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General Information

Student Right-to-Know Disclosure
Violations
Drop for Non-Attendance Policy
Calendars

 

Student Right-to-Know Disclosure

NC State Fall 2007 Freshman Graduation Statistics as of Fall 2013:

Percent Status
73.6% Graduated from NC State.
9% Transferred to another institution.
5% Transferred to another UNC system institution.
4% Transferred to an NC Community College.

This data was collected from the University of North Carolina Office of the President. Information is provided pursuant to requirements of the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990.

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Violations

The use of MyPack Portal to alter any information of another person is a violation of the Student Code of Conduct and is subject to disciplinary action.

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Drop for Non-Attendance Policy

Students enrolled in courses in the College of Management (ACC, BUS, EC) and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences will be subject to the following Drop for Non-Attendance Policy. This policy will apply to courses where student demand exceeds enrollment capacity. DO NOT ASSUME YOU WILL BE DROPPED. Students who intend to drop a course must officially drop through MyPack Portal or they maintain the financial and academic obligations associated with being registered.

By the second class/laboratory period or the fifth business day of the semester (whichever comes first) students who have not attended class or contacted the instructor regarding his/her absence may be dropped from the class roll. This drop will be initiated by the Associate Dean of the College upon the request of the instructor. The student may petition for readmission to the class if s/he has been dropped in error, or in the event of extenuating circumstances, provided the request is received by the tenth business day of the semester.

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Calendars

Student should refer to the official, published Enrollment, Academic, and Exam Calendars on the Registration and Records website.
NOTE: Students must check for their individual Enrollment Date in their Student Center in the MyPack Portal for the specific day and time to begin enrolling in courses.

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