January 16th 2018
Add/Drop/CR-NC Deadline is Monday 29 January at 4:00 pm
Monday, January 29 at 4:00 p.m. is the deadline to add a class, drop a class, or declare a course Credit/No Credit for the Spring semester. Add cards and Credit/No Credit cards must be turned in to the Registrar’s Office by 4:00 p.m. on 1/29. Drops must be completed on-line via WebAdvisor by 4:00 p.m. on 1/29.
Adding a class requires the instructor’s signature, and declaring a class Credit/No Credit requires the advisor’s signature. Students are reminded that faculty schedules vary, so any needed signatures should be obtained as soon as possible. Students who miss the deadline will NOT be able to change their schedules.
Seniors: Check your Senior Project Registration!!
Please see here for directions on how to register for a “double” senior project. If a student is writing a combined comp, they need to make sure their registration is for “DOUBL HIST/MATH 600″ or “DOUBL CMPSC/COMM 610,” as the case may be. If a student is writing two separate comps, this does not apply; they will need to register as per the rules of their two majors.
If you are facing a situation where your major departments have different registration requirements for senior projects, PLEASE CONSULT YOUR ADVISORS BEFORE YOU REGISTER!! So, for example, one program requires a two semester comp and the other doesn’t; or one program requires a 2 credit 600 and the other a 4 credit 600. If you are uncertain, you can find that information in the Academic Bulletin for the year you first came to Allegheny.
Seniors: will you graduate?
Have you checked your Degree Audit? Do you see this under the “Program Summary” section?
If you do not see this on your Degree Audit, please consult with your academic advisor BEFORE THE SPRING ADD DEADLINE, which is Monday, January 29 at 4:00 pm.
January 5th 2018
WebAdvisor will close for Adds on Friday 12 January — use Add Cards
WebAdvisor will remain open for course adjustments until 4:00 pm on Friday 12 January. It will be closed over the weekend and will re-open on Tuesday 16 January. After that time, the addition of ANY class requires the instructor’s permission. Add cards are available in the Registrar’s Office and must be returned to the Registrar’s Office by 4:00 p.m. on Monday 29 January. Late cards will not be accepted.
You may Drop courses on-line via WebAdvisor until the Drop deadline, which is 4:00 p.m. on Monday 29 January.
Course Overload Forms Available Monday 15 January
Taking more than 20 credits in a semester requires the permission of your academic advisor; taking more than 21 credits requires the permission of the Registrar. Each overload form must be accompanied by a brief statement explaining why you are seeking this overload.
Please see the Overload Approval page for details and to download the Overload Approval Form.
December 20th 2017
If you need a transcript that includes Fall 2017 grades and you are making the request BEFORE Tuesday 2 January, 2018, make sure to select “Hold for Current Semester Grades” when ordering. If you do not, you may need to order a second transcript.
Seniors graduating in January 2018 should select “Hold for Current Semester Grades & Degree Posted” to make sure their degree is listed on the transcript. Degrees should be posted by January 19, 2018. If you do not, you may need to order a second transcript.
Allegheny College will be closed for the winter break between December 23, 2017 and January 2, 2018. Transcript orders that require special handling may be delayed during that time.
December 18th 2017
Please see this Google spreadsheet for a listing of Spring 2018 courses with at least 5 open seats as of 3:00 pm on 12/18/2017.
You will need to be logged in with an allegheny.edu address in order to be able to view this document. This document has multiple tabs.
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.
December 8th 2017
Allegheny College’s transcript ordering service will be unavailable between Friday 8 December and Tuesday 12 December.
This is so that we can switch service providers. Transcript service will reopen on Tuesday 12 December using TranscriptsPlus from Credentials Solutions. All students with current transcript requests will either have the request processed as requested or else will be contacted about how to re-order.
Once the new service is available, you will be able to access it either via the “Order Transcript” link in your WebAdvisor account or via this link (http://sites.allegheny.edu/registrar/transcript-requests/).
For all questions or concerns about transcript orders, please email the Office of the Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call 814-332-2357.
Unfortunately, we were not able to restore transcript service on Tuesday 12 December. We apologize for the inconvenience. We expect that service will resume on Wednesday 13 December.
December 1st 2017
Seniors should ensure they are registered for the courses they need to graduate!!
Please review your Degree Audit, consult with your academic advisor(s), or contact the Office of the Registrar (email@example.com, 814-332-2357). You have until 4:00 pm on Monday 29 January 2018 to adjust your schedule.
December 1st 2017
On Monday 11 December, WebAdvisor will be temporarily closed while we make final adjustments to the Spring schedule. You will still be able to log on to see your schedule.
WebAdvisor will re-open on Tuesday 12 December.
Add cards will also be available on 12 December. Please use Add cards to register (if the instructor grants permission) for:
- courses that are full
- courses that have restrictions you do not meet (e.g., FR/SO only)
- courses that require the instructor’s signature (in “Search for Sections” in WebAdvisor, these courses are designated “Yes” in the “Sign Req” column).
Students may register for up to 20 credits at this time. Starting in January, students will be able to register for an “overload” (21 credits or more). Overload forms will be available at the beginning of the Spring 2018 semester in January. Credit/No Credit cards will be available at the same time.
Please note that an Add card does not override a general registration hold (e.g., no advisor approval or a financial hold). If you are unable to register and you know that your advisor has approved you, you may have some sort of billing hold. You can review your balance through the TMS Student Account Center link on your WebAdvisor or by calling Financial Services at 332-2360.
You can continue to add unrestricted courses that have open seats online, and you can also drop any course online.
Please contact the Registrar’s Office (firstname.lastname@example.org, 814-332-2357) if you have questions about registering for Spring.
November 20th 2017
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.
November 20th 2017
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.