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INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGISTRATION
Registration for on-campus academic courses, Physical Education activity classes, and Carleton Off Campus programs will take place at the Registrar's Office in Laird Hall between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m., February 21 through March 1. Your advisor has been given your spring term registration card. Be sure to obtain your advisor's signature. Instructor's names are not used to register for a course -- be sure that the section number matches the instructor's name and time period the course is being offered. All courses numbered 100 are held exclusively for the class of 2005. Changes in your spring registration after Friday, March 1, can be made only on an Add/Drop Card. Add/Drop cards will be available outside the Registrar's Office at 8:00 a.m. Monday, March 4, 2002.
All full time students who will be studying on campus in a succeeding term will be expected to register for that term within the registration period. Those who do not will be contacted shortly after registration to clarify their intent to attend during the following term. Failure to register by the end of the first two weeks of the term will be regarded as withdrawal from the College. Students returning from off-campus status who have not registered by proxy may register during the first two weeks of the term or with the permission of the Academic Standing Committee thereafter.
Student registration slips for spring term will be printed and mailed to students the morning after they register, for purposes of registration confirmation. IT IS THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CAREFULLY CHECK THIS PRINTOUT, AND MAKE ANY NECESSARY CORRECTIONS. Changes can be made any morning, 9:00 - 12:00, February 22 through March 1 at the Office of the Registrar. Any changes necessary after this time must be made during the add/drop period during spring term.
TIME SCHEDULE FOR SPRING REGISTRATION
Registration times for individual students have been assigned by lottery within classes. You may register any time after your assigned time. Times for registration are shown on this page organized by class and by last name.
"Sophomore priority" noted in the schedule means students are allowed to register for the course in the following order: sophomores, first year students, seniors, juniors. A senior or junior wanting to register for such a course must waitlist in the "WL" section and may register for the course during winter term if space is available, however waitlisted sophomores and first year students will have waitlist priority. If you are a junior or senior and need a particular "sophomore priority" course for graduation, PLEASE TALK WITH YOUR ADVISOR NOW.
THE WRITING REQUIREMENT
Students should begin to fulfill the College's writing requirement in their first year by enrolling in one of three kinds of courses:
1. English 109, Writing Seminar
2. English 100, 110, 111, 112, 117, or 120.
3. The following courses:
AFAM.117.00 Owusu, Kofi
AFAM.221.00 Williams, Harry
AMST.112.00 Wadsworth, Sarah A
AMST.117.00 Owusu, Kofi
AMST.221.00 Williams, Harry
CLAS.111.00 Cheshire, Keyne A.
ENGL.109.11 Oliver, Carol W.
ENGL.109.12 Italia, Iona
ENGL.109.13 Lines, Candace I.
ENGL.110.01 Raylor, Timothy
ENGL.110.02 Italia, Iona
ENGL.111.01 Walker, Constance
ENGL.111.02 McDonnell, James
ENGL.112.00 Wadsworth, Sarah A.
ENGL.117.00 Owusu, Kofi
HIST.221.00 Williams, Harry M.
HIST.253.00 Yoon, Seungjoo
HIST.395.02 Yoon, Seungjoo
MATH.100.00 Branson, William
RELG.110.01 Elison, William N.
RELG.110.02 McNally, Michael D.
SOAN.110.00 Feldman-Savelsberg, Pamela
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