Current course information is available by semester and by academic department in the Term Master Schedule at www.cabrini.edu/webTMS, and also in Cabrini One at http://one.cabrini.edu.
Students register for classes for the following semester with the Registrar's Office.
Please be sure to check your account status in Cabrin One prior to registration to identify any holds—financial or other obligations owed to the College.
Anyone with a hold will not be eligible to register until the hold is resolved.
Complete course descriptions are available in the Undergraduate Catalog and the Graduate Catalog.
Class AttendanceCabrini students are responsible for class attendance and are expected to know from the instructor’s course syllabus what is required for each course in which they are enrolled.
In most subjects, attendance is required to complete course objectives. Short-term absences (from one to three classes) for such reasons as illness, funerals, accidents, etc., should be reported directly to the instructor at the phone number or email address supplied in the syllabus; long-term absences (more than three classes) should be reported to the Academic Affairs Office.
Medical or other documentation may be required. Students are responsible for material, assignments, or examinations given during classes they miss. Absences from class may result in a lower grade or course failure.
Students who officially represent Cabrini College at intercollegiate athletic events are excused from class in order to participate in those events which conflict with classes. These excused absences apply only to officially scheduled games and tournaments, not to practice sessions.
Students are required to submit an Intercollegiate Athletic Release form to the instructor of the course to be missed, usually at the start of the semester but always in advance of the absence. Students will not be penalized for missing that class, but are responsible for making up any classwork missed.
If the nature of the class requires extensive in-class participation for successful completion of the course, the student may want to schedule it at another time after discussion with the instructor.
Adding/Dropping a ClassCourses can be added or dropped until the end of the Add/Drop period, which is typically during the second week of the semester.
Students submit an "Add/Drop Form" from the with their academic advisor's signature of their academic advisor.
Withdrawing from a Class Withdraws are different from drops in that a dropped course does not appear on transcripts, does not count toward GPA, and does not count toward full-time status for the purposes of financial aid or residency.
Withdraws do not count toward GPA, but do count towards full-time status.
AuditingStudents wishing to enrich their academic background without the responsibility of preparing for final examinations may audit courses. Audit status must be declared at the time of registration.
Repeating CoursesStudents failing a required course or earning an unacceptable grade in a department-required course must repeat that course at Cabrini to satisfy the requirements.
Students repeating a course should alert the Registrar’s Office of the repeat when registering for the course.
After the course is repeated, the original grade is no longer computed in the cumulative average. However, the original entry and the semester average will appear on the transcript.
Studying at Another College Courses to be taken at another college require the signature of the advisor, department chair and dean for academic affairs on an Approval for Credit Taken at Other Institutions form, which is available in the Registrar’s Office.
Grades from courses taken at other colleges and transferred back to Cabrini are not computed in the cumulative average, with the exception of grades for courses taken by full-time Cabrini students during fall or spring at Rosemont or Valley Forge Military Colleges and Eastern University, with whom Cabrini has reciprocal agreements.
Course WaiversOccasionally students may receive waivers exempting them from certain course requirements due to previous work or academic experience, or demonstrated ability to successfully complete higher-level work.
When a course is waived, students do not receive any credit for the waived course.
All students must complete 123 credits of coursework in order to graduate.
Cancellation of Courses The College reserves the right to cancel any course that has insufficient enrollment.