Posted: May 3, 2013
Effective May 7, transcript requests for current students cannot be processed until spring semester grades are posted. If you have a deadline date before or near May 7, 2013, we recommend that you request your transcript before May 7 so that it can be processed before the transcript freeze. Students wishing to have spring semester grades should indicate “AFTER GRADES ARE POSTED” when ordering through the WebAdvisor Transcript on Demand service. We anticipate that these transcripts will be processed and forwarded on May 17, 2013.
SENIORS: Final transcripts for seniors with degree and major posted will also be available May 17, but you MUST indicate “HOLD FOR DEGREE POSTING” when ordering through the WebAdvisor Transcript on Demand service.
ALUMNI: you may continue to order transcripts normally. Delivery will not be affected by the freeze.
Questions or concerns? Please contact Pam McCurdy, Transcript Coordinator, at 814-332-2357.
Posted: April 30, 2013
New Section! An additional section (Section 4) of Chemistry 112, Principles of Chemistry 2, has been added. Lecture TTh 11-12:15; lab M 3:30 -5:20.
Posted: April 26, 2013
At 7 a.m. on Monday, April 29, WebAdvisor will be temporarily closed for course changes (you will still be able to view courses, however).
On Wednesday, May 1, WebAdvisor will re-open for Add/Drop for all students who are eligible to register. You can add any open, unrestricted course with open seats at that time. Please check for “signature” restrictions – faculty who want to give preference to students on their waiting lists will have added this restriction to their courses. To add a class that is restricted or full, you will need the instructor’s signature on an Add card to register. Add cards will be available in the Registrar’s Office on Wednesday morning. You can drop any Fall class on-line (i.e., you do not need to use a Drop card). WebAdvisor will remain open for course changes until 4 p.m. on Friday, June 28.
Please remember that preregistration is limited to 18 credits. You will be able to add additional classes when you return in the Fall. You will also be able to declare a course Credit/No Credit once the Fall semester begins.
Please contact the Registrar’s Office (firstname.lastname@example.org, 814-332-2357) if you have any questions about registering for Fall classes.
Posted: April 25, 2013
New Section! An additional section (Section 3) of Physics 110, Core Concepts in Physics I, has been added. Lecture TTh 9:30-10:45; lab T 1:30-4:20.
Time Change. CLC 191, Beginning Portuguese, will meet MWF 2:30-3:20 (previously MTWTH 2:30-3:20).
Cancellation. Section 3 of Environmental Science 110, Introduction to Environmental Studies, has been cancelled.
Cancellation. INTDS 490, Italy Past and Present, has been cancelled.
Posted: April 4, 2013
New Course! Art 190, Expressive Drawing: From DaVinci to Rauschenburg. Professor Prince, MW 10-11:50.
A thematic examination of the history of drawing and mark making from various cultural perspectives and traditions. We explore Old Master techniques, such as making paper, Silver Point drawing, creating inks from plant fibers, and fashioning drawing implements. Students work with traditional drawing tools, such as graphite and charcoal. We embrace avant-garde techniques, working with Transparent Base Drawing, Masked Water Soluble Drawing, Xerox Transfer, Watercolor Mono-print Drawing, and Pastel Rubbing Drawing. Students use mixed-media materials like watercolors, oil sticks, collage, and screen-printing to enhance the drawing experience. Our goal is to assist students in creating coherent bodies of work.
Posted: March 29, 2013
This Fall, the following courses are available in Arabic and Portuguese:
CLC 120, Beginning Arabic I, with Professor Hilal. MWF 3:30-4:20
An introduction to both spoken and written Modern Standard Arabic. Students learn the basic sound and writing systems of Arabic and are exposed to various aspects of Arab culture. Communication at an elementary level is achieved by study of language components including sounds, letters, grammar, and vocabulary. Four class meetings are held each week.
CLC 190, Intermediate Arabic, with Professor Hilal. MWF 2:30-3:20.
Continued study of Modern Standard Arabic, with emphasis on grammar and expansion of vocabulary, as well as current events and cultures of Arabic-speaking societies. Attention is given to reading, writing, listening comprehension, and speaking skills. Three 50-minute class meetings are held each week, plus an additional practicum hour (to be arranged) with an Arabic teaching fellow concentrating on speaking and interacting in Arabic. Prerequisites: CLC 120 and 220, or permission of the instructor.
CLC 191, Beginning Portuguese (instructor TBA). MTWTh 2:30-3:30.
An introduction to spoken Portuguese, basic grammar structures, and reading for comprehension, as well as to Lusophone cultures. Four class meetings are held each week. This class is not open to first-year students. Applications must be submitted to Karen Richter, the Director of the Center for Language and Culture.
Posted: March 29, 2013
New Course! CLC 190, Intermediate Arabic, MWF 2:30-3:20 with Professor Hilal.
New Course! CLC 181, Beginning Portuguese I, MTWTh 2:30-3:20, instructor TBA.
New Course! Religious Studies 190, Education and Religion in Cross-Cultural Perspective, MW 11-12:15 with Professor Asmi.
New Section! An additional section (Section 2) of DMS 114, Asian Martial Arts I, has been added M 5:45-7:15, T 5:45-6:30. This class requires a small additional fee and may be held a short distance off campus.
Course number/topic change. Economics 578, Topics in Economic Development, replaces Economics 587, Transformation of the Global Economy. The course time and instructor are unchanged (M 1:30-4:00 with Professor Liu).
Course number/name change. ENVSC 495, Ecosystems and Insect Pest Management, is now crosslisted as Bio/Envsc 370, Insect Ecology and the Environment. The course time and instructor are unchanged (TTh 11-12:15, lab Th 1:30-4:20, instructor Professor Choate).
Posted: March 28, 2013
New course! Economics 579, The Employment Relationship, TTh 11-12:15 with Professor Ormiston.
Time change. For Biology 220, Section 2, the recitation time has been changed from Thursday 11-12:15 to Thursday 8-9:15. (The lecture time has not been changed.)
Time change. For Chem 231, Section 1, the lab time has been changed from Thursday 9-11:50 to Thursday 8-10:50. (The lecture time has not been changed.)
Time change. For Chem 231, Section 6, the lab time has been changed from Tuesday 9-11:50 to Tuesday 8-10:50. (The lecture time has not been changed.)
Posted: March 26, 2013
Time change. Neuro 110 will meet MWF 1:30-2:20 (previously scheduled for MWF 9-9:50).
Posted: March 22, 2013
Preregistration for the Fall semester begins on April 8 for rising seniors. Please check your registration class and letter group, then see the posted Registration Schedule to find your time to register. Changes and updates to the Fall class schedule will be posted here on the main Registrar page. Please keep in mind that:
1. Your “registration class” may not be the same as the class you identify with – for example, you may be coming up on your third (junior) year at Allegheny but register as a senior if you are ahead on credits because of transfer courses, AP credit, etc. Please double-check your registration class in WebAdvisor to make sure you register at the earliest time possible.
2. You will need your advisor’s approval to register, so please schedule an appointment to meet with your advisor well before your scheduled registration date. If you are a double or student-designed major, both advisors must approve you to register.
3. Sophomores must declare a major and minor before registering. Please consult your advisor or the Registrar’s Office if you need help deciding on a major. Departments will also have information about their programs available on Gator Day (April 2) to help you with this process.
4. Preregistration is limited to 18 credits. You will have the opportunity to add additional classes when you return in the Fall.
If you have any questions about registering for Fall, please contact the Registrar’s Office at email@example.com