Any registration submitted after the 19th will be considered late and will incur a $25.00 late registration fee as well as invalidate any student in this category for both Haverford and Bryn Mawr lotteries. Tri-Co Course Guide is up to date as of this minute;
Please check your web transcript now, assuring you (and the Registrar) that your listed Adviser is correct.
Do not submit your web registration to your Adviser for approval until you are absolutely sure of the courses you wish to take. Once you submit, you cannot make any changes until your return to Haverford in late August.
Tips for selecting courses for sophomore year:
- Exploring a possible major is key. If you are already considering a major based on the courses you have taken, make sure you try a different professor in the same department.
- Balance is important. Take a look at your degree audit and see what requirements you still need to fulfill.
- You will need to fulfill the Foreign Language requirement, or have a plan to do so, before declaring a major.
You may want to check out the Deans Web site for sophomore year information at:
Anthony Bogues, Harmon Family Professor of Africana Studies and Director of the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, Brown University “Frantz Fanon, Freedom and a Radical Politics of the Human.”
Tea at 4:15PM.
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Wednesday, April 10 7:30-10:00pm CPGC Cafe (Stokes 104)
Creative Actions Workshop
Environmentalists Can Be Fun Too! Eat! Talk! Network! And become artists for a night–the cool kind of artist!
Join forces, Enviros, for a big Tri-Co party and workshop for the student environmental groups at all three colleges. We’ll eat pizza, get to know each other, make plans to take over the world–and make our own smoothies.
And we’ll enjoy a super-quickie crash course on “environmental art actions” by visiting artist Jenny Price and a workshop on how to use these public actions to address the issues we care most about. How can we get people to garden? Recycle? Use less energy? Care about justice? Divest?!!
All we ask of you is to RSVP here and BYOSC (bring your own smoothie container). We can’t wait to see you there! Please feel free to email Tapoja Chaudhuri at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions about the event.