2 Most students take 5 courses per semester. This equals credits. You are allowed to take 18 credits, but you will be charged for one additional credit. Choose at least two courses to fulfill requirements in your major or in those majors you are considering. Choose two or three courses to fulfill university or college requirements. You may also choose to add an elective or a minor requirement instead of a third university or college requirement.
3 I am registered for: Course Instructor(s) Credit Hours Grade Option ENGL Wessel,Jane Daisy CRITICAL READING & WRITING 3 Credit Hours Standard Grading Day Time T R LEC 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM GOR318 ITAL ITALIAN III- INTERMEDIATE MATH PRE-CALCULUS PSYC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIV101049D FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE I Saggese,Riccarda Schwarzkopf,Patricia A Cleary Cohen,Lawrence H Ermann,M David 4 Credit Hours Standard Grading 3 Credit Hours Standard Grading 3 Credit Hours Standard Grading 1 Credit Hours Pass/Not Pass M W T R M W F W LEC 1:25 PM - 2:15 PM WHL208 LEC 3:30 PM - 4:20 PM EWG203 LEC 11:15 AM - 12:05 PM PRN228 LEC 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM SEE NOTE T R LEC 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM WLF100 W F DIS 9:05 AM - 9:55 AM CLB109
4 Registration times vary. Log into your UDSIS account and look on the right side under Enrollment Dates. Write out your schedule of courses in advance by using Courses Search to select your times and professor. Log into UDSIS on your assigned date and time and add the courses by clicking on Registration & Drop/Add or My Class Schedule. Enrollment Dates Open Enroll ment D ates Open Enrollment Dates
5 Take the Registration Tutorial on the UD Registrar s page. Refer to the Registration Instructions on the UST homepage. You may also contact the Registrar at for help with registration. For help in choosing classes, you should contact your advisor to set up an appointment.
6 Be sure to check pre-requisites and co-requisites for all of your courses. Some courses may be restricted to majors/minors only (class restrictions). Advisors generally cannot override class restrictions or seat restrictions. Add another course when registering and then attempt to add the restricted course at a later time.
7 Try every section. Even if the time slot is not what you wanted, you should attempt to add it. Some courses will restrict certain sections to majors only, but will open up other sections to everyone. Some departments will open remaining seats up in closed classes to all students right before the start of the semester. You might be able to be added into a closed or restricted course at the start of the semester by completing the Course Permit Form online in UDSIS.
8 Standard Grading: Most courses are offered as standard grading. You will receive a grade from an F to an A. Pass/fail courses: Pass/fail courses can count toward electives only. Generally only 2 credits of BHAN120 can count toward your graduation requirements. Listener/Audit: You may choose to take a course as a listener for 0 credit. You will be expected to attend the course, but will not be responsible for homework or exams.
9 Retaking a course you previously failed or did poorly in does not replace the original grade. Both grades will be shown on the transcript. Both grades will be factored into your GPA. You will only receive credit for the course once.
10 Lab and discussion sections are generally linked to specific lectures. The typical pattern is 020Ls paired with section 010 lectures, 030Ls paired with 011 lectures, etc. Sections 050s typically meet in the evening. Sections 080s are honors sections. Students must be in the Honors Program or must have permission to enroll. Section 440 is reserved for Continuing Education students, but some seats might be available for traditional students. It meets on Main Campus.
11 Make certain you are choosing sections that meet on the main campus. Do not choose sections 310, 510, 710. They are for Associate in Arts students only. Section 410 is reserved for Continuing Education students. It meets in Wilmington. Online sections (194, 195) also have restrictions. Discuss online options with an advisor or go to the UD Online Distance Learning page for eligibility requirements.
12 Choose courses that count in more than one category to free up more room for electives (e.g. WOMS201 can count as a multi-cultural course, a university breadth requirement, and in many cases a college breadth requirement). You will often hear students refer to this as double counting. Make sure you have lots of alternates when planning your schedule. It is important that you register for at least 12 credits to maintain fulltime status. Do not panic if the class or sections you want are filled. You will have plenty of time to make changes before the end of drop/add. Always discuss your final schedule with your advisor.
13 Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. Alexander Graham Bell
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