Spring 2023 Registration Information
Spring 2023 registration information is now available!
REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2023:
Seniors – Friday, November 4th
Juniors – Monday, November 7th
Sophomores – Tuesday, November 8th
First-Year – Wednesday, November 9th
Make-up day, if needed – Thursday, November 10th
Your registration day & time is on your registration planner! You will not be able to register before your assigned day & time. You will receive the following emails:
- Registration information email. Includes lots of information regarding what to do to prepare for registration
- Program of study – you will receive a separate email if you have a double major and/or minor(s)
- Registration planner – the planner is where you need to write out the classes you intend to take in spring. It has your registration day & time, and advisor.
Registration will take place online! You will receive more detailed instructions the week before registration which will include the link to log into registration. Online registration will only be open November 4, 7-10th 11:00am – 12:30pm. It is not open between registration sessions. After November 10th, registration will be in person in the Registrar’s office.
In person assistance will be available during the registration sessions in room 225.
More Helpful information:
How to read your Program of Study Link to Program of Study Videos – how to read your program of study & program of study for each major by class.
UPDATED COURSE INFORMATION / CHANGES
DS307T: Animation: Adv. Projects was MW 3:15-5:45 is NOW: MW 8:30-11:00am
WRTG400E: Making Paper & Writing Text: Sustainable Practice – was TH 3:15-5:45 is NOW: F 9:00-2:00pm
NSP207G: Printmaking Methods – updated course description:
This introductory course will cover a wide range of printmaking processes including screenprinting, relief printing, and stone lithography. Students will be acquainted with proper usage of tools, presses and materials. A wide range of visual concepts that pertain to particular characteristics of different printmaking techniques will be addressed. Students will be encouraged to discover their personal voice while learning the principles of printmaking.
DS307G: Instrument Design – Acoustic Guitar Building was TTH 8:30-11:00 is NOW: F 8:30-2:00
DS307C: Making Paper & Writing Text – updated course description:
Making paper: there is a process. Writing: there is a process. Within each process, there are infinite possibilities and multiple truths. In this course, students will make handmade paper and transform that paper into objects to house their writing. We will consider the idea of sustainable practice: Eco is from the Greek root, Ecos, derived from “Oikos,” meaning “house or household. Our house here will be the whole global ecology. Students will learn the basics of (sustainable) papermaking, and conduct experiments and collaborations (both in the studio and writing practice of the course) that will direct attention to our surroundings, especially “nature.” Students will study and write poetry and/or prose. We will read a wide range of authors, such as Thoreau, Annie Dillard, Orpingalik the Intuit songster to Rachel Carson and Mba Shole, Monica Lewis Patrick, Wendell Berry, Robin Wall Kimmerer, Xiuhtezcatl Tonatiuh Martinez, and Barbara Kingsolver. We will try to discover and invent new ways of representing nature’s rich variety in language.
DS307W: Interdisciplinary Furniture Studio II TH 12:30-3:00; Pergl – applies towards furniture minor Prerequisites: Adv. 3D lab certification, Furniture Studio I, or instructor permission.
none at this time
Fall 2022 Academic Calendar:
August 22 – Fall classes begin
August 26 – Open enrollment ends at 2:00pm
September 5 – Labor Day Holiday – no classes
October 10 – 11 – Fall break – no classes
October 28 – Last day to withdraw from fall classes (by 2:00pm)
November 23 – 25 – Thanksgiving break – no classes
December 9 – End of fall classes
Spring 2023 Academic Calendar:
January 9 – Spring classes begin
January 13 – Open enrollment ends at 2:00pm
January 16 – Martin Luther King jr. Day – no classes
March 6 – 10 – Spring break – no classes
March 17 – Last day to withdraw from spring classes (by 2:00pm)
April 28 – End of spring classes
May 6 – Graduation Ceremony
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