Registration for Courses (Process)
(Saint Anselm College, Student Handbook and Planner, P. 128)
The registration process for approaching semester's courses involves two stages:
- Students discuss course selection with an assigned advisor in the department of their major subject or with the college's academic advisor. Upon completion of this selection process, formalized by the advisor's signature on the registration form
- Students confirm their registration on line using the campus information system.
(Saint Anselm College Academic Catalogue P. 24)
All students must register at the times indicated in the college calendar. Those who fail to register on the appointed dates will be charged a fee for late registration. Students may register for no more than five courses in any one semester. Five courses per semester for eight semesters (a total of forty semester courses) are required for the baccalaureate degree and constitute the normal student course load.
Academic work undertaken at other accredited collegiate institutions subsequent to enrollment at Saint Anselm must have the prior written approval of the dean of the college or of the registrar. Credit will be granted only for those courses, which have been approved by the registrar, and for which a grade of "C" or better is earned.
Students who complete fewer than five courses per semester will be required to supplement their work by attendance at summer school or additional semester sessions. Unless otherwise indicated, each course is scheduled to meet the equivalent of three 50 minute class "hours" per week.