Academic Regulations & Procedures

Registration

This section is offered as a summary of registration procedures and is subject to change. Detailed information on the registration process as well as on basic registration policies is available online via the Registration link on the Registrar’s homepage.

Fall term registration for new students will be conducted during the summer. This is the first opportunity for new students to register. Most returning students will have registered in May.

Registration for winter and spring terms, as well as for fall term of the following year, will typically be conducted over a two-week period during the latter part of each term. Failure to register for or to attend classes by the end of the first week of the following term will be regarded as withdrawal from the College. You are required to discuss your registration with your adviser prior to registration.

If any part of a student’s account in the Business Office is delinquent, the student will not be permitted to register unless arrangements are made to settle this account with the Business Office. Registration may also be held by the Registrar, Office of the Dean of Students, The Wellness Center, the Writing Program, and the Academic Standing Committee. When all holds are settled, the student will be permitted to proceed. The earliest time to register will be as specified in the “Schedule of Classes.” A student may register at a later time than scheduled, within published deadlines.

All of these steps must also be taken by proxy registrants in order to complete a registration by proxy. (See proxy registration.)

Drop/Add changes can be made on the Hub through the 10 week course drop/add deadline. After the drop/add deadline, late drop, S/CR/NC, and Independent Study/Research/Reading forms are available as online forms on the Registrar’s website.

Students will register for physical education courses the same way they do for other courses.

Priority for registration is in order of class year. Priority within class year will be determined by a program designed for random selection.

“Sophomore Priority” in the schedule means students will be allowed to register for a course in the following order: sophomores, first-year students, seniors, juniors. A senior or junior wanting to register for such a course should waitlist for the upperclass waitlist (WL) section only. They may then register for the course if space is available upon receipt of permission from the Registrar’s Office. A junior or senior who needs a particular sophomore priority course for graduation should talk with their adviser.

 

Sophomore Priority Courses for 2022-23:

