Registration for Winter 2014 will begin on November 25 and end on December 11, 2013


By Tim Webb
Oct 31, 2013 Bookmark and Share

Note: Registration Appointment Times are issued according to the number of credits you have completed towards graduation.  Students are assigned a range of dates based on the number of credits they have, but within that range of dates, times are generated randomly.  Also your Registration Appointment Time is not an individual meeting with your Academic Advisor.

 

Winter 2014 Registration timeline:


  1. November 1: LSA Course Guide goes live (for Winter, Spring, and
    Summer 2014). Use it to start browsing courses.

    http://www.lsa.umich.edu/cg/
  2. November 13: Backpacking in Wolverine Access goes live, which
    means two things:
    1. you can start placing courses in your backpack, and
    2. you can see your specific “registration appointment" under Student Business.

    What is your “registration appointment”? The earliest time you can
    register for Winter 2014 classes (you will be able to register for
    spring/summer courses in April when you register for Fall 2014
    courses). It is NOT an actual in-person appointment with your advisor.
    You will be able to register online from any computer.
  3. Beginning November 25: Registration begins, starting with
    seniors. It will continue through the first two weeks of December.
    Registration appointments are based on a student’s total number of
    credits. First-year student appointments will be in mid December.
  4. In the meantime: October is a great time to talk with your
    advisor about changing plans or new ideas for exploration. Make an
    appointment by calling (734) 764-0332 or stopping by 1255 Angell Hall. Otherwise,
    first-year students are encouraged to see an advisor in early December
    before their registration times. Because registration is an extremely
    busy time, if you know you’d like a more in-depth discussion with your
    advisor, we strongly recommend you schedule an October appointment as
    well.

For a review of LSA degree requirements, scroll through this short presentation:

Or watch this short video:

To review your progress towards graduation, click on MyLSAAuditChecklist

 

For a list of majors/minors and their requirements, see this list:

As always, you're more than welcome to contact our office for
assistance and advising. Just call (734)764-0332.


Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center