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The collegiate requirements are those courses all students must successfully complete in order to receive a degree from Randolph-Macon College. Students who entered the college prior to the fall 2005 term are governed by the curriculum in effect when they entered. Students who entered the college in the fall of 2005 or thereafter are governed by the collegiate requirements outlined below:

Collegiate Requirements

AOK/CAR Requirements by Department

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Spring 2015

Any student that wishes to add a class for the spring semester can do so online via MyMaconWeb.  If the course has seats available, you will not be required to seek permission to enroll.  If the course is listed as full, or requires instructor permission, or requires the waiver of a pre-requisite, you will need to contact the instructor for the appropriate authorization.  This permission can be granted online, and once it is granted you will be able to add the course via MyMaconWeb.  The add period will remain open through Monday, February 16.
 
Any student that wishes to drop a class in the spring semester can do so online via MyMaconWeb.  You do not need permission to drop a course.  Any student that has enrolled in less than 12 hours, or that drops below 12 hours using this process, is advised to consult the information about full-time status on the Registrar's Office website.  The drop period will remain open through Friday, February 20
 

If you run into difficulty adding courses it may be because the course is a repeat, a sixth course, a fifth course that goes over the hour limit, etc.  In such cases, you should contact the Registrar’s Office, and we will help you enroll.  Contact us before completing an add form, so we can tell you if that is necessary. 

**DISCLAIMER**

Course schedules and associated details are subject to change based on room availability, enrollment and hiring opportunities.