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First Day of Class Policy
The Mandatory Attendance at First Class Session policy states that a student must attend the first class meeting of every course in which he\she is registered, unless a student obtains approval for your intended absence before the first meeting. Without this prior approval, a student may lose his\her place in class to another student.
Students must officially cancel classes if denied admission due to failure to attend the first class meeting.
Repeating a Course Policy
The University of Minnesota registration system enforces the one repeat rule* as defined in the Grading and Transcripts policy. Students may repeat a course one time. In addition, if space is not available in the class, a Morris student who earned a grade of C or higher or an S in a particular course may be denied enrollment in that course. The University registration system will not allow students to register for a course they have already taken twice. Attempting to register for a course for a third time will result in an error message in the registration system.
*Repeat rules do not apply if the repeated course carries the same course designator and number but the content differs each term, or if the course is designated “repetitions allowed.”