Registering for Snowmester
The inaugural Snowmester (November 30 through January 8th) will be an accelerated term designed for students to take advantage of the extended holiday break by enrolling in primarily online courses and continue their path toward graduation.
There will be a Snowmester program fee of $250 per credit hour. This program fee will be part of the students’ Spring 2021 semester bill. Tuition will be calculated as part of the Spring semester, thus students registered for 12 or more credit hours during the conventional part of the Spring term will not incur tuition charges for Snowmester courses (simply the $250 per credit hour program fee).
Registration for Snowmester via CatCourse will be available at the same time that students register for Spring 2021 courses. Registration dates and times are based on total earned credits, excluding credits that students are registered for currently. Each registration day begins at 6:00 AM. Please refer to the Spring 2021 and Snowmester Registration Timetable for a breakdown of registration eligibility.
Searching for Snowmester Classes
Snowmester classes will be offered November 30, 2020 - January 8, 2020. Searching for Snowmester classes is easy. Here’s how to find them:
- Navigate to My Info > Schedule of Classes.
- Select “2021 Spring SNOWMESTER” from the "Select Term" dropdown menu.
- Select class subjects from the "Subject List" (search multiple subjects by holding the "Shift" or "Ctrl" keys).
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Submit".
Since Snowmester courses are part of the spring semester, you’ll want to pay close attention to your registration. You can look each Snowmester course up in the schedule of classes and then register for them in CatCourse. Here are a few tips:
Select Spring 2021 in CatCourse:
Add your classes to your cart. Utilize the week-by-week view to ensure you know when your classes start and end. Snowmester classes run 11/30/20-1/8/2021 and will conclude before the spring semester starts on January 11th. CatCourse provides a visual representation of the length of how long each course runs:
Snowmester is part of the spring 2021 semester. This means that credits that take place over Snowmester will count toward your total registered credits for spring.