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After reading through the registration instructions , you should be ready to decide on a class schedule for your first semester. If you don’t have the answers you need, contact us. Staff members in both the Academic Programs Office and the Registrar’s Office are able to answer general questions about courses, degree requirements, and the registration process
- For help with language placement, or how to think about course selection in light of major plans, call Academic Programs at 651-696-6036 firstname.lastname@example.org
- For help with AP/IB scores, transfer credits, or interpreting the class schedule, call the Registrar’s Office at 651-696-6200. email@example.com
- If you’re calling between 7:45 and 5:00 Central Daylight Time, Monday through Thursday, or between 7:45 and 12:30 CDT, Fridays, you should connect with a real person who will try to help you. At other times of day or night, you may leave a voice mail message at that number, and one of those same real people will call you back the next business day.
- Faculty members are available to answer questions about their department and the courses being offered. See the names and contact information listed under each academic department. Email is usually the preferred means of communicating with faculty in the summer.