. Students are responsible for the deadlines that are provided by the Registrar’s office.