Registrar’s Office Closed, 11/22 – 11/27

The Office of the Registrar will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving Break, starting at noon on Wednesday 22 November. The office will reopen at 8:00 am on Monday 27 November. Transcripts and other queries received during that time will not be processed until after the break.

Spring 2018 Pre-registration Update (November 2017)

On Friday, December 1 at 4:00 pm, WebAdvisor will close for registration (however, you will still be able to view your courses, transcripts, etc.).

On Monday, December 4, WebAdvisor will reopen for first-year students ONLY (registration class “FR”). FR students will be able to register during the week of December 4 according to the posted Registration Schedule. During this time, other students will be able to add Signature courses (i.e., courses that require instructor permission), but must wait until after the first-year students register to make any other changes to their schedules.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office (registrar@allegheny.edu, 814-332-2357) if you have questions about registering for Spring.

Sign up for GTWY 100 “Pathways” for Spring 2018!

Sign up for a “Pathways” experience for the first  half of the spring 2018 semester. Who are you and what do you want to become? If you want to explore answers to these questions, sign up today!

First- and Second-year students are encouraged to sign up for a new Gateway 100 (GTWY 100) course that explores how to link personal interests and educational experiences to future and professional goals. Students investigate curricular and co-curricular opportunities related to their passions and are provided help in identifying appropriate paths forward that will both enrich and build upon one another. In conversation with faculty and staff facilitators and their peers, students will think about a major and about how to apply their academic training and interests to internships, civic engagement, undergraduate research, and study abroad opportunities. This one-credit, Credit/No Credit, Module A course meets once a week starting the week of January 16. You can add the class as one normally does via WebAdvisor. For more information, please see Professor Patrick Jackson in the Gateway.

 

Spring 2018 Distribution Course Listing

Please see this Google spreadsheet for a listing of Spring 2018 courses that fulfill distribution requirements for students who entered Allegheny College in Fall 2016 or after. You will need to be logged in with an allegheny.edu address in order to be able to view this document.

Please note that not all of these courses are appropriate for all students, depending on their class year and whether or not they have the appropriate pre-reqs, and that some of these courses are restricted to signature only or have other restrictions.

This list is a snapshot in time, so please use WebAdvisor to check the real-time status of classes. WebAdvisor is the source of record for the Spring 2018 schedule. This document is provided for planning purposes only.

Please direct questions about Spring 2018 course planning to your academic advisor.

Information Session: Special Requirements for CHEM 109, Spring 2018

Professor Statman will be holding an information session on Chem 109: The Science (and Art) of Brewing in Carr Hall 239 at 3:30 on Wednesday, November 1. At that time, he will describe the course and its expectations. If you are interested, you should attend. Bring proof that you will be at least 21 years old before the end of the first week of classes.

Signature cards will be available from the Office of the Registrar in Bentley Hall starting on Monday 7 November.

Please direct any questions to Professor Statman, dstatman@allegheny.edu.

Spring 2018 Pre-registration Update (October 2017)

Pre-registration for the Spring 2018 semester begins on Monday, November 6.

Access is by registration class and letter code according to the posted registration schedule. Please check your profile in WebAdvisor to confirm your correct class and letter! The date and time in the schedule are the earliest that you may register.

Please make sure to consult with your academic advisor(s) before your scheduled registration time and receive permission to register – you will not be permitted to register for any classes without your advisor’s approval (double majors and students with co-advisors: both advisors must approve you to register). You should take a Degree Audit with you when you go to meet with your advisor(s).

The general registration order is: seniors, week of November 6; juniors, week of November 13; sophomores, week of November 27; first-years, week of December 4. Within each class, the letter group order for Spring preregistration is: H G A B C D E F (please note that the order when you register next Fall will be: F E H G A B C D).

Registration class is determined solely by credits earned and NOT by the number of semesters you have attended Allegheny. A student is considered to be a first-year student from the date of matriculation until the semester following completion of the 28th semester hour, when the student becomes a sophomore. A student becomes a junior in the semester following completion of the 60th semester hour, and a senior in the semester following completion of the 92nd semester hour.

