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Oct 162007

The semester has quickly reached the point of no return. It is now that we, as students, have to buckle down and catch up on homework, study for midterms and try to convince our professors to give extra credit opportunities. Among all of the half-written papers and never-ending to-do lists, it’s difficult to find time to think about tomorrow.

Even worse is finding the time to plan for next semester.

But, alas, it is time to begin planning for yet another whirlwind of unfinished homework, presentations and difficult exams.

To help ease the load, we want to give each of you a few pointers that may help with the procrastination blues.

First of all, schedule an appointment with you advisor. Now. Like, right now. The longer you wait to do it, the harder it’s going to be to register for classes. Your advisor can set you up with a list of exactly what you need for your next set of classes and give you the advising code needed to register.

Also, fix any holds you may have on your account now. Getting this out of the way will only make registering easier and faster.

Lastly, mark your registration access date on your calendar. Graduate students can begin registering on Oct. 22 and each class will follow in line after that. Look on your RamWeb site to find your specific access time.

Do all of these things now and you should be next-semester-ready come next week.

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