This form is required to add or drop courses during the first week of classes. It can also be used for closed course permission.
This is used to request that a student be allowed to cover an existing Hamilton course independently. For example, the course might be required for the major, but not offered when the student requires it.
This form is to be used when a student proposes independent work in place of a regular course under the supervision of a faculty member.
This form is used for either study at a US college or university or for study abroad to request transfer credit from courses taken the summer or during a semester on leave.
Federal Regulations require that the students submit a signed request before the College releases any of their academic records. Students need to print, complete, sign, and send their request to the Registrar’s Office in Elihu Root House or by fax (315) 859-4632. There is no charge for individual transcripts. Students pay a one-time fee their first semester to cover the cost of all future transcript requests.
Used by sophomores to declare their concentration(s) and for change in concentration(s) after sophomore year.
For students who propose their own concentrations intersecting two or more academic departments.
Students may elect one or two minors along with a regular concentration. With this form, student may also request a change in minor(s).
This forms is used to petition the Committee on Academic Standing for requests for late course adds and drops and exceptions to regulations for study abroad and to other academic regulations described in the college catalogue.