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  1. Alcohol Policy Introduction

    hosting the event. More information can also be found on the Event Registration page. ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/student-activities-and-leadership/alcohol-policy-introduction

  2. Alaska

    SLU students in Alaska The Geology Department at St. Lawrence University has a tradition of providing a field-based geologic education to each of its students. With this in mind, the Geology 320 course – Regional Field Studies – visits south-central Alaska generally in alternate years. The trip ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/geology/alaska

  3. Advising Frequently Asked Questions

    How many classes do I have to take in order to graduate? How many courses should I take each semester? What are general education requirements and how do I fulfill them? What's the deal with the ILC? How do I pick my classes, if I don’t have any idea ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/advising/advising-frequently-asked-questions

  4. What’s the Best Use of the APR System?

    APR stands for “academic planning and registration.” Most students learn to use it as a registration system pretty quickly. Only a small proportion, though, have really learned to use it as an academic planning tool. At any time, and from anywhere, a St. ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/advising/what%E2%80%99s-best-use-apr-system

  5. How do the class times work?

    A one-unit course at SLU is three hours of class time per week. The schedule is arranged in such a way that courses meet one hour per day on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, or 90 minutes per day on Tuesday and Thursday. (You will, however, see variations f ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/advising/how-do-class-times-work

  6. How many courses should I put on my Working List?

    You should put as many as you want. List as many courses as you think you might be interested in and you can then begin to narrow that down as you talk with your advisor or as the registration process continues. Remember, you should not be trying to pick ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/advising/how-many-courses-should-i-put-my-working-list

  7. What does “advisor hold” and “financial hold” mean when it shows on my APR?

    As we begin an advising cycle—the period when each student is expected to create a Working List of courses for the next semester and then go talk to her or his advisor—every student begins with an “advisor hold.” This is there to ensure that you sit down ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/advising/what-does-%E2%80%9Cadvisor-hold%E2%80%9D-and-%E2%80%9Cfinancial-hold%E2%80%9D-mean-when-it-shows-my-apr

  8. Why should I take a class that doesn’t satisfy a requirement in my intended major or meet a distribution requirement?

    The practical answer is that you need to take approximately thirty-two courses over four years and not all of them can possibly fulfill major/minor/distribution requirements. However, you should approach your courses with a different mindset. Remember tha ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/advising/why-should-i-take-class-doesn%E2%80%99t-satisfy-requirement-my-intended-major-or-meet-distribution

  9. How do I pick my classes, if I don’t have any idea of what I want to major in?

    Major requirements Since most majors require only 9-12 courses, you have ample time to explore. If you do not know what you want to major in, try a course or two in a variety of areas of interest and see where you are pulled intellectually. If you have ta ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/advising/how-do-i-pick-my-classes-if-i-don%E2%80%99t-have-any-idea-what-i-want-major

  10. How many courses should I take each semester?

    To make appropriate progress toward graduation, students should take four courses per semester. Students must take 33.5 units in total to graduate. A normal courseload is 4 to 4.5 units in a semester. The minimum course load to be considered a full-time s ...

    http://www.stlawu.edu/advising/how-many-courses-should-i-take-each-semester

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