Posted: October 17, 2014
Preregistration for the Spring, 2015, semester begins on Monday, November 3. 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: both advisors must approve you to register). The general registration order is: seniors, week of 11/3; juniors, week of 11/10; sophomores, week of 11/17; first-years, week of 12/1. Within each class, the letter group order for Spring preregistration is: D, C, F, E, H, G, A, B (please note that the order when you register next next Fall will be: B, A, D, C, F, E, H, G).
Preregistration is limited to a maximum of 18 credits. You may add additional credits once the Spring semester begins.
SENIORS: if you plan to participate in the May Commencement ceremony, you MUST be registered to complete all remaining graduation requirements by the Spring Add deadline (January 26).
Posted: September 25, 2014
The last day to drop a Fall class is Monday, September 29. Drop cards must be signed by the instructor and turned in to the Registrar’s Office by 5 PM on 9/29. Late cards will not be accepted.
Posted: September 4, 2014
The last day to Add a course for Fall, 2014, is Monday, September 8. Add cards must be signed by the instructor and turned in to the Registrar’s Office by 5 PM on Monday 9/8. Late cards will not be accepted.
You may drop courses on-line until 5 PM on Monday 9/8. After then, you may drop until 5 PM on September 29 by using a Drop card.
Posted: September 4, 2014
The last day to declare a Fall, 2014, course Credit/No Credit is Monday, September 8. CR/NC cards must be signed by your advisor and turned in to the Registrar’s Office by 5 PM on Monday 9/8. Late cards will not be accepted.
Posted: August 26, 2014
Space is still available in CLC 191 Beginning Portuguese I. Interested students should contact Professor Karen Richter for more information.
Posted: August 22, 2014
Cards to declare a Fall course Credit/No Credit will be available on Monday, August 25, and must be signed by your advisor and returned to the Registrar’s Office by 5 p.m. on Monday, September 8.
Please keep the following information in mind when deciding whether to take a class Credit/No Credit:
- No more than four credits may be taken Credit/No Credit in a given semester
- No more than sixteen credits total towards an Allegheny degree may be taken Credit/No Credit
- Specific programs may have limits on the number and type of courses that may be taken Credit/No Credit towards a major or minor. Check with the department chair before electing to take a class in your major or minor Credit/No Credit.
Posted: August 22, 2014
Preregistration for Fall, 2014 is now closed. Adding any class to your Fall schedule now requires an Add card. Add cards will be available in the Registrar’s Office on Monday, August 25, and faculty will be available in their offices on Monday afternoon from 1-3 PM to sign cards if space is available in their classes. Please note that Add and Signature cards from last Spring are no longer valid - you must use a Fall Add card to add classes at this time.
Signed Add cards must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office by 5 p.m. on Monday, September 8. Late cards will not be accepted. You may register for up to 20 credits without special permission; taking more than 20 credits requires Overload Approval.
WebAdvisor will be open for drops only from August 25 through 5 PM on September 8; after that date, Drops will require a Drop card.
Please contact the Registrar’s Office (firstname.lastname@example.org, 814-332-2357) if you have questions or difficulties with Fall registration.
Posted: August 19, 2014
CANCELLATION. Section 4 of English 200 Reading Literature has been cancelled. Space is still available in other sections of English 200 for students who need this class.
Posted: August 18, 2014
CANCELLATION. Political Science 190 Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa has been cancelled.
CANCELLATION. Religious Studies 147 Judaism has been cancelled.
Posted: August 13, 2014
New Course! Global Health Studies (GHS) 490, Applied Toxicology, will meet MW 11-12:15. Instructor: S. Adkins.
Course description: A study of the current challenges facing the field of toxicology. Toxicology relies on understanding how the dose of a chemical can impact the response in living organisms. Using the primary literature in toxicological case studies, students examine novel health outcomes, such as reproductive, developmental, neurological, and immunological endpoints. In addition, students learn about atypical doses at which some chemicals may operate, critical windows of developmental exposure, and the fetal origins of some adult diseases. Our study stresses the complexity of real-world exposures, such as antagonistic or synergistic effects from exposure to multiple contaminants and the variability in individual susceptibility. Prerequisites: Junior/senior standing, and at least one Biology course numbered BIO 220 or above or one Chemistry course numbered CHEM 110 or above.