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Fall 2010 Registration

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Dear Students,

Registration for Fall 2010 courses (except Directed Studies and Audits) is now taking place on-line via BannerWeb.  You can start building your Fall schedule as soon as your registration window opens.

The times for each student’s registration are assigned based on student status and once your registration time period begins it remains open for the duration of the registration period. You can add and drop courses freely until web registration closes (based on add and drop dates during the fall semester).

Fall 2010 Registration time periods begin at 8.00 a.m. Pacific Time (The time displayed on BannerWeb is 11.00 a.m. Eastern)

Registration Time Periods

I Monday, May 3rd

December 2010 Graduates (except students in Translation or Interpretation related programs – see May 17th)

Students in Peace Corps Master’s International Programs

Students from the Defense Language Institute

II Wednesday, May 5th

May 2011 and August 2011 Graduates (except students in Translation or Interpretation related programs – see May 17th)

III Monday, May 10th

Registration is open to all continuing students (except students in Translation or Interpretation related programs – see May 17th)

IV Monday, May 17th

Students enrolled in Conference Interpretation, Translation, Translation & Interpretation, and Translation & Localization Management.

On-line Registration Details:

§ Now that the Fall 2010 schedule is available you can start looking at course details via:

· Look Up Classes to Add link in BannerWeb beginning Thursday, April 22nd, or directly from the course schedule:

· From both links shown above you must click on the CRN (5-digit Course Reference Number) of the course. This takes you to additional information that indicates whether or not you can successfully register for a particular course. Click on the CRN , then click on the course title and you will see the enrollment counts and the course restrictions, if any.

· You will see the prerequisites and any other course restrictions. Examples include graduate school, degree and major. You can also see how many seats are available.  Some courses may be set up as approval-required. For these courses ‘APRVL’ will appear in the ‘SEATS AVAIL’ column on the course schedule.

· Some International Policy courses will have an enrollment capacity of “0”. You will need to waitlist for this course via the on-line registration process. Faculty will select students for the course.

§ To request an override to waive you from course restrictions or request an approval for approval required courses, contact the primary instructor of the course. Please include your Banner    student ID #  (this is an 8-digit number you use to check your schedule and grades or submit your timesheet on BannerWeb) when contacting the instructor. When approval or waiver has been granted you must still register for this course to complete the registration process.

· Please note that several seminars, including all MANTPS seminars and IPOL 8586 have been set as “Zero Enrollment” courses. Students attempting to register for these Zero Enrollment courses will be added to an electronic waitlist. Instructors will review the electronic waitlists, determine which students meet their eligibility requirements for the course, and notify the Records Office of approved students.  Once an approval status has been noted, students will see the course and registration status altered to reflect this on their Banner Web account. Students will then be eligible to register for the course based on enrollment capacity.

§ Use the Check Your Registration Status link in BannerWeb/Registration menu beginning Thursday, Aprl 22nd to:

  • Confirm that you have been assigned to a specific registration time period or “window”.
  • Confirm that your status permits registration
  • Confirm that you don’t have any ‘holds’ that prevent you from registering
  • Any overrides of course restrictions or course approvals that have been granted, can be seen on this page.

§ Please refer to the instructions document at for specific details, including screen shots, of how to register for a course from the Register or Add/Drop Classes link in BannerWeb.

o Note: Students wishing to Audit a course or register for a Directed Study will have to process that registration through the Records Office on an Add/Drop form

Limit on credits:

You may not register on-line for more than 24 credits (this includes Directed Studies and Audits). If you need to register for more than 24 credits, please bring an Add/Drop form, approved by your Advisor to the Records Office. Registering for more than 16 credits in any semester/term may put you in an overload status and additional tuition may be due and payable.

Academic Advising:

See your Advisor for assistance in planning your schedule

For assistance during registration, please email or call 831-647-4121.

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