Registration January & Spring 2012

Are you eligible to register?

The following categories of students are eligible to register for January Interim and Spring 2012:

  1. All currently enrolled students, whether full time or part time. (Note: students who are dismissed for scholastic reasons at the end of Fall will have their registrations canceled if they are not reinstated by the Academic Review Board. Students on probation cannot early register for the January Interim until after Fall grades are posted. After Fall grades are posted, probationary students not dismissed will be able to register for January Interim on the first day of classes).
  2. Students who enrolled during Fall 2011.
  3. Students who have been admitted or readmitted for January Interim and Spring 2012.

Who do you contact to become eligible to register?

Students wishing to enter an undergraduate degree program:

Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Visitor Center, (309) 677-1000, www.admissions.bradley.edu

Non-degree seeking students without a bachelor’s degree wishing to attend full time or part time: Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Visitor Center, (309) 677-1000, www.admissions.bradley.edu. A form to apply as an undergraduate student-at-large can be found online at http://www.bradley.edu/admissions/non-degree/.

Qualified high-school students wishing to take undergraduate courses: Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Visitor Center, (309) 677-1000, www.admissions.bradley.edu. A form to apply as an undergraduate student-at-large can be found online at http://www.bradley.edu/admissions/non-degree/

Undergraduate students who have been dismissed for academic reasons: Chairperson, Academic Review Board, Sisson Hall, Room 103. (309) 677-2426. You must petition for reinstatement.

Students with bachelor’s degrees who wish to enter a graduate degree program or take undergraduate or graduate courses part time: The Graduate School, Bradley Hall, Room 200, (309) 677-2375, www.bradley.edu/academics/grad/admission_grad/.

Graduate students who have been dismissed: The Graduate School, Bradley Hall, Room 200, (309) 677-2375. You must petition for

reinstatement. Petitions may be obtained from the Graduate School or from www.bradley.edu/grad.

Students whose registration has been prevented by a campus office: Contact the office that prevented the registration.

Advising checklist for undergraduate students

Before your advising session:

  • Print a copy of your DARS report (degree audit), available online at http://webster.bradley.edu.
  • Use the Class Schedule Worksheet at http://www.bradley.edu/offices/academic/registrar/forms/ to help plan your schedule.
  • Determine any outstanding university and general education requirements.
  • Determine which major requirements are outstanding.
  • Determine if any courses you plan to take have prerequisites that you have not completed. Course descriptions and prerequisites are listed in the Bradley University catalogs. The most recent catalogs are available online at http://www.bradley.edu/pubs/undergrad.html and http://www.bradley.edu/pubs/gradcat.html.
  • Create at least two proposed schedules for the upcoming term, including alternate courses in case any of your preferred courses are closed.
  • Decide if you are comfortable with the course load and courses.
  • Develop a list of questions you would like to ask your advisor.
  • As you near graduation, determine the semester in which you plan to complete your degree.

During your advising session:

  • Clarify outstanding university, general education, and major requirements with your advisor.
  • Review your Degree Audit with your advisor. If an adjustment needs to be made, ask your advisor to submit a “Degree Audit Exception Form” to the Registrar’s Office. For example, this form may be used to assign approved transfer courses to major requirements or for approved course substitutions in major requirements. You must check your Degree Audit to confirm that the adjustment occurred.
  • Show your tentative schedule to your advisor, and ask your advisor for suggestions about alternate courses.
  • Have your list of questions for your advisor ready. If your advisor can’t answer a question, ask for a referral to another office or department. If possible, get the name of the person who might be able to answer your question.

Advisors-Undergraduate

Your advisor's name is also listed in Webster. Log in and go to the "Other" tab. Refer to the list below, if your advisor is not listed in Webster.

UNIVERSITY PROGRAM (UNV) Trillizio, Heitz 100 or call (309) 677-2420.

Academic Exploration Program Winkle, Heitz 100 • University Business See bulletin board Baker 209 • University Education & Health Science Trillizio • University Engineering & Technology Dutton, Jobst 125 • University Liberal Arts & Sciences McConnaughay, Bradley 226.

