Course Registration Assignment
Due in class on November 2nd - 15 Points Possible
This is an extremely important assignment which serves two very important purposes. First, it will prepare
you to register for classes in an efficient and timely manner. Secondly, it will help you map out a plan of
action toward completing your major and assist you in satisfying the Liberal Studies and other graduation
There are three parts to this assignment with each part being worth 5 points. Part 1 involves completing a
course schedule grid of “first choice” winter 2012 semester classes. Part 2 requires the completion of a back
up or “second choice” schedule of classes on the reverse side of the same grid. Part 3 points are earned by
updating your degree audit or completing a new one.
Points earned will be added to the 50 participation points possible toward your final semester grade. The
assignment does not have to be typed; hand -written work is acceptable. When turning in the two page
assignment, the first page must be your degree audit with the schedule grid stapled to it.
Part 1 – First Choice Schedule Grid – 5 points
When completing your grid, be sure to list the class titles, section numbers and 5-digit Course Registration
Numbers (CRN). Example: Intro Sociology – SO101-01 – 10638.
If you register for a class with a lab, you must register for both the Lecture and Lab sessions…using the CRNs
for both sections (it’s like signing up for 2 classes). Example: Psych As Lab Nat Sci. – PY100L-01 – 10595 (LEC)
AND PY100L-06 – 10596 (LAB). Everyone attends the same lecture with multiple labs offered. Select the
lecture and any one of the labs.
Part 2 – Second Choice Schedule Grid (reverse side of Grid) – 5 points
Repeat the process from Part 1 as a backup plan. This may be used if your desired classes are unavailable at
Part 3 – Update or Complete a Degree Audit – 5 points
Using either your 1st semester audit, an undeclared blank one or one from the website advising sheets, fill in
all classes taken during the fall 2011 semester, transferred credits if applicable and classes you intend taking
during the winter 2012 semester. Be sure to list courses in the proper divisions or categories on your audit