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Minggu, 08 Mei 2016

DEADLINE: for dropping a course

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The deadline to drop a course from your Fall 2015 program is next Tuesday, October 13 at 4:30 p.m.

You can not do this online.  To drop a course from your current program, you must pick up a drop form from the Registrar's office (107 Milbank), complete it, have your adviser sign it, then submit it back to the Registrar's office. The course will then be removed completely from your Fall 2015 program.

If you are considering the idea of dropping a course, talk to your adviser and/or your class dean before making the decision, to ensure that you've considered all of your options. Also, remember that you must be working toward the completion of at least 12 points of credit this semester; if dropping a course would leave you with less than 12 credits and yet seems like your only option, you must see the First-Year Class Dean for special permission, which is given only in extraordinary circumstances.

Note: The deadlines for declaring the "pass/d/fail option" for a course or for withdrawing from a course (which is different from dropping because the course stays on your transcript) are much later in the semester, and the FY Class Dean will go over those policies and procedures at the program planning meetings in mid-October.

The deadline to drop a course from your Fall 2015 program is next Tuesday, October 13 at 4:30 p.m.

You can not do this online.  To drop a course from your current program, you must pick up a drop form from the Registrar's office (107 Milbank), complete it, have your adviser sign it, then submit it back to the Registrar's office. The course will then be removed completely from your Fall 2015 program.

If you are considering the idea of dropping a course, talk to your adviser and/or your class dean before making the decision, to ensure that you've considered all of your options. Also, remember that you must be working toward the completion of at least 12 points of credit this semester; if dropping a course would leave you with less than 12 credits and yet seems like your only option, you must see the First-Year Class Dean for special permission, which is given only in extraordinary circumstances.

Note: The deadlines for declaring the "pass/d/fail option" for a course or for withdrawing from a course (which is different from dropping because the course stays on your transcript) are much later in the semester, and the FY Class Dean will go over those policies and procedures at the program planning meetings in mid-October.

The deadline to drop a course from your Fall 2015 program is next Tuesday, October 13 at 4:30 p.m.

You can not do this online.  To drop a course from your current program, you must pick up a drop form from the Registrar's office (107 Milbank), complete it, have your adviser sign it, then submit it back to the Registrar's office. The course will then be removed completely from your Fall 2015 program.

If you are considering the idea of dropping a course, talk to your adviser and/or your class dean before making the decision, to ensure that you've considered all of your options. Also, remember that you must be working toward the completion of at least 12 points of credit this semester; if dropping a course would leave you with less than 12 credits and yet seems like your only option, you must see the First-Year Class Dean for special permission, which is given only in extraordinary circumstances.

Note: The deadlines for declaring the "pass/d/fail option" for a course or for withdrawing from a course (which is different from dropping because the course stays on your transcript) are much later in the semester, and the FY Class Dean will go over those policies and procedures at the program planning meetings in mid-October.

Senin, 02 Mei 2016

Filing Your Fall 2015 Program of Courses if You Missed the Deadline

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The deadline to file an adviser-approved fall 2015 program of courses was Friday, Sept 18th.

If you missed the deadline....



Don't panic!  

That said, you will need to get your fall courses approved ASAP and will be charged progressively increasing late fees, so:
  1. Print out your advance program from myBarnard (write in any classes you meant to add; cross out any classes you meant to remove).
  2. Contact your adviser and ask him/her to sign the printout indicating his/her approval.
  3. Bring this signed paper to the Registrar's office in 107 Milbank
  4. Add "First-Year Deadlines" to your gBear calendar and setup email reminders so you won't miss the next deadline.

The deadline to file an adviser-approved fall 2015 program of courses was Friday, Sept 18th.

If you missed the deadline....



Don't panic!  

That said, you will need to get your fall courses approved ASAP and will be charged progressively increasing late fees, so:
  1. Print out your advance program from myBarnard (write in any classes you meant to add; cross out any classes you meant to remove).
  2. Contact your adviser and ask him/her to sign the printout indicating his/her approval.
  3. Bring this signed paper to the Registrar's office in 107 Milbank
  4. Add "First-Year Deadlines" to your gBear calendar and setup email reminders so you won't miss the next deadline.

The deadline to file an adviser-approved fall 2015 program of courses was Friday, Sept 18th.

If you missed the deadline....



Don't panic!  

