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DROP/ADD WEEK-Current IMS Students Drop/Add Procedures

 • The Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences (IMS) Degree Program will have Drop/Add Week Walk-In Hours from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm daily due to high student volume. Academic advisors will not be taking appointments during the week of Monday, August 28 – Friday, September 1. Please consult the IMS Anouncements Module on the IMS Homepage for the latest information on Drop/Add procedures. We will be responding to email as time allows.

• ADD a Course (lecture or lab): Attend first day of class and instructor will provide information on how to be added to the course if seats become available.
• NOTE -check student central when drop/add opens, August 26th at 12:01 am - all available seats will be shown.

• ADD BSC2010 or BCS2011 lecture, attend first day of class and speak with, instructor at the end of class to be added if space is available.
• ADD BSC2010 or BSC2011 lab, attend first day of class, participate fully, and turn in a makeup slip to the TA.
• NOTE: check student central during drop/add - all available seats will be shown.

English and Math:
• Any student wishing to drop a Freshman Writing course (ENC 1101, ENC 2135) or a Mathematics course (MAC 1105, MAC 1140, MAC 1114, MAC 2311, MAC 2312 or MAC 2313), will need to contact the Division of Undergraduate Studies. The system will allow you to swap these courses for similar courses, but will not allow you to drop them from your schedule. If you wish to drop one of these courses during the drop/add period or during the semester, please contact the Division of Undergraduate Studies located at the stadium A3300 University Center-(850)-644-2740,

IMS Seminar:
• All IMS Seminars are full for Fall 2017 with the exception of IHS 3122, the Augmented Junior Seminar. If you have been informed by the IMS Mapping Coordinator, Maribel Amwake, that you need IHS 3122 for Fall 2017 for your major change, you will need to come in during the Drop/Add Week Walk-In Hours and see Lilly Lewis.