Preregistration Procedures Fall Semester, 2014-2015

Preregistration Announcement to Students and Faculty,  3/3/2014

  • The preregistration period will be FRIDAY, APRIL 4 – TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2014. There will be no preregistrations accepted before these dates.
  • Unless otherwise stated by the department or program, below, the deadline for completing the procedure for preregistration through the department/program is NO LATER THAN 5:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2014.
  • Absolutely no additional preregistrations will be accepted once the course submission period for registration has opened on Friday, April 11, 2014.  Please be aware of the deadline dates listed and submit your request for preregistration in a timely manner to individual departments.
  • Please note that in signing up with departments and programs to preregister for a course, the preregistered course becomes your first course choice in all course schedules you submit into the SIS registration system. Think carefully whether your priority is to have your preregistered course as #1 or if an alternate course is higher priority for you.

Students must supply full name and student ID number to the department / program for which they want to preregister courses with.

  • ALL students should review the preregistration course list carefully. Several departments are offering an opportunity to preregister for specific declared majors. Follow the department’s / program’s procedure for preregistration.
  • If there is a hold on your registration, preregistration is not guaranteed. It is the student’s responsibility to clear all holds no later than Thursday, April 10 at noon before the course submission period for registration opens on Friday,April 11, 2014.  The due date for all fall semester balances is Thursday, March 13, 2014.

Preregistration Google Document due by 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, April 9, 2014..   Contact Nanette Schroeder with questions, at schroede@stolaf.edu or call x3292

ASIAN CONVERSATIONS ASIAN STUDIES BIOLOGY
 ECONOMICS  ENGLISH EXERCISE SCIENCE (see BIO)
HISTORY PHILOSOPHY SCIENCE CONVERSATIONS
SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION
(see HIST & SOAN)
SOCIAL WORK
(see
BIO & SOAN)
 SOCIOLOGY / ANTHROPOLOGY
 THEATER   Women’s and Gender Studies

 

Dept./Program Course No. and Section Criteria Students must meet in order to preregister: Department’s/Program’s procedure for pre-registration:
Asian Studies (Asian Conversations) 210
AsianCon 1: Mapping Journeys
Acceptance from program director. Successful application to Asian Conversations.
Asian Studies 230
Philosophy of Anime
Students must enroll in the FLAC component of the course. Meet with William Bridges to approve their enrollment in FLAC.
Asian Studies 230F
FLC – Japanese .25 credit
Approval of William Bridges based on students Japanese language ability.    Back to top
Biology 123 & A, B, C labs
Human Biology
  • Declared Social Work major
  • Class year 2016 or 2017
SOCIAL WORK students contact Deb Clark at clarkd@stolaf.edu with name, ID number and section choice. 
Biology 143 & A, B, C labs
Human Anatomy and Physiology: Cells and Tissues
  • Declared NURSING major.
    Starting nursing fall of following year
    Has not previously earned a “C” grade or better in BIO 125
  • Declared EXERCISE SCIENCE major
    Has not previously earned a “C” grade or better in BIO 125
  • NURSING: Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Suzanne Kiehne
  • EXERCISE SCIENCE: Send email to Lynda Maus in the Exercise Science Department with your full name, student ID number, and course information (course title, number, and all possible lab sections you can take).
Biology 243 & A, B, C labs
Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Declared NURSING major.
    Taken BIO 125 or BIO 143
  • Declared EXERCISE SCIENCE major
    Taken BIO 125 or BIO 143
  • NURSING: Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Suzanne Kiehne
  • EXERCISE SCIENCE: Send email to Lynda Maus in the Exercise Science Department with your full name, student ID number, and course information (course title, number, and all possible lab sections you can take).  Back to top
Economics 200
Topics in Economic Analysis
Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year.
A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.  CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.
Economics 242
Environmental Economics
Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year. A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.  CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.
Economics 243 A, B
Economic Development
Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year. A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.  CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.
Economics 245
Economics of Health Care
 Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year. A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.  CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.
Economics 261 A, B
Intermediate Macroeconomic  Theory
Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year. A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.  CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.
Economics 262 A, B
Intermediate Microeconomic  Theory
Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year. A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.  CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.
Economics 374 A, B
Money and Banking
Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year. A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.  CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.
Economics 376
Labor Economics and Employment Relations
Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year. A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014.  CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.
Economics 382
International Economics
Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year. A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.
Economics 385
Econometrics
Students wishing to preregister should be declared ECONOMICS major in their SENIOR year. A Google Economics preregistration form will be shared with all rising senior Economics majors by 8:00am, on  Friday, April 4, 2014.  Students wishing to preregister should complete and submit the form no later than 3:00pm, on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. CIS majors may request access from Sherry Freking, the Department’s Academic Administrative Assistant.    Back to top
English 185 A, B, C
Literary Studies
Declared ENGLISH major.