That said, you will need to get your fall courses approved ASAP and will be charged progressively increasing late fees, so:
  1. Print out your advance program from myBarnard (write in any classes you meant to add; cross out any classes you meant to remove).
  2. Contact your adviser and ask him/her to sign the printout indicating his/her approval.
  3. Bring this signed paper to the Registrar's office in 107 Milbank
  4. Add "First-Year Deadlines" to your gBear calendar and setup email reminders so you won't miss the next deadline.

Jumat, 29 April 2016

DEADLINE: finalizing your Fall 2015 program

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The deadline to finalize your Fall 2015 academic program is this Friday, September 18.

That means...
  • The "List of Courses" under your Fall 2015 tab in myBarnard should reflect all courses that you are taking for credit this semester, including any P.E., Dance technique, Varsity sport, or performance course for which you will earn credit this semester. If you are unable to add a course that you know that you are in, or if you are unable to drop a course from your program that you will not be taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office (107 Milbank, registrar@barnard.edu). 
    • Remember that a credit for a P.E. course, Dance technique course, or Varsity sport will appear after the program filing deadline (if the course is eligible for a point of credit for the P.E. requirement). During the third week of courses, the credit for the class will change from 0 to 1, and your total credits will adjust accordingly as well.
    • If you are enrolling in courses that require enrollment in discussion sections or labs that have separate course numbers and call numbers, those additional parts of your program should also appear in your "List of Courses," even though they may not carry additional credits.
      • Friday, September 18, is the last day on which you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (you can obtain a petition and learn procedures at the Registrar's office), and a late add fee may be charged.
      • Friday, September 18, is also the deadline for your adviser to submit approval online for your fall program. So be sure that you have taken steps ahead of time to schedule a meeting with your adviser before the deadline, and do not wait until the end of the day on Friday to ask for a meeting or for approval.
      • Please remember that, if your program is not finalized and approved by your adviser by the end of the day on Friday, you will be charged a late fee, which will become progressively higher for each day past the deadline.
      Until the program filing deadline, your Courseworks page may not look exactly like your myBarnard page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear from Courseworks. But your Courseworks page will catch up with your myBarnard enrollments. The most important thing this week is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your myBarnard Fall 2015 page.

        The deadline to finalize your Fall 2015 academic program is this Friday, September 18.

        That means...
        • The "List of Courses" under your Fall 2015 tab in myBarnard should reflect all courses that you are taking for credit this semester, including any P.E., Dance technique, Varsity sport, or performance course for which you will earn credit this semester. If you are unable to add a course that you know that you are in, or if you are unable to drop a course from your program that you will not be taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office (107 Milbank, registrar@barnard.edu). 
          • Remember that a credit for a P.E. course, Dance technique course, or Varsity sport will appear after the program filing deadline (if the course is eligible for a point of credit for the P.E. requirement). During the third week of courses, the credit for the class will change from 0 to 1, and your total credits will adjust accordingly as well.
          • If you are enrolling in courses that require enrollment in discussion sections or labs that have separate course numbers and call numbers, those additional parts of your program should also appear in your "List of Courses," even though they may not carry additional credits.
            • Friday, September 18, is the last day on which you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (you can obtain a petition and learn procedures at the Registrar's office), and a late add fee may be charged.
            • Friday, September 18, is also the deadline for your adviser to submit approval online for your fall program. So be sure that you have taken steps ahead of time to schedule a meeting with your adviser before the deadline, and do not wait until the end of the day on Friday to ask for a meeting or for approval.
            • Please remember that, if your program is not finalized and approved by your adviser by the end of the day on Friday, you will be charged a late fee, which will become progressively higher for each day past the deadline.
            Until the program filing deadline, your Courseworks page may not look exactly like your myBarnard page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear from Courseworks. But your Courseworks page will catch up with your myBarnard enrollments. The most important thing this week is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your myBarnard Fall 2015 page.

              The deadline to finalize your Fall 2015 academic program is this Friday, September 18.