 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Interim Dean Scott (BAK 151) • Interim Associate Dean Showers (BAK 122) • Assistant to the Dean Crowe (BAK 123)

Accounting See department bulletin board—4th floor • Actuarial Science-Business Showers • UNV Business See bulletin board—Baker 209 • Business Management & Administration See department bulletin board—3rd floor • Co-op Program Harris, Smith • Economics See department bulletin board—2nd floor • Entrepreneurship Hills • International Business Griffin • Finance & Quantitative Methods See department bulletin board—2nd floor • Marketing See department bulletin board—4th floor • MIS See department bulletin board—3rd floor • Unclassified Business See department bulletin board—2nd floor.

 

COMMUNICATIONS & FINE ARTS Dean Huberman (GCC 100) • Associate Dean Lawrence (GCC 100).

Art Incoming transfer students See department chair • Art Education Brammeier • Art History Glover, Warwick • Art-Studio • Ceramics Dieffenbach • Drawing Gillespie • Graphic Design Rowe, Will • Painting Brammeier • Photography Samoylova Printmaking Gillespie • Sculpture Stolz Communication • Advertising Banning, Lawrence, Lee, Young • Incoming transfer students Gullifor • Journalism Dare, Netzley, Jones (Minors) Organizational Communication Kasch, Gabor • Public Relations Bashri, Koperski • Television Arts & Electronic Media Jacobs, Gullifor, Zohoori • Sports Communication Gullifor, Pratt • Unclassified Frazier Interactive Media Brown, Cavanah, McGill, Nelson • Music Vroman • Music Business Kelly • Music Composition Heinemann • Music Education (Instr., Vocal) Vroman, Walters • Music Performance Vroman • [All music majors will be assigned to an applied music teacher for advising. Transfer students should see department chair for assignment] • Theatre Arts • Acting Snyder, Rosson • Design Arnold, Lowell, Lohman • Directing Brown, Rosson • Literature Crouch • Management Brown

 

EDUCATION & HEALTH SCIENCES Dean J. Sattler (CPT) • Associate Dean Russell-Chapin (CPT)

Co-op Program EHS Staff HS R. Bertram • Dietetics Davidson, Newell • Early Childhood Education Antola Crowe, Arquette, Lee • Elementary Education Arquette, Britner, Finson, Grant, Hunzicker, Johnson, Kuester, Lukowiak, Olson, Nugent, Pardieck, Wolffe • Family and Consumer Sciences Randall • FCS Minor Choi • FCS-Secondary Education Randall • Foods and Nutrition Dallmeyer • Health Minor Russell-Chapin • Health Science R. Bertram, S. Bertram, Hall, Kelly, McGehee, Peterson, Pratt, Sparks, Strubhar, Tippett • Hospitality Leadership Wolfe • K-12 Education Anatola Crowe, Chrosniak • Leadership Studies Minor Russell-Chapin • Learning Behavior Specialist 1 Lee • Learning Behavior Specialist 1 Elementary Education Johnson, Kuester, Lee, Lukowiak • Nursing Brubaker for assignment • Retail Merchandising Brandes, Choi • Secondary Education Chrosniak, Grant, Kasambira, McMullen

 

ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Dean Johnson (JOB 124) • Associate Dean Emanuel (MOR 109A) • Assistant Dean Podlasek (JOB 124)

UNV Engineering Dutton • Civil Engineering Maillacheruvu • CE Environmental Fuessle • Construction Elhouar and Wolfe • Electrical Engineering Huggins • EE Computer Option Huggins • Engineering Physics Engdahl • Five-Year Program Cooperative Education (Appropriate Curriculum) Staff • Industrial Engineering Lin • Manufacturing Engineering Li • Manufacturing Engineering Technology Chen • Mechanical Engineering See department for assignment • Unclassified Engineering & Technology Dutton

 

LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES Dean Etaugh (BR 226) • Associate Dean McConnaughay (BR 226)

