- Current Juniata students - Current Juniata students register using Colleague Self-Service or by sending an email that lists their course selections, including course number and name, to email@example.com
- Incoming Juniata students - New degree-seeking students who are entering in Spring Semester 2022 register by sending an email that lists their course selections, including course number and name, to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visiting students, including dual-enrollment high school students - Visiting, non-degree students register using the Visiting Student Registration Form
Registration for Winter Term courses will be open until December 17, 2021, but students are strongly encouraged to register by December 13, 2021.
Winter Term Class Schedule
Winter Term 2021 Academic Calendar
(All dates and times local)
|Monday, December 13, 2021||Registration for Winter Term courses is open until December 17, 2021, but students are strongly encouraged to register by December 13, 2021.|
|Monday, December 20, 2021||First Day of Winter Term|
|Wednesday, December 22, 2021||Deadline to drop Winter Term courses;
Deadline to submit Pass/No Pass forms for Winter Term courses
|Friday, December 24, 2021
Saturday, December 25, 2021
Saturday, January 1, 2022
|Holidays; no live sessions or assignments due|
|Sunday, January 16, 2022||Deadline to withdraw from a Winter Term course, unless earlier deadline is specified on course syllabus|
|Sunday, January 16, 2022||Last Day of Winter Term|
|Monday, January 24, 2022||Deadline for instructors to submit final grades for Winter Term courses|
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 instructor as soon as possible.
COURSE LIMIT: Summer and Winter Term courses are taught at an accelerated pace. Students may register for no more than one course during Winter Term 2021. Students wishing to enroll in an additional course should contact the Registrar's Office at email@example.com.
COURSE DROP: Students may drop a course up to the published drop deadline and receive full reimbursement. Students must email the faculty instructor and the Registrar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 deadline 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 email@example.com 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.
Tuition: $500 per credit hour
Technology Fee: $50 per online course
Special course fees for materials, travel, etc., may also be charged.
Tuition and fees for Winter Term will be billed in early December. Questions about billing and payment should be directed to the Bursar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (814) 641-3188.
Contact the Student Financial Planning Office at FinancialPlanning@juniata.edu or (814) 641-3142 for information about financial aid for winter or summer term.
Work Load: What to Expect
The following equation will help you determine the amount of time that will be required for your online course:
(15 weeks per semester x number of credits x 1 in-class hour) + (15 weeks per semester x 2 out-of-class hours x number of credits) = semester-long time commitment. For a 3-credit course, 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 weeks you have to complete the work. For a 3-credit course offered in a four-week time frame, you should expect to spend approximately 33-34 hours per week on the coursework.