Course Selection Calendar for Seniors
Class of 2013
Spring 2012 Course Offerings available on the Office of the Registrar's web site at http://registrar.princeton.edu/course-offerings/
Students begin meeting with Departmental Representatives and/or departmental advisers. Bring two copies of the Course Enrollment Worksheet to your advising meeting. You should print your course history from SCORE and take it to your Dep. Rep./adviser in order to review the courses which will count toward your 8 or more departmentals. The Dep. Rep./adviser signs both copies of the Worksheet, as well as approves your 8 or more departmentals. Return one copy of the Worksheet, along with your internal transcript indicating your departmentals, to the departmental office.
Seniors begin course enrollment at the SCORE web site at 7:30 a.m.
Deadline (11:59 p.m.) for seniors to select spring courses. The penalty for late selection is $10/day. Late seniors must submit worksheet in person to the Office of the Registrar.
SCORE web site reopens during the second week of final exams to allow for free course changes. SCORE closes for undergraduates on January 25 @ 11:59 p.m. Be sure to have your course changes approved by your academic adviser. Course changes without your adviser’s approval may put your graduation at risk.
Spring term classes begin.
SCORE reopens for another round of free add/drop. Be sure to have your course changes approved by your academic adviser. Course changes without your adviser's approval may put your graduation at risk. The deadline for free add/drop is February 15 @ 11:59 p.m.
After February 15, seniors wishing to drop courses must submit a Course Enrollment Worksheet signed by their Residential College Dean to the Office of the Registrar at 101 West College. If dropping a departmental course, the senior's departmental adviser must also sign off.
You will be charged $45 per course for changes to your spring term schedule.
Note: 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.