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Friday, November 5, 2021

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Posted: Friday, November 5, 2021

Registrar's Office: J-Term/Spring 2022 Registration

Registration for J-Term and spring 2022 for continuing students is Wednesday, November 3–Monday, November 15.

In Banner self-service, students can now view their registration start date or time ticket under "Registration Status." For continuing undergraduate freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors, the registration start date is based on earned credit hours only. Do not count "in progress" credit hours the student is taking for fall 2021.

Continuing students registered for fall 2021 are expected to register for spring 2022 during the registration start dates from November 3 to 15 or within two weeks thereafter. Students should be encouraged to register early to secure their desired schedule. Registration begins at 6:00 a.m. on the assigned date and is then continuous.

Students should meet with an adviser in their major to review what courses they should take to stay on track for graduation. Department contact information can be found online. All undergraduates are encouraged to register for at least 15 credit hours each semester to assist them with graduating in four years.

Search for January/Spring 2022 courses. Students can see course listings by searching directly in Banner under "Look Up Classes."

Composition courses "College Writing I" and "College Writing II" are listed as CWP 101 and CWP 102 respectively. To find them in Banner, go to "Look Up Classes" and under "Subject" select "College Writing Program."

Students are always strongly encouraged to view their records for any holds. Holds should be resolved at least two working days before they intend to register. Additional hold information is available on the Registrar's Office website.

Students are strongly encouraged to use Schedule Planner. It's an easy to use online tool that makes schedule planning and registration easier.

Review the Registrar's Office web page Registration Toolkit for additional information.

Submitted by: Cynthia M. Fasla
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