              That means...
              • The "List of Courses" under your Fall 2015 tab in myBarnard should reflect all courses that you are taking for credit this semester, including any P.E., Dance technique, Varsity sport, or performance course for which you will earn credit this semester. If you are unable to add a course that you know that you are in, or if you are unable to drop a course from your program that you will not be taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office (107 Milbank, registrar@barnard.edu). 
                • Remember that a credit for a P.E. course, Dance technique course, or Varsity sport will appear after the program filing deadline (if the course is eligible for a point of credit for the P.E. requirement). During the third week of courses, the credit for the class will change from 0 to 1, and your total credits will adjust accordingly as well.
                • If you are enrolling in courses that require enrollment in discussion sections or labs that have separate course numbers and call numbers, those additional parts of your program should also appear in your "List of Courses," even though they may not carry additional credits.
                  • Friday, September 18, is the last day on which you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (you can obtain a petition and learn procedures at the Registrar's office), and a late add fee may be charged.
                  • Friday, September 18, is also the deadline for your adviser to submit approval online for your fall program. So be sure that you have taken steps ahead of time to schedule a meeting with your adviser before the deadline, and do not wait until the end of the day on Friday to ask for a meeting or for approval.
                  • Please remember that, if your program is not finalized and approved by your adviser by the end of the day on Friday, you will be charged a late fee, which will become progressively higher for each day past the deadline.
                  Until the program filing deadline, your Courseworks page may not look exactly like your myBarnard page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear from Courseworks. But your Courseworks page will catch up with your myBarnard enrollments. The most important thing this week is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your myBarnard Fall 2015 page.

                    Selasa, 26 April 2016

                    FAQ: joining a P.E. class after the lottery placements

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                    If the P.E. lottery does not result in a placement for you, or if you did not enter the lottery in time but now wish to join a P.E. class, you can do two things next week to try to secure a place in a course:
                    1. Visit the P.E. Department (200 Barnard Annex) to see what classes still have space available after the lottery placements and/or
                    2. Visit individual P.E. classes (meeting times and places are posted in the online Directory of Courses) to see if space is, or may become, available.
                    Note: Any classes missed will count as absences, even if you join a class later in the week, and the number of allowable absences in a P.E. class is fixed and firm. So visit the department and/or classes as soon as possible to see where you can find a spot.


                    If the P.E. lottery does not result in a placement for you, or if you did not enter the lottery in time but now wish to join a P.E. class, you can do two things next week to try to secure a place in a course:
                    1. Visit the P.E. Department (200 Barnard Annex) to see what classes still have space available after the lottery placements and/or
                    2. Visit individual P.E. classes (meeting times and places are posted in the online Directory of Courses) to see if space is, or may become, available.
                    Note: Any classes missed will count as absences, even if you join a class later in the week, and the number of allowable absences in a P.E. class is fixed and firm. So visit the department and/or classes as soon as possible to see where you can find a spot.


                    If the P.E. lottery does not result in a placement for you, or if you did not enter the lottery in time but now wish to join a P.E. class, you can do two things next week to try to secure a place in a course:
                    1. Visit the P.E. Department (200 Barnard Annex) to see what classes still have space available after the lottery placements and/or
                    2. Visit individual P.E. classes (meeting times and places are posted in the online Directory of Courses) to see if space is, or may become, available.
                    Note: Any classes missed will count as absences, even if you join a class later in the week, and the number of allowable absences in a P.E. class is fixed and firm. So visit the department and/or classes as soon as possible to see where you can find a spot.

                    Jumat, 22 April 2016

                    Your Fall Program: lottery for Physical Education courses

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                    The P.E. lottery opens at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, September 8, and closes at 12:00 noon on Friday, September 11. 

                    To review the instructions for enrolling in a P.E. course, click here to review the instructions posted last week during Orientation.

                    At 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 11, the results of the lottery will be posted in the same area of myBarnard, in the form of rosters for the various P.E. classes. Search for your name to find your placement in a class.  Don't forget: the lottery gives you permission to add the class; it does not add it for you -- you will still need to add the class on myBarnard using the call number, just like all your other classes.

                    Important Reminder:  you will need to attend the first day of your PE class to claim your spot.  If your observance of a religious holiday makes this impossible, please email your instructor before class.

                    Any questions about your placement by the lottery should be directed to the P.E. department (200 Barnard Annex).

                    Note: Depending on your particular selections in the lottery and the demand for particular classes this year, there is a chance that the lottery will not place you in a class. If that happens, you may still pursue enrollment in a P.E. class by (a) visiting the P.E. department on Monday, September 14, to find out which classes still have space available and/or (b) visiting the first meeting of a class on Monday or Tuesday to see if space is or becomes available.  If neither of these works, you should plan to enter the P.E. lottery for spring 2016.

                    Remember that you will need to add the P.E. class to your List of Courses before your adviser submits her/his final approval on your fall program. Note: When first added to your myBarnard program, the course will appear with 0 credit, but after the program filing deadline has passed, the Registrar's office will review programs to adjust for P.E. and Dance technique credits, and the credit will be added to your program.

