First-year Students Register for Classes

Posted on June 20th, 2006 by

Baker Lawley, assistant professor of English, meets with students during first-year registration.

Baker Lawley, assistant professor of English, meets with students during first-year registration.


Alison Dittmer, from Plymouth, waits for a printout of her first semester course schedule.

Alison Dittmer, from Plymouth, waits for a printout of her first semester course schedule.


Professor Joyce Sutphen discusses course selections with incoming first year students.

Professor Joyce Sutphen discusses course selections with incoming first year students.


Dean of Students Hank Toutain led a discussion for parents on what to expect from and of a college freshman.

Dean of Students Hank Toutain led a discussion for parents on what to expect from and of a college freshman.

The Gustavus Adolphus College Class of 2010 began course registration this week (June 20-22). Each student comes to campus and meets with a faculty member to discuss course options and possible degree plans.

The incoming students not only request classes and get their student ID cards, but also tour residence halls, attend workshops on choosing a major (and what you can do with it), and are introduced to campus resources from technology to health services.

Concurrent sessions for parents cover a variety of topics including how to communicate long distance, talking about financial matters proactively, and financial aid.

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