Fall    
ARCN.246.52 Archaeological Methods & Lab 22/FA
ARTS.110.01 Observational Drawing 22/FA
ARTS.110.02 Observational Drawing 22/FA
ARTS.113.01 Field Drawing 22/FA
ARTS.113.02 Field Drawing 22/FA
ARTS.122.01 Introduction to Sculpture 22/FA
ARTS.130.01 Ceramics 22/FA
ARTS.130.02 Ceramics 22/FA
ARTS.139.00 Beginning Photography 22/FA
ARTS.151.01 Metalsmithing 22/FA
BIOL.125.53 Genes, Evol & Develpmnt & Lab 22/FA
BIOL.125.54 Genes, Evol & Develpmnt & Lab 22/FA
BIOL.125.59 Genes, Evol & Develpmnt & Lab 22/FA
CAMS.110.00 Intro to Cinema & Media Stds 22/FA
CAMS.111.01 Digital Foundations 22/FA
CAMS.186.00 Film Genres 22/FA
CS.111.01 Intro to Computer Science 22/FA
CS.111.02 Intro to Computer Science 22/FA
CS.201.02 Data Structures 22/FA
EDUC.110.00 Intro to Educational Studies 22/FA
ENGL.160.00 Intro to Creative Writing 22/FA
FREN.210.00 Coffee and News 22/FA
GEOL.110.51 Introduction to Geology & Lab 22/FA
GEOL.110.53 Introduction to Geology & Lab 22/FA
GEOL.220.54 Tectonics & Lab 22/FA
LING.150.00 Invented Languages 22/FA
POSC.120.00 Democracy and Dictatorship 22/FA
SOAN.110.00 Introduction to Anthropology 22/FA
SOAN.111.00 Introduction to Sociology 22/FA
THEA.110.00 Beginning Acting 22/FA
Winter    
AMST.115.00 Introduction to American Stds 23/WI
ARTS.110.01 Observational Drawing 23/WI
ARTS.110.02 Observational Drawing 23/WI
ARTS.122.01 Introduction to Sculpture 23/WI
ARTS.130.00 Ceramics 23/WI
ARTS.139.01 Beginning Photography 23/WI
ARTS.151.01 Metalsmithing 23/WI
BIOL.125.52 Genes, Evol & Develpmnt & Lab 23/WI
BIOL.125.53 Genes, Evol & Develpmnt & Lab 23/WI
BIOL.125.59 Genes, Evol & Develpmnt & Lab 23/WI
BIOL.126.52 Energy Flow Biol System & Lab 23/WI
BIOL.126.53 Energy Flow Biol System & Lab 23/WI
BIOL.126.54 Energy Flow Biol System & Lab 23/WI
BIOL.210.00 Global Change Biology 23/WI
CAMS.111.01 Digital Foundations 23/WI
CAMS.111.02 Digital Foundations 23/WI
CS.111.02 Intro to Computer Science 23/WI
CS.111.03 Intro to Computer Science 23/WI
CS.201.01 Data Structures 23/WI
EDUC.110.00 Intro to Educational Studies 23/WI
ENGL.160.00 Intro to Creative Writing 23/WI
FREN.210.00 Coffee and News 23/WI
GEOL.130.54 Geology of Nationl Parks & Lab 23/WI
GWSS.110.00 Intro to GWSS 23/WI
MATH.236.00 Mathematical Structures 23/WI
POSC.120.00 Democracy and Dictatorship 23/WI
SOAN.110.00 Introduction to Anthropology 23/WI
SOAN.111.00 Introduction to Sociology 23/WI
SOAN.233.00 Anthropology of Food 23/WI
STAT.120.01 Introduction to Statistics 23/WI
STAT.120.04 Introduction to Statistics 23/WI
THEA.110.00 Beginning Acting 23/WI
Spring    
AMST.115.00 Introduction to American Stds 23/SP
ARTS.113.01 Field Drawing 23/SP
ARTS.113.02 Field Drawing 23/SP
BIOL.125.53 Genes, Evol & Develpmnt & Lab 23/SP
BIOL.125.54 Genes, Evol & Develpmnt & Lab 23/SP
BIOL.125.59 Genes, Evol & Develpmnt & Lab 23/SP
BIOL.126.52 Energy Flow Biol System & Lab 23/SP
BIOL.126.53 Energy Flow Biol System & Lab 23/SP
BIOL.126.54 Energy Flow Biol System & Lab 23/SP
BIOL.240.00 Genetics 23/SP
BIOL.241.01 Genetics Laboratory 23/SP
BIOL.241.02 Genetics Laboratory 23/SP
BIOL.241.03 Genetics Laboratory 23/SP
CAMS.110.00 Intro to Cinema & Media Stds 23/SP
CAMS.111.01 Digital Foundations 23/SP
CAMS.111.02 Digital Foundations 23/SP
CS.111.02 Intro to Computer Science 23/SP
CS.111.03 Intro to Computer Science 23/SP
CS.201.01 Data Structures 23/SP
EDUC.110.00 Intro to Educational Studies 23/SP
ENGL.160.00 Intro to Creative Writing 23/SP
ENTS.120.51 Intro Geospatial Analysis&Lab 23/SP
FREN.210.00 Coffee and News 23/SP
GEOL.110.52 Introduction to Geology & Lab 23/SP
GEOL.110.53 Introduction to Geology & Lab 23/SP
LING.110.00 Introduction to Linguistics 23/SP
LING.115.00 Intro to the Theory of Syntax 23/SP
MATH.236.01 Mathematical Structures 23/SP
MUSC.140.00 Ethnomusicology/World Music 23/SP
POSC.120.00 Democracy and Dictatorship 23/SP
SOAN.110.00 Introduction to Anthropology 23/SP
SOAN.111.00 Introduction to Sociology 23/SP
STAT.120.01 Introduction to Statistics 23/SP
STAT.120.03 Introduction to Statistics 23/SP
STAT.230.00 Applied Regression Analysis 23/SP
THEA.185.01 The Speaking Voice 23/SP
 
Wait lists are formed after a class section fills (i.e., closes). Wait lists provide priority information for accepting students into a class if space becomes available. Waitlisted students should check with the instructor to determine if they may be permitted to enroll in a class; the instructor will inform the Registrar’s Office of any such permissions.  The Registrar’s Office will then notify the student via email, informing the student that they have one day to register for the course; it is the student’s responsibility to register for the course via the Hub.

Any student who fails to attend the first two classes in a course for which there is a wait list and who has not otherwise contacted the faculty member by the end of the second class to confirm enrollment will be officially dropped from the course if a signed request from the instructor is received by the registrar before the end of the first week of classes.

See also academic load, class attendance, drop/add, proxy registration, and registration changes.

 

Last Revised: September 9, 2021

For: Faculty Students,

Last Reviewed: August 8, 2022

Maintained by: Office of the Provost