Degree Requirements for 2003-2005 Catalog and Prior
General Education Degree Requirements Starting Fall 2005
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November 18-19 2013
Department offices are listed below. Go to the Department office if you do not know your advisors name or office location.
College of Arts and Sciences
Art: 101 Porter Hall
Biology: Room 223 Heckert-Wells Hall
Chemistry: Room 104 Heckert-Wells Hall
Communication: Room 434 Grubbs Academic Building
English: Room 425 Grubbs Academic Building
Family and Consumer Sciences: Room 101 Family and Consumer Sciences Building
History: Room 406 Russ Hall
Mathematics: Room 224 Yates Hall
Military Science: Room 202 Hartman Building
Modern Languages and Literatures: Room 428 Grubbs Academic Building
Music: Room 103 McCray Hall
Nursing: Room 101 McPherson Nurse Education Building
Physics: Room 307 Yates Hall
Social Science: Room 412 Russ Hall
Gladys A. Kelce College of Business
Accounting: Room 201 Kelce Center
Computer Science-Information Systems: Room 223 Kelce Center
Economics, Finance and Banking: Room 211 Kelce Center
Management and Marketing: Room 110 Kelce Center
College of Education
Curriculum and Instruction: Room 112 Hughes Hall
Health, Physical Education and Recreation: Room 101Student Recreation Center
Psychology and Counseling: Room 207 Whitesitt Hall
Special Services and Leadership Studies: Room 201 Hughes Hall
College of Technology
Automotive Technology: Room N120 Kansas Technology Center
Engineering Technology: Room W215 Kansas Technology Center
Graphics and Imaging Technologies: Room E116 Kansas Technology Center
Construction Technolgoy: Room W223 Kansas Technology Center
Technology and Workforce Learning: Room E222 Kansas Technology Center
Bachelor of General Studies: Room 311b Grubbs Hall, Bobby Winters
Undeclared Majors: Room 213d Russ Hall, Heather Eckstein
(Students seeking a baccalaureate degree but who do not have a declared major)
All others not named in the above categories
Registrar's Office, 103 Russ Hall
See your major advisor and plan a program of study. Your advisor will approve courses, enrollment load, and alternative courses if necessary for you. The advisor may enroll you in classes on-line at his/her personal computer if you are advised on the day you are scheduled to enroll or the advisor may give you your advisement number and suggest you enroll in a PSU computer lab or via any computer connected to the World Wide Web. For fee purposes an undergraduate academic load is 10 or more hours in order to be billed at the flat rate. For academic purposes 12 or more hours is considered full time, however, a normal academic load is 15-16 hours per semester. For fee purposes and academic purposes a graduate student is considered full time at 9 hours or more per semster.
BEGINNING SPRING ENROLLMENT 2010: ALL DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS, PRIOR TO ENROLLING FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2014, MUST HAVE ACQUIRED AN OFFICIAL SCHOOL E-MAIL AND MUST HAVE THIS LISTED AS THEIR PREFERRED E-MAIL. THIS WILL BE THE E-MAIL ACCOUNT THAT IS USED BY ALL PSU ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY REGARDING ALL STUDENT ACADEMIC AND FINANCIAL CONCERNS.
TO OBTAIN YOUR OFFICIAL E-MAIL GO TO: http://www.pittstate.edu/gusmail/
Undergraduate students can view and enroll in courses shown on their degree audit via any computer connected to the World Wide Web. The undergraduate degree audit is continually available on the Web for undergraduates.
Early enrollment for the Spring 2014 semester will begin Monday, November 11th. Students will enroll according to the following schedule. Student status is based on all previous hours passed. Current semester enrollments are not included in passed totals. All holds, if any, must be cleared before a student will be permitted to enroll.
Online enrollment begins at 5:00 A.M. on your designated day.
November 11, Monday Graduate Students and Seniors (90 hours passed)
November 12, Tuesday Juniors (60 hours passed)
November 13, Wednesday Sophomores (30 hours passed)
November 14, Thursday Freshmen N-Z
November 15, Friday Freshmen A-M
November 18-19 Transfer Students
All students must obtain a GUS PIN number to be used to enter the on-line enrollment system. GUS PIN numbers were previously issued to currently enrolled students during the fall semester enrollment process. Students who have lost their GUS PIN number can obtain a new number from the OIS Service Window, Room 109 Whitesitt. New and re-admission students will be issued a GUS PIN number in their enrollment packet at the start of their enrollment.
Enroll through any computer connected to the World Wide Web. PSU computer labs are available for on-line enrollment and are listed under the heading "University Computer Labs." For step by step enrollment procedures for the on-line system, see "Web Enrollment Instructions."