  • Prerequisite: Writing 111 or equivalent.
Contact English AAA by email, or stop by her office (grannema@stolaf.edu or RML 526A) between the dates of April 4-8 by 4:00 p.m.  Back to top 
History 198
America to 1865

S. Hahn

Declared HISTORY majors,
AMERICAN STUDIES majors,
SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION majors.

  • Prerequisites: none.
  • Senior HISTORY majors preregister Friday, April 4, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 
  • All HISTORY majors preregister on Monday, April 7, 8:00 a.m.-3:30p.m.
  • Open to all to preregister on Tuesday, April 8, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Student must submit complete name, ID number, grad year, and major to Nancy Hollinger in person (Holland Hall 513).
  • STUDENTS ABROAD: send e-mail to Nancy Hollinger (hollinge@stolaf.edu) indicating interest.
History 210
Major Seminar: Utopia and Terror

A. Kuxhausen

Declared HISTORY major,
RUSSIAN STUDIES major,
RUSSIAN LANGUAGE major.

  • Prerequisites: student should have taken at least one (1) course in European history, Russian history, or Russian Studies.
  • Senior HISTORY majors preregister Friday, April 4, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 
  • All HISTORY majors preregister on Monday, April 7, 8:00 a.m.-3:30p.m.
  • Open to all to preregister on Tuesday, April 8, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Student must submit complete name, ID number, grad year, and major to Nancy Hollinger in person (Holland Hall 513).
  • STUDENTS ABROAD: send e-mail to instructor to express interest and list history courses already taken.
History 270
Major Seminar: Segregation

M. Fitzgerald

Declared HISTORY major,
AMERICAN STUDIES major,
RACE AND ETHNIC STUDIES major,
AFRICA AND THE AMERICAS major.

  • Prerequisites: none.
  • Senior HISTORY majors preregister Friday, April 4, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 
  • All HISTORY majors preregister on Monday, April 7, 8:00 a.m.-3:30p.m.
  • Open to all to preregister on Tuesday, April 8, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Student must submit complete name, ID number, grad year, and major to Nancy Hollinger in person (Holland Hall 513).
  • STUDENTS ABROAD: send e-mail to Nancy Hollinger (hollinge@stolaf.edu) indicating interest.
History 303
Seminar: Julio-Claudian Rome

T. Howe

Declared HISTORY major,
ANCIENT STUDIES major,
MEDIEVAL STUDIES major,
CLASSICS major.

  • Prerequisites:190 / Europe from the Ancients to the Renaissance; or
    204 / Ancient: Rome, or approval from the Instructor.
  • Senior HISTORY majors preregister Friday, April 4, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 
  • All HISTORY majors preregister on Monday, April 7, 8:00 a.m.-3:30p.m.
  • Open to all to preregister on Tuesday, April 8, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Student must complete permission form (available in Holland Hall 513), get instructor’s signature, and turn form in to Nancy Hollinger in person (Holland Hall 513).
  • STUDENTS ABROAD: send e-mail to instructor to express interest and list history courses already taken.
History 320
Seminar: World War I: 100 Years Later

D. Peters

Declared HISTORY major,
SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION major.

  • Prerequisites student should have taken one (1) college-level course in 20th-century European history.
  • Senior HISTORY majors preregister Friday, April 4, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 
  • All HISTORY majors preregister on Monday, April 7, 8:00 a.m.-3:30p.m.
  • Open to all to preregister on Tuesday, April 8, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Student must complete permission form (available in Holland Hall 513), get instructor’s signature, and turn form in to Nancy Hollinger in person (Holland Hall 513).
  • STUDENTS ABROAD: send e-mail to instructor to express interest and list history courses already taken.
History 370
Seminar: Work in the U.S. Since 1920

E. Fure-Slocum

Declared HISTORY major,
AMERICAN STUDIES major.

