Course Add Request & Petition – students may submit this form for any course add requiring instructor permission. Typically due by the 2nd Friday of the term.
Drop Request & Supplement – students may submit this form (front AND back) to drop a course. All students must submit this form by the 10th Friday of the term to drop with a “W”. Please remember: a “W” has no GPA impact.
Drop deadline for Autumn 2021 is Friday, October 29th to receive a “W” on your transcript.
- Since the form says “Course Enrollment Permission” across the top, be sure to check the “Drop the Course” box on the bottom right side of the form and include the last date you attended the class
- Instructor signature is not needed to drop a course
- Click here to see an example of how you should fill out the form
Consortium Agreement Form – students may submit this form to have a portion of their OSU financial aid applied to courses taken at another university; limit of three agreements per academic career (scroll to the bottom of the page).
Course Exception Request – students may submit a petition to request a course waiver (pre-requisite course, major course or a General Education category to be met by a previous credit from another institution) or to have one course substituted for another (for example- Statistics 2480 in place of 1450). See the attached document for items that you will need to submit to your advisor to support your petition.
HRS MINOR DECLARATION FORM – students or advisors may submit this form to have a minor added to their academic plan. If the minor you are pursuing requires approval within the unit offering the minor, you will need to meet with one of their advisors for declaration.
Graduation Application – students may submit this online form when they are ready to graduate. Due by the 2nd Friday of the term PRIOR to the term in which they desire to graduate.
For more information on graduation read through these requirements. Graduation Information.
Grade Forgiveness Petition – students can petition to retake a course at OSU for a better grade. The old grade remains on the student’s transcript but is removed from the GPA. All HRS majors accept grade forgiveness. Students should keep in mind that grade forgiveness is an OSU Undergraduate policy only; graduate programs may not accept forgiveness (please contact the graduate program of interest to ask about their policies). For more information, read this.
The Grade Forgiveness petition moved online – please only submit the online petition. For a traditional semester course (14 weeks), the online petition is due by the 10th Friday of the term that you would be re-taking the course and can be found under forms on the Registrar’s website.
Coursework taken outside of The Ohio State University, including EM and transfer credit, is not counted as an attempt for the purposes of the grade forgiveness rule. Once the rule is invoked, the second grade will be used to replace the first, even if the second grade earned is lower. Students who passed the course the first time and fail it the second, will lose credit for the course. Both courses remain on the academic record.”