Summer Session 2 Classes Begin
Summer Session 2 Last Day to Add/Drop
June 13-14, 17-18, 19-20, 21-22
New Student Orientation Sessions
Summer Session 2 Last Day for Course Withdrawal
Summer Session 2, Classes End
Summer Session 3 Classes Begin
Summer Session 3 Last Day to Add/Drop
Summer Session 3 Last Day for Course Withdrawal
Summer Session Ends
Fall Semester Readmission Application Deadline
New Core Curriculum for Students Entering 2012 and 2013
The faculty recently approved changes in the General Education Program to begin with the addition of a foreign language competency
requirement in the Fall of 2013. A new general education program, the Core Curriculum, will be put in place for students entering
Fall 2013. Please refer to the Core Curriculum links for further details.
Fall Readmission Deadline !!
Students seeking readmission after withdrawing from SNC or stopping out for more than 1 semester need to apply by August 1st.
For more information on readmission click on the READMISSION LINK or contact the Admissions or Registrar's Office for details.
J-Term / Spring 2014 Tentative Timetable of Classes Now Available !!
The lists of 2014
Spring courses are now available in pdf format on the Registrar Office Timetable page.
Need Help Registering for Classes ? Need Help with Waitlisting ?
Are you new to KnightLine Registration ? Just need a quick refresher ? Review our
Registration PowerPoint (Office 2007 or earlier)
now or check out our Waitlist Powerpoint.
Students with Mac's or those prefering to view via pdf can visit the Registrar Resources Link under the Registration & Advisement section.
Navigating Closed Courses - Information on Waitlists
When a course closes in KnightLine, a student will now receive an error message that the course is full and they will be
informed of the number of students on the waitlist. They then have the opportunity to add the waitlist. No more checking KnightLine
hourly or daily to see if a seat is now available. Waitlists have a default prioritization of class order and then date/time of entrance
(i.e. Seniors first, then Juniors and sorted by first-come first-served status). This means that a student who is first onto the list
will not necessarily remain first, as the waitlist is dynamic and resets itself depending on who adds onto the waitlist.
If you experience a first-choice closed course, you can go ahead register for your first choice getting onto the waitlist and then
build an alternative registration schedule should things not work out. Students trying to add into a waitlist will still need to meet
all the normal course pre-requisites, restrictions, etc. EXCEPT for time conflicts. A student can add one section of a course and be
waitlisted on a preferred section. A student is not limited in the number of waitlists they can be on.
Once a position opens up in a course, the student will be issued a PRIORITY WAITLIST TICKET or notice, via SNC email that they have
48 HOURS to add the course in question in KnightLine. IF THEY MISS THE 48 HOUR WINDOW, their ticket EXPIRES, the next student on
the list is notified, and the first student is REMOVED from the waitlist. Students can drop a waitlist whenever they choose.
Students can see their waitlisted courses on their schedules, as can advisors, along with their current position on the waitlist.
Waitlisting closes at midnight before classes, and normal add/drop procedures will then take place.
When encountering a closed course, don't automatically add the waitlist. Consider how many students are already on the list and whether
an alternative can be found that is satisfactory. Being on a waitlist doesn't ensure entrance into the course, so plan accordingly.
Don't register for a partial schedule, hoping you will gain entrance, register for the best - full schedule that you can.
Be courteous to your fellow classmates - if your plans change - go into KnightLine and drop yourself from the waitlist. That
way if a spot opens up for you and you are no longer interested in adding the class, time isn't wasted while you ignore your
priority ticket until it expires.
In Development: KnightCAPP - Curriculum, Advising and Program Planning via KnightLine
KnightCAPP is the St. Norbert College on-line degree audit and advising planning system that will be used by
students and advisors to track individual progress toward the completion of one's chosen degree requirements.
This system tracks progress toward the completion of degree, core program/general education, major, and any chosen minor requirements. It is currently
in the planning and pre-production stages with a target roll out for the 2013 academic year.
The Registrar's Office has
moved to the Todd Wehr Hall as part of the new Consolidated Student Service Center.
The Registrar's Office is now located in Todd Wehr Room 141. The Registrar's Office will or has been
joined with many other Student Services such as Financial Aid, Bursar, Career Services, Residential Education
and Housing, Payroll, Advising and the Bookstore. From off campus we are located in Building 15 on the Campus Parking Map
and Visitor Parking is available in lots P14 or P11.