Fall Registration This Week
All registration forms for the Fall
1999 semester are due by 8:10 p.m., Thursday, April 29, 1999.
Students who submit their registration form after Thursday may lose their
Intensive Trial Advocacy
A list of the students selected to register for each of the Intensive
Trial Advocacy courses is
posted outside the Registrarís office. If you were selected to
enroll in one of the Intensive Trial
Advocacy 1 courses, you must register for the course on your Fall 1999
Failure to list it on your form may cause you to lose your seat in
Confirmation of Registration
Evening students may pick up their Fall Program Notices after 4:00
p.m., Monday, May 3rd.
Program Notices for students in the day division will be distributed
outside the Registrarís office
Tuesday, May 4.
Pass/Fail Elections for Spring,
The last day to revoke a pass/fail election for the Spring semester
is Monday, May 3, 1999.
Notice to Students Taking Exams
Students who will be taking a final exam on a computer must read the
Rules and Regulations Governing Exams on Computer
before the exam. This semester, students will be required to use
the Exam Soft sofware as their word processor. It is essential for
students taking their exams on computers to fully understand the procedures.
A list of students whose insurance is currently waived is posted on
the second floor bulletin
board. The waiver is valid as long as you are enrolled at IIT
(NOTE: If you skip a semester, you
must reapply for the waiver). If your name does not appear on
the list and you have comparable
coverage, you may waive the insurance coverage by filing a Petition
for Waiver of the Student
Health Insurance form during Fall registration. The petitions are available
in the Registrarís
Official class ranks are distributed to students after the Spring semester.
The graduating class
with which you will be ranked is listed on the second floor bulletin
board. Please verify that you
are listed with the correct class. It is especially important
for transfer students and students who
have taken one or more semesters off to make sure that they are