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Priority registration for Spring 2021 will start Nov. 9. You can check for course offerings in Self-Service. Log in using your MyArcadia email and password, click on the “Home” tab, select “Find Courses,” and click the “Spring 2021” period. You can search courses by department, by the day and time the class is offered, and more.
Communicating with your adviser is welcomed! If you've declared a major, you can find your adviser in Self-Service by clicking on the “Home” tab and selecting “View Schedule.” Students who have not declared a major work with one of our professional advisers. All are welcome to submit questions to the Advising Form.
First-year undergraduate students must contact and work with their academic advisers to discuss their schedule and register for spring classes. Your adviser will need to approve your course schedule, and can help you assess and adjust your schedule now and in the future.
You can work with your adviser to assess and adjust your schedule. If you don't have an assigned adviser, you can reach out to the chair of your department or major for assistance.
Based on your graduate program, you may be responsible for registering for courses, or registration may be done by your academic department. If you are unsure, check in with your academic adviser, who can also help you assess and adjust your schedule. If you don't have an assigned academic adviser, you can reach out to the chair of your department or major for assistance.
The heart of Arcadia is our community, whether we are engaging in person or remotely. We’ve expanded our support systems to ensure you feel seen and included. Our student leaders—including Resident Advisers, Orientation Leaders, Peer Mentors, Honors Council Mentors, International Peer Advisers, and Gateway Mentors—are eager to help you learn about affinity and academic groups, clubs, events, and activities.
The Office of Financial Aid will guide you through the financial aid process, while the Office of Career Education will help you explore employment options, support your career goals, and guide you toward professional success. As a new student, you should familiarize yourself with Financial Aid Forms and Portal. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com.