Tag Archives: CCAS

CCAS Holds on Your Account? Here’s what to do.

11 Feb

It’s okay, we can get you out of this hold.

If you’re a CCAS freshmen or sophomore, you can expect holds to start appearing on your accounts.  Holds prevent you from registering for classes next semester, so you’ll want to make sure you get them removed. Here’s what they are, and what you’ll need to do.  Continue reading

Vanilla Ice Has A Special Message about Advising Holds

9 Oct

VANILLA

Yo, UHP, Let’s kick it! 
 
All right stop, Collaborate and listen /
Advising holds on your registration /
Alerts in Banner: unsightly /
shows like a warning daily and nightly / 
How to take it off? Yo — I don’t know /
Go to the blog, and we’ll show /
CCAS, they put a hold for advising /
Catherine and Liz can take it off if you complete the necessary advising hold removal form, but you will need to see the schedule of classes for next semester first and that’s not yet available.

Okay, Vanilla clearly lost his flow.

This is all to say that 1) we know that CCAS has already put advising holds on their students, 2) Catherine and Liz will be able to remove them for UHPers, but 3) no one can really have them removed until the schedule of classes comes out, so just sit tight.

Also, 4) the 90’s, when most of you were born, was a really, really weird time.

UHP Student Advisor – Calder Stembel

19 Apr

Calder Stembel, CCAS 11

Calder Stembel
stembelc@gwu.edu
CCAS ’11 – Dramatic Literature
Haverford, PA

Hi! My name is Calder Stembel and I am one of only two seniors at GW majoring in dramatic literature. I originally hail from Haverford, Pennsylvania but the IRS considers me a DC resident. For the past four years I’ve volunteered for Camp Kesem GW, a free summer camp for the children of cancer patients, and since 2009 I’ve worked for the Columbian College as a technology project analyst. I’m a member of Phi Beta Kappa and I plan to stay at GW for graduate school in higher education administration. My other hobbies include watching plays and films, being clever, and mishearing the lyrics to popular songs.

Advising Areas: Columbian College; workstudy jobs; theatre and English majors; navigating GW; running a student organization; public service activities; pursuing graduate school at GW; local restaurants