Course Registration Info :: Fall 2012



Tuesday August 14, 2012

Registration begins for Segment II and III students
-Access to online registration begins at 10 am
-Phone support at 617-585-0135 is available from 10 am - 1 pm
-Students registering Part-Time (fewer than 6.00 academic credits) must contact the Registrar’s Office to enroll and make payment arrangements.
-Phone support resumes for online registration from 4 pm - 7 pm
-Online registration ends at 5 pm on Friday August 17.

Segment II and III students are defined as those who have passed the Segment I Portfolio Review (PR450).  Segment III Students who hope to register for their first Degree Project or Thesis course must be cleared to do so.  Please contact Academic Advising if you are uncertain whether you have clearance.

Wednesday August 15, 2012
Registration begins for B-level studio students
-Access to online registration begins at 10 am
-Phone support at 617-585-0135 is available from 10 am - 1 pm
-Students registering Part-Time (fewer than 6.00 academic credits) must contact the Registrar’s Office to enroll and make payment arrangements.
-Phone support resumes for online registration from 4 pm - 7 pm
-Online registration ends at 5 pm on Friday August 17.

B-Level Studio students are defined as those who have completed both Design Principles (HT101/HT7101) AND their A-Level studio requirement (SA202 for bachelor’s students; SA7101 or SA7103 for master’s students) but have not yet passed the Segment I Portfolio Review (PR450).  Students must receive credit for Design Principles prior to taking B-1 studio.

Thursday, August 16, 2012
Registration begins for A-level studio students
-Access to online registration begins at 10 am
-Phone support at 617-585-0135 is available from 10 am - 1 pm
-Students registering Part-Time (fewer than 6.00 academic credits) must contact the Registrar’s Office to enroll and make payment arrangements.
-Phone support resumes for online registration from 4 pm - 7 pm
-Online registration ends at 5 pm on Friday, August 17.

A-Level Studio Students are defined as those who have not yet completed both Design Principles (HT101/7101) and their A-Level studio requirement (SA202 for bachelor’s students; SA7101 or SA7103 for master’s students).