Registration Reminder

As a reminder, early registration begins Thursday, Nov. 12 and continues through Nov. 19.

Last week you received a detailed message about course delivery and other important information in preparation for the spring 2021 semester. Prior to registering, you should double check the schedule of classes as there have been some minor changes (as we expected and noted in the chart below) in the class delivery methods. We do not anticipate delivery methods changing after registration opens:

Course Delivery Method

Percent offered

Suitable for on-campus preference

Suitable for remote learner preference

On Campus

46%

On Campus NOT eligible for Remote Learners On Campus NOT eligible for Remote Learners

13%

x

Hybrid Hybrid

6%

Online Synchronous or Asynchronous Online Synchronous or Asynchronous

35%

Remote learner or attending classes on campus – verification needed!

Once you log into your Webster account, click on the red Remote Learner Request form, follow the prompts and answer each question. Here you will indicate you are going to attend class on-campus OR be a remote learner for the spring semester. You may update your Remote Learner Request preference between now and 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 15, 2021. If you do not provide a preference you will be considered as attending classes on-campus.

Each instructor is responsible for course delivery, participation and attendance expectations within each class. If you choose to be an on-campus learner, instructors may expect you to physically present in class each time the course meets. Instructors will receive communication from the university if you aren’t going to be present in class due to a quarantine or isolation.

If you choose to be a remote learner, you may initially receive a bill that doesn’t accurately reflect your financial aid and/or university charges. Please note revised financial aid information and bills will be available after Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. You will be able to make payments and claim classes, even if your bill isn’t entirely accurate.

J-Term classes

As a reminder, all J-Term classes will be done synchronously or asynchronously online. These courses will be appropriately reflected as such in the schedule of classes at the time registration begins.

Housing - responses needed!

Students living in the residence halls and those who moved out of the residence halls during the fall received separate messages regarding the spring semester. Be sure to review those messages.

Current SAC resident: If you live in the Student Apartment Complex and intend to stay in your apartment after Nov. 20, you will need to submit a request. If we don’t hear from you by Nov. 16, we’ll assume you’re staying in the apartment, and you’ll be responsible for full payment as usual.

Current St. James resident: If you’re a current St. James resident, you should have received an email from the Off-Campus Properties Office about Dec. 2020 rent. Please respond before Nov. 15 to ensure you retain access to your apartment or receive a rent adjustment for December. If you have questions, contact stjamesleasing@fsmail.bradley.edu.

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