College of Arts and Humanities S/U Grading
In response to students’ requests, UCF will offer undergraduates the option to select a satisfactory/unsatisfactory (S/U) grade or a letter grade for eligible Spring 2020 courses.
Frequently Asked Questions
Effective 03/16/2020, the CAHSA team will begin working remotely
For advising support, students in CAH majors should email your assigned CAHSA advisor, which can be found in your myUCF student center. If you encounter any difficulties, please email your assigned advisor right away and we will work to resolve your situation. All other inquiries should be directed to email@example.com. Please continue to monitor your knightsmail e-mail account for updates from CAHSA, CAH, and the university and please exercise good judgment and stay safe.
CAHSA is the primary office charged with providing academic support services to undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Humanities (CAH). Students in CAH are assigned a CAHSA advisor as well as a major advisor. CAHSA actively seeks to schedule advising appointments with students on an ongoing basis and our advising team is also available on a walk-in basis. In order to ensure awareness of the resources and opportunities available at the university, optimize their individualized experience, and to ensure graduation in four years, CAH students are encouraged to promptly respond to advising requests from their assigned CAHSA and major advisors.
Visit CAHSA in our new location, Trevor Colbourn Hall (TCH) 159.
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