- When can I register for a course?
- Are on-line courses offered?
- Is attendance required?
- Are there a maximum number of credits I can take in the winter?
- Does financial aid cover my winter session course?
- Is there a deferred payment option for Winter Session?
- Is there a specific course in which I must register?
- Can I audit a course?
- What happens if I do not attend the class I registered for?
- Can I get a refund if I withdraw from a course?
- If I withdraw from a class will a "W" appear on my transcript?
- May I change courses once a session begins?
- Where can I get my reading list information/ syllabus for my class?
- How do I get my grades at the end of the session?
- Are the residence halls open?
- Will the shopping van be available?
- Will food services be open?
- What courses are being offered?
- Are there any special criteria for enrolling in any of the courses offered during Winter Session?
- What happens to my GPA when a take a course for the second time?
- If I have questions concerning Winter Session what office should I contact?
- What office should I contact in the case of an Emergency during Winter Session?
- Is tutoring available during winter session?
You can register for a Winter Session course from November 12-December 21, 2012.
Yes, online courses can be viewed via Highlander Pipeline.
Yes, attendance is mandatory unless otherwise noted by the faculty.
Yes, if you are eligible. Please click here for more information.
Yes. Please click here for more information.
- Freshmen and APT students must contact their academic advisors and/or the Center for First Year Students.
- Upperclassmen should consult their academic advisors prior to registering for Winter Session courses.
Yes. Students can audit a course, however regular tuition and fees apply. Please click here for information on tuition and fees.
If you do not drop the course the course before the withdrawal date you will be charged 100% tuition and fees. Please click here for important dates.
Yes. Students will receive a 100% refund if the course is dropped by the withdrawal date. Click here for policies and procedures.
If you withdraw from a class on or before the withdrawal date you will receive a “W”. Withdrawals after the withdrawal date deadline will receive a grade of "F".
Students are not permitted to change courses after Winter Session registration ends. Click here for policies and procedures.
Students can obtain class information by logging on to Moodle, Highlander Pipeline or contacting assigned faculty.
Final grades will be posted on the Highlander Pipeline.
- For current resident students residence halls are open during Winter Session.
- If you are a commuter student and would like to reside on campus during Winter Session please contact Residence Life, firstname.lastname@example.org. Students may also apply online at www.njit.edu/reslife.
Yes, the shopping van is available. Please contact Residence Life for a schedule.
The C-Store will be open beginning January 2, 2013 from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Please click here for Winter Session courses.
Yes. There are special criteria for various courses. Please click here for policies and procedures.
- When a student takes a course for the second time the second grade will replace the first. (i.e. Hum 101)
- If a student has taken a course multiple times, please contact the Registrar.
Please note that all offices on campus will resume normal hours 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 2, 2013.
Public Safety should be contacted in the case of an emergency. Please click here for additional information.
Yes, tutoring will be available for Math, Chemistry, or Physics by appointment only beginning January 2, 2013. You may fill out a request form for a tutor to on the CAPE website located at www.njit.edu/cape. Please email the form to email@example.com. You may also stop by the CAPE office located at Kupfrian 200, to fill out a form. Please note, plan your studying – it will take at least 24 hours for your appointment to be scheduled. If you have any questions, please call 973-596-2992.