GOAL - The Degree Completion Program Important Registration Information

Registration for the summer and fall 2018 terms begins on March 1, 2018.

Communicate with your success coach/academic advisor to choose courses for registration for summer and fall 2018 terms by GWU email or by phone. As stated in the GOAL - The Degree Completion Program catalog, the student bears final responsibility for adherence to all published regulations and requirements of the University including application for graduation. The student cannot transfer this responsibility to his/her advisor.


Cancellation of Your Schedule or Withdrawing from a Class

Cancellations You may email or call your Success Coach/Academic Advisor to cancel or change your registration schedule for summer and fall terms by the drop/add deadlines listed on the Academic Calendar and on the Summer & Fall 2018 Important Information document. Cancellation of classes means that no fees will be assessed and no academic record will be created for the term.

Withdrawals Withdrawal means withdrawing from a course after the drop/add deadline has passed. Withdrawing from a class may result in changes to your financial obligations to the University. Refer to the refund policy as given in the GOAL - The Degree Completion Program Catalog. A grade of “W”, “WP”, or “WF” will be assigned in accordance with the Academic Calendar. Please see the Academic Calendar for the drop/add and the withdrawal date

Withdrawals must be processed through WebbConnect. This is not something that your Success Coach/Academic Advisor can do for you. Please contact the Registrar’s Office at 704-406-4260 with any questions.

Billing or Financial Aid Questions - Contact Financial Planning at 704-406-4243 or Student Accounts at 704-406-4287. Your Success Coach/Advisor does not have access to your financial aid or student account questions. Contact Financial Planning for all financial aid and student loan question and contact the Business Office with questions regarding your student account.

Additions or Deletions -Contact your Success Coach/Advisor if you need to make any schedule changes prior to the deadline for the drop/add (cancellation) dates listed above. It is recommended that you discuss your situation with your Success Coach/Academic Advisor, Financial Planning and the Business Office before you withdraw from a course.


Student Accounts Office Information

Once you have completed registration, you should receive a postcard detailing the Online Billing Statement procedures. You can access your statement in WebbConnect. This statement will show your projected balance due for the semester including textbook charges and estimated financial aid credits. The statement will also include a due date and payment instructions. The projected balance, if taking a full semester, is due in the Student Accounts/Business Office by the due date. If you have any questions, please contact the Student Accounts/Business Office at 704-406-4287.


Graduation Information

If you plan to complete graduation requirements at the end of the summer or fall 2018 terms, you must complete the online graduation application between as follows:

Spring Commencement is Saturday, May 12, 2018. After registering for your final classes you must complete and submit your online application for graduation between March 22nd and May 3rd to avoid late fees. You will receive a confirmation email to your Gardner-Webb email address from the Registrar once your graduation application is processed. After submission of your online graduation application, the graduation application fees are billed to your student account.

Fall Commencement is Saturday, December 15, 2018. After registering for your final classes you must complete and submit your online application for graduation between June 21st and July 30th to avoid late fees. You will receive a confirmation email to your Gardner-Webb email address from the Registrar once your graduation application is processed. After submission of your online graduation application, the graduation application fees are billed to your student account.


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