• Current Juniata students  - Current Juniata students can register by logging into Colleague Self-Service
  • Incoming Juniata students - New degree-seeking students who are entering in Spring 2021 or Fall 2021 can register by by sending an email that lists their course selections, including course number and name, to
  • Visiting students, including dual-enrollment high school students - Visiting, non-degree students can register using the Visiting Student Registration Form
DEADLINE:  Registration will remain open until noon on December 11, 2020, but students are strongly encouraged to register by noon on December 7, 2020.

2020 Winter Term Undergraduate Online Courses

Term:  December 14, 2020 - January 22, 2021
Unless otherwise noted, classes have no specific class meeting times.
Complete course descriptions are available in Colleague Self-Service for current students and in the Class Scheduling Assistant for new and visiting students.
Course  Credits Notes Designation Faculty
Infectious Disease and Society
3 Must have taken FYC-101, EN-110, or EN-019 as pre-requisite. CA, WK-SP, Genomics, Ethics & Society certificate
Andrew Fletcher
CM-132-OL Message Analysis 3   H, CS Sarah Worley
CM-210-OL Race and Language in U.S. 3 Must have taken FYC-101, EN-110, or EN-019 as pre-requisite. WK-US Lynn Cockett
EB-100-OL Intro to Management 3   S Burak Konduk
ESS-100-OL Environ. Systems I 4   N,
Geographical Info Systems certificate
Uma Ramakrishnan
First-Year Composition: The Peculiar "I"
3   FYC Laura Feibush
FYS-102-01 First-Year Seminar: Beyond Grey's Anatomy 3 Meets 10:40-11:40 AM (EST) MW FYS, CW Hannah Bellwoar
Global Climate Change
3   IC Dennis Plane, Matt Powell
Human Nature
3 Meets 9:30-10:30 AM (EST) MTWThF; 
Pre-req/co-req is waived for the course for this term.
H, WK-HT Xinli Wang
3 Pre-req/co-req is waived for the course for this term. WK-CE Neil Utterback


It is the student's responsibility to be attentive to the course syllabus and successfully complete the course materials prior to the end date. Any concerns about course completion should be communicated to the faculty instructor as soon as possible. 

COURSE LIMIT:  Winter Term courses are taught at an accelerated pace. Students may register for no more than two courses. Students wishing to enroll in more than two courses should contact the Registrar's Office at

COURSE DROP:  Students may drop the course up to five calendar days, starting with the course's start date, and receive full reimbursement. Students must email the faculty instructor and the Registrar's Office at to drop a course. Dropped courses do not appear on a student's transcript.

COURSE WITHDRAWAL:  Students may withdraw from the course from the day after the drop date until the course withdrawal deadline that is specified in the course syllabus. NOTE: Each course's withdrawal deadline varies, so be sure to check the syllabus.  Students must email the faculty instructor and the Registrar's Office at to withdraw from the course. The course withdrawal will be noted on the student's transcript with a W, however the W does not impact the cumulative GPA. Lack of participation/log on is not considered course withdrawal and will result in a final grade of F. Students will be refunded course tuition and fees on prorated basis.

AUDIT:  Summer and Winter Term online courses may not be audited.

Financial Info

$500 per credit hour for tuition plus a $50 technology fee per course

Tuition and fees for Winter Term will be listed as separate charges on spring semester bills. If you are in need of additional loans to cover the costs, please contact the Student Financial Planning Office at or (814) 641-3142.

Work Load: What to Expect

The following equation will help you determine the hourly amount of time that will be required for your online course:

(15 weeks per semester * number of credits * 1 in class hour) + (15 weeks per semester * 2 out of class hours * number of credits) = semester long time commitment. For a 3-credit class, this equation would equal 135 hours.

For condensed courses (courses offered in less than 15 weeks), take the total of the equation above and divide by the number of days you have to complete the work.