The Office of the Registrar provides valuable services and information to the Skidmore community: student registration; class scheduling and room assignments; maintenance of student academic records; processing of data for new students, returning students and alumni; and the administration of unofficial and official transcript services.
For faculty: Spring 2020 incomplete grades are due from faculty on July 24.
For all students:
The revised Fall 2020 Master Schedule is now available.
Class of 2021 – August 3 at 8am Eastern time
Class of 2022 – August 5 at 8am Eastern time
Class of 2023 – August 7 at 8am Eastern time
Class of 2024 – Letters A-K: August 11 at 8am Eastern time
Letters L-Z: August 12 at 8am Eastern time
From July 24 until registration, students in the classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023 should view their updated schedules and develop a plan to make adjustments where necessary. The changes to the schedule consist of new class times to allow for 20 minutes between classes, changes to the instructional method (mode of instruction), course cancelations, and newly added courses. We only dropped courses from students’ schedules if they were canceled. Some changes will cause time conflicts and students will need to identify those conflicts and decide which course to drop.
Students in the class of 2024 have been placed into their Scribner Seminars and will receive further instructions from my office and the offices of Academic Advising and the First-Year Experience about how to register for their remaining courses.
Instructional Methods are as follows and will be a searchable item on the Master Schedule, viewable in the class details of each course. Online courses will also have a classroom building code of “ONLINE”:
- Hybrid: Mix of In-person/Online (the course will be taught using a blend of in-person instruction and online learning activities; students who can only attend remotely should NOT register for this course)
- Hyflex: In-person or Online (the course will accommodate students attending in person and students participating remotely)
Please note: Students who plan to be remote learners (not on campus or within driving distance) should only register for courses with an instructional method of “Online” or “Hyflex: In-person or Online”.
The Registrar’s Office, Office of Academic Advising, Faculty Advisors, and Department Chairs and Program Directors are available to help students navigate these changes.