Classics Department Policy for “Crashing” Classes
Classes that are full will be closed the day before classes begin (or sooner)
Students trying to get into full classes with discussion sections should: attend lecture, attend ONE discussion section, and let the TA know they want to add the class.
Students trying to get into full classes without discussion sections should: attend lecture, and let the instructor know they want to add the class.
Students will be added from waiting lists in this order: Classics majors, Classics minors, then by class standing
Please do NOT contact instructors, TAs, or office staff trying to get an add code; instead, follow the procedures above About the Major section.
Pass/No Pass Grading Option
Up to 8 units total of Greek 199 and Latin 199 may be taken pass/no pass for major credit; all other courses must be taken for letter grades, including those applied to the major from other departments.
Substitutions in the major requirements are permissible only by petition to the department chair or to the undergraduate advisor.
At least 20 upper division units in the major must be completed while the student is in residence at UCSB.
At least 2.0 overall average in a) all upper-division major courses; and b) all major courses (Preparation and Upper Division) while in the University of California.
With the approval of each department chairperson, up to a total of 8 units may be applied simultaneously to both upper-division majors.