FALL 2013-14 VES LIMITED ENROLLMENT CLASS ADMISSION PROCEDURE FOR STUDENTS
Fall term/shopping week begins on Tuesday, Sept. 3. Students shop VES courses.
On Friday, Sept. 6 at 5pm, All VES profs/TAs/TFs of limited enrollment classes will send a PDF of their class list(s) by e-mail to all admitted and wait-listed students.
By Monday, Sept. 9 at 9am, students must let their Profs/TAs/TFs know by e-mail if they accept or decline admission to the class(es)—including those students on the wait list.
STUDY CARD DAY: By Tuesday Sept. 10 at 9am, Profs/TAs/TFs will send a FINAL PDF class list(s) by e-mail to admitted students.
Your professor, or Paula Soares (VES manager of academic programs) can sign your study card from 9am to 5pm. Paula's office is Carpenter Center 102, in the main office. There will be laptops and a printer set up in the main office of the Carpenter Center for you to print your study cards. Study cards are due in the undergraduate houses by 5pm.
PLEASE NOTE: The following Monday-only classes have special first meetings during shopping week:
VES 10br: Drawing 2 will meet Tuesday, Sept. 3 from 2pm to 3pm in Carpenter Center 4th floor (normally a Monday class)
VES 57r: Maya Hybrids will meet Tuesday, Sept 3 at 1pm to 2pm in Sever 402-405 (normally a Monday class)
The following classes have special first meeting notes regarding timing and location:
VES 31: Beyond Objects will meet at its usual time and day--Friday, Sept. 6 at Carpenter Center 2nd floor sculpture studio, but for an abbreviated period, 10am to 11am. Admission will follow the same process as above.
VES 50: Introduction to Nonfiction Filmmaking will meet at its usual time and day - Tuesday, Sept. 3 in Sever B10, but for an abbreviated period, 1pm to 2pm.
VES 66: Music, Melodrama and Performance Art will meet at its usual time and day - Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 1pm, but the location will be Carpenter Center B04.
VES 69k: A Soap Opera Within Itself will meet at its usual time and day - Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 1pm, but the location will be Carpenter Center B04.
Photo: Stephanie Mitchell.
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