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Time Conflict Request - Student Form Request

 

Upon completion, this form request will be sent directly to the Records Unit of the Office of the Registrar.

You must use this form request to ask the Records Unit to begin a Time Conflict Request on your behalf.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Time Conflict Requests are rarely granted in order to preserve the academic integrity of course offerings at Cal Poly. Below are the possible scenarios in which a Time Conflict Request would be granted:

  • Music ensemble courses (examples from the 2015-17 catalog include MU 170 and MU 370).
  • Courses that do not meet at their regularly scheduled times (such as senior project courses, POLS 111, SCM 150, etc.).
  • Students who have registered for a course with a lecture/lab combination, but who have already passed the lab component of the course (so-called "ghost labs") and have a time conflict with the scheduled lab time.
  • Students who have registered for a course with a lecture/lab combination and have a time conflict with the scheduled lab time, but who can complete the lab component with another section of the course.
  • Undergraduate students who, in order to facilitate graduation, have no other option, are within three quarters of graduation, and, in the process, do not circumvent other University policies, procedures, or deadlines.
  • Graduate students who, in order to facilitate graduation, have no other option, and, in the process, do not circumvent other University policies, procedures, or deadlines.
  • You must be ENROLLED in courses for the term before you request access to the Time Conflict Request.

 

If your reason for requesting a Time Conflict Request is not one of those outlined above, your request will likely be denied.

This 9-digit number can be found in the "Personal Info" tab of your My Cal Poly Portal.
Enrolled course
Course to be added that is creating a conflict

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