Grading: Students in Slavic Languages and Literatures must take quality grades in the courses required for any Slavic concentration.
Honors: To be eligible for honors in any Slavic concentration, students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher overall, and 3.5 or higher in the major, and write a B.A. paper, which must be submitted to the department no later than Friday of seventh week in Spring Quarter of the fourth year. In Autumn Quarter of their fourth year, students should begin the B.A. process by consulting with the Departmental Adviser.. Applications are submitted to the Departmental Adviser, typically not later than the first quarter of the fourth year. If the completed bachelor's paper is judged by the supervisor and a second faculty member to be a distinguished example of original research or criticism, the student is recommended to the College for graduation with honors in Slavic Languages and Literatures.
Advising: Students wishing to declare the major in Interdisciplinary Studies must first meet with the departmental adviser. Students should consult the Departmental Office (F 406, 702-8033) for further information on the undergraduate program. Questions about placement, competency, and proficiency examinations in Russian should be directed to the coordinator of Russian language courses; for more information about Czech, Polish, or other Slavic languages, consult the Departmental Adviser.