Course Registration Advice from Current Loyola Students
Priyanka Agadi, Class of 2020, created the video below to help new students normalize and cope with the emotions they experience during course registration, and to offer advice from current Loyola students who have gone through the process of course registration. Priyanka is majoring in communications with a minor in marketing and is an Evergreen Leader for the Office of Student Engagement and a Marketing Intern for Loyola Athletics.
Spring 2021 Registration Dates
- Class of 2021: October 21, 2020
- Class of 2022: October 28, 2020
- Class of 2023: November 4, 2020
- Class of 2024: November 11-12, 2020
6th course registration for Seniors begins October 22, 2020
WebAdvisor Drop/Add and 6th course registration for other class years (with advisor permission) opens on November 16, 2020, 9 a.m.
The information on the form will be collected by AASC and presented to the respective department chair for review. Please do not submit your request directly to the department chair.
All course overrides are reviewed by the department chair and are only approved if there are extenuating circumstances. Due to COVID-19 and the need to continue social distancing in classrooms in Spring 2021, course overrides may not be possible for particular courses. The override request will not be processed if there is a time conflict with your existing schedule, you do not have 6th course permission from your advisor, or if there is a financial hold on your account.
Course Withdrawal Fall 2020
The deadline for undergraduate students to withdraw from Fall 2020 course(s) with a grade of “W” is Monday, November 9, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. In order to withdraw, students must complete the Change of Registration form with their Advisor's and instructor's signature and email it to the Academic Advising and Support Center at firstname.lastname@example.org before 5:00 p.m. on November 9th.
Student athletes will also need a signature from their athletics advisor, and International Students must consult with Sunanda Bhatia, Director of International Student Services prior to submitting the form. Students are also encouraged to consult with the Office of Financial Aid at 410-617-2576 if they have any questions or concerns about the potential impact of a course withdrawal on their financial aid or scholarship. Most aid and scholarships require students to maintain full-time status (12 credits or more).
Students who wish to speak with an advisor prior to withdrawing may contact AASC at 410-617-5050 or email@example.com.