Chicago-Kent home page Student portal Faculty portal Staff portal About The Record Current Record headlines Publication deadlines The Record archives

Office of Academic Administration and Student Affairs

Asst. Dean Stephen D. Sowle

Weeks of November 27, 2006
Student Portal Page
Student Health Insurance FAQ

U-Pass FAQ
Law School Survival Guide
Joke of the Week Archives
Poem of the Week Archives

Spring 2007 Schedule and Registration.

•Final Spring 2007 Schedule and Registration Bulletin.
The final schedule and Registration Bulletin for the Spring 2007 semester are now available outside the third floor cafeteria. Online versions are also available through the main Students Portal page (click on the Spring 2007 link), or by clicking here.

Note: The final Spring schedule listed the day section of Legal Writing 4: Labor/Employment as instructor and time TBA. The new instructor is available to teach the class only in the evening. The information about the new section is as follows:
Legal Writing 4: Labor/Employment, 432-060, Prof. Koerth, 3 credits, Mon./Wed. 6:00-7:25 pm. (This is in addition to Prof. Gonzalez's Labor/Employment section of Legal Writing 4, Tues./Thurs. 6:00-7:25pm.)

•Registration Instructions.
To register, go to the Spring 2007 Term page and click on the "Online Registration" link. Registration will run from Tuesday, November 21 through Tuesday, November 28. You may register at any time during that period. Registration will take place through the Online Registration system (linked to the Students Portal page and the Spring 2007 Term page). After the end of the registration period, the registration requests will be processed according to each student's registration priority. In other words, registration will not be conducted on a first-come, first served basis; as long as you register during the designated period, you will have an equal chance of being admitted to a class as other students within your registration priority group.

Registration for First-Year Students. Although first-year students have set schedules, you still must register for your Spring courses using the Online Registration system. Please be careful to register for the doctrinal classes listed for your current section, and for the Legal Writing section taught by your current professor. Notice to students in Section A: There are two sections of Property for Section A. Students in Section A should register for Property as follows: Those of you who have Prof. Aamot or Prof. Harris for Legal Writing should register for Prof. Hamilton's section of Property (261-001). Those who have Prof. De Armond or Prof. Adams for Legal Writing should register for Prof. Perrit's section of Property (261-004).

Academic Calendar Reminder.
Thanksgiving vacation runs from Thursday, November 23, through Sunday, November 26. Classes meet as usual the week of November 27. The class schedule for the final week of classes is as follows:

Monday, December 4: Monday classes meet (Labor Day make-up)
Tuesday, December 5: Monday classes meet (Yom Kippur make-up)
Wednesday, December 6: Thursday classes meet (Thanksgiving make-up)
Thursday, December 7 (last day of classes): Friday classes meet (Thanksgiving make-up)

Read period runs from Friday, December 8 through Monday, December 11. Exams start on Tuesday, December 12 and end on Thursday, December 21.

Fall 2006 Final Exams.

•Exam Schedule. The final exam schedule for the current semester is available here. You will be notified of the classroom assignments for your exams prior to the start of exam period.

•Exams on Computer Sign-Up: November 13-26. Many professors allow students to take their exams on computer (either lab computers or students' own laptops, or both). Registration for taking exams on computer runs through Sunday, November 26. To register, log into your Webmail account, click on Web for Students, and navigate to the appropriate form.

Notice About Borrowing Laptops from the Computer Center: The Computer Center has a limited supply of laptop computers reserved for use in emergency situations that arise during exam period. Please contact me if you register to take an exam on laptop, and your laptop suffers unexpected problems that cannot be remedied before your exam. The Computer Center's laptops also may be used (subject to availability) if your computer has problems immediately before or during an exam, as long as the problem is not due to your failing to properly configure or register your laptop to run the SofTest program. (SofTest is the program all students are required to use for taking exams on computer; the Computer Center will email and post information separately about the SofTest program.) Because of limited supply, the Computer Center's laptops are not available for general loaning purposes during exam period, including to students who do not own a laptop or are Mac users. However, if you have exceptional circumstances that you believe justify borrowing a laptop for an exam, please contact me to discuss your situation.

•Exam Reschedule Requests. The period for requesting an exam reschedule has now closed.

•Availability of Professors' Old Exams. Many professors make their old exams available for students to review. Exams dating from 1992 and before are bound in volumes available in the 10th floor reading room in the Library. Exams after 1992 are available online by going to and clicking on the Exam Database link (under Resources).

Joke of the Week. Question: If the Pilgrims were still alive today, what would they be most known for? Answer: Their incredible age!

Poem of the Week. This week's poem is "Egg," by C.G. Hanzlicek.

Student Portal Page
Student Health Insurance FAQ

U-Pass FAQ
Law School Survival Guide
Joke of the Week Archives
Poem of the Week Archives


.: Main Chicago-Kent event

.: Academic calendar

.: CLE calendar

.: Alumnae/i event calendar

.: Admissions calendar

Chicago-Kent home page Student portal Faculty portal Staff portal About The Record Current Record headlines Publication deadlines The Record archives