                    The P.E. lottery opens at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, September 8, and closes at 12:00 noon on Friday, September 11. 

                    To review the instructions for enrolling in a P.E. course, click here to review the instructions posted last week during Orientation.

                    At 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 11, the results of the lottery will be posted in the same area of myBarnard, in the form of rosters for the various P.E. classes. Search for your name to find your placement in a class.  Don't forget: the lottery gives you permission to add the class; it does not add it for you -- you will still need to add the class on myBarnard using the call number, just like all your other classes.

                    Important Reminder:  you will need to attend the first day of your PE class to claim your spot.  If your observance of a religious holiday makes this impossible, please email your instructor before class.

                    Any questions about your placement by the lottery should be directed to the P.E. department (200 Barnard Annex).

                    Note: Depending on your particular selections in the lottery and the demand for particular classes this year, there is a chance that the lottery will not place you in a class. If that happens, you may still pursue enrollment in a P.E. class by (a) visiting the P.E. department on Monday, September 14, to find out which classes still have space available and/or (b) visiting the first meeting of a class on Monday or Tuesday to see if space is or becomes available.  If neither of these works, you should plan to enter the P.E. lottery for spring 2016.

                    Remember that you will need to add the P.E. class to your List of Courses before your adviser submits her/his final approval on your fall program. Note: When first added to your myBarnard program, the course will appear with 0 credit, but after the program filing deadline has passed, the Registrar's office will review programs to adjust for P.E. and Dance technique credits, and the credit will be added to your program.

                    The P.E. lottery opens at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, September 8, and closes at 12:00 noon on Friday, September 11. 

                    To review the instructions for enrolling in a P.E. course, click here to review the instructions posted last week during Orientation.

                    At 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 11, the results of the lottery will be posted in the same area of myBarnard, in the form of rosters for the various P.E. classes. Search for your name to find your placement in a class.  Don't forget: the lottery gives you permission to add the class; it does not add it for you -- you will still need to add the class on myBarnard using the call number, just like all your other classes.

                    Important Reminder:  you will need to attend the first day of your PE class to claim your spot.  If your observance of a religious holiday makes this impossible, please email your instructor before class.

                    Any questions about your placement by the lottery should be directed to the P.E. department (200 Barnard Annex).

                    Note: Depending on your particular selections in the lottery and the demand for particular classes this year, there is a chance that the lottery will not place you in a class. If that happens, you may still pursue enrollment in a P.E. class by (a) visiting the P.E. department on Monday, September 14, to find out which classes still have space available and/or (b) visiting the first meeting of a class on Monday or Tuesday to see if space is or becomes available.  If neither of these works, you should plan to enter the P.E. lottery for spring 2016.

                    Remember that you will need to add the P.E. class to your List of Courses before your adviser submits her/his final approval on your fall program. Note: When first added to your myBarnard program, the course will appear with 0 credit, but after the program filing deadline has passed, the Registrar's office will review programs to adjust for P.E. and Dance technique credits, and the credit will be added to your program.

                    Selasa, 19 April 2016

                    Repost: Enrolling in Dance Technique Courses

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                    Title: Repost: Enrolling in Dance Technique Courses
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                    Important reminder:  Unlike PE classes, Dance Technique classes begin the first week of classes.




                    If you indicated during the summer your plan to enroll in a Dance technique course, we have notified the Dance department of your interest in the particular class that you chose. While this notification will not necessarily guarantee you a place in the class, you may be given priority over students who did not indicate interest in advance.  Note:  Even if you indicated your interest in a particular Dance technique class over the summer, you are not yet officially enrolled in the course; you must follow the instructions below to secure a place and to enroll in the course. If, on your summer program form, you did not indicate a plan to enroll in a Dance course but would now like to do so, you may try to enroll in one by following the instructions below.




