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EDITORIAL: Ease Transition to Live Registration

By Editorial Board February 8, 2019

Over two months after Georgetown University abruptly announced a transition to live registration for classes, the university registrar has failed to respond to pressing student concerns about the new process....

SHOHET: With Myriad Classes, Explore Interests

SHOHET: With Myriad Classes, Explore Interests

By Sarah Shohet November 2, 2017

Participating in campus life — whether as a student, faculty member or staff — can wreak havoc on your sense of time. Perhaps I feel this notion more acutely than most, as I work not only with students...

GUSA Approves Live Registration Referendum

By Christian Paz February 5, 2016

The Georgetown University Student Association senate approved a resolution to hold a campus-wide referendum to gauge student opinions on changes to the course registration procedure in a vote to be held...

Excuses to Procrastinate Preregistration

Excuses to Procrastinate Preregistration

By Mike Radice and Mike Radice November 10, 2015

Do you want to start worrying about what classes you’re taking next semester when you haven’t even finished midterms? Do you want to take five classes but only get into two of the five? Do you want...

Education Lost to Policy

By The Editorial Board November 21, 2014

Preregistration can be a very stressful process. Filtering through scores of classes to find those with the highest-rated professors and the most interesting topics, all while fulfilling demanding requirements...

Predicting Preregistration

By The Editorial Board November 7, 2014

Preregistration at any stage can be a very daunting process. Students often spend the entire preregistration period agonizing over which classes to take, which order to take them and how to formulate their...

4Es Georgetown Classes Wish List

4E’s Georgetown Classes Wish List

By Meg Lizza and Meg Lizza November 2, 2014

In honor of pre-registration opening up this week, here are a few classes that would be awesome to add to the Hilltop. Take note, John Q. Pierce! Sociology: The Development of and Societal Influence...

What Do You Mean, I’m Waitlisted?

By Parth Shah April 15, 2014

Georgetown University is set to charge, as its sticker price, a staggering $46,200 for the 2014-2015 school year. Its tuition increase of 4.3% outstrips the U.S. inflation rate for 2013, which averaged...

Let Daddio Be Daddio

By The Editorial Board January 14, 2014

Standing in front of a classroom filled well beyond the 75-student pre-registration limit, sociology professor William Daddio was forced to start “Comparative Law Enforcement” on a more solemn note...

Preregistration Helper: Jesuits

Preregistration Helper: Jesuits

By Lindsay Lee and Lindsay Lee November 3, 2013

Many say that you shouldn't leave Georgetown without having taking a class taught by one of the Jesuits. It is, however, not always easy to tell which classes are being offered so 4E went digging through...

Preregistration in the Dark

By The Editorial Board November 2, 2012

When encountering a philosophy course during preregistration with the intriguing but uninformative title “Sex, Science and Society,” students will inevitably click “View Course Description” on...

Clarifying Classes

By The Editorial Board November 17, 2011

During the preregistration craze, it's tempting to look ahead to next term rather than focus on the end of this one. While the university has made strides toward decoding course listings on MyAccess...

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