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Current Students

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Incoming Class of 2015

 

Welcome! Information regarding registration and orientation for fall 2014 is available here. Classes begin August 25, 2014

FIRST-YEAR STUDENT INFORMATION

  • Basics - your Illinois computer accounts, ID card, etc.
  • Advising - consulting with your program advisor about fall courses
  • Class Registration - registering online for fall semester
  • Orientation - your program kickoff
  • Connections - directory and social media connections with your new peers
  • Resources - links for transportation, housing, community information, and more

NOTICE: IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR CAMPUS EMAIL

Graduate Students' Introduction to UC

Remember: If you have campus email setup to forward to a personal account, email from most campus email addresses DO NOT FORWARD. This may include information about your registration, tuition payment, etc. Regularly log-in to your campus email for messages that have not been forwarded.

 

Returning / Second-year Students

 

This is important information about your summer term registration. Several special conditions may apply to you. Make sure you read this information, understand what is required, and take care of all registration issues before you leave campus for the summer.

Consult with your program's major advisor before registering for your final semester science courses. Ensure that you ahve registered for all courses necessary to graduate in December. Pay particular attention to program-specific requirements and that you will ahve completed the minimum number of hours in 500-level courses (varies by program; check with your program advisor).

You'll apply online for December graduation. This information will be provided to you early in the fall semester. You must ensure your name is on the graduation list.

For your business curriculum courses, register for the science and regulatory policy course and for the final PSM seminar.

 
  • NRES 598 - Science and Regulatory Policy
    Section SRP
    2 credit hours
    CRN 60603
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-7:20 pm
    Meets August 25 - October 17 (first half of the semester)
    Note: In the registration system, the course title is "Experimental Graduate Course." The section title, "Science and Regulatory Policy," will appear on your transcript.
     
  • PSM 503 - Industry Seminar III
    1 hour: Section A, CRN 56168
    0 hour: Section B, CRN 60376
    Mondays, 6-7:20 pm
    Meets August 25 - December 10 (all semester)

 

Questions? Contact your major advisor or Natalie Bosecker at natalieb@illinois.edu or (217) 265-5363.

Log in to UI-Integrate Self-Service to register.

 

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