Fall 2020 Registration Guide

It’s almost time to register! To help prepare, check out these tips and reminders.

Registration Schedule

***Friday, April 17th @ 9AM EST: Honors Early Registration***(Remember, early registration is for your 2nd, 3rd, and 4th semesters!)

April 20
9 AM
Monday
90 or more credits earned
(use your transcript to find your total credits)
April 21
9 AM
Tuesday
70 or more credits earned
(use your transcript to find your total credits)
April 22
9 AM
Wednesday
50 or more credits earned
(use your transcript to find your total credits)
April 23
9 AM
Thursday
30 or more credits earned
(use your transcript to find your total credits)
April 24
9 AM
Friday
0 or more credits earned
(use your transcript to find your total credits)

Registration is open from 9:00 AM to 11:59 PM EST

If you’re not sure when you register, you can check your earned credit hours in GWeb using the following path: Student Records & Registration Menu > Student Records Information Menu > Transcripts > View Unofficial Transcripts. Make sure you’re looking at overall hours earned for the accurate total!

Urgent Hold Information

Check your record via GWeb regarding holds prior to your scheduled registration time. Any hold on your account will prevent access to registration. You can view any holds on your account by looking at: Student Records & Registration Menu > Student Records Information Menu > View Administrative Holds.

Make sure to check now and again in the days lead up to registration. Check early, and check often! BADLY TIMED HOLDS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE.

Fall Registration Advising

All honors students are encouraged to see a Program Manager before registration. Make sure you are prepared with a tentative course schedule using the Fall 2020 Schedule of Classes and Honors course descriptions. As new course information and revisions become available, we will update the website. Please re-check the information on the Schedule of Classes and the Honors site before you register to ensure that you’re up-to-date!

Unfortunately we won’t be able to meet in person for advising events and meetings, but please feel free to make a virtual appointment with us online: honorsprogram.gwu.edu/make-appointment

Your peer advisor is also always a good resource if you have questions about specific courses, professors, or anything you’d like advice on!

Professor Antwan Jones has TWO research opportunities for you!

Do you have an interest in sociology, psychology, or social science research? Professor Antwan Jones has two research projects you should consider: one research project titled “The Effect of Parental Incarceration on Child and Young Adult Mental Health Outcomes” and another titled, “Stress and Obesity in Adulthood“.

While the deadline to earn academic credit through Honors has closed for the spring semester, both projects are a great opportunity to get engaged in meaningful research.

Join the Rodriguez Lab (Chemistry) & perform research to fluorescently image & treat cancer.

From Professor Erik Rodriguez:
“We are looking for freshman or sophomores interested in doing significant research during their undergraduate studies, including summers with possible funding.”
Read more on position descriptions and application information here. Please contact Professor Erik A. Rodriguez at erik_rodriguez@gwu.edu with resume and any questions.

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