Undergraduate student forms
This form is for CEC students who are subject to termination from their major after the current semester. This is a request to extend the Termination Review to a future semester.
For students that attempted to use a Selective Withdrawal by the deadline, but had a hold restricting them from making schedule adjustments. Students must provide verifiable documentation that they attempted the withdrawal by the deadline. Send email to email@example.com to request form. Requests should be made in a timely fashion no later than one week after the Selective Withdrawal deadline. Be aware that any approved requests won’t be processed until the registration hold is removed.
CEC students looking to re-enroll, but have less than a 2.0 GPA must fill out the Non-Suspension Success Plan, Academic Advisor Approval form as well as the Re-enrollment form. This is a CEC requirement even if the student was not suspended. Completed forms are to be submitted to the student's Academic Advisor first.
Most commonly used forms:
Re-enrollment Application (Form used to re-enroll after a leaving without submitting a Leave of Absence form)
Student Success Plan (Form used to document a plan for completing a repeated course successfully)
A third attempt of a College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) course requires support by the student's major department as well as permission by the department offering the course. This permission is not guaranteed. Follow instructions to request a third attempt.
Complete Student Success Plan form with guidance from Academic Advisor.
Contact specific CEC department (CS, ECE, IT, etc.), which offers the course, to be informed of their process to receive the Student Success Plan.
If the course needing to be repeated led to Termination from CEC the student must first appeal the Termination. (see Termination Appeal instructions)
If course did not lead to a Termination follow the steps below.
- Complete Student Success Plan form with guidance from Academic Advisor.
- Submit Student Success Plan to course unit (e.g. English Department) for approval.
- If approved the form goes to the student’s Academic Advisor.
- The Advisor submits the ‘Success Plan’ form to CEC Student Services for Dean’s approval.
If approved, CEC Student Services sends ‘Exception to AP.1.3.4’ form to Registrar for student to be given override to register for the course for a 4th and final time.
To request their Registration Hold be removed, College of Engineering and Computing students who are eligible to return after having served the required suspension time must complete the following:
Currently enrolled Mason students who wish to take courses at another regionally accredited U.S. institution must obtain advance written approval. This process permits a student to enroll elsewhere in a suitable course unavailable at Mason or through the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area. Read policy AP.1.4.2 Permission to Study Elsewhere
Students must complete the Study Elsewhere Request Form and submit it to their Academic Advisor by the deadline. Student must provide a compelling reason why they cannot take the course at Mason. Often times documentation of the reason might be required.
To complete the form students should go to the Transfer Credit Matrix. This database contains courses that have been evaluated to offer transfer equivalency at the University, including all courses from the Virginia Community College System. Use this to look-up course equivalencies for transfer credit. https://admissions.gmu.edu/transfer/transferCreditSearch.asp
College of Engineering and Computing students requesting to override their suspension due to non-academic, extraordinary circumstances that is verifiable with documentation. Follow attached instructions.
Instructions for students requesting to appeal their termination from CEC.
College of Engineering and Computing students requesting a withdrawal from a course or all courses in a given semester due to a non-academic, extraordinary circumstance that is verifiable with documentation. Follow attached instructions.
Academic Status Request form.pdf (if additional copies needed)