We are now three days away from Registration. We hope you've taken advantage of the shopping cart this week. If not, you still have a couple of days to do so before your Enrollment Appointment opens on Monday, August 3.
Here are a few tips and reminders about registration.
1. Registration is a process, not an event. Because registration is not a onetime deal your schedule will most likely change many times before you lock in on your final courses by the end of Add/Drop/Swap (September 2). Many courses that look closed now, may open up during this period, so don't panic if a course you are interested in now is closed.
2. During your first enrollment appointment you will be able to enroll in up to 8 hours. This should be 2 academic courses, and should not include HLTH 100 or PACE 101. We recommend you wait until your second enrollment appointment for these courses because you will select sections based on your other academic courses.
3. Your first enrollment appointment is open until 12pm on August 14. If you can't immediately enroll because you have commitments or no access to the internet on August 3, you have 11 days to enroll. If you will not have ANY internet access during the entire first enrollment period, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will work with you.
4. If you are unsure about how to enroll (e.g. how to use OPUS) please watch the demo from our most recent webinar on the Orientation website by clicking the link below.
With Registration getting underway, we will be hosting two live webinar chat sessions to answer any questions that you may have during the Registration process. These will take place on Monday, August 3rd at 7pm EST and on Thursday, August 6th at 3pm EST. We'll send log-in details for these live chat sessions on the day the session occurs.
For students who would like a one-on-one advising appointment, our team still has availabilities into mid-August. You can use the link below to access the "How To" schedule an appointment guide. Be sure to select "First Year Summer Advising/Phone" or "First Year Summer Advising/Skype" as your appointment type (Step 3b on the How To).
Welcome Class of 2019! During your first few days of Orientation, you will participate in a great program called Creating Emory to discuss integrity, diversity, inclusion, sexual violence awareness and prevention on Emory's campus. The program focuses on "creating" the Emory community. In order to personalize the program to your class, we need your help! Please tell us a little about yourself by following the link and showing us who you are.