Advisement Day #1
Last Day for Course Withdrawals
Advisement Day #2
Good Friday, No Classes
Easter Vacation, No Classes
Senior Cap & Gown Party
Michels Commons Ballroom 4-6:00 p.m.
Priority Registration Ends
Open Registration Begins, Students Allowed to Add Courses as Auditors
May 12 - 16
Spring Final Exams
Baccalaureate Mass - 9:15 a.m.
Commencement Ceremony - 1:30 p.m.
Last Day for Course Withdrawals
The last day to withdraw from a course without receiving a failing grade is Thursday, April 10. If you are not doing well in one
or more classes this semester, you might want to seriously consider the option you have of withdrawing from the course now and avoid ending up with
an F in the course and on your permanent record. If you intend to withdraw, use the
Course Withdrawal Form available on-line or in the Registrar's Office. There are some common misconceptions regarding withdrawing from a course including how it will effect grades, scholarships, insurance,
probation status, etc. Please call the Registrar's Office at ext. 3216 with your withdrawal questions.
Easter Vacation, No Classes, April 18 and 21
Easter vacation runs April 18-21. Classes and the College are closed for Good Friday, April 18 and there are no classes on Monday, April 21. The Registrar's Office
will be open on Monday, April 21, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Advisement Days - No Day Classes
No day classes are scheduled Wednesday, April 9 and Tuesday, April 15 for campus-wide advisement days in
in preparation of registration for Summer/Fall 2014 classes. Classes meeting in the evening, meet at their regular time and are not cancelled.
Registration Time Tickets
Priority Registration Time Tickets, which indicate
the first date and time a student may register for classes are viewable in KnightLine under the View Registration Status area and can also be referenced on-line. Students receive their priority time ticket REGISTRATION PIN from their academic advisor during their scheduled advisement time.
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.
Returning Student Summer Semester Registration
Registration for Summer will begin on April 10 via KnightLine.
Students can register for Summer classes at the SAME PRIORITY DAY & TIME as used for Fall registration. Summer Timetables are available on our web site in KnightLine.
Registration instructions are available to students on our web site. The cost for Summer Session is $2,028 per 4 credit course or $507 per credit. Audit fees are $236 per course. In addition a technology fee of $37.50 per course is assessed.
Students are allowed to take up to four courses in Summer - 1 each in the Maymester (Summer Session 1) and June term (Summer Session 2) which are each 3 weeks long, and 2 courses during Summer Session 3 during our 5 week session.
Summer Classes - Taking Classes at Another College
- Summer Session 1 : May 19 - June 6 (3 weeks)
- Summer Session 2 : June 9 - June 27 (3 weeks)
- Summer Session 3 : June 30 - August 1 (5 weeks)
Students interested in taking classes at another college during summer are required to receive pre-approval on course transferability PRIOR to registration. Transfer credits are subject to a number of restrictions.
For more information review the Transfer Credit Pre-Approval form for details.
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.
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.
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.