College of Arts and Sciences

Advising and Registration Information


To see an advisor, please click here to schedule an appointment. When you come to see your advisor, please have some idea of what you would like to take. There is no walk-in registration in the Department of History. All full-time History faculty advise students; see below for their schedules. It is by appointment only--always--for all registration periods. 

If you have questions, feel free to contact Teri Luce (; (260) 481-6686) or your advisor.


Priority Registration is the time set aside each semester for current students to register for the upcoming term(s). The first week of this four week period is for graduate students, seniors, and degree candidates. The second week is for juniors, athletes, students registered with Services for Students with Disabilities, and students who have been admitted into the Honors Program. The third week is for sophomores, and the fourth week is for freshmen and others. This registration period generally begins around the third week in October (for spring enrollment) and the third week in March (for summer and fall enrollment).

In the College of Arts and Sciences, students have the option of enrolling in classes on the internet using OASIS through myPFW or by coming to the office, Liberal Arts Building Room 209, to register. Meeting with an advisor is recommended prior to registering, but not required, unless you are on academic probation.