Step 1: Getting organized and Creating a User Account
Step 2: Eligibility for Academic Accommodations
If you believe you are eligible to receive academic accommodations based on a documented disabling condition:
Step 3: Summer Advising Begins June 6th
Your summer advisor will contact you in early June via phone or Skidmore email to assist you with course selection and identifying academic options. Schedule a time to work together.
Step 4: Review the Student System Features
Step 5: Placement Information
Skidmore offers several levels of calculus. The placement exam is an important tool that helps the Mathematics and Computer Science Department advise students which calculus course is best suited for them. Take this exam before selecting a calculus course. The exam is located at http://cms.skidmore.edu/mcs/calcplacement.cfm.
Skidmore offers two levels of first year (general) chemistry. Choosing the appropriate course from the catalog descriptions can be difficult. It is very important for all students planning to enroll in a general chemistry course to first take the online Chemistry Diagnostic Exam. Based on their exam score and previous chemistry experience, students are advised to enroll inCH-105 (Chemical Principles I) or CH-106 (Chemical Principles II). The exam takes approximately 30 minutes to complete, and students should take the exam without studying for it to provide the most accurate results. The exam can be accessed by visiting the homepage of the Chemistry Department at http://cms.skidmore.edu/chemistry/. More information about the exam can be found by visiting the Chemistry website or contacting Kimberley A. Frederick, Chair of the Chemistry Department (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone:518-580-5132).
Music Ensembles/Private lessons:
Quantitative Reasoning Exam:
Step 6: Registering for Your Remaining Classes: June 24th and 25th
Check your registration timeslot, which was included in your Registration Packet (lava colored sheet). You may begin the process on that day/time or any day after the designated date through the end of the drop/add period in September.
Please Note: Your schedule may be subject to change in rare but necessary situations. You will be contacted if a change needs to be made.
Always verify your schedule
Important info about waitlists:
If you run into any difficulties, you may call the Registrar’s Office at (518)580-5710 during regular business hours (8:30AM-Noon, 1-4PM) Monday through Friday or email email@example.com. Someone will assist you with either technical issues or academic questions.
You can find additional resources on the Registrar's Incoming Students page.
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