At a Glance - June 14

Jul 9, 2021
Deadline to Drop without a W
June 15: For courses that began on May 19, the deadline to drop the course without a W on your transcript is June 15. Please note, refund deadlines apply.
July 6: The deadline to drop MBA 563 without a W on your transcript
July 9: The deadline to drop BADM 403 and ACCY 516 without a W on your transcript.

Please review the refund guide to understand how this will impact your tuition. 
Upcoming MOOC Revisions
Because we strive to deliver innovative and exceptional course content, several MOOCs will have significant changes for the upcoming fall semester. It is strongly recommended to not complete the following MOOCs until a new version has been launched:

BADM 520 - MOOCs 1 and 2
MBA 543 - MOOC 2
MBA 544 - MOOC 1
MBA 553 - MOOCs 1 and 2
MBA 564 A and B - MOOCs 1 and 2
BADM 567 - MOOCs 1 and 2

The revised versions of each MOOC will be shared here in our At a Glance weekly newsletter. If you have previously completed old versions of these MOOCs and have received the certificate, it will still be recognized. However, you should plan to watch any new video content in order to be successful in your accompanying high-engagement courses.
What Classes Are You Taking This Fall?
Have you selected your fall courses? Now is the time to log in to your Degree Portal and identify which courses you'll be taking in order to progress with your program! If you want to review all of the courses available this fall, you can view our course offerings page. Be sure to review your fall time ticket, which can be found in self-service. Time tickets vary, so be sure to check when you are eligible for fall registration. Courses may fill up, so be sure to register as close to your time ticket as possible. Registering for courses past the registration deadline of July 21 will result in a delay in access to your courses, and class extensions will not be given.
Growing into Leadership: How to Become an Effective Leader
June 16 |  11am-12pm  |  Learn more and Register
In a webinar sponsored by Ivy Exec, Elizabeth Luckman, clinical assistant professor of business administration, will help participants explore why they get stuck when trying to grow leadership capabilities; learn why purpose, systems thinking, and adult learning are key elements for leadership development; and engage in activities and exercises to develop further as a leader.
Independence Day Observation
July 5
University holiday.