Chemistry courses typically consist of co-requisites lecture and labs courses. Due to this fact, the add/drop process for Chemistry varies from other departments.
If you wish to drop lecture, but remain enrolled in the co-requisite lab OR drop lab, but remain enrolled in the co-requisite lecture, please read the following advice carefully. The Chemistry and Fermentation Sciences Department utilizes the drop/add form which requires signatures from several people on campus. It is in your best interest to not wait until the last day to drop to complete the form. It cannot be guaranteed that your instructors or the Department Chair, Dr. Cartaya, will be available during the last minutes of drop/add due to classes and/or meetings.
During drop/add week you will need to come by the Chemistry and Fermentation Sciences Office (GWH 417) to pick up the drop/add form or download here. Follow the instructions listed on the form. Additionally, you must acquire BOTH your lecture and lab instructor's signatures when dropping either course. Once the form has been signed by both instructors, bring the form to the Chemistry Office (GWH 417) to Ms. Hoekstra for Dr. Cartaya's signature. Once Dr. Cartaya has approved the add or drop and signed the form, you will be notified to pick up the form. It is then your responsibility to promptly pick up the drop/add form and bring it directly over to the Dean's office (100 I.G. Greer) for final approval. This process must be completed prior to 10 a.m. on drop/add day! When the form is approved you will be electronically dropped from the course and can check by logging into Applnet. Additionally, the instructor of the course you dropped will be notified to remove you from the ASULearn course site.
If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact the office via telephone 828-262-3010 or email email@example.com.