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Classrooms

Classroom Features and Photos

Classroom Features and Photos

The Classroom Features and Photos website gives you the most recently updated information about all Registar-scheduled classrooms. Use this page to determine what equipment and features are available in the room(s) assigned to you through the Registrar.

Campus Maps

Classroom Usage Policies

Classroom Usage Policies


General Academic Classroom/Compter Lab Usage
  1. Activities held in general purpose classrooms and computer labs must be compatible with the academic nature of classrooms and academic buildings.
  2. The contact person who requests the space will be responsible for leaving the classroom in its original configuration and condition. Furnishings (including teaching stations and A/V equipment) in classrooms may not be removed from rooms. It is expected that classrooms are left in class-ready condition for other users. Failure to comply with this policy may result in loss of privileges and/or assessment of fees.
  3. Every effort will be made to meet requested building/room/time preferences, however, usage of the following buildings is preferred in order to allow better access and reduce energy consumption on evenings and weekends: Allyn Hall, Millett Hall, Oelman Hall, and Rike Hall.
  4. All classrooms scheduled for evening or weekend usage will be left unlocked. Key checkouts will not be necessary. If a door is inadvertently locked, please call the Help Desk during regular business hours (http://www.wright.edu/cats/contact.html) at 775-4827, and a representative will unlock the door.
  5. The Office of the Registrar and the Student Union Administrative Office may adjust room assignments based on academic classroom needs or for efficiency concerns.
Academic Usage
 

The Registrar's Office Scheduling Unit is responsible for scheduling academic class sections and activities associated with academic class sections. An academic activity can be either a one-time meeting or multiple meetings and must be associated with a specific academic class section or a group of class sections.

These types of activities are held in the Registrar Inventory classrooms/computer labs (general purpose classrooms/labs). When/if it is necessary to use space outside the Registrar Inventory of classrooms/labs, the Registrar's Office Scheduling Unit will make arrangements on behalf of the academic class/section to secure an appropriate location.

Examples of activity types related to academic sections include:

  • Review and Help sessions; Supplemental Instruction
  • Guest speakers associated with a specific class section or sections (not open to the public)
  • Lecture classes w/occasional meeting(s) in computer labs or other specialized rooms
  • Thesis or Dissertation defenses
  • Common exams

See the Registrar's homepage for photos and information on Registrar Inventory classrooms.  To request a classroom for academic purposes, please call 775-5581 (or 5587 or 5590).
 

Software and Classroom Equipment

Make arrangements for software installation or technology equipment installation directly with CaTS. All CaTS policies concerning software and equipment should be followed. Please review the following links for this information:

http://www.wright.edu/cats/policy/labs/cats procedures.pdf - Procedures for CaTS Workshops

http://www.wright.edu/cats/equipment/ - Equipment Checkout Information
 

Confirmation

Event requestors will receive an email confirmation with details of the reservation(s) from the Office of the Registrar Scheduling Unit. It is the responsibility of the requestor to carefully review the activity details. The email confirmation documents approval for use of the room(s).
 

Non-Academic Event Scheduling Guidelines
 

The Student Union Administrative Office Event Staff is responsible for scheduling the use of academic classrooms and computer labs in the Registrar Inventory for non-academic events. Most of the event related services (Catering, Audio Visual, Registration, and Full Coordination Services) offered for events held in the Student Union are available to groups using classrooms/computer labs.

The following guidelines govern the use of academic classrooms and computer labs in the Registrar Inventory for non-academic units.

  1. All non-academic usage of classroom/computer lab space in the Registrar Inventory must be arranged through the Student Union Administrative Office. This includes usage by eligible University Clients, External Clients, and Summer Program Clients. See the Student Union Policies for Client Definitions:  http://www.wright.edu/students/union/forms&download.html

    Examples of non-academic event types include:
    -Division, College and Departmental meetings and special events
    -Faculty, Staff and Student Organization meetings and special events
    -All orientations, seminars, workshops, conferences, and training events (not for academic credit)
    -Testing Activities/Events (ACT, GRE, MCAT, etc.)

  2. Reservations for usage can only be confirmed after the academic schedule is finalized for the requested term. Usage during Finals Week for each term is limited to the unscheduled times as determined by the Registrars Office. Usage will be confirmed via email.

