Registrar's Office offers tips for a successful semester
11:53 a.m., Aug. 27, 2013--For new and returning students, the Registrar's Office offers a recap of some of its services as the new academic year begins.
"Our office staff is here to help you with everything from a PIN re-set, to supporting your registration and advisement tools, to eventually providing you with your official transcript and diploma," said Jeff Palmer, University registrar.
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Following are some tips for a successful first semester:
UDSIS -- The UD Student Information System
Login to view your schedule, up-to-date classroom location information, learn who your assigned adviser is and more. For help with UDSIS and to watch UDSIS tutorials, view details on the office's website.
It is important for new students to review the Academic Calendar and to be aware of pertinent dates and deadlines for the upcoming semester, such as the deadlines for free drop/add and academic penalty and registration dates for upcoming terms.
During the first 10 days of classes, you can adjust your schedule online through UDSIS/WebReg. Classes that are closed may not be added online: A Course Permit form would have to be submitted to request special permission.
If you have any questions about your classes or requirements, please don’t hesitate to contact your adviser, refer to advising resources or contact the assistant dean of your college. There are faculty and staff available to answer your advisement questions.
Registrar’s Office website
The Registrar's Office is located in the University Visitors Center at 210 South College Ave., and staff are available to assist you from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. The office's website offers information about all services, tutorials, Help docs and more.