Dear Student,

As registration approaches for the Fall semester, I am writing to assure you that we have taken action that will provide academic advisement for all students, and establish an efficient and expanded time frame to register.  You may be aware by now, that many faculty continue to advise students this semester.  Additionally, many professional staff members will also be available to assist you in the advisement and registration process.

The schedule for Fall 2012 registration is as follows, based upon earned credits, not including credits currently enrolled:

Apr.  4              Seniors: 127 – 104 credits             Fall/Summer

Apr.  5              Seniors: 103 – 90 credits              Fall/Summer

Apr.  6                 All Seniors                                          Fall/Summer

Apr.  9              Juniors: 89 – 72 credits                Fall/Summer

Apr.  11             Juniors: 71 – 58 credits                Fall/Summer

Apr.  13             All Juniors                                           Fall/Summer

Apr.  16             Sophomores: 57 – 39 credits         Fall/Summer

Apr.  18             Sophomores: 38 – 24 credits         Fall/Summer

Apr.  20            All Sophomores                       Fall/Summer                                                             


Apr.  23             Freshmen: 23 – 12 credits             Fall/Summer

Apr . 25             Freshmen: 11 – 0 credits               Fall/Summer                        

Apr.  27             All Freshman                              Fall/Summer

Apr. 30              All Students:  Graduate & Undergraduate                         Fall/Summer


If you have already applied to graduate, you have been contacted by the Office of Registration Services regarding any outstanding requirements you may have to complete in order to graduate.  Please use WP Connect to generate the most up-to-date degree audit report.

Please note, you may access your advisor assignment for this semester via WP Connect.  Log on to WP Connect, select the Select Self Service tab, and then click on “My Advisor and WP Notes.” There you will be able to locate your advisor.  The advisor assignment will be updated and available on March 9, 2012.

For questions regarding your advisor, the advisement process, or registration, please contact the noted advisor, the Associate Dean of your college and/or the Career Development and Advisement Center.

I want to assure you again, that your academic advisement and registration for the Fall semester will not be compromised.


John Martone Signature

John A. Martone
Vice President for Student Development

William Paterson University
300 Pompton Road, Wayne, New Jersey 07470     973-720-2179     martonej@wpunj.edu