Continuing students have the opportunity to register for spring semester classes midway through the fall semester. Priority registration times are provided for students enrolled in the current semester. All first-year students meet with their assigned advisor and map out a course schedule that continues the first year writing and math sequences, and other general education or major pre-requisite courses. Students also have the opportunity to tentatively plan for summer courses if interested, and devise a preliminary plan for their second year.
As in fall, first-year students typically take between 12 — 16 credits hours in their spring semester. Supplemental class sessions are available to students needing more personalized assistance to be successful in their writing, math, and science courses.
Additional academic support is also available through the Center for Teaching and Learning (The Learning Hub), and the Brookens Library.