Currents students that need to register for classes or revise their schedules should call 856.225.6043 to make an appointment to see their advisor: https://advising.camden.rutgers.edu/students/who-is-my-advisor/Register via web registration at https://sims.rutgers.edu/webreg/New Students starting Fall 2015: New students can call and schedule an appointment only after a Registration event has been attended.
All new students starting Fall 2015 MUST attend an Orientation event. Please contact the Office of New Student Programs at 856.225.6689 to reserve your seat for the Advising and Registration Day on Monday, August 24, 2015:https://newstudents.camden.rutgers.edu/
September 10 – The last day to drop/add courses(es) WITHOUT a grade of a ‘W’:The Academic Calendar is available at https://registrar.camden.rutgers.edu/sites/registrar/files/AcademicCalendar2015-16a.pdf
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Students often ask us, “what does a grade of ‘W’ mean on my transcript?”It means you dropped a course after the 1st week of the semester, after the end of the add-drop period. Each semester the registrar provides specific deadlines for dropping a course “with a ‘W’ instead of an ‘F.’” – be sure to review … Read more of Understanding the ‘W’ Grade…
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