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NOV. 13 IS LAST DAY FOR UVI SPRING REGISTRATION

Nov. 12,2002 – Wednesday, Nov. 13, is the final day for returning UVI students to register for spring 2003 semester classes.
On the St. Thomas campus registration for returning graduate and returning part-time students will take place in the Registrar's Office on the second floor of the Classroom Administration building, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. On the St. Croix Campus registration for returning students will take place in Academic Services Office in the Melvin Evans Center from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Registration Procedures:
Meet with advisors to sign registration forms.
On St. Thomas – submit the class registration form to the Registrar's office.
On St. Croix – submit the class registration form to the Academic Services office.
Complete a self-addressed envelope.
Students will receive printed class schedules and invoices of tuition and fees by mail.
All tuition and fees must be paid by 4 p.m. on December 19, 2002.
For information on St. Thomas call 693-1150.
For information on St. Croix call 692-4158.
Spring 2003 class schedules are available on-line. The direct links are as follows:
St. Croix html: cac.uvi.edu/sched/sp2003/cindex.html
St. Croix PDF: www.uvi.edu/pub-relations/academics/STX_spring_03_sched.pdf
St. Thomas html: cac.uvi.edu/sched/sp2003/tindex.html
St. Thomas PDF: www.uvi.edu/pub-relations/academics/STT_spring_03_sched.pdf
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