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Scheduling adjustments to Fall 2020:

The Office of the Registrar has made adjustments to fall 2020 course offerings to optimize health and safety protocols for our campus.  As of July 24, we have concluded these schedule changes.  Consistent with prior terms, individual changes may occur prior to the start of class.  Students will be notified if they are impacted by individual adjustments in the coming weeks.  The following email was released to all enrolled students, with the exception of School of Dental Medicine, on July 24.  

 

Dear Student,

For the last couple of weeks, the University has been making changes to many aspects of the Fall 2020 schedule in response to the unprecedented challenges associated with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Today, I am happy to communicate that this process is now complete and your Fall 2020 class schedule is attached.

Please be advised that while the vast majority of schedule changes are now complete, it remains possible that changes to individual classes may still take place. In those isolated cases, students will be notified.

Please remember to check your schedule on CougarNet prior to the beginning of class to confirm room assignments. Changes to your schedule may be made through CougarNet until the class begins.

Finally, to comply with federal regulations and financial aid requirements it is important to update your current address consistent with the student policy: https://www.siue.edu/policies/1q10.shtml. This is the address you will be physically located while connecting with SIUE for fully online programs or residing while attending classes on campus or hybrid courses. Please update your address in CougarNet.

Thank you for your patience. Please continue to do your part to ensure your own safety and to support the well-being of our community. Best wishes for a successful fall term!

Sincerely,

Dr. Denise Cobb, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

The following is your final Fall 2020 class schedule:

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CRN

Subject

Course Number

Course Title

Campus

Meeting Type

Building

Room Number

Start Time

End Time

Start Date

End Date

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

37346

CMIS

300

Web-Based Application Design

OL

Class

OL

OL

600 pm

850 pm

24-AUG-20

21-NOV-20

-

M

-

-

-

-

-

36524

CMIS

342

Information Systems for Business

E

Online Learning - Asynchronous

OL

OL

--

--

24-AUG-20

18-DEC-20

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

36524

CMIS

342

Information Systems for Business

E

Online Learning - Synchronous

OL

OL

1100 am

1150 am

30-NOV-20

18-DEC-20

-

M

-

W

-

-

-

36524

CMIS

342

Information Systems for Business

E

Class

AH

1203

1100 am

1150 am

24-AUG-20

21-NOV-20

-

M

-

W

-

-

-

38149

PROD

315

Operations Management

OL

Online Learning - Asynchronous

OL

OL

--

--

24-AUG-20

18-DEC-20

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

33727

QR

101

Quantitative Reasoning

E

Class

MUC

ST CLAIR

1000 am

1050 am

24-AUG-20

21-NOV-20

-

-

-

W

-

-

-

33727

QR

101

Quantitative Reasoning

E

Online Learning - Synchronous

OL

OL

1000 am

1050 am

30-NOV-20

18-DEC-20

-

-

-

W

-

-

-

33727

QR

101

Quantitative Reasoning

E

Class

SE

2262

1000 am

1050 am

24-AUG-20

21-NOV-20

-

M

-

-

-

-

-

33727

QR

101

Quantitative Reasoning

E

Online Learning - Synchronous

OL

OL

1000 am

1050 am

30-NOV-20

18-DEC-20

-

M

-

-

-

-

-

33727

QR

101

Quantitative Reasoning

E

Online Learning - Synchronous

OL

OL

1000 am

1050 am

24-AUG-20

18-DEC-20

-

-

-

-

-

F

-

 

Interpreting your schedule:

When days and times are listed, you are expected to meet at that time. If the building and room location is listed as OL, this indicates that the meeting will occur online. This is referred to as synchronous online meetings.

When days and times are not listed, but the building and room notes OL, this indicates that the class is purely online with no synchronous meeting requirements. This is sometimes referred to as asynchronous online.

Some classes may have multiple meeting lines per section. This would include courses that are considered Blended or Hybrid. For example, one line may indicate meetings scheduled in a room on campus and the other line may indicate additional meetings or instructional activity that will occur online. These distinctions would be identified by the building and room assignment.

Students enrolled in classes scheduled with a meeting pattern of Hyflex should expect to receive communication from the faculty regarding in-person attendance patterns.

In addition to the meeting patterns, you should pay particular attention to the beginning and ending dates for each meeting pattern. In most cases, a class that is scheduled to occur on campus will finish online. In this case, you may notice an on-ground meeting that occurs between August 24 and November 21 and online meetings that occur November 30 through December 11 or 18th. Again, the meeting pattern would indicate whether the online portion of the class will continue synchronously or asynchronously.

If you have questions, please reach out to your advisor, mentor, program director, or department chair.

 

 


Prior to meeting with an academic advisor, most degree-seeking students will have an active ‘AC-Advisor Check-In’ hold placed on their record. Once you’ve been advised for the upcoming semester(s), your AC hold will be released by your advisor. Some students will be given a six-digit enrollment PIN, which is used to activate registration windows for certain web registration groupings. Your advisor will provide you with your enrollment PIN, should you belong to a group that utilizes one. If you have an enrollment PIN, you will be prompted to enter it as you attempt to add or drop courses in CougarNet. If you do not remember your enrollment PIN, contact your advisor.

Before registering for classes, you must complete the admission process and consult an advisor. More detailed information regarding registration dates may be found on the Class Schedules page. Additionally, each semester you will be required to accept the University’s Financial Agreement, acknowledging that you understand your responsibility for payment of educational services provided by SIUE, prior to gaining access to registration.

Any registration may be declared invalid for academic, disciplinary, or financial reasons attested to by the Registrar, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, or the Office of the Bursar.

Students needing accommodations because of medical diagnosis or major life impairment should contact ACCESS for additional registration information.

You are expected to complete the registration process before the term begins. Beginning with the first day of the term, you will be assessed a non-refundable $25 late registration fee if you have not yet registered. No registrations are accepted after the second week of the semester.

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Changes in Registration

You may make changes to your class schedule via CougarNet through the Sunday before the term begins. After that, changes should be made in the Service Center, room 1309, Rendleman Hall. The change is official only when this procedure is complete. You are officially registered for only those courses and sections appearing in CougarNet with a status of ‘RE’ or ‘RW.’  You may add classes only after receiving written authorization from the instructor on the Registration Form. You should schedule changes in CougarNet after dropping or adding classes.

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