  • Prerequisitesstudent should have taken one (1) U.S.  history course.
  • Senior HISTORY majors preregister Friday, April 4, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 
  • All HISTORY majors preregister on Monday, April 7, 8:00 a.m.-3:30p.m.
  • Open to all to preregister on Tuesday, April 8, 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Student must complete permission form (available in Holland Hall 513), get instructor’s signature, and turn form in to Nancy Hollinger in person (Holland Hall 513).
  • STUDENTS ABROAD: send e-mail to instructor to express interest and list history courses already taken.   Back to top
Philosophy 235
Ancient Western Philosophy
Declared PHILOSOPHY majors PHILOSOPHY MAJORS can preregister between Friday, April 4 and 8:00 a.m. and Tuesday, April 8 at 3:30 p.m.  Students must email their name, ID number, and course information (name and number) to Sue Newland (newlands).
Philosophy 250
Biomedical Ethics
Declared NURSING majors,
Declared PHILOSOPHY majors

  • Prerequisite: completion of BTS-T.
NURSING AND PHILOSOPHY MAJORS can preregister between Friday, April 4 at 8:00 a.m. and Tuesday, April 8 at 3:30 p.m.  

  • NURSING MAJORS: Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Suzanne Kiehne.   Advisors must check for completion of the BTS-T prerequisite.
  • PHILOSOPHY MAJORS must email Sue Newland (newlands) with their name, ID number, and course information (name and number).  Advisors must check for completion of BTS-T prerequisite.  Back to top
Science Conversations 213
The Rise of Modern Science: Origins and Revolutions
Students must apply by March 3 at Noon to Professor Brian Borovsky.
  • Steering committee select students for the program, based on application essay, transcript, major fields of study and gender.  A diverse cohort is desired.  The number of students is 24.   Back to top
Sociology/ Anthropology 121 A, B, C
Introduction to Sociology
Students must be a declared NURSING, or SOCIAL WORK major.
  • NURSING: Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Suzanne Kiehne.
  • SOCIAL WORK majors must email Deb Clark with your full name, student ID number, and course name and section letter.
Sociology/ Anthropology 128 A, B, C
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Students must be a declared NURSING, or SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION major.
  • NURSING: Nursing department faculty advisors will be meeting with Nursing majors and will provide a list of students needing to preregister to Suzanne Kiehne.
  • SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION majors must email Jo Olson with your name, student ID number, and course name and section letter.
Sociology/ Anthropology 292 A, B
Anthropological Theory
Students must be a declared SOCIOLOGY/ANTHROPOLOGY major. Sociology/Anthropology majors must email Lori Middeldorp  with your full name, student ID number, and course number and section letter.
Sociology/ Anthropology 371 A, B
Foundations of Social Science Research: Quantitative Methods
Students must be a declared SOCIOLOGY/ANTHROPOLOGY major. Sociology/Anthropology majors must email Lori Middeldorp and with your full name, student ID number, and course number and section letter.   Back to top
Theater 100
Oral Interpretation
Declared EDUCATION major Email Jeanne Hatle with full name, student ID number, and course number and title.
Theater 120
Public Speaking
Declared EDUCATION major Email Jeanne Hatle with full name, student ID number, and course number and title.
Theater 130
Introduction to Acting
Declared THEATER major Email Jeanne Hatle with full name, student ID number, and course number and title.
Theater 140
Introduction to Design for Performance
Declared THEATER major Email Jeanne Hatle with full name, student ID number, and course number and title.
Theater 180
Text and Performance
Declared THEATER major Email Jeanne Hatle with full name, student ID number, and course number and title.
Theater 270
History of Theater to 1700
Declared junior or senior THEATER major Email Jeanne Hatle with full name, student ID number, and course number and title. Back to top
Women’s  & Gender Studies 121 A, B
Introduction to Women’s Studies
Declared WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES majors or concentrators
Email Deb Clark (clarkd@stolaf.edu) with full name, student ID number, and course number and title during the preregistration period, April 4-8, 2014.