Preparing for Course Registration
We want to help you understand your course schedule requirements before you register. So, review this information before you arrive on campus. For specific program requirements on your major, visit: www.wsc.edu/programs
Your Course Schedule
Classes are held on a semester basis (August-December and January-May). Students select new classes each semester. The registration schedule is new each semester and found on our website. It will tell you when it’s your turn to register based on the number of credit hours you have completed so far. Schedules are available at www.wsc.edu/records-registration.
Transfer of College Courses
Classes taken before you register, including dual credit courses taken in high school or at another college/university, may transfer to WSC. To receive credit, you need to request the credit granting college/university to send an official transcript to the Admissions Office. An evaluation of your credit will be completed at that time and the results will be posted to your WildcatsOnline student account.
You may wish to consider the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) to earn college credit without taking classes if you have strong background in a subject or wish to study to pass a CLEP exam. There is a fee for the exam, but no additional charge for credit hours received.
Be sure to mention your participation in the Honors Program to your advisor for proper course placement.
All students are required to complete the same General Studies classes. Students can declare a major or change majors while continuing to complete classes toward graduation.
Advanced Placement (AP)
Students may be awarded college credit on the basis of scores earned on the College Entrance Examination Board tests. Grades of 3, 4, or 5 may receive credit on corresponding college classes. Please send official AP scores to receive credit.
Students may need to consider athletic participation, Marching Band, Choir or part-time jobs when selecting classes. Please talk to your advisor about scheduling conflicts.
- Courses numbered 100-199 are typically for freshmen and sophomores.
- Courses numbered 200-499 are typically for sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
- Courses numbered above 500 are for graduate students.
- Students work with academic advisors to select appropriate courses for the first semester depending on student major and/or academic interest.
- The number of credit hours assigned to a class represents the number of hours a student spends in the classroom each week.
- Students should plan to spend two hours or more per week outside of class for each hour enrolled to prepare for the class and complete class assignments.
- Every class will have a list of course deadlines, requirements, grading, and attendance policies called a syllabus, which is shared at the beginning of each semester
Math Placement Test Available (not required)
During registration, students will be placed in appropriate mathematics courses based on ACT Math scores.