Good Morning All-
See important reminders & new information below. Hope all is well. Best, Monica
Faculty Information for Autumn Quarter 2021 Registration Important Registration Dates
- Monday, April 26: Advising and Registration Approvals begin for Autumn Quarter 2021.
- Friday, May 14: Undergraduate Student registration time assignments begin. Information on how time ticket assignments are determined can be found on https://www.du.edu/registrar/registration/regeligibility.html
- Friday, September 10: Last day to register without a late registration fee via Pioneerweb.
- Sunday, September 19: Last day of 100% Refund for dropped classes. Last Day to enroll in a course without instructor’s approval.
Undergraduate students MUST see their adviser to be able to register. Once advised, advisers delete the alternate PIN on PioneerWeb, thus clearing the student to register. The Delete Alternate PIN function is located in the Faculty Registration Toolschannel on the Faculty tab of PioneerWeb.Please encourage your advisees to check for Registration Holds by clicking Registration Status on their Student Tab in PioneerWeb. Financial Holds update nightly. All holds must be cleared before they can register.
Spring training with DU Grand Challenges:
Title: Integrating DU Grand Challenges into Your FSEM
Time/date: Friday, May 14th, 10am-11:30am MT
Participants: Current or future FSEM faculty interested in exploring community-engagement opportunities and/or public-good themes with first-year students
Description: This workshop is designed to help faculty explore how DU Grand Challenges programs and resources can both enhance their FSEM and provide First-Year students with concrete pathways to becoming engaged community members. We will provide a brief overview of DU Grand Challenges themes and pedagogical practices that align with the themes. Next, we will review examples of how faculty have integrated DUGC into their courses and engage in small-group brainstorming to explore connections within participant FSEMs. We will then review how DUGC can support students’ academic and public identity development beyond the classroom through programs like DUGC Student Scholars and ACE grants. Finally, we will review resources to support faculty involvement in DUGC including class grants and paid mentorship opportunities.
- 90-minute interactive workshop
- Faculty participants receive $150 in recognition of their time
Please register here:
New Spanish Option for students:
New Spanish course we are offering this Fall for students interested in reinforcing their grammar before starting with 2100 (our writing intensive course). Often First-Year students that have experience with Spanish place at 2100 and don’t want to do the 2001-2-3 course series, but find 2100 is too advanced. This course has been created to fill that gap. See the flier below for details.
Virginie the Director of Center for World Languages and Cultures asked me to share this information with you all. This is a video explaining the FOLA requirements. Its target audience is our students, but this might be helpful to you all as well. I’m also attaching a revised flowchart based on this video she shared. Please contact Virginie with questions or if you have anything she can assist you for advising your students.