Re: Signing up for Classes and Paying for Them
Written by Bwog Staff
Just passing on word that tomorrow, August 1st, will mark the beginning of the second summer registration period. According to an email from Barry the registration wizard Kane, registration will “open on Monday morning, August 1st, at 9:30 a.m.” (Wait what? It’s August!) You can add and drop courses till Friday, August 12th. We noticed a couple of newbies sprinkled in there. Feast.
On the fiscal side, tipsters report that financial aid letters are out, but maybe not for all. Air grievances below.
To All Undergraduate Students:
I write to remind you that the second of the summer registration periods for the fall 2011 term will open on Monday morning, August 1st, at 9:30 a.m. This opportunity to add and drop courses will be in effect until Friday, August 12th. Registration will not, however, be available on either Saturday, August 6th, or Sunday, August 7th.
You are also reminded that throughout the duration of this two-week registration window, there will be no appointment times based on class standing. All continuing undergraduate students will be able to access registration through SSOL on any of the ten days of the registration period and at any time from 9:30 a.m. to 8:45 p.m.
You are encouraged to use the upcoming two-week registration period to refine your fall class schedule to the extent possible and practicable, recognizing, of course, that some final course decisions will need to wait until you have had the opportunity to attend classes in the fall during the change of program period. Nonetheless, you are urged to come as close to a final term schedule as your planning will permit at this time.
Remember that if Columbia College students have any questions about fall courses, you should be in touch with your Advising Dean in the Center for Student Advising. If you don’t know who your Advising Dean is, you should consult SSOL.
I hope that you are enjoying a happy and productive summer, and we are looking forward to your return to campus next month.
Barry S. Kane
Columbia University in the City of New York
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