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Students may request changes in their schedule during the drop/add period (see the academic calendar) by using the Change of Schedule Form (formerly "Add/Drop Form").
Note: Students must inform the Host Registrar of schedule changes for cross-registered courses.
- Complete a Change of Schedule Form. The form is available at
- Student Computer Room, 1st floor, Jaharis Center for Biomedical and Nutrition Research, 150 Harrison Avenue, Boston Campus
- Dowling Hall, Student Services Desk, Medford Campus
- Obtain signatures from the following:
- Course instructor
- Academic advisor
- (after add/drop deadline) Dean for Academic Affairs
- Submit completed form to
Student Services Desk
Dowling Hall, Tufts University
Medford, MA 02155
Any student unable to register during Open Registration must make arrangements prior to the registration deadline. Any student who does not register on time or make appropriate arrangements, will be charged a non-refundable, $200 late-registration fee.
A Directed Study Proposal form must be completed and submitted during the semester registration period.
The Directed Study Proposal Form requires the following:
- Complete a Directed Study Proposal Form with the faculty sponsor. The Directed Study Proposal Form is available online at Student Services: Forms.
- Obtain signatures from:
- Faculty sponsor (FSNSP faculty member who is supervising and grading the directed study)
- FSNSP Dean for Academic Affairs (Patrick Webb)
- 3. Once the Dean for Academic Affairs has approved the directed study, the FSNSP will notify the University registrar at Dowling Hall and you will be registered for the directed study.
No, students can not officially audit courses (i.e. they will not appear on your transcript) but can sit in any course with the permission of the instructor.
Log into SIS Online and click on "Academic Records" , then "Transcript Request"
- Full-Time = 3 or more credits per semester
- Half-Time = 2 or 2.5 credits per semester
- Part-Time = under 2 credits per semester (Note: You will not be eligible for loan assistance if your status is part-time in SIS)