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 Dates: August, 2014.  Each of you should have a checklist that was distributed by your department at the Orientation Week.  Before each registration.

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1  Dates: August, 2014

2  Each of you should have a checklist that was distributed by your department at the Orientation Week.  Before each registration follow your checklist independently and come up with questions to your advisor.

3  30 credits hours of Sport  6 audit credits –it is not required, but possible to audit the classes in addition to required 30 credits of semester load

4  You have a chance to audit the classes. If you select a course and see available audit seats, it means you may audit the current class. If you can’t register for audit it means this course is not available for audit.

5  Every student should check a prerequisite for each class.  Prerequisites are classes you need to take before you can move on to another class. Often it is a move to more advanced class. For example, you cannot take FYS 216, if you have not taken FYS 116.  The other example: psychology 101 needs to be taken before psychology 250.

6  Please remember, if you took psychology 101 and failed it, it means you did not pass the prerequisite requirement and you cannot take more advance course like psychology 250.

7  Student who fail FYS part I (Receives ‘F’ grade), should take it for Fall Remember, FYS part I is offered only in Fall semesters.  If you fail FYS II, please remember to retake the class in Spring FYS II is offered only in Spring semesters.

8  History of Kyrgyzstan should be taken during sophomore year only.  Students will have two opportunities of taking state exam in History of Kyrgyzstan: 1. at the end of fall semester of sophomore year 2. at the end of spring semester of sophomore year

9  As a part of General Education Requirement you will study Kyrgyz Language (2 credits) and Russian Language (2 credits) as a part of FYS II.  In addition, you should take 6 credits of Kyrgyz Language Course and 6 credits of Russian Language Course.

10  No French (part I), German (part I) or Spanish (part I) in Fall Please plan taking these languages in Spring 2015.

11  Arabic (part I)and Chinese (Part I) will be offered in Fall In Spring 2015 student continues taking part II of the selected language.  Japanese and Korean will be offered in fall The same scenario applies for these two languages. In spring 2016 student continues taking part II of the selected language

12  If you are planning to take one of the above languages, you have to learn the selected language two semesters.  The main idea: it is not academically useful to take only one semester of any languages. Students will not receive a credit for taking only one semester.

13  Take two courses of Arts – 12 credits  Except for IBL and BA majors

14  Admits 2014 are expected to fulfill sport class requirement 400 hours: 100 hours per semester. This means student has to take sport class four semesters. There is zero credit load for sport class.

15  Students, who do any sport activities outside the university, must provide the Registrar Office room 101 with the certificate and the load will be counted toward your degree.  Students, who have health issues and are not allowed to do sports, must provide the Registrar Office room 101 with a medical certificate. Deadline will be announced

16  Individual courses are offered for additional fee  Musical individual courses - 2 cr.  2 cr. load musical class fee will be announced  1cr. load for other individual classes, the fee will be announced. Examples of individual music classes:  Komuz  Guitar  Singing  Piano

17  August 25 -September 05, 2014  Students will get their study cards back during add/drop period even if they do not need to do any changes.  If students make any changes in their schedules, it means you need to go through two steps again: send study card to advisor, get advisor’s approval and then finally send it to Registrar’s office.  If you do not do any changes, please leave it and do not touch it. Registrar’s office gets your study cards back.

18  The deadline for “W” grade is 10 th week of Fall semester. Reasons for taking “W”:  Your GPA is in Serious Danger (high risk to get an “F”)  You’re Just Plain Overwhelmed Read extended explanation about this grade on the Webpage of the Registrar’s Office.  If you really need to receive this grade print the special form in advance, since you will have to receive professor’s signature.  The link for the form: https://www.auca.kg/en/reg_forms/https://www.auca.kg/en/reg_forms/

19 Resources:  WARC  Psychological counseling  Academic Advising

20  Please update your contact information in your on line profile

21 1. Students should regularly check their AUCA s to avoid missing important information: deadlines, changes, updated policies and other important announcements.

22  Updated academic polices and regulation can be found on line, at Registrar’s web page: 


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