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Vol. XX, No. 4
Winston-Salem State University
Miss Bathing Beauty, Mr. Atlas, and their runnersup.
Photo by Keith Hilliard
REGISTRATION PROCEDURES AFTER JANUARY 11, 198a
TIME: 9:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.
ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT AND PACKET PICK-UP
GENERAL STUDIES, UNDECIDED AND NEW FRESHMEN
Academic Advisement in the General Studies Office Packet Pick-up in
the Registrar’s Office.
SENIORS, JUNIORS, TRANSFERS, EVENING AND RETURNING
Academic Advisement in appropriate department and Packet Pick-up
in Registrar’s Office
Academic Advisement in Continuing Education Office (Chancellor’s
Old House) and Packet Pick-up in Registrar’s Office.
Get Data Cards from the Data Processing Center (Basement, Com
munications Building). Remainder of packet is secured in the Admis
sions Office and instructions with how to proceed with registration.
STEPS TO COMPLETE REGISTRATION
A. Fee Assessment and Payment - Cashier’s Office, Blair Hall Room
B. Course Card Pick-up - Academic Department offering course(s)
C. Validation of registration - Registrar’s Office (Blair Hall)
D. Rental Books - Old Maintenance Building
E. Book Purchases - Bookstore (Student Union)
A. Meal Ticket - Cashier’s Office (Blair Hall)
i:'. Parking Permit - Security Office
C. Athletic Ticket - C. E. Gaines Center
D. I.D. Cards - Media Center (Communications Building) - Room No
Registration can sometimes be hectic and quite frustrating buy you
only go through it once a semester and you can complete it all in an
orderly manner if you only follow these procedures.
Students Speak Out.
Christmas Wishes.. .
.... Pages 11 & 12
By Pamela McClain
When students return from Christmas vacation, it will be that time
“we all look forward to” again—registration.
As always procedures for registration have been developed and
must be followed by students in order to avoid mass confusion.
Registration is scheduled for January 10 from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
and January 11 from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.-7:00p.m. It will
be located in C.E. Gaines Athletic Center. Students will register by
alphabet and color coded card. Those registering on the first day must
have cards with red stripes and those registering on the second day
must have cards with green stripes so be sure to check those colors
The first procedure involves picking up packets and receiving ad
visement which will be on the balcony of the athletic center. It is im
portant not to report for registration until you have officially been ad
vised in writing and have received a packet.
The second procedure involves three processes. Students should get
their fees assessed and make payments at the business office station.
Prior to reporting to the business office stations, students who receive
financial aid should have cleared the financial aid office. This could
avoid being turned around in line.
Next, students should pick up course cards. As you receive each
course card, make sure the course number corresponds with the
number on your schedule. Also check to see that the total of cards you
receive is correct.
You are now ready for packet check out. This process is usually
quick and easy but it is not all over yet. You must then report to the old
maintenance building, stand in another line and pick up books.
There will be special stations set up for students who wish to acquire
a parking permit, a meal card, or an athletic ticket ^
Students who need I.D.’s should report to Room 106 Hall-Patterson
Communications Building. Veterans and those interested in financial
aid should report to stations located on the basketball court.
Continued on page 5
By Connie Lowery
There will be a new major in
the fall for interested electors.
According to Dr. Astor Herrell,
chairperson for the Department
of Natural Science and professor
of chemistry, a new chemistry
major was approved by the
Board of Governors on November
12, 1982 and will be offered in the
fall of 1983. The program is a
regular bachelor of science
degree program in chemistry.
Dr. Herrell says, “It is geared
toward ultimately meeting ac-
credidation of the A.C.S., a
general bacheloric program in
chemistry. Students will be train
ed in four main areas of
chemistry; organic, analytical,
This gives students preparation
for graduate work or meeting
qualifications for admission to
medical school and for the job
Dr. Herrell also states, “We
will have a number of items of
sophisticated equipment to com
pliment the instructional pro
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