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    Important information from the Office of the Registrar

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    Welcome New and Returning Students!

    Here are a few important reminders as you start your Fall 2020 semester!
    • The last day to add a class for Fall Module 1 is September 11th at 5:00pm.
    • The last day to drop a class without receiving a "W" for Fall Module 1 is Wednesday, September 16th.  
    • Please use the online Add/Drop form to add or drop classes.
    • All other Registrar's Forms can be access from our website and can be processed online.
    • Please note that you need to maintain 12 credits combined in the Fall module 1 and 2 sessions as well as in any full-term courses you are taking to be considered a full-time student.

    Tutoring Schedule Module 1

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    CENTER FOR ADVISING & ACADEMIC SUCCESS (CAAS) Tutoring Available for Module 1

    CAAS offers online tutoring support to all Whittier College students at no cost. All subjects, except writing, are in a group setting and do not require an appointment. If you would like to meet with a writing tutor, we encourage you to schedule a 30-minute appointment by emailing or to guarantee you receive the support you need. If you need tutoring support for a subject and/or course not listed on the schedule, please email Thank you!

    Find the full schedule here.

    Library resources, services, and one-credit course during this period of remote learning

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    Wardman Library

    The Library will continue to offer resources and services during the period of remote learning:
    • Find information on how our services and resources have been affected.  
    • Contact us at for general library questions, for research-related questions, and for Moodle questions.
    • Use these request forms to place a hold on a book or request scans from a book in our collection.
    • Want to become a better researcher?  The Library offers a one-credit course (INTD 092) as an introduction to library research and resources during the fall.  Spaces are still available!

    Professors discuss self care during this time

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    Professors offer insight on timely topics

    Professors Gil Gonzalez, Charles Eastman, Kristyne Wiegand, and Laurel Brown talk about the challenges of online teaching, urge students to practice self care, and more!  

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