Posted by Anne Walker on Saturday, May 17, 2014
For you lovely 2018er’s, I want to prepare you for the impending registration process. It’s new to you, and it’s admittedly a daunting prospect. But it’s really not that bad once you start to make plans and decisions. Your advisers will call you to discuss your courses for next fall, and you’ll pick 4 or 5 classes that you’re interested in taking. But here’s what they won’t tell you, or at least what you might need to hear again.
Ok, that’s my spiel about registration and classes and whatever. Email me if you have questions, talk to your advisers (seriously ask them questions. They’re super helpful.), and good luck—you’ll be at Vanderbilt sooner than you think, and it’ll be great.
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