Registered Class, 2015/2016
This page provides updates to students registered for Caribbean Studies in 2015/2016
Update: September 22, 2015
Final step in Registering your thesis for Semester I is the submission of your Topic Registration From. The Deadline for submitting your Topic Registration form is September 29. The form will be sent to the email you used in submitting your proposal and must be resent electronically. If you have not received the form by email, please contact Alison Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update: August 31, 2015
Today is the deadline for submission of your topic and proposal. Please visit https://humn3099.wufoo.com/forms/humn3099-caribbean-studies-201516-proposal/ to complete and submit your topic and proposal if you have not yet done so.
Meetings with Departmental Representatives have been scheduled as follows:
All registered students should attend these meetings as follows:
French - September 11 at 9.30 a.m., Bruce St. John Conference Room
History - September 11 at 2.00 p.m. (room tba)
Linguistics - September 11 at 5.00 p.m. (room tba)
Literatures in English - September 11 at 11.00 a.m., Bruce St. John Conference Room
Spanish - September 11 at 9.30 a.m., Bruce St. John Conference Room
Update: August 10, 2015
The first step in the administrative process is the submission of your topic and proposal.
Please visit https://humn3099.wufoo.com/forms/humn3099-caribbean-studies-201516-proposal/ to complete and submit your topic and proposal.
Download a copy of the HUMN3099 Guidelines, 2015/2016
Who can register for HUMN3099?
- Students registered Full-time who have successfully completed at least 10 Level II/III courses or 30 credits of Level II/III courses.
- Students registered Part-time who have successfully completed at least 14 Level II/III courses or 42 credits of Level II/III courses.
HUMN3099 should be taken in your final full academic year of study.
STEPS IN THE REGISTRATION PROCESS
1. August 1—31
Submit your Topic and Proposal Online
(Visit our website for details). Deadline August 31
2. August 17 –September 11
Register on CHOL during the regular registration period.
3. September 7-11
Meet with Departmental Representatives. Look out for your meeting date in your inbox, on elearning, notice boards or this website.
4. September 14-18
Notification of topical approval and Supervisor Assignment.
5. September 19-27
(i) Contact your Supervisor to arrange a preliminary meeting
(ii) Register your Topic: Following notification of approval of your topic, you will be emailed the official TRF Topic Registration Form. Deadline for returning this to the office by email is September 25.
Register on CHOL again in January.