Most first-year students take their FYP and three other courses during their fall semester. Late in June, you will be registered for one or two of your fall courses (in addition to your First-Year Program course). You will be sent notification of this registration by mail in early July with your FYP placement and housing. You will register for your other courses on campus during Orientation in August when you meet with your advisor. More information about fall course registration can be found on the Fall Course Enrollment and Registration page.
To allow us to enroll you in a course in which you are most interested, select from the pull-down menus at least 4 courses you are most interested in taking this fall semester.
You must submit this form by no later than June 14, 2013.
Please note that not all courses being offered this fall are available and appropriate for incoming first-year students. You can find more information about the courses being offered this fall by visiting the Academic Departments and Programs pages.
Note for students with special needs (e.g., a learning or physical disability): If you have not yet done so, you should follow this link and fill out the questionnaire: Once you have done this, you will be contacted by our Office of Academic Services for Students with Special Needs. Do not fill out the course selection form until you have been contacted. If you have questions, call the Special Needs Office at (315) 229-5104, 5076, or 5537.
Note for biology-related majors and pre-health students: if you answer “yes” to the question below, you will be registered for the lecture sections of both General Biology and General Chemistry, but only if both of these courses appear on your request list as your top choices. During on-campus Orientation in August, you will register for the laboratories and weekly review sessions for those courses in consultation with your advisor.