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Physical Activity Course (PAC) Program
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Course fees are charged to cover the costs associated with equipment, travel, certification, lodging, additional safety staffing, facilities rentals and other costs associated with the delivery of the course.
Refunds for tuition, course fees, and non-credit fees will follow the University Registrar refund schedule. Please check the Academic Calendar for specific term dates (Summer does not follow the same refund schedule as the 9-month academic year).
Refunds for fees are not issued separately from tuition or non-credit fees.
SCUBA: If a student is unable to complete their certification dives due to illness or some other unforeseen circumstance the PAC SCUBA program may allow the student to complete the dive trip/dives in the following term, communication with the instructor is required. Course fees are not refunded if a student chooses to finish their dives or certification at another location other than the OSU PAC SCUBA Program. Fees are only refunded following the Registrar’s refund schedule.
Each student in a PAC course may check out a storage basket at no additional fee. These are located in either Langton Hall or Women's Building basement, and the check out room is also in the basement. Check out includes a lock. During class-time students may use the available large lockers for storage.
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Complete this online form to override time conflicts, prerequisites, late add or other special approvals for registration within PAC For-Credit or Non-credit. This process is used to during weeks 1 and 2.
Request to add a PAC course after the add course deadline Friday of Week 1. This process is required for any changes in registration after Friday of week 2.
Adding a course, changing grading basis, course withdrawal, course drop, course section change and withdrawal from the university AFTER THE 2ND WEEK DEADLINE.
Students may attend a course on an audit basis by obtaining special instructor approval. Normal tuition and fees apply.
Students may elect to change a course that is graded under a normal grading basis (A–F) to a satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading basis (S/U). A grade of S or U has no grade point equivalent and is not used in the GPA calculation.