Online information sessions for incoming students continue this week

Departments within the College of Arts and Sciences will conduct online information sessions for incoming students this week. Students who miss live sessions can access session archives via the “First-Year Registration” item on the New Student Checklist.

The following sessions will be held this week:

  • Tuesday, June 2 – Arts & Sciences: Humanities featuring Jonathan Sadowsky, the Dr. Theodore J. Castele Associate Professor of Medical History and Chair in the history department, and Jim Sheeler, the Shirley Wormser Professor of Journalism and Media Writing in the English department.
  • Wednesday, June 25 – Arts & Sciences: Fine arts featuring David Rothenberg, associate professor of music, and Jeffrey Ullom, assistant professor of theater and director of undergraduate studies.
  • Thursday, June 26—Arts & Sciences: Social sciences featuring Lee Thompson, professor in the psychological sciences department, and Joseph White, the Luxenberg Family Professor of Public Policy.
  • Friday, June 27 – Arts & Sciences: Biological sciences featuring Christopher Cullis chair and the Francis Hobart Herrick Professor of Biology, and Richard Drushel, executive officer and instructor in the biology department.

The Office of Undergraduate Studies will host “Registration 102” on July 8 from 7 to 8 p.m. to address any last minute questions students may have in preparation for the registration period (July 10-15).

Students are invited to continue to send questions about registration to or call the Office of Undergraduate Studies directly at 216.368.2928