We have produced a series of registration help Videos featuring faculty from various department across CWRU. Don't limit yourself to only the video associated with the department of your intended major. Take a look at any and all videos from areas in which you plan or are interested in taking a course. Links below will become live as the videos are made available – check back often!
We are also hosting several online information sessions this summer designed to help you prepare for course registration. These interactive sessions will feature Undergraduate Studies staff addressing a variety of topics ranging from general registration how-to's to curricular requirements and more. When viewing these sessions live (click here to be connected to the live stream), you will have the opportunity to submit questions to email@example.com, which will be answered live on-air by the hosts. If you can’t view these sessions live, don’t worry — a full archive will be available for later viewing, usually within 24-48 hours of the original airing.
Online information sessions will be broadcast live on the CWRU website during scheduled weekdays from 7 - 8 p.m. EDT.
Registration Help Videos
Please continue to check back in the coming weeks as registration help videos are added.
Arts & Sciences – Biological Sciences: This video provides helpful information for any student who plans to take a course in the biological sciences, as well as those who may be considering other related fields (natural sciences, engineering, etc.) - and of course, prospective majors will learn more about scheduling recommendations, degree options, research, and more.
Arts & Sciences – Humanities: This video provides helpful information for any student who is interested in taking a course in the humanities this fall — not just for students who plan to major in one of these areas. Examples include history, English, philosophy, and religious studies.
Arts & Sciences – Math and Natural Sciences: This video provides helpful information for any student who is planning to take a math, chemistry, or physics course in the fall — not just for student who plan to major in these areas.
Arts & Sciences – Theater and Music: This video provides helpful information for any student who would like to be involved in the performing arts (music ensembles, theatre productions, dance) — not just students who plan to major in these areas.
Arts & Sciences – Social Sciences: This video provides helpful information for any student who is interested in taking a course in the social sciences this fall — not just for students who plan to major in one of these areas. Examples include anthropology, cognitive science, communication sciences, economics, political science, psychology, and sociology.
Pre-health (medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, allied health, optometry, pharmacy, physician assistant, and health policy and administration): It's not a major, but any student who plans to take courses in preparation for a profession in the various health fields will benefit from learning about the various requirements and options for study.