Academics & Records
Undergraduate students must have a term GPA of 3.5 or above. Letters are sent to the address on file.
Because Field Period® is self-designed, the sky is the limit with where you choose to go. Accessible through the College's Portal, there are many resources to help students find Field Period® sites including a database of past experiences and through employer postings on our Career Management System, Handshake. Faculty, staff, and alumni also serve as valuable resources for finding sites, and many students rely on additional networks including friends, family, past supervisors, and community members as well.
There are 3 types of holds that prevent you from registering:
- ADV Advising Hold: See your advisor who will have the hold lifted
- SA Student Accounts: Visit the Student Accounts office to resolve your bill or contact them via email at [email protected] or by phone at (315) 279-5659
- FA Financial Aid: Visit the Financial Aid office to understand what you need to do to complete your financial aid paperwork or contact them via email at [email protected] or by phone at (315) 279-5232
Prior to doing a Field Period® experience, students must submit a course proposal, which consists of a learning contract and a thank you letter, for faculty and site approval. The learning contract which identifies their site, supervisor, and what they expect to do and learn from that experience. During the experience, students will keep a reflective journal and an Early Progress Report will be sent to the student and site supervisor at the half-way point. At the end of the experience, the student and site supervisor will be sent a Final Evaluation to complete and the student will be required to create a summary paper and put together a presentation that displays his/her learning through unique documentation.
To see what courses you still need to complete, please go to: KC Portal > KC Self-Service > Student Planning > My Progress. Additionally, we encourage you to contact your faculty advisor to talk about student planning.
Deadlines are established on the Keuka College Academic Calendar for when Field Period® course proposals and approvals are due for the upcoming Field Period® term. Typically, about a month before the end of the fall/spring semester, is when January/summer course proposals are due, and about one week prior to the end of the semester is when faculty and site approvals are due. After the experience, about four weeks into the following semester, faculty are required to submit grades, so students must submit their assignments and present on their experiences prior.
For information regarding Add/Drop/Withdraw a course can be found on the Registration and Registration Changes page in the Keuka College Record.
- Add a course: Students may add courses through their KC Self Service until the 6th day of class for 14-week courses and the third day of class for 7-week courses.
- Drop a course: Students can drop a course through their KC Self Service until the 6th day of class for 14-week courses and the third day of class for 7-week courses without a "W" on a transcript.
- Withdraw from a course: Students may withdraw from a course after the add/drop but before 50% of the class has been completed. Students will receive a "W" on their transcript for a course. This will not affect their GPA.
For current Add/Drop/Withdraw dates, please refer to the Academic Calendar.
A student needs 12 credits to be considered a full time undergraduate. Full time status is required for Financial Aid.
You can meet with your advisor or success advisor to get help reading your program evaluation. You can also visit the Registrar's Office. The 3 key status are as follows:
- In-Progress: You are currently enrolled, but you have degree requirements that have not yet been attempted. Review all sections In-Progress below.
- Pending Anticipated Complete: Upon successful completion of all registered and pre-registered coursework now showing, your degree requirements will be done.
- Complete: Congratulations! Your degree requirements are finished, and you are done! Degrees are generally conferred at the end of every month.