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Accuracy of Schedule

Students are held responsible for the accuracy of their course elections and are encouraged to keep a printed copy of their schedule. Any changes made to the schedule must be made by the student through Wolverine Access; the instructor cannot handle this process for the student.

Before the end of the third week, students should check the accuracy and completeness (e.g., P/F, properly numbered sections) of their schedule.

  • Students need to be sure that a course has been modified properly.
    The accuracy of the Pass/Fail (P/F) designation is particularly important since, after open drop/add, a course cannot be changed from graded to P/F or vice versa.
  • Students should ensure that they have no unexpected time conflicts.

Most students can access their schedules at anytime, anywhere (with a computer and Internet access). Students are encouraged to check Wolverine Access to confirm their schedule. A copy of the schedule can also be printed from

Class Time Conflict Policy

Students may not enroll simultaneously in two or more classes that meet at the same time or overlap even briefly. Time conflicts can impact your ability to be successful in a class and can cause disruptions to instructors and other students. Exceptions to this policy will be permitted only if one of the classes does not meet on a regular basis, such as an independent study, research, or internship that permits independent work. Students who register for conflicting/overlapping courses must seek permission from both instructors and are responsible for any issues or exam conflicts that arise from scheduling classes that overlap. Instructors are not obligated to accommodate time conflicts. Students may be dropped from courses that conflict.