Co-op Program Smith • Actuarial Science-Math Hong, Quigg • African-American Studies Minors Jones • Asian Studies Minor Hogan • Biochemistry Fry, McQuade • Biology See department Chemistry Freshmen Field; Sophomores Flint; Juniors Bosma; Seniors Taylor • Chemistry Pre-Professional Andersh, Bosma, Moroz • Computer Information Systems Miller, Uskov • Computer Science Dolins, Miller, Tennyson • Minors Miller • Criminal Justice Studies Curtis, Scott, Williams, Zant • Economics See department bulletin board or BAK 209 • English See department secretary (BR 380) Environmental Science Biology Morris • Chemistry Taylor • Physics Lozano • French Hertich, Sconduto • German Sconduto • History Williams • Individualized Program Zant • International Studies C. Bukowski, J. Bukowski, Schopf, Tarzi • Latin American Studies Minor Cisneros • Mathematics Bedenikovic, Delgado, Kasube, Lang, McAsey, Mou, Xue, Nanyes, Quigg, Szeto, Sterling, Timm, Troutman • Medical Laboratory Sciences Fry • Philosophy Greene, Kelley, Niculescu • Physics Kimberlin • Political Science Aspin, Curtis, Dannehl, Gill, Gobeyn • Psychology See department or check the "Other" tab in Webster • Russian and East European Studies Minor C. Bukowski • Religious Studies Fuller, Getz, Zaborowski • Social Work Amos, Evens, Moody • Sociology See department secretary (BR 112) • Sociology Minors Hogan Spanish Cisneros, Harris, Kessler, Portocarrero • West European Studies Minor Staff • Women’s Studies Minor Robertson Secondary Teacher Preparation for LAS Biology Morris • Chemistry Behmke • English See department Web site • French Sconduto • German Sconduto Spanish Kessler • History Williams • Mathematics See department • Physics Kimberlin • Psychology See department • Social Science Hall, Crawford, Wojcikewych

Non Degree Seeking Undergraduate Students Undergraduate Admissions (Visitors Center)

Advisors-Graduate 

GRADUATE SCHOOL (GRD) Interim Dean Delgado (BR 200) • Interim Associate Dean Banning (BR 200)

Accounting J. Gillett • Art-MA or MFA Krainak • Biology Morris • Business Administration Gawor • Business Administration Executive Track Gawor • Chemistry/Biochemistry Bosma • Civil Engineering Schattler • Computer Science Liu, Park • Computer Information Systems Liu, Park • Clinical Mental Health Counseling Skaggs • Curriculum & Instruction Antola Crowe, Finson, Johnson • Educational Administration Tripses • Electrical Engineering Shastry • English Swafford, Moloney, Vickroy •

Environmental Science Education Wolffe • Finance Horvath • Human Service Administration Lucas Industrial Engineering Chen • Liberal Studies Taylor • Manufacturing Engineering Chen • Mechanical Engineering Kim • Non Degree Seeking Banning • Nursing Flannigan for assignment • Physical Therapy S. Bertram, Hall, Kelly, McGehee, Peterson, Pratt, Sparks, Strubhar, Tippett • Quantitative Finance Horvath • School Counseling Davison Avilés • STEM Education Wolffe

Early registration takes place November 3 – November 10, 2011

Undergraduate students register according to the timetable below, which is based on the number of semester hours you have actually earned at the time you register. Your current registration is not included. In some cases time slots are further broken down alphabetically by last name. You may register any time after the time listed.

Graduate students with 15 hours or more and new transfer students may register at any time beginning November 3 at 7:30 a.m.

Graduate students with fewer than 15 hours may register at any time beginning November 3 at 8:00 a.m.

Students new to Bradley University will receive their instructions on how and when to register at the time they are admitted.

Registration Hotline: (309) 677-3108 (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)  

 

Thursday, Nov. 3

 

 

Friday, Nov. 4

 

 

Monday, Nov. 7

 

 

 

Hours

Alphabet

Time

Hours

Alphabet

Time

Hours

Alphabet

Time

 

 

 

7:30

100

 

7:30

79-80

 

7:30

a.m.

 

 

8:00

99

 

8:00

77-78

 

8:00

 

120

R-Z

8:30

98

 

8:30

75-76

 

8:30

 

120

M-Q

9:00

97

N-Z

9:00

73-74

 

9:00

 

120

I-L

9:30

97

A-M

9:30

71-72

 

9:30

 

120

D-H

10:00

96

 

10:00

70

 

10:00

 

120

A-C

10:30

95

 

10:30

69

 

10:30

 

117-119

 

11:00

94

 

11:00

68

 

11:00

 

114-116

 

11:30

93

 

11:30

67

 

11:30

 

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:00

p.m.

