New Student Registration Days for Fall 2016 incoming freshmen are a chance for students and their families to learn more information about Stritch, meet students, staff and faculty and register for fall classes.  Registration Days are from 8:00am-2:00pm on the following dates: April 20th, May 25th, June 15th or July 20th.


Please register for a New Student Registration Day by completing the information below:



 

*First Name  
*Last Name  
*Address  
*City  
*State  
*Zip Code  
*Phone Number  
*Email  
High School Attended  
*Intended Major  
If Undecided, please choose up to two areas of interest:   
Choose One:        
Choose One:        
Intended Minor (not required)  
Please select the New Student Registration Day you
would like to attend:     
 
Stritch Seminar
All new students at Stritch are required to enroll in a Stritch Seminar during their first semester. The Stritch Seminar focuses on helping new students succeed in college by gaining competence in critical academic skills, confidence in self and others, and an understanding of the Stritch culture through engagement with the community and reflection on the Franciscan tradition.
Click here to view the Stritch Seminar course descriptions.

Choose Your Freshmen Stritch Seminar:  
First Choice:  
Second Choice:  
*Click here to learn more about LDRS.
Have you taken, or will you be taking any AP or IB exams for courses that you are taking in high school?
 
      
If yes, please list courses, tests and scores (if taken):
 
Have you or are you currently taking any college level courses?
 
   
If yes, please list the name of the course and the college where the course is offered. (Please note you'll need to submit an official transcript from that college or university to Cardinal Stritch.)
   
Have you taken at least 2 years of a single foreign language?
      
If yes, what foreign language have you taken?
If you have completed 2 or more years of French, German, or Spanish, you are required to take a Foreign Language placement exam during the afternoon of your Registration Day. This exam will help determine your placement in foreign language, or waive you out of the foreign language requirement. (NOT REQUIRED for Nursing, Criminal Justice, or Elementary Education Students.)
The LDRS Learning Community
The LDRS learning community is designed to provide students with the opportunity to build community, develop relationships, and become engaged in programs that will enhance their experience at Stritch. It is a FREE program offered to incoming freshmen who are living on-campus or commuting to campus. For more information, click here.
Are you interested in learning more about LDRS?
      

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