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Advance Fall Registration is April 10 to May 9.

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Fall 2014 Registration

Advising for Fall registration begins on April 3rd. Please contact your faculty advisor to set up an appointment to discuss your registration. If you don’t know who your advisor is, please contact Amy Hillstrom for your EVAN/MCM advisor, and Shirley Handy for your Intercultural Studies or TESOL advisor.

Depending on the type of student you are, you will either register for fall courses in an online or paper format. Please carefully review registration information for the following types of students:

Questions to consider as you begin registration:

For degree-seeking students, do you have your candidacy form done?
Full time students must complete a candidacy form before registering for another semester; part-time students must complete the form no later than the semester they complete 12 credit hours.

Are you planning on graduating in December? If so, have you registered for comprehensive exams?
Each program has its own schedule and exams, but all students register under INTR 692. The fee is $75; this is a zero-credit course and the only amount you will be charged. Once the semester starts, you will be contacted by your program director with comp exam details.

Are you considering changing your modular or residential format?
If for any reason you plan on changing your program format from residential to modular or modular to residential, see the Format Change Form. You must fill it out, get your advisor’s signature, and get it to Susie Bouvier before registering for Fall courses. She will send it to the Registrar’s Office, after placing a copy in your file.

Listed below are links to various planning tools that will assist you in the registration process. It includes the class schedules, student types, and other important information.

Current & Returning Residential Students 

Current students must begin their registration by May 9 to avoid a $75 late registration fee. You can register either online or via paper form. If you wish to register online, you will need to obtain a registration pin from your advisor, which acts like a faculty signature, for Banner Self Service. If you have questions, contact the Graduate Records Analyst, Nancy Mathewson. If you wish to register via paper form, you will need an advisor signature on your form to register for classes. Fill out the form completely and email it to Intercultural.Studies@wheaton.edu. If emailed early, we will not be responsible for a lost form. A staff person will print it out, get your advisor’s signature, and forward it to the Registrar’s Office. You can check for completed course registration via Banner Self Service on your myWheaton portal.

Students can look up their registration start time in Banner by logging into their myWheaton account:

In addition, if you are a full time residential student, you must register each semester for Intercultural Studies Forum, which meets every other Wednesday. The fee is $50; this is a zero-credit course and the only amount you will be charged. If you have a conflict preventing you from attending forum (e.g. elective course, BITH TSR course, job, internship, etc.), you must request a waiver from the department chair. Contact Susie Bouvier for details. 

New Students

Please be sure to read the information for accepted and new students that provides the process of your transition to Wheaton College Graduate School.

Nancy Mathewson will send email instructions by early June to all students starting in Fall 2014.

Also, prior to the start of your first course, new students need to complete medical forms and/or requirements, and you will be receiving a letter soon from Health Services. Please see the entrance health requirements. Please also see the information on Student Health Insurance that may pertain to you.

Modular Degree Students

For Fall 2014 and Spring 2015, all modular students should register via Banner Self Service on your myWheaton portal.  Summer registration is done via paper registration. Fill out the form completely and email it to Intercultural.Studies@wheaton.edu or Evangelism.Leadership@wheaton.edu depending on the program you are registering for. If emailed early, we will not be responsible for a lost form. A staff person will print it out, get your advisors signature, and forward it to the Registrar’s Office. You can check for completed registration via Banner Self Service on your myWheaton portal.

Special Students (considered Non-Degree Seeking Students)

All special students should register via paper registration. Fill out the form completely and email it to Intercultural.Studies@wheaton.edu or Evangelism.Leadership@wheaton.edu depending on the program you are registering for. If emailed early, we will not be responsible for a lost form. A staff person will print it out, get your advisor’s signature, and forward it to the Registrar’s Office. You can check for completed course registration via Banner Self Service on your myWheaton portal.

Once you have taken 12 credits of classes, you can no longer apply courses toward the MA. Be sure to begin the full Wheaton College Application process as soon as possible. Special students also need to meet certain medical requirements. Please check out the entrance health requirements. Please also see the information on Student Health Insurance that may pertain to you.

If you have other registration questions, please contact an Intercultural Studies staff person or Nancy Mathewson, the Graduate Records Analyst.

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