Prior to the Spring 2014 registration period, students are reminded to check each item on the To-Do List below. Each task represents an important step in preparation to register for next semester. The Registrar’s Office sends an email to all students reminding them of their responsibilities in the week prior to the registration period.
Review the Registration Instructions
The Registrar’s Office encourages students to review this page in its entirety before each registration period. There are many important dates and deadlines to which students must adhere throughout the registration process, including the dates when students must meet with their advisor and when they may begin to register.
Check the Academic Calendar
Review the Academic Calendar page to verify the start and end dates for the next semester, as well as other important dates related to the current semester.
Check your Washington College Email Account
All students will receive an automated registration priority email on the Monday of their advising week. This email will communicate the exact time on Friday when each student may begin to register on WebAdvisor. Additionally, it is important that each student check his or her WC email regularly since the Registrar’s Office sends all official messages related to class cancellations or waitlist registrations to this address.
Confirm that you have no holds or restrictions
Only students with no account holds or restrictions may register during their priority weekend. Students may confirm whether they have any holds by clicking on the “Registration Status and Time” link beneath the Registration heading on WebAdvisor. This is the same link where students can verify their registration priority start and end date & time.
Check your Degree Completion Audit
Students who are unclear about their class level and don’t know when to make an advising appointment should click on the Degree Completion Audit link on WebAdvisor. This link can be found under the Academic Profile heading. The current academic class is listed in the header information. While there, students are encouraged to make note of their current faculty advisor(s), their listed major(s) and/or minor(s), their home address and especially encouraged to take a look at the progress toward satisfying distribution and other graduation requirements. If any of this information seems incorrect, please email email@example.com.
The Registrar’s Office will accept major/minor declaration forms until October 9, 2013. Students must submit their completed form by this deadline to receive an updated advisor assignment before their advising period begins. Students who miss this deadline must meet with their current academic advisor; the Registrar’s Office will process the completed form beginning in November.
Planning to graduate in May 2014?
Seniors! The Registrar’s Office previously sent a graduation memo to all rising seniors before Fall 2013 registration began. If you haven’t already done so, you must apply to graduate by October 15, 2013. Receipt of your graduation application will trigger a series of automatic degree completion audits. Beginning in early November, applicants to graduate will receive subsequent memos letting you know of any outstanding College-wide graduation requirements. Download the Graduation Checklist for a list of all student responsibilities leading up to Commencement 2014.