April 6th, 2004

anonymous atrocities

Full Time Status

I have a question about full time student status. I checked the (newly updated :) memories, but none of the categories seemed to fit. I know this has been addressed before, but not very recently.

I have laid out what I need to take to complete my major, and each quarter I can only take about 9 credits (+/- some) of required classes (prerequisites, bah!). I don't have a ton of electives to spare.

As a student who doesn't have a scholarship or use financial aid, is it really important that I do 12+ credits per quarter? If it is, I'll just declare a minor, but if not, it'd be good to know. :)

And, as always, if there's a page on UW where this is laid out, just direct me there. I tend to get lost trying to search for useful information at UW's site. Not to mention all the literature I've found doesn't speak to the consequences (if any) of not taking 12 credits.

Thanks!

UW Chemistry Explosion

Does anybody know what was up with the chemistry lab earlier today. There were a bunch of fire trucks as well as some trucks I had never seen labeled Technical Command. The cops around the scene were not informative at all. Also somebody lit a trash can outside the HUB on fire. This was a really weird night.
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