Preregistration is limited to a maximum of 18 credits. You may add additional credits once the Spring semester begins. If you need a signature card, those will be available in Bentley Hall starting on the morning of Monday 6 November.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office (registrar@allegheny.edu, 814-332-2357) if you have questions about registering for Spring.

Fall 2017 Registration Update (October 2017)

‘X’ Deadline: The last day to opt for a student-initiated withdrawal from a course (“X“) is Thursday 2 November.

Forms for withdrawals are available in the Registrar’s Office and require the signatures of the instructor and your academic advisor. The completed forms must be turned in to the Registrar’s Office by 5 p.m. on Thursday 2 November. Please keep in mind that only one student-initiated withdrawal per student is permitted per semester. If you wish to take a leave of absence from the College (i.e., to withdraw from all classes this semester), please contact the Dean of Students Office.

If taking a student-initiated withdrawal will leave you with fewer than 12 credits for the semester, you are strongly encouraged to consult with Financial Aid and Financial Services before you submit the card.

Graduates of January and May 2018: Check the tentative graduation list.

The Registrar’s Office in Bentley Hall will publish and post a tentative January and May graduation list Monday 16 October through Thursday 30 November. All seniors are responsible for making sure their names are on the tentative list. You may stop in the office on the second floor of Bentley Hall from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays to confirm that your name is listed.

Please be aware that if your privacy category is set to “Release No Information,” we are not able to post your name in public. Please stop in to Bentley 210 to discuss what that means for Commencement. You may view your Privacy category under “My Profile” in WebAdvisor. Please see here for a description of the possible privacy categories.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office (registrar@allegheny.edu814-332-2357) if you have questions about any of these items.

Sign up for GTWY 100 “Pathways”!

Sign up for a “Pathways” experience for the second half of the fall 2017 semester. Who are you and what do you want to become? If you want to explore answers to these questions, sign up today!

This fall, sophomore students (and others) are encouraged to sign up for a new Gateway 100 (GTWY 100) course that explores how to link personal interests and educational experiences to future and professional goals. Students investigate curricular and co-curricular opportunities related to their passions and are provided help in identifying appropriate paths forward that will both enrich and build upon one another. In conversation with faculty and staff facilitators and their peers, students will think about a major and about how to apply their academic training and interests to internships, civic engagement, undergraduate research, and study abroad opportunities.

This one-credit Module B course meets once a week starting the week of October 23.

Contact Professor Patrick Jackson for more information or see one of the people teaching the courses, listed on WebAdvisor.

  

Fall 2017 Registration Update (September 2017)

Schedule Check: Please check your schedule on WebAdvisor to ensure that it is accurate  — that you are enrolled for the proper number of credits, in the appropriate courses and sections, and with the correct faculty.

If you are enrolled in the Sakai site for a course that does not necessarily mean you are enrolled. Please check WebAdvisor!!

In particular, comping students should ensure that their senior project registration is correct.

Module B Courses: If you plan to take a Module B course, such as CHEM 119 or GTWY 100, the deadline to add is 4:00 pm on Thursday 2 November. The Module B term starts on Thursday 19 October.

“X” Deadline: The deadline for a student to take a Student-Initiated Withdrawal (‘X’) is 4:00 pm on Thursday 2 November.

Snapshot of Open Courses as of August 10, 2017

Please see this Google spreadsheet for a listing of Fall 2017 courses with at least 4 open seats as of 9:00 am on 04/28/2017. You will need to be logged in with an allegheny.edu address in order to be able to view this document. Click to the second tab for the list of courses.

Please note that not all of these courses are appropriate for all students, depending on their class year and whether or not they have the appropriate pre-reqs, and that some of these courses are restricted to signature only or have other restrictions.

This list is a snapshot in time, so please use WebAdvisor to check the real-time status of classes. WebAdvisor is the source of record for the Fall 2017 schedule. This document is provided for planning purposes only.

Please direct questions about Fall 2017 course planning to your academic advisor.