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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Science
June 28, 2016
 
 
Canadian Excellence
 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration will start on Monday, July 4.  Please check LORIS at the beginning of June to see what your Registration status is before you go into Register.   Schedule is below.

 Our courses open up to non-psych majors on Monday, July 25thPlease register for your psych courses by then as you might not get into the psych classes that you need/want if you register after July 24th.  

RETURNING STUDENTS:

Time tickets are assigned based on successfully completed credits. (This includes credits taken over the Spring/Intersession/Summer Terms)

 Time

July 4

 July 5

  July 6

 July 7

 9:30 am

 21.00 +

 13.50-14.75

 7.00-8.75

 0.00-3.75

 10:30 am

 19.00-20.75

 11.50-13.25

 5.25-6.75

 Non-Degree

 12:00 noon





 1:30 pm

 16.50-18.75

 10.25-11.25

 5.00 A (see note 1)

  All Others

 2:30 pm

 15.25-16.25

 10.00

 5.00 B (see note 1)

 3:30 pm

 15.00

 9.00-9.75

 4.00-4.75

NOTES:

1.Groups A & B -The 5.0 completed credits group has been split into two groups, A and B. Group A will consist of surnames starting with the letters A, C, E, G, I, K, M, O, Q, S, U, W, Y. Group B will consist of surnames B, D, F, H, J, L, N, P, R, T, V, X, Z.

2.Registration Restrictions (based on major, program, etc) will be removed at 12:01 am on Monday, July 25th.


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Dr. Anne Wilson, Department of Psychology A social psychologist that specializes in self-appraisals, Dr. Anne Wilson explores how comparisons shape people’s self-image over the course of their lives, which influences their current well-being, satisfaction and health in general. Of particular interest are the comparisons they make to others and those involving their former selves. Her research will eventually lead to programs that can help people deal with major life events including going to university, changing jobs and moving into assisted living.

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