Highlights of Course Selection in SCORE
- Students Currently on Foreign Study . Students studying abroad who will be returning in the spring should e-mail their proposed spring courses to their Departmental Representative and/or departmental adviser. The Dep. Rep./adviser will reply indicating approval of your choices.
- Class Number. Each lecture, class, and lab is assigned a unique 5-digit number. It is the number by which you enroll in courses on the web. Class Numbers are listed next to each course section in Course Offerings. You should write the Class Number for each course section listed on your Course Enrollment Worksheet.
- Courses Requiring Application or interview. Course Offerings indicates if a course requires an application or interview. You must visit the pertinent department to receive permission in order to enroll in these courses. Departments grant the permission electronically such that when an approved student attempts to enroll in the course on the web, the enrollment is accepted. Students who do not receive prior departmental approval will not be able to enroll in Application Courses. Students on foreign study should e-mail both the pertinent instructor and undergraduate secretary about getting into courses requiring permission or application.
- Courses with Limits. Departments may set numeric limits, and the computer will close the course when the limit is reached.
- Dropping Courses After February 17 Free Course Change Period
The deadline for free add/drop is February 17. After February 17, you will be charged $45 per course for changes to your spring term schedule. You may use SCORE to drop courses through 5pm, Friday, April 13.
Be sure to let your departmental representative or adviser know if you intend to drop a departmental course, as this may affect your departmental requirements. Juniors also need the approval of their residential college dean to drop spring term courses. You should present your residential college dean with a completed
Course Enrollment Worksheet,
listing the course or courses you wish to drop, and for him or her to approve changes. The worksheet is available as a .pdf document on the SCORE website. Copies are also available in your residential college office, and in the Office of the Registrar. Remember, dropping courses without your academic adviser’s approval may put your graduation at risk.
- Courses May Not Be Added After February 17
Students are not permitted to add courses after February 17. If you are having extraordinary problems with your course schedule, then you must see your residential college dean.
- Check the Registrar’s website,
for an up-to-date listing of spring term courses and their status.
- The SCORE web site has a list of FAQs and step-by-step procedures about course enrollment. A handy brochure on using SCORE is also available at
- The Help Desk,
or 258-HELP, can assist with logging on, navigation, and other technical enrollment questions. The Help Desk does not provide advice on which courses to take.
- Individual help is available at the Registrar’s Office in 101 West College from 8:45am to 5pm.