 

 

12:30

 

 

12:30

 

 

12:30

 

112-113

 

1:00

92

 

1:00

66

R-Z

1:00

 

110-111

 

1:30

91

 

1:30

66

H-Q

1:30

 

108-109

 

2:00

90

 

2:00

66

A-G

2:00

 

106-107

 

2:30

89

 

2:30

65

 

2:30

 

104-105

 

3:00

87-88

 

3:00

64

 

3:00

 

103

 

3:30

85-86

 

3:30

63

 

3:30

 

102

 

4:00

83-84

 

4:00

62

 

4:00

 

101

 

4:30

81-82

 

4:30

61

 

4:30

 

Tuesday, Nov. 8

 

 

Wednesday, Nov. 9

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 10

 

 

 

Hours

Alphabet

Time

Hours

Alphabet

Time

Hours

Alphabet

Time

 

60

 

7:30

35

 

7:30

6

 

7:30

a.m.

59

 

8:00

34

 

8:00

4-5

 

8:00

 

58

 

8:30

33

 

8:30

3

L-M

8:30

 

56-57

 

9:00

32

 

9:00

3

A-K

9:00

 

54-55

 

9:30

31

M-Z

9:30

1-2

 

9:30

 

52-53

 

10:00

31

A-L

10:00

0

U-Z

10:00

 

50-51

 

10:30

30

 

10:30

0

T

10:30

 

48-49

 

11:00

29

 

11:00

0

S

11:00

 

46-47

 

11:30

28

 

11:30

0

R

11:30

 

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:00

p.m.

 

 

12:30

 

 

12:30

 

 

12:30

 

44-45

 

1:00

26-27

 

1:00

0

O-Q

1:00

 

42-43

 

1:30

24-25

 

1:30

0

M-N

1:30

 

41

 

2:00

20-23

 

2:00

0

K-L

2:00

 

40

 

2:30

16-19

 

2:30

0

I-J

2:30

 

39

 

3:00

13-15

 

3:00

0

G-H

3:00

 

38

 

3:30

11-12

 

3:30

0

E-F

3:30

 

37

 

4:00

9-10

 

4:00

0

C-D

4:00

 

36

 

4:30

7-8

 

4:30

0

A-B

4:30

 

Waitlists

For spring and fall semester early registration, Webster will offer the “waitlist” option for closed classes. As additional spaces become available in closed classes, students will be added to those classes in the order in which they were added to the waitlist. Webster will show the classes for which you are waitlisted in pink.  The waitlist is active only during early registration, November 3 – November 10, for the Spring 2012 semester. The total of classes registered for and on waitlists may not exceed 18 ½ semester hours. Waitlists are not maintained for the January Interim.

Student course load

Students may enroll in a maximum of semester hours as outlined in the catalog, http://www.bradley.edu/pubs/uc/intro/academicregs/rescredit.shtml.  Overloads are seldom granted in the January Interim because of the intensity of the courses. Such requests, however, need to be made in advance to the dean of your college.

View and pay bills online

Paper bills are no longer mailed. Students receive a message through their Bradley e-mail account notifying them when bills are available online.‚Ä©Students must go online and complete the process at MyBU.bradley.edu. If you have questions about paying bills online or creating third-party access, such as for parents, contact Student Fees at 309-677-3120 or visit http://sfs.bradley.edu/payment/online.

Adding & dropping classes—January & Spring

Once a student has registered for one or more classes, changes to that schedule (additions and deletions) may be made using Webster, the online registration system (http://webster.bradley.edu), until the deadlines specified below.

Students may drop any class by the deadlines listed in the table below. Each term has two drop deadlines. The first is the deadline to drop without a "W" on the transcript and the second is the deadline to drop with a "W" on the transcript. Classes dropped by the first deadline will not be part of the permanent record. Classes dropped by the second deadline will be recorded on the permanent record with the indication of “W” (withdrawn) together with the date. After these deadlines, the dean of the college in the student’s major field may, in cases of extreme hardship, authorize a student to withdraw from one or more, or all, courses. This action will be recorded on the student’s permanent record with the grade of “W” along with the withdrawal date. Please contact the Controller’s Office regarding any financial adjustments.

