2. Your adviser must approve your course schedule by clicking "Review Complete" in Student Planning. Ideally, they will do this during an advising meeting with you. If there are extenuating circumstances making it impossible for you and your adviser to meet until next week, your adviser may click Review Complete upon confirming an appointment day/time with you for next week. Need advice/approval and can't reach your adviser? Visit us in the Dean of Studies office!
Don't forget to drop any classes or waitlists that you no longer need.
If you are unable to add a course that you know that you're in, or if you are unable to drop a course or leave a waitlist for something you're not taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office, firstname.lastname@example.org).
(if the course is eligible for credit for the P.E. requirement). If this does not happen automatically, you may need to fill out a form.
Tuesday, Sept 21 is the last day you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (contact your class dean if you need info about this), and a late fee may be charged.
Reminder that there is no separate Enrollment Confirmation process this year. You confirm your enrollment by (1) registering for classes and (2) paying your bill by the deadline. See this blog post for how to tell what kind of hold you may have, and contact the Bursar if you need to discuss your bill.
Until the registration deadline, your CourseworksCanvas page may not look exactly like your Student Planning page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks, and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear. Courseworks will catch up eventually. The most important thing is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your Student Planning Fall 2021 page.