  3. All established Student Union, University and Wright Way policies regarding Client Definitions, Usage/Labor Rates & Fees, Safety, Security & Emergencies, and Dining/Catering are applicable with regards to usage of academic classroom and computer lab space.

To request space for non-academic purposes, call 775-5512.

Report Classroom Problems

Report Classroom Problems

Use the CaTS form to report problems concerning an electronic or computer classroom. The information on this form will be reported to the appropriate department via email. If the problem you are having requires IMMEDIATE assistance, please do not use this form. Instead, contact the CaTS Help Desk at x4827 for assistance.

Course Information

Course Information

Information regarding class schedules, classification of students, how to read class listings, course schedule planning guides, course descriptions and exam schedules can all be found here.

Class Schedules

Early Registration Dates

Registration priority is determined first by student level, then by the number of semester hours a student has earned and will include any transfer credit that has been awarded. It will not include the number of hours for which the student is currently registered.

Note:  For the purpose of determining your registration priority date against the schedule below, the Registrar’s Office has converted your accumulated quarter hours into semester hours.

Due to high volume registration transactions during peak times, you may experience slow system response.

Registration begins on the following dates:

Summer Semester 2014

Early Registration Dates for Summer Semester 2014

Graduate and SOPP Students

GR1

34.5 or more

Thursday

February 13, 2014

7:00 AM

GR2

19-34.499

Thursday

February 13, 2014

9:00 AM

GR3

8.5-18.999

Thursday

February 13, 2014

11:00 AM

GR4

.5 - 8.499

Thursday

February 13, 2014

1:00 PM

GR5

under .5

Thursday

February 13, 2014

3:00 PM

Undergraduate Students

UG1

128 or more

Friday

February 14, 2014

7:00 AM

UG2

107.5-127.999

Monday

February 17, 2014

7:00 AM

UG3

91.5 - 107.499

Tuesday

February 18, 2014

7:00 AM

UG4

73.5-91.499

Wednesday

February 19, 2014

7:00 AM

UG5

58.5-73.499

Thursday

February 20, 2014

7:00 AM

UG6

41.5-58.499

Friday

February 21, 2014

7:00 AM

UG7

27.5-41.499

Monday

February 24, 2014

7:00 AM

UG8

12.5-27.499

Tuesday

February 25, 2014

7:00 AM

UG9

.5-12.499

Wednesday

February 26, 2014

7:00 AM

UG10

0-.499

Thursday

February 27, 2014

7:00 AM

UG11

0-.499

Friday

February 28, 2014

7:00 AM

Consortium Registration

CONSORT

*All Consortium

Monday

April 7, 2014

8:30 AM

Senior Citizen 60 and Up Program Registration

SCITIZEN

Senior Citizens

Monday

May 12, 2014

7:00 AM

Fall Semester 2014

Early Registration Dates for Fall Semester 2014

Graduate and SOPP Students

GR1

34.5 or more

Thursday

March 27, 2014

7:00 AM

GR2

19-34.499

Thursday

March 27, 2014

9:00 AM

GR3

8.5-18.999

Thursday

March 27, 2014

11:00 AM

GR4

.5 - 8.499

Thursday

March 27, 2014

1:00 PM

GR5

under .5

Thursday

March 27, 2014

3:00 PM

Undergraduate Students

UG1

128 or more

Friday

March 28, 2014

7:00 AM

UG2

107.5-127.999

Monday

March 31, 2014

7:00 AM

UG3

91.5 - 107.499

Tuesday

April 1, 2014

7:00 AM

UG4

73.5-91.499

Wednesday

April 2, 2014

7:00 AM

UG5

58.5-73.499

Thursday

April 3, 2014

7:00 AM

UG6

41.5-58.499

Friday

April 4, 2014

7:00 AM

UG7

27.5-41.499

Monday

April 7, 2014

7:00 AM

UG8

12.5-27.499

Tuesday

April 8, 2014

7:00 AM

UG9

.5-12.499

Wednesday

April 9, 2014

7:00 AM

UG10

0-.499

Thursday

April 10, 2014

7:00 AM

UG11

0-.499

Friday

April 11, 2014

7:00 AM

Consortium Registration

CONSORT

*All Consortium

Monday

July 21, 2014

8:30 AM

Senior Citizen 60 and Up Program Registration

SCITIZEN

Senior Citizens

Monday

August 25, 2014

7:00 AM

Spring Semester 2014

Early Registration Dates for Spring Semester 2014

Graduate and SOPP Students

GR1

34.5 or more

Thursday

November 7, 2013

7:00 AM

GR2

19-34.499

Thursday

November 7, 2013

9:00 AM

GR3

8.5-18.999

Thursday

November 7, 2013

