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Current Distance Students

This page provides the procedure for adding/dropping distance classes, Joe'SS student training and includes helpful links to various student forms.


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 Add/Drop Procedure for Distance Courses

The following procedure is for adding/dropping distance learning courses once the semester has started. Prior to the first day of classes, students can add or drop classes through Joe’SS.

  1. Student initiates drop or add by emailing the instructor of the course and his/her advisor stating their request to do so.
  2. The instructor & advisor replies to the student with their consent.  
  3. The student then forwards the emails to Vicki Gibbons, Global Learning,  vgibbons@mst.edu
  4. An add/drop slip will be completed by a DCE staff member and the mail will be stapled to the slip.  This will be processed just like any other add/drop slip with regards to deadlines.

 


Joe'SS Student Training

Forms for Distance Students


Application for Graduation

Students can apply for graduation via Joe’SS opposed to submitting the paper application. In Joe’SS, go to your Student Center, click on the dropdown arrow, and select Apply for Graduation.  For step-by-step instructions please view the following link, http://registrar.mst.edu/psinfo/psstudenttraining/

Or we have the paper applications below:

Change in Campus Form

Deferred Tuition Application

Former Student Returning Form

Graduate Certificate Substitution Form

Graduate Program Forms 

Mail Grades  Form

Name Change Form

Registration Forms

Transcript Request Form

 


Graduate Catalog

 

Joes Self Service

Cancellation Policy

100 percent refund provided if class is dropped in accordance with the following policy.

• 4-week course: Class is dropped by the end of the 1st week of classes.

• 8-week course: Class is dropped by the end of the 2nd week of classes.

• 16-week course: Class is dropped by the end of the 3rd week of classes.

After these dates, no refund will be given.

*Please see Academic Dates and Deadlines below for a complete list of deadlines. 

Vicki Gibbons
Senior Assistant Director 
of Student Support Services
Global Learning
216 Centennial Hall
Rolla, MO 65409-1560

Phone: 573-341-4892
Toll Free: 1-877-678-1870
Fax: 573-202-2396
Email: vgibbons@mst.edu

Dates & Deadlines

DISTANCE EDUCATION
DATES & DEADLINES

October 27-October 31- Advising week for spring, 2015

November 3- Joe’SS appointments for spring 2015 begin

December 15- Final exams begin

December 19- Final exams end

December 19, 6 pm- Fall Graduate Commencement Ceremony

December 29- Fall 2014 grades will be posted and available for students on Joe’SS

January 19- No class (MLK Day)

January 20- First day of spring semester, 2015 (add/drop slips are needed)

February 2- Last day to register or add a class (spring semester)

February 10- Last day for distance students to drop a class and receive 100% refund (after this date no refund will be given!)

February 16- Last day to notify registrar of intent to graduate in spring, 2015

March 2- Last day to drop a spring course without WD showing on transcript

March 12 - March 15- Spring Recess (no class)

March 16 - March 20- Advising week for fall and summer, 2015

March 23 - March 29- Spring Break (no class)

March 30- Joe'SS appointments for fall and summer, 2015 begin

April 17- Last day to drop a spring class, last day to withdraw from school

May 8- Last class day

May 11- Final exams begin

May 15- Final exams end

May 15- Spring Graduate Commencement Ceremony

May 26- Spring 2015 grades will be posted and availalbe to students in Joe'SS

Main campus students: please refer to the Important Dates & Deadlines at registrar.mst.edu

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