Winter enrollment has begun. ICYMI check out this article on UDaily about winter session. If you are interested in taking classes during winter and haven’t already, be sure to meet with your UST advisor to discuss which course(s) you can take. There are also online courses available.
It is that time of the year again to start talking about your Spring classes! You might have already received an email to schedule a meeting with your advisor; if you haven’t, you will soon. Here is your helpful guide for what you need to do to enroll in your Spring 2020 courses.
When picking out classes, make sure that:
All of the above (except for using Blue Hen Planner) applies to Winter course enrollment as well. If you want to take courses outside of UD during the winter, see Transfer Credit Information on the Registrar’s website. Make sure to submit your Transfer Credit Evaluation form before you enroll in the course.
For more information about all things registration, check out the Register for Classes page on the Advising Central @ UD website or email your UST advisor.
If you have already completed a full semester (spring or fall) as a UD student and have chosen a major that you meet the requirements for, you can submit a Change of Major form. You cannot submit a Change of Major yet if a) you are a new student (first-year or transfer) in your first semester, b) the major you want has specific application dates, and/or c) you do not meet the requirements for the restricted major. For application dates and requirements, see the Restricted Majors page for your Catalog year: 2017-2018 or 2018-2019.
New first-year and transfer students whose entry term is Fall 2019 can submit a Change of Major form for an unrestricted major (any major not listed on the Restricted Majors page) starting October 23 (after the withdrawal deadline).
You can find the Change of Major form in UDSIS. Here are some tips when submitting the form:
We encourage students to declare a major by the end of their sophomore year. If you are in your second or third year and are undecided or don’t meet the requirements for your intended major, schedule a meeting with your UST advisor to explore your options.