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Registration waitlist considered


Tamonda Griffiths—News Writer Following the rollout of the viewable, yearlong schedules, Registrar Alicia Carroll said the next project her office is working on is a registration waitlist. In a student registration survey distributed to the campus last fall, 88% of undergraduate students said “yes” to a waitlist feature for classes that reach maximum capacity. Because of the overwhelming response that

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Mixed experiences with registration


J’Mari Hughes—Reporter Every spring, students register for classes for the following fall semester. They prepare by seeing advisers to obtain a PIN number which allows them to register. They then craft the ideal schedule, and wake up early to ensure they can get the classes they want. It is almost a race to register for classes, as some do not

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Registration a problem for late transfers


Haljit Basuljevic—Reporter The goal to ease the registration process for transfer students begins by first educating them early on. Undergraduate Admissions Director Tony Pace understands all too well the common complaints most students have and urges them to be adamant when it comes to paperwork. “The closer you get to that registration deadline, the more problems you’re going to have.

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NAACP hosts basketball tournament to raise voter’s registration awareness


Aaron Johnson – Sports Editor  Music blasting, basketballs bouncing, and laughing from the stands all came from inside of the Pelz Gymnasium on the campus of Southern Connecticut State University during the first NAACP 5 on 5 Basketball Tournament for Voter’s Registration Awareness. “We just wanted a nice social event to bring people together for voter’s registration because this is

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The spring web registration battlefield: fighting for classes


Aaron Berkowitz – General Assignment Reporter Frank LaDore, Director of Academic and Career Advising, said SCSU’s ultimate goal is to graduate its students in four years. “People have this myth that the longer you stay here, the more money that Southern makes,” said LaDore, “Our four-year graduation rate isn’t the best right now and we are actively trying to get it

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