2005-2007 Academic Catalog
You will register online for classes during assigned registration periods prior to the beginning of each term. All first-year and sophomore students in the Day Program on the St. Paul campus, and all students enrolled in an undergraduate program on the Minneapolis camps are required to meet with their advisor prior to registering for classes. All other students are strongly encouraged to consult their academic advisor for assistance in planning their registration (see Academic Advising section of this catalog). Baccalaureate Day students who wish to register for more than 18 credits in one term must obtain written approval from their advisor. A late fee may be charged if you register after the registration deadline. This fee does not apply to changes in registration.
You must adhere to all prerequisite and corequisite requirements, unless the requirement has been waived by the department chair or program director. Definitions:
- Prerequisite: must be taken prior to the upper-level course
- Prerequisite with concurrency: may be taken prior to OR at the same time as the accompanying course
- Corequisite: must be taken the same term as the accompanying course
- Recommended: not required, but may better prepare the student for the upper-level course
Prerequisites, corequisites and other registration restrictions are listed at the end of every course description in this catalog.
You are cautioned to attend the first class session of each course for which you register, as instructors are free to reassign spaces to students when there are unexcused absences.
Registration procedures and policies are available on the College’s Web site.
CHANGES IN REGISTRATION
You may add or drop courses via the Web until published deadlines. After the deadline, you may add (instructor permission required) or drop courses at the Registrar's Office.
The term calendar contains the deadline for dropping a course without notation on the transcript. Courses dropped between this date and the last day to withdraw result in a W (Withdrawal) notation on the transcript. Courses dropped after the last day to withdraw automatically receive a grade of F. You are financially responsible for every course for which you register; the amount of tuition refunded for a dropped course is established by deadlines found in the Summary of Financial Procedures distributed by the Student Accounts Office. You are expected to read this publication and adhere to published deadlines.
REGISTRATION AT OTHER COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
Students working toward a degree at the College of St. Catherine and planning to register for courses at other colleges and universities must receive prior written approval from the Registrar's Office in order to transfer that course work to their St. Catherine's academic program. The Request for Transfer Course Pre-Approval form is available online.
This page was created on 06/03/2005 and last updated on 05/15/2007.
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