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Registration for Spring 2020 begins Monday, October 28, 2019.
Make sure you’re Registration Ready by following the 5-Week Checklist below!
Registration Date & Time
Monday, October 28 at 7:00 a.m.
86 or more
Monday, October 28 at 7:15 a.m.
86 or more
Monday, October 28 at 7:30 a.m.
Monday, October 28 at 7:45 a.m.
Tuesday, October 29 at 7:00 a.m.
Sophomore Honors Students
Tuesday, October 29 at 7:30 a.m.
Wednesday, October 30 at 7:00 a.m.
First-Year Honors Students
Wednesday, October 30 at 7:30 a.m.
Any number of transfer credits
Visiting and newly
Registration dates are based on class standing, which is determined by completed/earned credits and does not include in-progress coursework. To determine your class standing, scroll to the top of this page and select "Personal Info" (located next to your name). Then, select the "Academic Info" tab. Your class standing is listed in the “Classification” category.
All traditional sophomore and first-year students (54.5 completed credits or less) MUST meet with their advisor prior to registration in order to receive clearance to register online.
Click here for a video on how to register for classes.
1. Reflect on your academic progress. Ask yourself the following questions: • Am I making progress in my major as I anticipated? • Am I where I want to be in my pursuit of personal and academic goals? • Am I considering changing my major or adding a minor?
2. Determine your registration date. Use the chart and directions at the top of this page to identify your class standing and registration date.
3. Check your account for holds. If you have a hold on your account, work on getting it cleared to avoid a delay in course registration. It may take a few days to remove a hold, so address the hold well in advance of your registration date. Contact Student Financial Services for questions related to financial holds (610-606-4602 or email@example.com).
1. Research your required courses. Determine which classes you still need to take by reviewing your completed and current coursework in comparison to your program requirements. Use the following tools to determine your required courses: • Academic Plan, 4-Year Guarantee, or College Catalog • Liberal Arts Curriculum Checklist
2. Plan a potential course schedule. The Spring 2020 schedule will be available this week. Review the course offerings to create a potential class schedule. Make note of "Plan-B" options so you can quickly select alternate courses or labs in the event that your preferred course is full by the time you register. Use the following tools while reviewing the course schedule: • Liberal Arts Curriculum Code Lookup • Course Codes Key (to the right of this page)
3. Schedule a meeting with your academic advisor. Plan to meet with your advisor within the next two weeks to review your potential class schedule.
1. Review how to register. Before meeting with your advisor, review how to register for classes. Make note of questions you want to ask your advisor about the registration process.
2. Meet with your academic advisor. Be prepared to present your potential class schedule to your advisor. Your advisor will review your course preferences and may offer suggestions to revise your schedule. Note: All traditional sophomore and first-year students (54.5 completed credits or less) MUST meet with their advisors prior to registration to receive clearance to register online.
1. Meet with your academic advisor. If you haven't already, meet with your academic advisor to review your potential class schedule. Note: All traditional sophomore and first-year students (54.5 completed credits or less) MUST meet with their advisors prior to registration to receive clearance to register online.
2. Check your account for holds. Again, make sure holds are addressed well before your registration date.
1. Register! Set your alarm for the morning of your registration date. Have your laptop ready, or use a computer in Cressman Library, which is open early with staff available to provide registration assistance. Have your preferred and “Plan-B” options handy for referencing. If a preferred course is full, add yourself to the waitlist. If you have any questions, contact your Academic Advisor or Academic Services (610-606-4628 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please use the links below to explore the courses that meet Liberal Arts curriculum requirements. Categories identified with an asterisk count as Writing 2 in addition to the noted LAC requirement.* To fulfill the Ethics requirement, Traditional Students must complete a course designated ETH; SAGE students may complete a course designated ETH or SER.
Course codes indicate several details. Here's an example:
SPA 101 00 2
SPA indicates the discipline: Spanish101 indicates the course number and level00 indicates the section number (see chart)2 indicates the course type (1=lab, 2=lecture, 3=recitation or other site)