                    In order to enroll in a Dance technique course, you must do the following:

                    • Attend the first two class meetings. You can find the schedule for all Dance technique courses here in the Dance department’s section of online Directory of Courses. During the first class, the instructor may hold brief placement auditions to determine whether you are at the right level for the class.
                    • After your placement has been confirmed,  add the 5-digit call number for the course to your myBarnard program. The Dance course must be listed as part of your final program on myBarnard as approved by your adviser, or you will not receive credit for the course. If you add the Dance course after your adviser has approved your program, you must ask your adviser to re-approve your program.
                    • Satisfactory completion of a Dance technique class this semester will fulfill the one-semester Physical Education requirement and will earn you one point of degree credit. Barnard requires every student to complete at least one semester of Physical Education or Dance technique by the end of her first year.
                    If you indicated that you plan to take a Dance technique course, but you would like to take a fall-semester Physical Education class instead (or in addition to a Dance class), space permitting, you may do so either by signing up for the online lottery on myBarnard (see instructions on this FY Blog) or by attending the first meeting of the P.E. course.



                    Note: The credit for a Dance technique class will not appear on your myBarnard program until after the program filing deadline has passed (i.e., the week of September 18). 

                    enrolling in Dance technique courses1


                    Important reminder:  Unlike PE classes, Dance Technique classes begin the first week of classes.




                    If you indicated during the summer your plan to enroll in a Dance technique course, we have notified the Dance department of your interest in the particular class that you chose. While this notification will not necessarily guarantee you a place in the class, you may be given priority over students who did not indicate interest in advance.  Note:  Even if you indicated your interest in a particular Dance technique class over the summer, you are not yet officially enrolled in the course; you must follow the instructions below to secure a place and to enroll in the course. If, on your summer program form, you did not indicate a plan to enroll in a Dance course but would now like to do so, you may try to enroll in one by following the instructions below.




                    In order to enroll in a Dance technique course, you must do the following:

                    • Attend the first two class meetings. You can find the schedule for all Dance technique courses here in the Dance department’s section of online Directory of Courses. During the first class, the instructor may hold brief placement auditions to determine whether you are at the right level for the class.
                    • After your placement has been confirmed,  add the 5-digit call number for the course to your myBarnard program. The Dance course must be listed as part of your final program on myBarnard as approved by your adviser, or you will not receive credit for the course. If you add the Dance course after your adviser has approved your program, you must ask your adviser to re-approve your program.
                    • Satisfactory completion of a Dance technique class this semester will fulfill the one-semester Physical Education requirement and will earn you one point of degree credit. Barnard requires every student to complete at least one semester of Physical Education or Dance technique by the end of her first year.
                    If you indicated that you plan to take a Dance technique course, but you would like to take a fall-semester Physical Education class instead (or in addition to a Dance class), space permitting, you may do so either by signing up for the online lottery on myBarnard (see instructions on this FY Blog) or by attending the first meeting of the P.E. course.



                    Note: The credit for a Dance technique class will not appear on your myBarnard program until after the program filing deadline has passed (i.e., the week of September 18). 

                    enrolling in Dance technique courses1


                    Important reminder:  Unlike PE classes, Dance Technique classes begin the first week of classes.




                    If you indicated during the summer your plan to enroll in a Dance technique course, we have notified the Dance department of your interest in the particular class that you chose. While this notification will not necessarily guarantee you a place in the class, you may be given priority over students who did not indicate interest in advance.  Note:  Even if you indicated your interest in a particular Dance technique class over the summer, you are not yet officially enrolled in the course; you must follow the instructions below to secure a place and to enroll in the course. If, on your summer program form, you did not indicate a plan to enroll in a Dance course but would now like to do so, you may try to enroll in one by following the instructions below.




                    In order to enroll in a Dance technique course, you must do the following:

                    • Attend the first two class meetings. You can find the schedule for all Dance technique courses here in the Dance department’s section of online Directory of Courses. During the first class, the instructor may hold brief placement auditions to determine whether you are at the right level for the class.
                    • After your placement has been confirmed,  add the 5-digit call number for the course to your myBarnard program. The Dance course must be listed as part of your final program on myBarnard as approved by your adviser, or you will not receive credit for the course. If you add the Dance course after your adviser has approved your program, you must ask your adviser to re-approve your program.
                    • Satisfactory completion of a Dance technique class this semester will fulfill the one-semester Physical Education requirement and will earn you one point of degree credit. Barnard requires every student to complete at least one semester of Physical Education or Dance technique by the end of her first year.
                    If you indicated that you plan to take a Dance technique course, but you would like to take a fall-semester Physical Education class instead (or in addition to a Dance class), space permitting, you may do so either by signing up for the online lottery on myBarnard (see instructions on this FY Blog) or by attending the first meeting of the P.E. course.



                    Note: The credit for a Dance technique class will not appear on your myBarnard program until after the program filing deadline has passed (i.e., the week of September 18).