**Students who were admitted to FAU through the Gateway program are NOT eligible to join FAU's Learning Community program. In addition, students who have prior credit for a college level student success course will NOT be able to join FAU's Learning Commmunity program.**
**Students who are majoring in Architecture and in Music are NOT eligible to join FAU's Learning Community program.**
In addition to this application, you must complete the following:
•University Tuition Deposit (in the amount of $200 to the Cashiers Office)
•Students must be attending classes at the BOCA RATON campus for FALL 2013!
•All Administrative Holds (except the 'UN' Freshman Advising hold) must be cleared before you can be registered for courses. This includes immunization, admission, international student, accounts payable holds, etc.
•Register for Orientation
(Orientation dates will be available shortly. Visit www.fau.edu/orientation)
**If you already registered for classes, the classes you registered for will be dropped and someone from the CLASS Office will register you for the Learning Community Classes.
•All incoming first-year students must complete OARS. In April 2013, students will receive an e-mail from Freshman Academic Advising outlining the FAU Online Advising & Resource System (OARS). Learning Communtiy Participants will be given specific instructions at that time in regards to completing OARS.
•All Students needing a Math Course for Fall 2013 must take the ALEKS Math Placement Test. Your placement score will not be valid if you take the test before April 1, 2013.
Visit: www.fau.edu/mathplacement. ALEKS must be completed before students in Science, Business, Nursing or Engineering programs will be registered for classes.
Please note that the CLASS office automatically registers you for classes once you have been formally accepted in the Learning Community Program.
If for ANY reason you decide not to attend FAU for the Fall 2013 semester, you MUST contact the CLASS Office IN WRITING to firstname.lastname@example.org, to officially withdraw you from the Learning Community program and your 2013 Learning Community course schedule. In addition you MUST contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (561.297.3040) to see what needs to be completed to withdraw your application/acceptance. If you are living on-campus, you MUST also contact the Department of Housing and Residential Life (561.297.2880) to see what needs to be completed to cancel your housing application/contract.