If you’ve recently been admitted to Butler University, we would like to extend a very special “Welcome and Congratulations” to you! Students who applied and were admitted for the Early Action deadline have the opportunity to submit their deposit by February 1 and receive some major perks. These priority items include:
- Being among the first to register for classes early
- Getting first choice of housing and roommate preferences
- Joining a Living-Learning Center
If you’re still deciding between a few schools, we encourage you to submit your deposit because it can be extremely beneficial in making your final choice. Since the deposit is refundable, it allows you to “try Butler on.” Attending New Student Registration is a great way to get an insider’s look at Butler University, meet incoming and current students, schedule classes, and become acquainted with the faculty and staff; ultimately allowing you experience the social and academic aspects of campus. Visiting the University will also give you a chance to see all that downtown Indianapolis has to offer. From rock concerts to symphony hall, art galleries to museums, and every kind of restaurant, you’ll never be bored. This can help you determine if you’re meant to be in a big city or rural setting. In other words, you can see if Butler University is the right place for you.
We realize that making your final college selection is one of the biggest decisions you will ever face. Please know that your admission counselor and the entire Office of Admission staff are more than happy to answer any questions you have.
If you we are one of your top choices and you know you’re ready to deposit, follow these steps:
- Log on to your student status page and view your admission decision.
- If you haven’t done so already, click “Reply to Offer of Admission” under the “Forms” section. Complete the form and click “Submit.”
- This will take you back to your main status page. Click “Submit Payment for $300.00.” Complete the form and click “Submit.”
- Confirm your major on the main status page. If this has changed, contact the Office of Admission.
- Next, click “New Student Registration Date Selection” under the “Forms” section on your main status page. Complete the form and click “Submit.”
- The Office of Admission will email you additional information with your date confirmation.
Please note that it is necessary to submit your enrollment deposit before registering for classes.
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We’re getting questions from many seniors regarding New Student Registration and the academic advising process. During the academic advising appointment, you will discuss your placement exam results, classes important to your major, the Core Curriculum, and potential electives. Together, you will craft a first semester class schedule that balances requirements with general courses of interest.
Upon arrival, students will receive a special version of Butler’s Fall 2012 Schedule of Classes listing all course options appropriate for first year students. This booklet will include course descriptions and meeting times for Core Curriculum and entry level classes for all majors. Please bring this booklet to your college meeting and academic advising appointment as it will be helpful when planning your schedule.
It is not necessary to have a complete course schedule prepared prior to arrival. Many variables go into the enrollment process, including course availability and placement exam results that impact the selection of courses. We do encourage you to visit the Academic Advising FAQ page for more information before attending New Student Registration.
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Choosing a college can be difficult. Choosing a major can be even harder. At Butler, we offer over 60 majors in 6 academic colleges. As a Butler student, you’ll have the chance to take classes across all six colleges no matter your major.
If you know what you want to study, you can declare that major on your application and start taking classes in that program as early as your freshmen year. If you are unsure about what you want to study, or completely undecided, you can start your first semester in our Exploratory Studies program. The only exception to this is if you are interested in the Pre-Pharmacy or Pre-Physician Assistant program. Since both of these programs offer an Auto-Advancement curriculum, students must start in these programs when they arrive on campus for their freshmen year.
For students who know what they want to study, or if you are just interested in seeing what is available at Butler, click on the links below to get more information about each academic college:
College of Business
College of Communication
College of Education
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Jordan College of Fine Arts
With so many programs to choose from, we are sure you will find a major that fits your needs. Have questions for the Office of Admission? Email us at email@example.com.
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