11:00 AM

GR4

.5 - 8.499

Thursday

November 7, 2013

1:00 PM

GR5

under .5

Thursday

November 7, 2013

3:00 PM

Undergraduate Students

UG1

128 or more

Friday

November 8, 2013

7:00 AM

UG2

107.5-127.999

Monday

November 11, 2013

7:00 AM

UG3

91.5 - 107.499

Tuesday

November 12, 2013

7:00 AM

UG4

73.5-91.499

Wednesday

November 13, 2013

7:00 AM

UG5

58.5-73.499

Thursday

November 14, 2013

7:00 AM

UG6

41.5-58.499

Friday

November 15, 2013

7:00 AM

UG7

27.5-41.499

Monday

November 18, 2013

7:00 AM

UG8

12.5-27.499

Tuesday

November 19, 2013

7:00 AM

UG9

.5-12.499

Wednesday

November 20, 2013

7:00 AM

UG10

0-.499

Thursday

November 21, 2013

7:00 AM

UG11

0-.499

Friday

November 22, 2013

7:00 AM

Consortium Registration

CONSORT

*All Consortium

Monday

December 2, 2013

8:30 AM

Senior Citizen 60 and Up Program Registration

SCITIZEN

Senior Citizens

Monday

January 13, 2014

7:00 AM

 

Classification of Students

Your classification is determined as shown below:

Semesters

Code Classification Requirement
GR Graduate Possess baccalaureate degree and admitted to the School of Graduate Studies.
SR Senior 90 credit hours or more earned.
JR Junior 60-89 credit hours earned.
SO Sophomore 30-59 credit hours earned.
FR Freshman 0-29 credit hours earned.

The credit hours for which you are currently registered are not used when determining your WINGS Express Registration Time Ticket.

Quarters

Code Classification Requirement
GR Graduate Possess baccalaureate degree and admitted to the School of Graduate Studies.
SR Senior 135 credit hours or more earned.
JR Junior 90-134 credit hours earned.
SO Sophomore 45-89 credit hours earned.
FR Freshman 0-44 credit hours earned.

The credit hours for which you are currently registered are not used when determining your WINGS Express Registration Time Ticket.

How to Read Class Listings

Special Registration Explanations

Course Numbering

Number Description
0-99 Remedial precollege-level courses.
100-299 Lower division courses intended for undergraduate credit only.

 The first digit indicates the general level of the courses: 1 for a first-year course, 2 for a second-year course.

300-499

Upper division courses carrying undergraduate credit only. The first digit indicates the general level of course: 3 for a third-year course, 4 for a fourth-year course.

500-599 Courses that carry graduate credit only in a major field other than that of the department offering the course.
600-699 Courses that carry graduate credit in any major field.
700-799 Courses for graduate credit only.

Distance Learning Courses

Two terms are used at Wright State when describing distance learning classes:

Web Only Courses

Web Only courses are taught entirely online and can be taken from your home, school, office, etc. A faculty member within a Web-course management system called WebCT administers course content, discussions, interactions, and resources. Attendance in a physical classroom is minimal to none.

Hybrid Courses

Hybrid courses are those in which the Web is used to strengthen the traditional classroom learning environment with online resources, discussions, and/or activities. Some online activities may be required to complete the course. A student enrolled in a Hybrid course is still required to attend class sessions on campus. These courses will also follow the conventional quarter start/finish schedule.

If you are looking for a Web Only class, select Web Only in the "Session" field when looking at the online class listings. Web Only classes are also listed in the general class listings, "Web Only" or Hybrid will appear in the course information that appears below the course number and title. You can find a current list of distance learning courses as well as technical requirements (computer type, software, etc.) on the Distance Learning Web site.

Lake Campus Class Designations

Lake Campus classes have a W preceding the section number, i.e., Acc 201, W01. In the online class listings, Lake Campus class will have a designation of "L" in the campus code field (CMP). Dayton or main campus classes have a designation of "M".

