University Academic Offices, Services, and Regulations
The following index references the general academic regulations of the University, as well as important offices providing academic services. For individual School and College regulations and offices, see their respective sections of this bulletin website indexed under General Information, Colleges and Departments.
A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W
A
Academic Support Programs, Federal TRIO-ACCESS
Academic Pathways for Excellence (APEX)
Academic Progress for International Students
Academic Regulations, Outreach
Academic Regulations
AccessID to WSU Services and Internet
Accreditation
Administration of the University
Admission, Application for Undergraduate
Admission Application Procedures: Dates
Admission, Graduate Application Dates
Admission, Graduate Guest
Admission: International Graduate Students
Admission: International Undergraduate Students
Admission, Non-Degree Graduate
Admission, Regular Graduate
Admission, Post-Bachelor
Admission, Qualified Graduate
Admission Requirements and ACT Score Requirement
Admission: Special Requirements and Professional Admission
Admission, Transfer
Admission, Undergraduate
Admissions, Office of Undergraduate
Admission, Undergraduate Guest
Advanced Placement Tests
Advising Center, University
Aerospace Studies
AGRADE Program: Accelerated Undergraduate Admission
Appeal Procedure, Academic
Appeal Procedures, College/School Grade
Archives, University
Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation
Attendance and Performance, Responsible
Attendance Policy, Classroom, for Undergraduate Students
Auditing Courses
B
Bachelorís Degree Requirements
Bachelorís Degree, Second
Bulletin-in-Effect see: Graduation Policy, Bulletin-in-Effect
C
Calendar, Academic, 2011-2013
Canadian Students, Commuting
Career Services
Centers, University and College (Undergraduate Programs)
Change of Grade and Mark
Chicano-Boricua Studies, Center for
Collateral-College Course Offerings
College-Level Examination Program
Commencement
Competency Requirements, General Education
Computer Literacy (CL) Requirement
Computing & Information Technology (C&IT)
Concurrent Degrees
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Credits, Definition of
D
Degree or Certificate, Application for
Degrees and Programs, University
Directory Information, Student
Disabled Non-Discrimination Policy
Disabilities Institute, Developmental
Drop/Add ó Adjusting Your Schedule
Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace Policy
Dual Enrollment
E
Educational Opportunity Center
Educational Outreach
English Language Institute
English Proficiency Requirement for International Graduate Students
Equality of Opportunity Policy, University
Ethics, Student Academic
Euram Center
Examination, Credit by Special
Executive and Professional Development Programs, (Non-Credit)
Extension Services and Non-Credit Offerings
F
Fees, Student
Financial Aid, Office of Student
Fitness Center, The Mort Harris Recreation and
Freedom of Information Act, Michiganís
Fulbright Grants
G
GEARUP Program
General Education Program
Grade Point Average
Grading System, University
Graduation, Application for
Graduation Policy, Bulletin-in-Effect
Graduation with Distinction
Group Requirements, General Education
H
Health Insurance, Student
Help Desk, Computing
High School Preparation, Recommended
Historical Studies (HS) Group Requirement
History of the University
Honors Curricula, College or Department
Honors Curricula at WSU, Undergraduate
Honors Curriculum, University-wide
Housing and Residential Life, Office of
Humanities (VP, PL) Group Requirement
I
ID: see AccessID to WSU Services and Internet
ID: see ID (WSU OneCard), Student
Intercollegiate Graduate Studies: see MIGS
International Faculty and Research Scholars
International Students and Scholars: Health Insurance
International Students and Scholars, Office of (OISS)
International Students and Scholars, New
International Students: Non-immigrant
J
Japan Center for Michigan Universities
L
Labor and Urban Affairs, Archives of
Labor Studies Center
Leadership Awards, Student
Library, Arthur Neef Law
Library, David Adamany Undergraduate
Library, Purdy/Kresge
Library, Science and Engineering
Library Services Center: Oakland Center
Library, Shiffman Medical, and Learning Resources Center
Libraries, University
Location of the University
M
Marks
Mathematics Competency (MC) Requirement
McNair Scholars Program
Merrill-Palmer Skillman Institute for Children and Families
MIGS - Michigan Intercollegiate Graduate Studies Program
Military and Veteransí Educational Benefits, Office of (OMVEB)
Minor Areas of Study
Mission, University
N
Natural Science (PS, LS)
Nepotism Policy, Academic
Nursing Center, Primary Care (Student Health Services)
O
Obligations of Faculty and Students to the Instructional Process
Ombudsperson Office
Communication Requirement: Written Communication (BC, IC, WI)
Organization of the University
P
Passed ó Not Passed Program
Payment of Tuition and Fees
Peace and Conflict Studies, Center for
Phoenix Program (Second Start)
Pipeline, WSU (Records and Registration Services on the Web)
Police and Public Safety Services
Presidential Scholarships
Probation, Undergraduate Academic
Program Load, Normal
R
Ranking, Class
Records and Registration,Student
Records, Student, Release of
Re-Entry Following an Interruption in Attendance
Registering for Classes On the Web
Registrar, Office of the
Residency (State of Michigan) Regulations
Repeating Courses ó The mark of ĎRí
Rights and Responsibilities, Student
S
Second Start: see Phoenix Program (Second Start)
Services, Additional University
Sexual Harassment Policy
Student Center Administration
Student Council
Study Abroad and Global Programs Office
Success Services, Student Academic
T
Testing, Evaluation, and Research Services
Transcript Request Policy
Transfer of Undergraduate Credits
Travel Study, Outreach
Tuition Cancellation
Tuition and Fees, Undergraduate
U
Uward Bound Program
Urban Studies, Center for
V
Visitor Program, University
Violence in the Workplace Policy
W
Written Communication (BC, IC, WI)