Fall 2018 Course Registration at SCSU

Fall 2018 Course Registration at SCSU

It is that time of the academic year for students to register for their next semester list of courses.

Students should contact their adviser as soon as possible in order to select the right courses and receive the required “pin number” which allows them to register.

How do they find an adviser?

  • Returning students with declared majors are advised by their assigned departmental advisers. Students must contact the department of their chosen major to find out who their academic adviser is.
  • Returning undeclared students are advised through the Academic Advisement Center, located in the Wintergreen Building on Wintergreen Avenue.
  • Students who are interested in the Interdisciplinary Studies Program are advised through the Academic Advisement Center.
  • Non-Matriculated students may seek advisement through the Academic Advisement Center.

For further information about finding an adviser, please have your student to call the Academic Advisement Center at (203) 392-5367 or visit www.southernct.edu/student-life/academic-success/academic-advisement/advisers.html.

Please remind your student that the Fall 2018 registration start dates are:

Monday, April 2, 2018: Matriculated graduate students

Tuesday, April 3, 2018: Senior-year status registration begins

Monday, April 9, 2018: Junior-year status and non-matriculated graduates

Wednesday, April 11, 2018: Sophomore–year status registration begins

Monday, April 16, 2018: First-year status registration begins

Monday, August 6, 2018: Non-matriculated undergraduates

The sooner students register (according to their status start dates), the better choices of classes they have!

The SCSU Division of Student Affairs is thoroughly committed to helping your students succeed, but often a reminder from those of you supporting students from home can make all the difference!

 

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