Writing Across the Curriculum

How to Read WINGS Express Course Look-up

  • CRN:
    The CRN can be used, and recorded to expedite the registration process. The CRN is a five digit number that is unique for a specific class that you may need to registrar for. This number may be asked for at the registrar window, on departmental permission slips, and on Wings Express for the worksheet.
  • Subj:
    The Subj. field will display an abbreviation for the full course subject. I.E. Accountancy is abbreviated ACC.
  • Crse:
    The Crse field will display the course number, i.e., Accounting Principles II is equivalent to ACC 2020.
  • Sec:
    The Sec field will display the section number. Many courses will be taught in many different lectures through the semester. NOTE: Most sections above 90 are online classes. Summer classes will have a designation of A, B, C, D, E or F that appears before the section number. The letter indicates which the summer term in which the class is offered. Section numbers with a W indicate that the course is being offered by the WSU Lake Campus in Celina.
  • Cmp:
    Is the field to display which campus the class is being offered. (M= Main Campus, L= Lake Campus).
  • Cred:
    The field that will display the number of credit hours the course is worth.
  • Title:
    The title of the course will be displayed in this field.
  • Days:
    This section will display the days of the week that the class will meet.
  • Time:
    This field will display the scheduled time of day the course will meet on specified days.
  • Cap./ XL Cap:
    This field will display the number of students permitted in the class. NOTE: This number may vary from each section of the course.

Course Schedule Planning Guides

Semester Planning Guides provide the planned availability of courses offered from Fall Semester 2012 through Summer Semester 2017. In partnership with your academic advisor, use these tools to plan completion of your degree requirements. Pay particular attention to alternate-year courses when registering for classes or creating a class schedule. Stay on track for graduation!

Downloads

The Planning Guides come in two different formats, PDF and Excel. The standard PDF version includes all courses, sorted by Course Number.  The dynamic Excel version includes all courses, but can be filtered and sorted to identify specific courses of interest to you. For example, you may use Excel to identify courses offered at the Lake Campus only or to select Web or Graduate-level courses only. You may sort by Course Subject or by College. For help with Excel, see the "Excel tips and hints" tab.

The editions posted here were last updated April 15, 2014.

PDF Version

All Course Offerings (Sorted by Course Number):
Spring Semester 2015 - Fall Semester 2017 (PDF)

Honors Course Offerings:
Spring Semester 2015 - Fall Semester 2017 (PDF)

Lake Course Offerings:
Spring Semester 2015 - Fall Semester 2017 (PDF)

Excel Version

Excel Course Planning Guide:
Spring Semester 2015 - Fall Semester 2017 (.xlsx)

Excel Tips & Hints

To use the Filter feature:

  1. Click the filter arrow beside the column heading for the column you want to filter
  2. Remove the check mark from Select All
  3. Select the check box for the entry you want to filter on and then click OK
    • By College: To display offerings for only certain colleges, use the Filter feature on Column A.
    • By Campus: To display all offerings at Lake Campus, use the Filter feature on Column B. Any/all off campus offerings may be isolated via this column.
    • By Level: To display only UG or GR offerings, use the Filter feature on Column C.
    • By Subject: To display only certain subject codes, use the Filter feature on Column D. Select Text Filter and Begins With to enter 1 or 2 subject codes.
    • Web Offerings: To display all Web offerings, use the Filter feature on any quarter or semester column (any column after Column D). Select Text Filter and Contains "W".

To Sort Data:

  1. Select the data to be sorted (Note: to select the entire spreadsheet, click in the area above and to the left of A1)
  2. Select the Data tab
  3. Choose the Sort icon

Key to Abbreviations

Abbreviation Refers to:
BA Raj Soin College of Business
ED College of Education & Human Services
EG College of Engineering & Computer Science
LA College of Liberal Arts
LC Lake Campus
N College of Nursing & Health<
O Other: includes Aerospace Studies, Developmental Education, Military Science, Service Learning, University College, University Honors
P School of Professional Psychology
SM College of Science & Math
AA As Arranged
D Day (starts before 4:00pm)
E Evening (starts at or after 4:00pm)
W Web Only (NOTE: Web Only offerings are available to all students regardless of home campus.)
G Graduate
U Undergraduate

Course Descriptions

Current course descriptions are available for viewing through WINGS Express.

