|Required Nursing Schedule Preference Survey Emailed to Students||Wednesday, March 15th
|Required Nursing Schedule Preference Survey Due||Wednesday, March 22nd before midnight|
|2017 Summer/Fall Nursing Schedules Available on WebAdvisor||Friday, March 24th @ 5pm|
|Advising Week*||March 20th-24th|
|WebAdvisor Elective Registration Open for Returning Students||Monday, April 3rd @ 8am
|Summer & Fall Term OCE Elective Registration
Registration opens for all students April 17th and will be done via paper form. The Registration Form will be available prior to April 17th, contact Enrollment Services for more information. For a list of course offerings, please refer to the Year Long Plan.
Before the Start of the Term - Changes for elective classes may be made online using WebAdvisor anytime between the opening registration week and the start of the term.
After the Start of the Term - You may request a change in registration using the Add/Drop Registration Change Form through the last day to add a class and drop a class. See the Academic Calendar for specific dates.
Required Nursing Courses - Required nursing courses are registered in section blocks. Changing section blocks requires finding a student in another section block to trade. Both students must complete a Section Switch Form. Students may switch blocks until December 2nd for the spring term and June 16th for the fall term. After this point, clinical assignments have been finalized and switching is not possible.
See the WebAdvisor FAQ for detailed instructions.
Note Regarding WebAdvisor
WebAdvisor uses fairly small text messages, which may be easily overlooked, to warn you of errors in your registration. In order to be absolutely certain of which classes you're registered for, check "My Class Schedule" from the WebAdvisor main menu once you have completed your registration.
Contact the Academic Records Specialist.
Academic Records Specialist
Linfield Good Samaritan School of Nursing
*Mindy Cowan will be available during Advising week to assist you in finding classes that meet your outstanding graduation requirements.