Your fees will be viewable on-line through your GUS account. Fee statements will only be printed and mailed on request by the student. Your fees must be paid no later than 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 21, 2014. Those paying on-line may make payment up to 11:59 p.m. without a $30.00 late fee penalty.
If it is necessary for you to change your schedule after you have enrolled on-line, you may drop and/or add classes beginning immediately through the on-line enrollment system and continue through January 21, 2014.
By following the above procedures, you are completely enrolled for the spring semester. Classes begin Monday, January 13, 2014.
Any student who has been enrolled at Pittsburg State University within the last 3 semesters can enroll for spring classes from November 20, 2013-January 21, 2014. All degree seeking students must begin the process by contacting their academic advisor and then following the procedures under "Web Enrollment Instructions".
New Undergraduate Students
Students taking their first course for undergraduate credit in residence must file an application for admission with the Office of Admission. Obtain your enrollment packet in the Office of Admission, Room 107, Horace Mann. It is recommended that you do this one month prior to the beginning of the semester.
New Graduate Students
Students enrolling in their first course for graduate credit must complete an application for admission with the Continuing and Graduate Studies in the Graduate Office, Room 112, Russ Hall.
Degree -seeking students should confer with an advisor. We will contact the advisor you list on your mail application for approval of your enrollment.
Fill out the Application for Enrollment by Mail and mail it to the Registrar's Office at Pittsburg State University, 1701 South Broadway, Pittsburg, Ks. 66762. Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express cards are acceptable. Include card number and expiration date.
Attendance Schedule for Saturday and Evening Classes
Monday night classes Begin January 13
Tuesday night classes Begin January 14
Wednesday night classes Begin January 15
Thursday night classes Begin January 16
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Evening Classes will begin as listed on the above schedule, and all students are expected to be enrolled prior to that time.
Monday classes should plan to meet one additional class meeting or an additional ten minutes each week to make up for the fifteen week Monday spring schedule. Monday night classes due to the Martin Luther King holiday should plan on additional outside work to complete the coursework. A footnote has been added to the on-line class schedule for these classes and instructors will need to determine how best to accomplish needed content.
Saturday classes are scheduled to meet Easter weekend.
Evening and Saturday classes will not meet during spring vacation in the week of March 18-22.
Evening and Saturday classes will meet sixteen weekly sessions, including final examinations. For every credit hour of the class, students should meet the equivalent of credit hour x 50 minutes per class meeting.
New Undergraduate Students
Students taking their first course for undergraduate credit in residence must file an application for admission with the Office of Admission. Obtain your Enrollment packet in the Office of Admission, Room 107, Horace Mann during the day Friday, January 10, 2014. Obtain a GUS PIN in Room 109 Whitesitt Hall, and then meet with your advisor and prepare a program of study. If you do not know who your advisor is then please contact your major department.
New Graduate Students
Students taking their first course for graduate credit in residence must file an application for admission with the Graduate Division. Obtain an enrollment packet in the Graduate Office, Room 112, Russ Hall any time during the day Friday, January 10, 2014. Obtain a GUS PIN in Room 109 Whitesitt and then meet with your advisor and prepare a program of study.
All degree seeking students enrolled in residence at Pittsburg State University in the Spring of 2013, Summer of 2013, or Fall of 2013, who did not early enroll, will be advised to contact their advisor and obtain their advisement number. If you do not remember your student ID then please contact the Registrar's Office in room 103 Russ Hall.
Students last enrolled at Pittsburg State University prior to the Spring 2013 semester are encouraged to complete an application for readmission at least one month before the beginning of the Spring 2014 semester in order to facilitate their enrollment. Undergraduate readmission forms are to be submitted to the Admission Office, 107 Horace Mann. Graduate readmission forms are to be submitted to the Graduate Office, 112 Russ Hall. Undergraduate and graduate students last enrolled prior to Spring of 2013 may obtain their enrollment materials in 107 Horace Mann or 112 Russ Hall respectively on Friday, January 10, 2014.
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Enroll through any computer connected to the World Wide Web. PSU computer labs are available for on-line enrollment and are listed under the heading "University Computer Labs" following these Enrollment Procedures.
Step by step enrollment procedures for the on-line system follow these Enrollment Procedures, see "Pittsburg State University's Web Enrollment System-Instructions".
Fees may be viewed on-line thru GUS by early December or a fee statement will be mailed upon request of the student. Payment may be made on-line, via mail, or personally visiting the Cashiers and Student Accounts Office, 112 Horace Mann. Make your checks payable Pittsburg State University for the amount of fees shown or the amount known to be the balance after loans, grants, and/or scholarships have been subtracted. Beginning January 1, 2014 students may verify their enrollment for financial aid to be applied to their account. Fees must be paid by 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 21, 2014. A late fee of $30.00 will be charged for fees paid beginning Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
(These are approximate times. Please check with each individual lab for specific times each semester).
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