Policies by Keyword: Schedule

Registration Unit Limits (Academic Load Regulations)

The University may impose limits on the number of units for which a student can register during each registration period. To learn about these Academic Load Regulations, see Enrollment Requirements on the Admissions and Records website. Students wishing to exceed the maximum unit load after the Registration-by-Appointment period must complete and file an Extra Unit …

Schedule Adjustments (Undergraduate)

Students are permitted to change their initial enrollment by following the University’s Adjustment of Schedule procedure. Ordinarily, during the first three weeks of a semester a student may add, drop or change the basis of grading online through myNorthridge and SOLAR, using permission numbers or later by filing a Late Change in Academic Schedule for …

Simultaneous Enrollment in Classes (Time Conflict)

Students may not enroll simultaneously in two or more classes meeting during the same time period. Exceptions to this policy will be permitted only if one of the classes does not meet on a regular basis, such as an independent study or internship that permits independent lab work. Students who meet the acceptable criteria must submit …

Standardized Breaks in Classes

Continuous lecture classes that last two or more hours should incorporate a break at a predetermined time based on any number of criteria, such as content of the lecture, length of the class and physical demand placed upon support service personnel for deaf and disabled students. Laboratory classes or classes in which the student traditionally works …