FAQs About NSR
When does the program begin and end?
New Student Registration begins at 9 a.m. and will conclude at 3 p.m. or thereafter.
Will the person who assists me be my permanent advisor?
Not necessarily. We have advisors available for these particular summer programs. That person may or may not be your permanent advisor. You will be notified of who your permanent advisor is shortly after classes begin.
How will I decide what classes to register for?
If you have selected a major, it is likely there will be one or more courses in the major that you will want to take. In a few majors, it is necessary you take the recommended courses in order to ensure completion of that major in a timely manner. The advisor assisting you will guide you through your course selection.
How many credits should I register for?
On average, students take 12-15 credit hours - typically four or five courses. Being a full-time student at WSC requires a minimum of 12 credit hours, which is also a requirement of most forms of federal financial aid and athletic scholarships.
If I drop a class, will it affect my financial aid?
If you drop a class during the first week of classes, you will not be charged and your financial aid will be adjusted accordingly. If the class is dropped after that, financial aid may not be adjusted. However, students may lose aid for the next semester depending on how many hours were successfully completed.
What classes are available for Fall 2019?
The official 2019 fall class schedule is available at www.wsc.edu/records-registration
Can I review course descriptions now?
Yes. There are course descriptions available online. You can view descriptions by browsing our online catalog at www.wsc.edu/catalog
What is general education and why do I have to take it?
General education classes are required for all students regardless of the major you choose. This includes classes in many different subjects. Talk to your advisor to learn more about your choices.
What do I do if I have completed college credit?
Be sure to mention that to your advisor during course registration. Have an idea of what classes they were and where you received the credit from. Also, request official transcripts be sent to our Admissions Office so that credit can be officially evaluated and possibly be applied to your program of study.
What is eCampus?
The eCampus website is the official student portal where you will essentially conduct all of your business as a student. eCampus includes student account billing, access to your class schedule, student email, and other important student account information.
What should I bring the day I register for classes?
Be sure to bring a legal form of identification for when you take your photo ID. Prepare to smile! Also, because its summer and we want you to be comfortable, our facilities can be a little on the chilly side. Keep that in mind while planning what to wear.
What are the requirements if I received the Neihardt Scholarship?
Neihardt scholars should take three hours of honors courses per term to complete the honors requirements of the scholarship in a timely fashion. For example, a student should take one three-hour honors general education course his or her first semester. During the second semester, he or she should take another three-hour general education course, plus one hour of IDS Shapers of the Modern Mind course. Students should try to complete the 12 hours of honors' general education courses during their freshman and sophomore years. Students can enroll in the three one-hour IDS courses as their schedule allows.
What are the requirements if I am in the Honors Program?
Students participating in the Honors Program should take three hours of honors general education courses per term during their freshman and sophomore years. During their junior year, students should enroll in Honors 395 project. Students complete the Honors 499 project during their senior year.
What are the requirements if I am a student athlete?
NCAA bylaws require you be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours in each regular term (i.e., fall and spring semesters) to be permitted to compete or even practice. There will be a hold placed on your account that will prevent you from making any changes to your academic schedule unless you first receive permission from assistant athletic director Linda Anderson. This hold exists to ensure that you do not fall below 12 credit hours and/or potentially put yourself in a position to risk your ongoing athletic eligibility per NCAA bylaws.
Can I purchase books the day I register?
Yes, you can purchase your books in store or online at waynestatecollege.bkstr.com. Visit with our bookstore staff the day you register to learn more!
Will lunch be available during the day?
You bet! You get the opportunity to experience the best in college campus dining. You are in for a treat! Students will eat for free. Families and guests can eat for an affordable $7, and that’s all you can eat, can you believe that?
I'm extremely excited to be a Wildcat. Is that okay?
The feeling of finally embracing what it means to be a Wildcat and loving all things black and gold is completely normal. We want you to go all in, and be confident in your decision. We will work every day to keep you mindful of why you chose us, so thank you for that by the way. We know you’re going to love it here!
I'm so excited I just realized I don't even know the mascot's name!
Don't worry, we've got you! His name is Willy, and you will see him around a lot. Maybe if you're lucky, you might even take a picture with him, you know, for sharing purposes.