Good can be found in even the horrors of navigating registration.
CULPA reviews distract from the most important features of courses at Columbia.
When course registration on SSOL went down for more than six and a half hours on Tuesday afternoon, it was a first-year nightmare come true.
Everything from registering for classes to finding an on-campus job ends up being more difficult than you thought it would be, even if you’re well-prepared.
The consequences of "roll-of-dice" registration times are unfair.
CCSC Academic Affairs Representative Bruno Rigonatti Mendes, CC ’14, is working with CUIT and administrators on developing course-registration wait-lists, along with several other academic initiatives.
Columbia doesn't teach you anything about surviving Armageddon.
You said you wanted to start seriously and see where it went. And we agreed. It seemed like the right thing to do. It made sense. We made sense, you know? We’d planned out our future together. And now? We don’t know how or when to find you. Why did you do it?
Seniors in the School of General Studies say course selection comes with an added burden: the possibility of losing spots to underclassmen.
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