Illinois State University will be piloting a winter session over the 2016-2017 winter break. This session will be considered a part of the spring 2017 semester, and has separate registration deadlines and requirements from the regular spring session.
Only continuing ISU students will be eligible to register for Winter Session classes. Students will only be allowed to enroll in ONE Winter Session class, and their enrolled credit hours will be counted in their spring 2017 semester academic load. Students on academic probation during the fall 2016 semester will not be allowed to enroll in Winter Session.
Saturday, December 17, 2016 – Sunday, January 15, 2017.
Winter Session advanced registration will begin Monday, October 10th and continue through Friday, November 11th. After November 11th all registration must be done in person through the Registrar Service Center in Moulton 107, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org from the student’s Illinois State University email account.
The last day to drop a winter session class with a full tuition adjustment is Wednesday, December 21st. There will be no course withdrawals allowed after this date, and no withdrawal (WX) grades will be given.
Winter Session is a pilot program; therefore, there are limited classes available. Below are the courses currently being offered for Winter Session 2017 (schedule subject to change):
Winter Session classes are subject to the spring 2017 billing dates. Please visit Student Accounts for due dates.
To contact/report technology issues email the Technology Support Center at SupportCenter@IllinoisState.edu and include “Winter Session” in the subject of the email.
During the University closure dates, Thursday, December 23 – Monday, January 2 and on Saturdays and Sundays, response time to technology issues submitted to the Support Center may be longer, up to 24 hours.
Students should first work with their instructor to resolve technology issues and then if necessary report them to SupportCenter@IllinoisState.edu and include “Winter Session” in the subject line of the email.