• Using DegreeWorks in Banner Web, review your progress toward completing the Common Curriculum and major/minor requirements. • Review course offerings in Banner . Consider balance between major/minor/Common Curriculum courses. Consider balance in courses that may require more/less focus Know what classes you NEED to take as well as those you WANT to take. Have a back-up plan in case your first-choice courses are unavailable at the time of registration. Familiarize yourself with course descriptions in the online academic catalog and/or in Banner Web’s course listing (by clicking on the CRN and then “view catalog copy”). • Meet with your primary faculty advisor Review your Common Curriculum and major/minor requirements in Degree Works Inquire about specific courses that may be recommended for the upcoming semester Review your first-choice and back-up classes. Receive your registration PIN number Consider sending PIN to yourself via e-mail so you find it if you wish to change your schedule later. • Register for courses at the appointed time, based on number of credits already completed. Be flexible if your first-choice classes are unavailable. Help maintain the small class sizes by limiting over-enrollment requests Seek assistance as appropriate.
grams or events will be completed or rescheduled. Refunds will be made to eligible students in accordance with College or University policy. CO-REQUISITES (COREQ) Co-requisites are courses that must be taken during the same semester. COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM 100-299 Lower Division undergraduate courses 300-399 Upper Division undergraduate courses 400-above Open to graduate students CREDITS EARNED AT OTHER COLLEGES Students may complete out-of-residence courses and transfer them to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University. The college at which the coursework is completed must be accredited by the appropriate regional accrediting agency at the time of enrollment. Courses to be transferred must be similar to courses offered for credit at the Saint Benedicts and Saint John's. Courses to be transferred must receive a minimum grade of C. Cred- its received for these courses are translated into semester credits according to the appropriate translation formula. Grades earned for transferred course- work are not calculated into the student's cumulative GPA. Before credit may be transferred, the Registrar's Office must receive an official transcript direct- ly from the college at which the courses were completed. With advance approval, students may apply these courses towards the com- mon curriculum and/or major requirements. Work taken to complete common curriculum requirements requires prior consultation with and approval of the Registrar's Office or the Academic Advising Office. Work taken to complete major requirements requires prior consultation and approval of the depart- ment chair. The department chair needs to approve an Academic Substitu- tion/Exemption Form.
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