Course registration opens July 11. Learn about the process for choosing classes
Incoming first-year students will register for courses online using the Student Information System (SIS) during the July 11–14 registration period.
The Office of Undergraduate Studies will provide you with many resources to help you prepare and will provide you with support every step of the way. You don’t need to worry about any of this at the moment—registration preparation will gear up next month—but below please find a brief overview of the process so you know what’s on the horizon:
Advice and Support
You can direct questions related to academics and registration to the dedicated summer registration email address email@example.com or call 216.368.2928.
Understanding the Process
The faculty member teaching your SAGES First Seminar will serve as your initial academic adviser when you arrive this fall until you officially declare a major. You will meet with your academic adviser during New Student Orientation to review your schedule and begin the process of getting to know one another.
You will have through the second week of classes to finalize your enrollments for the fall semester should you wish to make any changes.
Online Info Sessions and Registration Support Videos
When viewing these sessions live, you will have the opportunity to submit questions to be answered during the session. Sessions will be recorded, so you will have the opportunity to view them later and submit follow-up questions. There will also be informational videos available for viewing through the New Student Checklist featuring faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences, the Case School of Engineering, the Weatherhead School of Management and the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing that are targeted to students interested in specific groups of majors. These videos will provide helpful scheduling advice for any student interested in pursuing a major in these areas.
Undergraduate Studies staff are ready and waiting to assist you through this new and exciting venture, and help you get off to a great start to your academic career at CWRU.