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Spring 2017 Registration Starts Today

Hurry up before the those L-courses fill up faster than we can cry over finals

Hurry up before those L-courses fill up faster than we can cry over finals

Who else is done with this current semester? With finals looming and those pesky papers in the backs of everyone’s minds, look forward to a new semester with a whole new group of classes to later cry over.

Today marks the first day of L-course Signup and Registration for the spring, so those of you who have their scheduling appointments today, get to it! Remember to meet with your adviser, double check that class that fills the most random requirement actually fits, and plan wisely.

Registration ends this Friday, November 18th. Good luck, and remember–the first two weeks of class next semester are basically an informal shopping period.

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