Spring 2012 Registration Information
Spring 2012 registration begins on Thursday, October 20, 2011. Don't forget to look for classes in our Winter Session that runs January 3 - 20, 2012!
The Advising Period began Wednesday, October 12, 2011. Please schedule an appointment to meet with your advisor, if you haven't done so already. Meeting with your advisor will ensure your account doesn't get placed on the Registration Hold List, preventing you from being able to register for courses as soon as your registration date becomes available.
The Spring 2012 Main semester begins Monday, January 23, 2012. The last day to add courses for the Main session is January 30, 2012.
Please remember, if you plan to complete degree requirements in Spring 2012, you must have a graduation application on file by the deadline. Refer to Important Dates page.
A website has been set up to assist students with online registration. The website is /registrar/onlinereg. We highly suggest reading the information contained in this website before proceeding with online registration.
Matriculating students with 90+ credits begin registering on October 20
Matriculating students with 60+ credits begin registering on October 27
Matriculating students with 30+ credits begin registering on November 3
Matriculating students with less than 30 credits begin registering on November 10
Non-matriculating/non-degree students begin registering on November 17
Athletes, TLC, and Honors students receive priority registration status. All athletes, TLC, and Honors students may start registering on October 20th!
Students may enroll for courses online, without immediate payment, through January 23, 2012.
Beginning January 24, 2012, continuing students who have not enrolled in classes will have a Tuition Hold placed on their account. Students will be required to pay 100% tuition and fees prior to gaining online access.
You will be able to confirm your registration once you have completed registering online. After you click on the "Process" button and are shown a screen with a section labeled "Registered Courses for 2012 / Spring, what is displayed there is your current schedule. You can also click on the "Course Schedule" link in Self Service and view the proper year/term schedule for further confirmation.
High School Students
High school juniors and seniors may take an undergraduate course as part of GCU's High School Programs: Course Ahead or Step Ahead at a special rate of $185 per course. Depending on the program chosen, download the Course Ahead the Step Ahead Application and follow the instructions on the form.
Please review the list of recommended spring courses for Course Ahead.
Final room assignments will be available via Self-Service the week of January 9, 2012.
The Spring 2012 schedule will be available online on Self-Service during the week of October 20, 2011. It can be accessed by going to http://selfservice.georgian.edu and clicking on Visitors and then Find Course Sections.
A complete course schedule can be viewed/printed by going to the Self-Service course schedule and clicking on the "Print all course sections." link. This will open a list of all courses at GCU. A complete schedule can then be printed from that screen. The online schedule is always up-to-date and should be consulted for all course statuses (Closed, Open, or Cancelled).
School of Business - Courses can be found under the following prefixes : AC, BU, EC, HC, and IS.
Applied Music courses are offered at all class levels. If a course appears "closed" or you do not see your particular interest offered on the schedule, please contact either Fr. John Zec ext 2705 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certain courses are restricted to certain populations or require departmental approval before registering. These courses are listed with a class maximum of "0". Please contact the department for information on registering for these courses.
||Division Permitted to Register
||Women's College Only
||Women's College or University College Students
||GCU @ Woodbridge
||Open to Education Accelerated Students Only
||Open to Communiversity Students Only
|AAH, MNSQ, MDON, RBC
||Open to Course Ahead Students Only
||Admin Leadership Cohorts
||Open to students in the cohort program only
||Open to students in the cohort program only
Remote Course Sub-types
The course is taught 50% online using the ANGEL course management system to deliver internet-based interactive instruction, and 50% with the instructor in the same room as the students. Students are required to come to the classroom for the face-to-face sessions.
The course is taught 100% online using the ANGEL course management system to deliver internet-based interactive instruction. Students do not come to a classroom.
||The course is taught 100% by video teleconference. Students are required to come to a classroom for all class sessions but the instructor may be teaching from a different location using real-time, interactive video teleconferencing.
Check the campus column on your course schedule to confirm class locations.
GCU Campus Buildings
||Arts & Science Building
||Raymond Hall Computer
||Raymond Hall East
Off-Site Locations (for any course listed with a room of OFFCAM)
Click Here to View Offsite Location Information
Days of the Week
|S or SAT
||classes begin January 23 and meet every other Saturday, unless otherwise specified
||classes begin January 30 and meet every other Saturday, unless otherwise specified
||Specified Dates, see table below
Note: If the schedule shows the days of the week as TR, the class will meet on Tuesday and Thursday.
Note: Classes that meet in two different rooms, on the same day, will be listed with an asterisk: Example (M) and (*M).
Courses with Specified Dates
Students accepted into the new Honors program can take the following class. This class is only open to new Honors program students.
||Research in Chemistry II: Honors
||American Literature II: Honors
||Holistic Women's Health: Honors
||Survey of American History II: Honors
||Philosophical Inquiry: Honors
Reminder: Students under the current general education requirements must complete two experiential learning experiences: one must be a designated course that has a service learning component (other than First Year Seminar); the second must be an internship, a designated study or travel abroad experience, or another course with a service learning component. Listed below are courses that can be used to complete the service learning type of experiential learning. Please note that you can take the following courses without having to complete the Service Learning component.
Student Responsibilities for Service Learning Enrollment
Register for a course section with Service Learning option.
Self-identify with your professor within the first two weeks of school to enroll for the Service Learning component for the course. If you have submitted a graduation application and plan to complete degree requirements at the end of this term you must contact the Office of the Registrar at X2247 or X2294 and report your pending Service Learning courses.
Successfully complete the Service Learning component for the course.
At the end of the semester check your transcript to make sure Service Learning is reflected on the transcript.
Service Learning Options
To view an up-to-date listing of the courses with a Service Learning option, please view Self-Service under Find Course Sections. Service Learning component courses are also listed on Angel under "Community Groups." Click Service Learning, click content, click Courses with a Service Learning Component.
For information regarding Travel Abroad guidelines and goals, please click here. Please do not hesitate to request further information from your academic department or the Associate Provost for Academic Program Development.
Students on Hold
Georgian Court students whose accounts have been placed on an Admissions, Advising, Advising Center, Billing/Bursar, Loan Exit, Tuition, Records, Health, or Registrar Hold will not be able to register. Such students will receive a "STOP" warning at the beginning of the online registration process identifying the hold or holds on their account. Students are instructed to contact the office/department placing the hold. Once the hold has been cleared the student will be able to access on-line registration.
Online and Web Courses
Students enrolled in online and web courses, as designated above, will have access to ANGEL one week prior to the start of the semester. If you can not access ANGEL within 24 hours after registering, please contact the Office of Information Technology Help Desk at 732.987.2222.
All students have been issued a five-digit identification number (preceded by four zeros). By using this number on all paperwork submitted to the University a student record is easily identified. Consequently, it will eliminate confusion of students with similar or same names. Your student ID# is printed on your student ID card. It is a nine-digit number that begins with four zeroes (ex. 000012345)