- CEC Advisement Worksheet (student services advisor)
- CEC Petition Form (general)
- Declare/Remove Minor Form
- Senior Check Form
- Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Petition Form [pdf]
- Biomedical Engineering Prerequisite Waiver Request [pdf]
- Civil Engineering Undergraduate Petition Form
- Civil Engineering Course Wait List
- Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Petition Form [pdf]
- Computer Science & Engineering Undergraduate Forms
- Electrical Engineering Prerequisite Waiver Request [pdf]
- Electrical Engineering Course Substitution Request [pdf]
- Integrated Info Technology Undergraduate Petition Form
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Prerequisite Waiver Form [pdf]
- Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Course Substitution Petition [pdf]
- Special Enrollment/Transient Request [pdf]
- Independent Study Contract [pdf]
- Privacy Release
- Grade Forgiveness
- More Registrar Forms
Graduate School Forms for Undergrads
- Accelerated Bachelor's/Graduate Study Plan Authorization [pdf]
- Senior Privilege Coursework Authorization [pdf]
- Apply to Graduate School
Transient enrollment is when you take classes at another institution after becoming a UofSC Columbia student.
Prior to going transient:
- Use the Course Equivalency Table to look up the institution you want to attend and the courses there which have transfer equivalencies.
- Complete and sign a Special Enrollment Request.
- If you have a professional staff Academic Advisor, submit the form to them.
- If you have a Faculty Advisor, submit the form to CEC Student Services to obtain the “Advisor” and “Academic Dean” approvals. Faculty Advisors do not approve transient enrollment or sign Special Enrollment Request forms.
- Keep a copy of the approved Special Enrollment Request form, as it will help you enroll at the transient institution.
After enrolling transiently, you are responsible for ensuring that your transcript from the other institution is submitted to the UofSC Columbia Registrar in a timely manner.
Study Abroad opportunities are managed by the Education Abroad Office. They will provide you with the necessary forms and guide you through the process of class approvals, which looks like this:
- With your academic advisor, determine which classes you would normally be taking in the term you plan to go abroad.
- Choose a destination institution based on availability of the classes you need or want.
- Apply to the Education Abroad Office and discuss destination institutions with a possible major match.
- Use the Course Equivalency Table to match the classes you need to the classes approved for transfer from the destination institution.
- Look at the catalogue or website of the destination institution for classes that might count but are not in the transfer table. Contact Assistant Dean Patterson in CEC Student Services for help with equivalencies not in the transfer table.
To be eligible to receive any federal, state or private educational loans funds, students must adhere to the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarship's policy on Satisfactory Academic Progress.
If the Financial Aid Office has contacted you about a timeframe review form (satisfactory academic progress, max timeframe advisement, or some other document of coursework remaining for continued financial aid eligibility) then submit the timeframe review form to CEC Student Services to obtain the "College Official" review and signature.
Academic forgiveness allows for a recalculation of a low GPA under certain conditions.
One condition is that the student has not been enrolled at any campus of the University
of South Carolina for at least 48 months. This and other conditions are described
in the university’s Academic Forgiveness Policy.
A CEC student who has met the conditions outlined in the policy and desires academic forgiveness must submit a written request for academic forgiveness to Associate Dean of Academic Affairs through the CEC Student Services Office. The request must address each condition in the policy.
If a mental health, medical, or personal crisis prevented academic success during a past semester or the Withdrawal Fail (WF) period of a current semester, students may be interested in petitioning for a Hardship Withdrawal.
Can't find your form? Contact Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.