Spring 2023 University Registrar Welcome and Registration Update
Posted in Student Communications
January 10, 2023
As you begin the spring semester at Georgetown, I’d like to send a warm welcome on behalf of the University Registrar’s office. I would like to share the following information that will help you through the first few days of the semester and put you all on the path to success.
|Wed. Jan. 11||First day of classes*; Classes follow a Monday Schedule|
|Mon. Jan. 16||Holiday – University Closed – No Classes Scheduled|
|Wed. Jan. 18||Last day for waitlist additions; winner claims seat by 3 p.m. , Thursday, Jan. 19|
|Thurs. Jan. 19||Waitlist closes 3 p.m. ; remaining open seats available to add in MyAccess; see details below|
|Fri. Jan. 20||Last Day to Add a ClassThe online Add form closes at 5 p.m. Full Session and Mod A: Last Day to drop a calls without a “W” on the transcript; Adding classes in MyAccess closes at 11:59 p.m. in MyAccess.|
|Mon. Feb. 20||Holiday – University Closed – No Classes Scheduled|
|Tues. Feb. 21||Classes follow a Monday Schedule|
*GU-Q, SCS, MSB – Some executive, MBA and non-traditional program classes, will have different start dates. Students in those programs have received appropriate information from their department regarding schedules, waitlists and add/drop.
The waitlist will run each weekday at 3 p.m. until Wednesday, January 18. Students selected from the waitlist will receive an email from the University Registrar with instructions on how to claim their seat through MyAccess within 24 hours. After 24 hours, unclaimed seats will be awarded to the next student on the waitlist. For more information, see the waitlist instructions. Please be sure to remove your name from the waitlist for any class you no longer want so others will be considered for enrollment. After 3 p.m. on January 19, when the waitlist closes, all students will be dropped from the waitlists. Remaining open seats will be available to all students regardless of whether or not they were previously waitlisted. Through the last day to add, Friday January 20, students will be able to enroll directly into courses with open seats via MyAccess provided that they meet the course prerequisites and restrictions.
The global crisis and its effects on our community are evolving on a daily basis, demanding new forms of collaboration and support for one another. We affirm our collective responsibility to ensure equitable access to our academic programs. Access challenges affect a broad swath of our community and range from the need for new or different academic accommodations for students with disabilities and learning differences, to disparities in access to technology, to new responsibilities for dependent care. Guided by the principles of Universal Design for Learning, we have created a host of accessibility-related resources that are available to both faculty and students, including the CNDLS Guidebook on Accommodations and Accessibility, a comprehensive guide to accessible course design with practical instructions, recorded webinars and suggestions for further reading, and an Accessibility Resources for Students page linked to all Canvas course sites. For additional assistance, students can contact the Academic Resource Center or check in with faculty about their changing access needs.
- Academic Calendars | University Registrar | Georgetown University
- Registration Dates | University Registrar | Georgetown University
- Tuition Refund Schedule
- Georgetown Schedule of Classes for class offerings, descriptions and syllabi as well as the list of required and recommended books.
- For help or questions about your NetID and password, contact the UIS Help Desk at email@example.com.
- Once you are registered for a course, you have the option of ordering your textbooks from the bookstore through MyAccess. We recommend you check the class syllabus before making a final purchase decision; in some cases, alternate versions of required or recommended texts may be acceptable for your classes. We also urge you to consider textbook rental and book buy-back programs as appropriate.
I offer you my best wishes for an enjoyable and successful semester at Georgetown!
Associate Vice President and University Registrar