Exam Schedules

Final Examination Policy for Fall and Spring Semesters

It is the policy of Wright State University that no comprehensive final exam may be given during the last week of classes. If a comprehensive final exam is scheduled, it must be given during the time period designated by the Registrar. Any deviation from this policy requires written agreement from the appropriate department chair or dean.

Approved by Academic Council 11/26/90; General Faculty 2/12/91; Board of Trustees 3/27/91

Final Exam Schedules

2013 Fall

Daytime Exam Times Monday, December 9, 2013 Tuesday, December 10, 2013 Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Thursday, December 12, 2013 Friday, December 13, 2013
8:00am - 10:00am Classes starting in the 8:00am M, W, F timeblock Classes starting in the 9:30am T, Th timeblock unscheduled time Classes starting in the 8:00am T, Th timeblock Classes starting in the 9:05am M, W, F timeblock
10:15am - 12:15pm unscheduled time Chemistry Common Final Classes starting in the 10:10am M, W, F timeblock Classes starting in the 11:00am T, Th timeblock Classes starting in the 11:15am M, W, F timeblock
12:30pm - 2:30pm Classes starting in the 1:25pm M, W, F timeblock Classes starting in the 12:30pm T, Th timeblock Classes starting in the 12:20pm M, W, F timeblock unscheduled time unscheduled time
2:45pm - 4:45pm Mathematics Common Final Classes starting in the 3:30pm T, Th timeblock Classes starting in the 3:35pm M, W, F timeblock Classes starting in the 2:00pm T, Th timeblock Classes starting in the 2:30pm M, W, F timeblock

 

Evening Exam Times Monday, December 9, 2013 Tuesday, December 10, 2013 Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Thursday, December 12, 2013
5:45pm - 7:45pm Classes meeting only M & W 4:40pm - 6:00pm; OR classes meeting only M starting at 4:40pm Classes meeting T & Th 5:00pm - 6:20pm; OR classes meeting only T starting at 5:00pm Classes meeting M & W 6:10pm - 7:30pm; OR classes meeting only W 4:40pm - 7:20pm Classes meeting T & Th 6:30pm - 7:50pm; OR classes meeting only Th 5:00pm - 7:40pm
8:00pm - 10:00pm Classes meeting only M starting at 6:10pm or after Classes meeting only T starting at 6:30pm or after Classes meeting only W starting at 6:10pm or after; OR classes meeting M & W 7:40pm - 9:00pm Classes meeting only Th starting at 6:30pm or after; OR classes meeting T & Th 8:00pm - 9:20pm
Daytime Class Information:
  1. Classes meeting M, W, F (or any combination thereof) or T, Th (or any combination thereof) should use the FIRST class meeting time as a basis for determining the final exam slot.
  2. Class meeting times starting outside of the standard timeblock should use that timeblock's start time (e.g., a 12:30pm M, W, F class should use the 12:20 M, W, F class timeblock, and thus the 12:30pm - 2:30pm Wednesday final exam time).
  3. Back-to-back classes have final exams on alternating days.
  4. Please use the "Unscheduled time" for study sessions, approved rescheduled exams, faculty meetings, and other University business.
  5. Exam times match class times and days as closely as possible.
Evening Class Information:
  1. Classes meeting more than twice a week follow the "Monday & Wednesday" or "Tuesday & Thursday" exam schedule, using their FIRST class meeting time as a basis for determining the final exam slot.
  2. Class meeting times which start outside of the standard timeblock should use that timeblock's start time (i.e., a 6:30pm Monday-only class should use the 8:00 - 10:00pm Monday final exam time).
  3. Exam times match class times and evenings as closely as possible. Classes meeting M, W 6:10pm and T, Th 6:30pm have an earlier exam start time of 5:45pm.
Additional Information:
  1. Exams for Saturday classes will be held the Saturday after the final class meeting.
  2. As with Summer classes, exams for seven-week classes will be held during the final class time.
  3. For student questions concerning final exams, please contact Raider Connect: (937) 775-4000.
  4. It is the policy of Wright State University, as approved by the Board of Trustees, that no comprehensive final exam may be given during the last week of classes.
  5. If a comprehensive exam is to be scheduled, it must be given during the official final exam time period designated on the final exam schedule coordinated by the Office of the Registrar. If a room assignment is needed, contact the Course/Classroom Scheduling staff in the Office of the Registrar: (937) 775-5200.

