You'll find the Registration Worksheet as one of the menu items on WebSTAC. Before you begin creating your worksheet, watch Video 2: Course Listings and Registration Worksheet. Your Registration Worksheet will be a working draft of your schedule.
Important things to note:
1. Make sure you have back-up choices for classes and sections. Put them in the "Second Choices" section of your Registration Worksheet.
2. Be sure to enter required subsections (A, B, C, etc,.) on your worksheet and also have back-ups.
3. As you are selecting your courses, make sure to note final exam times to avoid conflicts. Final exam dates and times appear in online Course Listings.
4. Classes limit enrollment, so pay attention to how many seats are left in the class. If a section is full, you may choose a different one or you can elect to be added to the wait list when you actually register. A few classes do not allow you to waitlist (for example, Writing 1).
5. Notes on Wait Lists:
- General Chemistry, General Chemistry Lab, and Physics 197F offer many sections and subsections. They do not allow waitlisting, so choose a section and subsection for each class with seats available at the time you register. Don't worry if your first choice sections are filled when you are creating your Registration Worksheet; the departments will be opening up additional seats during registration. There will be room for everyone, although not necessarily in your first choice of section or subsection.
- Several Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies courses may look full but have seats reserved specifically for freshmen. These courses are identified in the course descriptions. Put yourself on the wait list for these classes; students will be pulled off the wait list by the department by order of registration and you will learn soon after registration if you were one of the freshmen who claimed a seat.
6. Scroll down beneath the worksheet and review the Schedule Grid to make sure you have no class conflicts and that no days are overloaded with classes.
7. Once your Registration Worksheet is complete, you are ready to contact your advisor. On June 17, you will receive an email with the name and contact information of your four-year advisor. Email your advisor letting him/her know you are ready to discuss your academic interests and your fall course choices. Make sure to include a number of days/times you are available and s/he will get back to you with an appointment time.