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Registration for Fall 2019 begins on Monday, March 25, 2019.
Students register online through My Cedar Crest by class standing (BE SURE TO VIEW THE NEW CLASS REGISTRATION DATES BELOW). Click here for a video on "How to Register for Classes Online Using My Cedar Crest".
To determine your class standing, select "Personal Info" at the top of this screen next to your name, and then select "Academic Info" to locate your current class level. Class level is calculated based on the number of completed earned credits and does not include any credits that are currently in progress.
Senior Honors Students (86 or more earned credits)
Monday, March 25 at 7:00 a.m.
Monday, March 25 at 7:15 a.m.
Seniors (86 or more earned credits)
Junior Honors Students (55-85.9 earned credits)
Monday, March 25 at 7:30 a.m.
Juniors (55-85.9 earned credits)
Monday, March 25 at 7:45 a.m.
Sophomore Honors Students (24-54.9 earned credits)
Tuesday, March 26 at 7:00 a.m.
Sophomores (24-54.9 earned credits)
Tuesday, March 26 at 7:30 a.m.
First Year Honors Students (0-23.9 earned credits)
Wednesday, March 27 at 7:00 a.m.
First Year Students (0-23.9 earned credits)
Wednesday, March 27 at 7:30 a.m.
Visiting and all newly accepted students (any number of transfer credits)
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.
As registration week approaches, take time to reflect on your progress to date. Ask yourself the following questions:
* Am I making progress in my major as I anticipated?* Am I considering a change of major? * Am I considering adding a minor? Find the list of academic programs here. * Am I where I want to be in my pursuit of personal and academic goals?
If you have a hold on your account, work on getting that cleared now so you are able to register on time with your class. Contact Student Financial Services for questions related to financial holds (610-606-4602 or email@example.com).
Do your research. The Fall 2019 course schedule will be available in the beginning of this week. Identify potential fall classes using the following tools:
• program checklist or 4-year guarantee• liberal arts curriculum checklist (also located below)• course schedule on My Cedar Crest (also found on the home page)
Then, reach out to your faculty advisor to schedule your academic advising meeting.
If you haven't already, schedule an academic advising meeting with your advisor. 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.
Consider revising your registration plan based on input you receive from your advisor.
Also, take time this week to double check on any holds you may have on your account that will prevent you from registering on time. Holds are not automatically lifted. It may take a few days to process a hold, so take care of your holds well in advance of your registration date.
After meeting with your advisor to review your planned schedule, be sure to establish a "plan-B" so you can quickly select alternate courses or labs in the event one of your first choices is full by the time you register next week.
Again, make sure your holds are taken care of as you move into this week before registration.
Click here for a video on "How to Register for Classes Online Using My Cedar Crest".
Set your alarm for the morning of your class registration date.
The Student Success Center in the Cressman Library will be open early each morning during Registration Week. You are welcome to log in to the computers in the library and use them to register for your classes.
When you are registering, add yourself to the wait list if you find the course you wanted to register for is full. Also, keep your Plan B worksheet handy as a reference during registration.
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.
Each course number at Cedar Crest College includes several elements: A discipline, course number, course section, and course type. Here's an example:
SPA 101 00 2
Day, 14 weeks, Open to All
Day, Hybrid, Accelerated Session I
Day, Hybrid, Accelerated Session II
Day, Online, 14 weeks
Day, Hybrid, 14 weeks
Evening, Hybrid, 7 weeks, Accelerated Session I, Open to All
Accelerated Session I, 2 days/week
Online, Accelerated, Restricted to SAGE
Evening, Hybrid, 7 weeks, Accelerated Session II, Open to All
Accelerated Session II, 2 days/week
Evening, Hybrid, 14 weeks, Open to All
Online, 14 weeks, Restricted to SAGE
Evening, 14 weeks, Open to All
Online, 12 weeks, Restricted to SAGE
Evening, 14 weeks, Restricted to SAGE
Weekend, Accelerated, Open to All
Weekend/Hybrid Combination, Open to All
Weekend, Accelerated, Restricted to SAGE