M 3/20/17: Registration for Fall 2017

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Registration for Fall 2017 courses begins on Monday March 20, 2017.

Registration can be an exciting and stressful time of the semester. Make sure you’re ready with these resources:

Prepare for Registration

Not sure where to start? Follow our steps to prepare for registration tutorial.

Incorporate Career Development

It’s never too early to start thinking about potential careers! The CCD put together a short video to help you create your CLAS Career Exploration Plan. Consider watching this video prior to meeting with your advisor about registration.

Need Help with Student Admin (PeopleSoft)?

For a great overview, watch the YouTube video covering How to Register for Classes.

Want one-on-one help? Visit the iCenter in Wilbur Cross.

Looking for General Psych II?

We have two versions of General Psych II, PSYC 1101 and 1103, and either satisfies the major requirement. At Storrs, PSYC 1101 is primarily being offered for non-majors; psychological sciences majors are strongly encouraged to take PSYC 1103. Get the full breakdown of our intro courses.

Ready for a PSYC Area IV Lab?

Due to the high demand of permission number requests for the PSYC Area IV Lab courses at Storrs, effective for Fall 2017 registration, we are implementing a request form. Please refer to the PSYC Lab Permission Number Request page for more information and the form.

Curious about other PSYC Courses?

Check out our Current Course Offerings page to get list of all of the PSYC courses being offered this Fall. Descriptions and information on the term typically offered can be found on our comprehensive Course Descriptions page.

Resolving Registration Difficulties

Sometimes registration doesn’t go as planned. Get back on track with these troubleshooting tips.

Want one-on-one help? Visit the iCenter in Wilbur Cross.