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Advising and Registration

Interim and Spring 2021

Registration for Interim 2021 and Spring 2021 begins in early November. We want you to be fully prepared prior to your registration day, so we’ve gathered some helpful hints, instructional materials, and important dates below to help. As always, if you have any questions during the advising and registration process, let us know at registrar@albright.edu.

Registration Dates

Registration for Interim 2021 and Spring 2021 will begin 7:30 AM on the days listed below for each group.

DateClass
Friday, November 6Seniors
Tuesday, November 10Juniors
Wednesday, November 11Sophomores
Friday, November 13Freshmen

 

Registration Information

You should register for courses via Self Service. If you have not registered for courses using Self Service, we encourage you to review the Self Service Registration instructions prior to registration.

You can view the section offerings either via a Section Search in Self Service or by reviewing the Master Course Schedule booklet

Your Adviser must authorize your Self Service account for you to register. Your Adviser is listed in Self Service at the bottom of your Course Schedule. If you have more than one Adviser, either one can authorize your registration. Because only your Adviser can authorize your registration, it is very important that your correct Adviser is listed in the system. If you are changing your Major and Adviser, you MUST follow the online process on our website to change your major.

You will not be able to register if there is a HOLD on your account.   Most HOLDS are for unpaid balances. You must contact the Student Accounts Office about these. There may also be a HOLD if you did not register for Housing for next year. You must contact the Residence Life Office about these.

Interim 2021

Students are permitted to enroll in 1-2 courses during the Interim semester. This is a separate semester from Spring semester and all courses will be offered online during the semester. Due to the accelerated nature of the courses, you should discuss your plans to enroll in 2 courses with your advisor prior to enrolling. If your advisor approves of you enrolling in 2 courses, your advisor should notify the Registrar’s Office at registrar@albright.edu.

Spring 2021

The semester is divided into two 7.5-week sessions. You should enroll in a maximum of 2 units per session with at least 2 units in the 1st session if you are receiving financial aid. As before, a “1” or a “2” in the section number for Spring semester courses denotes the session of the course. Please review the advanced search options explained below to help you find 1st and 2nd session courses.

Advanced Search in Self Service

Below are some brief videos demonstrating some of the advanced search features in Self Service. We hope you find these helpful to aid in your registration planning for spring semester. Although each video demonstrates one aspect of advanced search, you can combine any of the search criteria for a more useful search (e.g., online general education humanities courses during the 2nd session).

Search for Online Courses

To search for online courses, select Advanced Search. On the Advanced Search menu, select the Period (2021 Spring Semester), Session (01), and Course Type (Online Course).

Search for 1st Session Courses

To search for 1st Session courses, select Advanced Search. On the Advanced Search menu, select the Period (2021 Spring Semester), Session (01), and Ends By (April 6, 2021) to find courses that end during the first session.

Search for 2nd Session Courses

To search for 2nd Session courses, select Advanced Search. On the Advanced Search menu, select the Period (2021 Spring Semester), Session (01), and Starts From (April 8, 2021) to find courses that begin at the second session.

Search for General Education Courses

To search for general education courses, select Advanced Search. On the Advanced Search menu, select the Period (2021 Spring Semester), Session (01), and General Education (whatever you want to search for) to find courses that meet specific General Education requirements.