A message concerning Fall 2020 course schedules and registration has been issued by Charles L. Robbins, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, and Diane Bello, University Registrar. The message reads as follows:
As you are aware the University has been working on changes to the schedule of classes for the Fall 2020 semester to enable the safe return to campus for students, faculty and staff. The Registrar’s Office has made the updates based on input from the University’s Colleges, Schools and Academic Leadership. The updated fall schedule will be available on Friday, July 10th for you to view.
It is important that you review your current course schedule on SOLAR and adjust your enrollment to avoid any course conflicts that may have been created by the scheduling updates. You have been assigned an Enrollment Appointment, based upon your academic level and credits earned, that will allow you to make adjustments to your fall schedule. Enrollment Appointments begin starting on Monday, July 13th.
Please make note of the following:
- Courses are now offered in the following formats: In Person, Online Synchronous (online real time) and Online Asynchronous (online on demand). Some courses are considered Hybrid combining elements of all three formats.
- Courses that indicate Online Asynchronous may have day/times indicated. This is to assist with the final exam scheduling process. Exams for these courses will take place during finals week. The updated final exam schedule can be found on the Registrar’s Website.
- Instruction mode formats for your classes, as well as course conflicts, can be viewed on SOLAR under My Weekly Schedule or My Class Schedule Weekly Grid.
- Courses that appear under the heading of “Meeting Information not available” are fully online asynchronous courses.
- Please check your waitlisted courses for conflicts as well. Waitlist Processing will begin again on Thursday, July 16th.
If you have any questions, please contact Office of the Registrar. We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding during this important transition and look forward to your return!