Spring Registration Dates
October 2 is the expected date for the schedule to be on the web.
October 23 is the date registration begins -- graduating seniors can register for up to 18 hours in phase one; athletes and DRO students also get to register in the first group.
ESHE Majors: Read Thoroughly!
From Dr. Zeakes:
Read the following information to help ensure a successful advising and registration experience. Remember failure on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part or your advisor’s part. Registration is all about being prepared and registering during your time slot. If you fail to register during phase I you have to wait until phase 2 and there may not be the classes you want or need.
For Overrides: Due to the restricted number of hours you can enroll in during phase I, please don’t panic until the completion of phase 2 and do not come by for force add slips until you have done the following: 1. at the end of Phase 2 see your advisor for options, once you have discussed all options with your advisor bring a signed note to my office for schedule adjustment with recommendations for optional courses. 2. see me ASAP after you have discussed this with your advisor, the longer you wait the more difficult it is to get you into a class. 3. Force adds will be done by priority, seniors, juniors, sophomores.
Spring and Summer Advising will begin the week of October 9, 2006. Check your advisors door or display plate beside your advisor’s door and sign up for a time. Seniors do not delay in making your appointments because you register first. Advising will be from October 9th through October 20th.
The following links are to help you with advising information.
What You Need to Do!
1. Make an Appointment.
2. Go to B 154 Peters Hall and pick up a schedule worksheet
and plan your schedule and your alternate classes.
3. Refer to this site and read “Be a good Consumer”.
4. Prepare a list of questions for your advisor.
5. Be on time for your appointment and take with you all relevant materials.
a. your advising worksheet – filled out
b. a copy of the Student Responsibility Form: attached
6. Before leaving your advising session, you and your advisor should have
agreed on your plan of study, filled out the “Advising Notes Form” and
signed the form. One copy of the form goes in your folder and the other is
for your files.
7. Go to the advising center to get your PIN so you can register. You will be asked at the advising center to complete an Advisor Survey.
It is not your advisor’s job to plan your schedule. Use your progress sheets to help you plan your schedule. You can download all progress sheets from the ESHE web site: www.radford.edu/~eshe-web
times Phase I registration for each registration group. (To read the times and
dates – 2006 10 (Oct.) 23 (date) 700 is 7 am. The times are in military time
100hr. to 24hundred hr.)
Group start times: phase 1 (Spring)
1 200610230700 Oct. 23, 7 a.m. (TG) (These are students graduating in the spring or summer/can register for up to 18 hours during phase I)
200610241000 Oct. 24, 10 a.m. (SR w/ > 99) Seniors
who have more than 99 hours but have not been coded “TG”
3 200610242300 (handicap) Oct. 24, 11 p.m. Students who are registered with the DRO
4 200610251000 (athletes Oct. 25, 10 a.m. Scholarship athletes
5 SR 200610251400 Oct. 25, 2 p.m. all remaining seniors (86 to 99 hours)
5 JR 200610251500 Oct. 25, 3 p.m. all juniors (56 to 85 hours)
5 SO 200610270930 Oct. 27, 9:30 a.m. all sophomores (26 to 55 hours)
5 FR 200610302100 Oct. 30, 9 p.m. all freshmen (less than 26 hours)
For Phase 2 Check the registrar’s home page.
Spring and summer 2007 class schedules are now posted on the web at https://campusonline.radford.edu/radsubmenu1s.html. Registration for spring and summer 2007 classes will begin on Monday, October 23. Linking spring and summer registration is an important change RU is initiating this year at the request of students and advisors. Registration for summer 2007 will continue, with a brief interruption over winter break, until the first day of summer classes. Students will not be billed for summer classes until late in the spring semester.
Now is the time for ESHE majors to begin planning for registration. An important action students should take as soon as possible is to set up appointments with their advisors to discuss course selection. ESHE advisors will begin seeing student on Monday October 10th. (If you have questions, we suggest that you read the document “Preparing for Your Registration Advising Appointment,” which is posted at http://www.radford.edu/~premajor/registration/PREPARING_FORADVISING_REGISTRATION_fall%2006.doc.) Registration Data Forms listing registration times and students' PINs will be distributed at the Advising Center In Peters A104.
Schedules to meet with your advisor are posted on their office doors.
RU General Information about Registrationhttp://www.radford.edu/~registra/Web_Registration.htm
The Listing of courses is online at https://hpwebsrv.runet.edu/radsubmenu1s.html.
Athletic Training - Dr. Mickle
and Dr. Moore
Commercial/Corporate Fitness - Dr. Zuti
Health Education and Health Promotion - Dr. Grim
Sports Administration - Dr. Beasley and Dr. Pazmino-Cevallos
Sports Medicine A thru K - Dr. Dumin
Sports Medicine L thru Z - Dr. Ames
Teaching - Dr. Jon Poole, Susan Miller and Dr. Zeakes
General advising Information
The full time faculty of the Department of Exercise, Sport, and Health Education do all academic advising of our majors. We also assist those who minor or take endorsements. The department advisors are committed to helping you complete your degree.
General Education-- Link to Courses that meet requirements.
Fieldwork-- Changes and new information.
Online Class Schedules; go to http://www.radford.edu/~registra/
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