Due July 1
This questionnaire is designed to guide you in thinking about your goals and interests as you begin to plan your St. Olaf education.
Due August 1
Placement exams are offered in French, German, Spanish, chemistry, computer science, and mathematics. New students should review placement information on the Destination site to complete all applicable placement processes before arriving on campus for Week One orientation.
Friday, July 22 – Monday, July 25, 2016.
As part of St. Olaf College’s General Education curriculum, students must complete two courses during the first year of enrollment. These courses are Religion 121 (Bible, Culture, and Community) and Writing 111 (First-Year Writing).
Students exempted from having to register for Religion 121 and Writing 111 (course descriptions available in June, 2016):
- Great Conversation students (Great Con satisfies BTS-B GE in Interim and FYW GE in spring semester). Students accepted into Great Con will automatically be registered into a section of GCON 113 for fall semester.
- American Conversations students (American Con 102 satisfies FYW GE in spring semester). Students accepted to American Con will take Religion 121 in either fall or spring semester. Students will be notified prior to course submission period if they are required to submit Religion course choices or wait until spring semester registration period in November.
- Environmental Conversations students will be automatically registered to take either Religion 121 or Writing 111 specific to the study of environmental studies in fall semester. You will take the other course in spring semester.
- International degree-seeking students will be taking writing placement on Saturday, Sept 3. After writing placement results are available, registration for either Religion 121 or Writing 111 will be done.
- International exchange students (students studying one year or less at St. Olaf) are not required to take Religion 121 or Writing 111
Contact Cheryl LaCroix with question.