The spring 2014 semester’s deadline day is March 31, and the College of Liberal Arts advising team wants to make sure the process goes as smoothly and efficiently as possible for everyone involved.
Deadline day is the last day in the semester where students can q-drop a course, pass/fail a course, withdraw from the semester, apply for graduation online or apply to graduate In Absentia.
Students wishing to do any of the above can meet with a peer adviser in the Liberal Arts Student Division office (GEB 2.200). Peer advisers are the administrative front line to academic advisers. They are student workers who are trained to help UT students with the academic paperwork process and to connect students to resources around campus.
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