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UI-Integrate Self-Service: Registration Checklist 1. Meet with Your Adviser
 

Summary: UI-Integrate Self-Service: Registration Checklist
1. Meet with Your Adviser
! Academic advising is recommended for all students and is required in many programs.
! Discuss with your adviser alternative course selections in case your first choice offerings are full or unavailable to you.
! Complete the Schedule Planning Form (located in the back of the Class Schedule) as a guide.
2. Prepare for Enrollment Restrictions that May Be Placed by Departments
Consent Instructor/Authorization Required:
! If you plan to select courses requiring consent of instructor or departmental approval, contact the department offering
the course to obtain permission prior to registering via UI-Integrate Self-Service. Approval to register in Authorization
Only courses is entered into the UI-Integrate Self-Service system online by the department offering the course. You, in turn,
must register for the course using UI-Integrate Self-Service.
Independent Study Courses:
! Independent study courses require the instructor's permission before registering. If you select an independent study
course, obtain permission from the instructor prior to registering via UI-Integrate Self-Service.
Courses with Prerequisites:
! Many courses have prerequisites. The prerequisites are intended to help you succeed in the course. You are expected to
comply with them. You may be removed from a course for failure to comply with the prerequisites.
Courses with Restrictions:
! Some courses have restrictions which limit registration to students meeting certain criteria, e.g., college, curricula, year in
school, honors, or placement test scores. Many restrictions are computer controlled. You may be removed from a course if you

  

Source: Anastasio, Thomas J. - Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology & Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine