In the Know: Course Registration Tips

Section numbers refer to the day, time, and location of a course. The section number appears after the course number: PSYC100-010 refers to General Psychology 100, section 010, which meets on M/W/F from 9:05-9:55 am in the Fall 2018 semester.

Some sections are offered online, including 194 and 195. Some are reserved for special populations – such as Honors 080, 081, etc.. Some sections are not available to most students because they meet in another part of the state (or even the world!) – such as 310, 510, 710, and 070.

If a class you wish to take is full (0 seats available), check back at a later date, as a seat may become available if someone decides to drop the class. UST advisors do not have the authority to enroll you in a class that is full or restricted. For additional information, visit the Registrar’s site.

 

Campus Resources: Tutoring

UD students often benefit from participating in one of the many free tutoring programs offered on campus. Students taking introductory BISC and CHEM courses can stop by ISLL 314 at the DuPont Learning Center. The MSLL Open Lab provides free tutorial support for students enrolled in Math 010, Math 113, Math 114, Math 115, Math ​117, Mat​h ​221, Math 241, Math 201, Math 202​​, and Math 267. Students enrolled in a variety of science, math, and other classes (including Economics, Computer Science, and Nutrition) can also attend free drop-in sessions offered by the OAE located in the Center for Academic Success.

Grading Policy

UST academic advisors will offer additional drop-in hours on Monday, October 22 and Tuesday, October 23 to assist students who have questions about alternative grading options such as withdraw, audit, and pass/fail. Visit our office in the Center for Academic Success at the corner of Amstel and South College. Students can also learn about UD’s grade policies by attending the Academic Management Workshop offered in Harrington Commons from 3:30 – 4:30 pm on October 23.

 

In the Know: Mid-Term Grade Report

First year students will be able to view their mid-term grade reports in UDSIS by Monday, October 15. If you do not have a midterm grade posted for a particular class, then that instructor has not submitted the information.

If you are concerned about your midterm grades and have questions about alternative grade options such as withdraw, audit, and pass/fail, contact an academic advisor to discuss your options. The deadline for changing your grade status in a class is Tuesday, October 23, 2018.

 

WINTER 2019

Course offerings for Winter Session 2019 are now available for students to view.

Beginning October 29, UD students may begin registering for winter session classes online through WebReg. Access to the system is based on your classification (freshman, sophomore, etc.), which is based on the number of credits you will have earned by the end of the fall 2018 semester.
“Enrollment appointments” identify the date and time that each student may begin to register. These dates are posted on your student page in UDSIS. Students may continue to register through UDSIS from their beginning enrollment date through the end of the free drop/add period in January 2019.