2014 Spring

DAYTIME EXAM TIMES MONDAY, April 28, 2014 TUESDAY, April 29, 2014 WEDNESDAY, April 30, 2014 THURSDAY, May 1, 2014 FRIDAY, May 2, 2014
8:00am - 10:00am Classes starting in the 8:00am M, W, F timeblock Classes starting in the 9:30am T, Th timeblock unscheduled time Classes starting in the 8:00am T, Th timeblock Classes starting in the 9:05am M, W, F timeblock
10:15am - 12:15pm unscheduled time Chemistry Common Final Classes starting in the 10:10am M, W, F timeblock Classes starting int he 11:00am T, Th timeblock Classes starting in the 11:15am M, W, F timeblock
12:30pm - 2:30pm Classes starting in the 1:25pm M, W, F timeblock Classes starting in the 12:30pm T, Th timeblock Classes starting in the 12:20pm M, W, F timeblock unscheduled time unscheduled time
2:45pm - 4:45pm Mathematics Common Final Classes starting in the 3:30pm T, Th timeblock Classes starting int he 3:35pm M, W, F timeblock Classes starting in the 2:00pm T, Th timeblock Classes starting in the 2:30pm M, W, F timeblock

 

EVENING EXAM TIMES MONDAY, April 28, 2014 TUESDAY, April 29, 2014 WEDNESDAY, April 30, 2014 THURSDAY,
May 1, 2014
5:45pm - 7:45pm Classes meeting only M & W 4:40pm - 6:00pm; OR classes meeting only M strating at 4:40pm Classes meeting T & Th 5:00pm - 6:20pm; OR classes meeting only T starting at 5:00pm Classes meeting M & W 6:10pm - 7:30pm; OR classes meeting only W 4:40pm - 7:20pm Classes meeting T & Th 6:30pm - 7:50pm; OR classes meeting only Th 5:00pm - 7:40pm
8:00pm - 10:00pm Classes meeting only M starting at 6:10pm or after Classes meeting only T starting at 6:30pm or after Classes meeting only W starting at 6:10pm or after; OR classes meeting M & W 7:40pm - 9:00pm Classes meeting only Th starting at 6:30pm or after; OR classes meeting T & Th 8:00pm - 9:20pm
Daytime Class Information:
  1. Classes meeting M, W, F (or any combination thereof) or T, Th (or any combination thereof) should use the FIRST class meeting time as a basis for determining the final exam slot.
  2. Class meeting times starting outside of the standard timeblock should use that timeblock's start time (e.g., a 12:30pm M, W, F class should use the 12:20 M, W, F class timeblock, and thus the 12:30pm - 2:30pm Wednesday final exam time).
  3. Back-to-back classes have final exams on alternating days.
  4. Please use the "Unscheduled time" for study sessions, approved rescheduled exams, faculty meetings, and other University business.
  5. Exam times match class times and days as closely as possible.
Evening Class Information:
  1. Classes meeting more than twice a week follow the "Monday & Wednesday" or "Tuesday & Thursday" exam schedule, using their FIRST class meeting time as a basis for determining the final exam slot.
  2. Class meeting times which start outside of the standard timeblock should use that timeblock's start time (i.e., a 6:30pm Monday-only class should use the 8:00 - 10:00pm Monday final exam time).
  3. Exam times match class times and evenings as closely as possible. Classes meeting M, W 6:10pm and T, Th 6:30pm have an earlier exam start time of 5:45pm.
Additional Information:
  1. Exams for Saturday classes will be held the Saturday after the final class meeting.
  2. As with Summer classes, exams for seven-week classes will be held during the final class time.
  3. For student questions concerning final exams, please contact Raider Connect: (937) 775-4000.
  4. It is the policy of Wright State University, as approved by the Board of Trustees, that no comprehensive final exam may be given during the last week of classes.
  5. If a comprehensive exam is to be scheduled, it must be given during the official final exam time period designated on the final exam schedule coordinated by the Office of the Registrar. If a room assignment is needed, contact the Course/Classroom Scheduling staff in the Office of the Registrar: (937) 775-5200.

2014 Summer

Final examinations for all summer terms will be given in the last week of classes during regularly scheduled meeting hours.

Course Prerequisite Checking Report

How to run a "Course Prerequisite Checking Report" via Cognos.