Cross-enrollment is not guaranteed, so students should have a back-up plan in case they cannot cross-enroll successfully.
Registration at Drake: Before requesting to cross-enroll, students should register at Drake as usual.
Submit a Tuition Waiver at the Student Records Office: Once students are registered full-time at Drake for the semester in which they wish to cross-enroll, they should visit the Student Records Office at 104 Old Main to complete a tuition waiver ("cross-enrollment form"). This waiver does not guarantee the student's cross-enrollment, however it does verify the student's eligibility and must delivered to Grand View to complete the registration process. The waiver is the student's ticket to cross-enroll. Students should be prepared to list the following information on the tuition waiver:
Section number of the class in which they wish to cross-enroll
Drake will send the completed tuition waivers to Grand View. Only waivers that have provided valid subject, course number, and course reference number will be sent.
Grand View will attempt to register each student individually for the course listed on the tuition waiver. Forms will be processed in the order in which they were submitted to Drake.
If the registration is successful, Grand View will email the student with further instructions. Retention of this information is strongly suggested.
Follow-Up: Students are responsible for establishing and maintaining a connection with Grand View.
Obtain Grand View ID number, log-in information, email address, etc.
Obtain books and materials for the Grand View class.
Attend and participate in the Grand View class.
End-of-Term Wrap-Up: After final grades have been submitted, Drake and Grand View will exchange official transcripts for the cross-enrolled students.
Cross-enrolled students will not need to submit a request to have their Grand View transcript sent to Drake. Grand View will do this automatically.
Check whether your credits have been posted to your Drake record by viewing your unofficial transcript.
Drake University will host the Iowa Interfaith Exchange, a free series from April 6-8 of more than 50 presentations, panels, and performances on the current state and future promise of interfaith activity in the state of Iowa.