All About Spring ’13 Registration

15 Oct

This is a long one, full of information so dry that even the most adorable cat pictures won’t spice it up.  Still, it’s important to know — so read through and come back to it later if you need!  Remember, if you miss your registration day, you won’t have another chance to register until open registration (so freshmen and sophomores, don’t waste your privileged registration!)

Registration dates, forms, procedures, and info on where to get free pizza ia all below! 

Registration Day

Spring registration is just around the corner!  Please pay close attention to the following registration guidelines!  Registration begins each day at 7:00 a.m. and closes at 8:00 p.m.

Spring 2013 Early Registration Schedule

November 2 Friday Honors freshmen and sophomores
November 6 Tuesday 90 or more hours (credits) earned
November 7 Wednesday 75 or more hours (credits) earned
November 8 Thursday 55 or more hours (credits) earned
November 9 Friday 30 or more hours (credits) earned
Undergrad Students with less than 30 hours (credits) earned : #
November 12-15# Monday-Friday
General Registration
Nov 16 – Jan 13 ********** All Degree-Seeking Candidates

#Equal spaces will be reserved for each day

Advising Hold Removal Schedule
While all Honors students are encouraged to see an Honors Program Officer before registration, Columbian College students who have not declared a major MUST meet with one of the Program Officers to remove your advising hold BEFORE registration.  Make sure you are prepared with a tentative course schedule using the Spring 2013 Schedule of Classes and Honors course offerings.  Please use our wide selection of dates to your advantage – plan on meeting with an advisor at a time that is most practical given your registration date.  Students may discuss registration and remove advising hold by one of the following options:

1.  Attend a hold removal party:

Sunday, October 28th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. – join us at brunch in Pelham Commons on Mount Vernon!
Monday, October 29th from 12 to 2 p.m. – pizza in the Club Room on Foggy Bottom!
Wednesday, October 31st from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. – bagels in the Club Room on Foggy Bottom!

2.  Attend walk-in hours

Wednesday, October 24th (5pm-7pm, Foggy Bottom Only)
Wednesday, October 31st (5pm-7pm, Foggy Bottom Only)
Thursday, November 1st (10am-4pm),
Friday, November 2nd (10am-4pm),
Monday, November 5th (10am-4pm),

3.  Make an appointment with an advisor:

Online at

Remember that appointments will not be available on walk-in days – because you can just walk-in!

**Please note that Columbian College students who have declared a major should see their faculty advisors regarding course selection, but may have their hold removed by the Honors Program Officers.  Elliott, Business, and Engineering School students should meet with their school advisors for hold removal, if they have holds, and for registration advising, but are always welcome to Honors advising about their course selection!

Attention ALL Students: Urgent Hold Information
Check your record via GWeb regarding holds prior to your scheduled registration time.  Any hold on your account will prevent access to registration.

Honors Courses
The Honors Spring 2013 course offerings will be available soon (LATER THIS WEEK) at:

and the Registrar’s office will publish the Spring 2013 course schedule at:

As new course information and revisions become available we will update the website.  Please re-check the information on the Schedule of Classes and the Honors site before you register to ensure that you’re up-to-date!

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