Students may add a class until the deadlines listed in the table below. The first is the deadline to add on Webster without special permission. The second is the deadline to add a class with special permission. To add with special permission, an undergraduate student must obtain a Late Add Request form and approval signatures from the academic advisor, the instructor of the class, the chair of the department offering the class, and the dean of the college. The dean of the college of the student's major, if first-time registration or re-registration (e.g. due to nonpayment). The dean of the college of the course, if adding a course to the current schedule.

A graduate student must obtain a Late Add Request form and the signatures of the graduate coordinator (or, for business only, the associate dean of the college), the instructor of the added class, the department chair for the added class, and the dean of the Graduate School.

Deadlines to add and drop individual classes

January Interim 2012

January 3, Tuesday                      Last day to add classes on Webster without special permission

January 4, Wednesday                  Last day to add classes with special permission

January 4, Wednesday                  Last day to drop classes without a “W” on transcript

January 10, Tuesday                     Last day to drop classes with a “W” on the transcript

 

Spring Semester 2012

January 27, Friday                  Last day to add classes on Webster without special permission

February 3, Friday                  Last day to add classes with special permission

February 3, Friday                  Last day to drop classes without a “W” on transcript

April 18, Wednesday                Last day to drop classes with a “W” on the transcript

Refund Policy

For the January Interim and Spring Semester, the full tuition will be refunded for an individual class according to the deadlines listed in the Controller’s website at http://sfs.bradley.edu/geninfo/billing/.  Housing fees are not refundable.

Complete Withdrawal

Interims and Summer Sessions

Students who wish to withdraw from all classes during Interims and Summer Sessions must drop those classes using Webster, the online registration system (webster.bradley.edu), by the deadlines listed in the table above. A student who withdraws from the university after the last day to drop without a “W” on the transcript will have all classes recorded with an indication of “W” (withdrawn) and the withdrawal date. After the final withdrawal deadline, the dean of the college in which a student is majoring may, in cases of extreme hardship, authorize a student to withdraw from one or more, or all, courses. This action will be recorded on the student’s permanent record with a grade of “W” together with the withdrawal date.

Tuition will be refunded for an individual class according to the deadlines listed in the Controller’s website at http://sfs.bradley.edu/geninfo/billing/.

Fall or Spring Semesters

a. Undergraduate students who have not claimed their classes and who wish to withdraw from all classes in which they are registered should drop those courses using Webster, the online registration system (webster.bradley.edu).

b. After classes begin, undergraduate students registered for 12 or more semester hours who wish to withdraw from all classes in which they are registered should initiate a Request to Withdraw at the Center for Student Support Services in Sisson Hall 101 (677-3658). The need for exit interviews will be determined, and the Center will complete the processing of the withdrawal through appropriate administration offices.

c. If a refund is in order, it will be audited and a check will be mailed. No refunds will be issued to the student in person. For the rate of refunds, see below. Please allow six weeks for receipt of a refund to allow for an audit in the Controller’s Office.

d. A student who withdraws from the university during the third through the twelfth week of classes will have all classes recorded with the indication of “W” (withdrawn) and the withdrawal date.

e. After the twelfth week of classes, the dean of the college in which a student is majoring may, in cases of extreme hardship, authorize a student to withdraw from one or more, or all, courses. This action will be recorded on the student’s permanent record with a “W” together with the withdrawal date.

f. Graduate students who have not claimed their classes and who wish to withdraw from all classes in which they are registered should drop those courses using Webster, the online registration system (webster.bradley.edu). A student who withdraws from the university during the third through the twelfth week of classes will have all classes recorded with the indication of “W” (withdrawn) and the withdrawal date on the permanent record.

Tuition will be refunded for an individual class according to the deadlines listed in the Controller’s website at http://sfs.bradley.edu/geninfo/billing/.

A student who does not officially withdraw from the university by following the procedure outlined above, and fails to complete the semester, is not entitled to a refund of any kind and the instructor in each course in which the student is enrolled is required to report a final grade of “F” to the Registrar.