New Student Registration Days

At New Student Registration Days, you'll meet your academic advisor, learn how to get involved on campus, and most importantly, register for classes. Each session runs from 8:30 a.m.  until 2 p.m., with check-in beginning at 8 a.m.

New Student Registration Days will be held on:

Friday, April 17
Wednesday, May 20
Wednesday, June 17
Wednesday, July 22 


Register for New Student Registration Day

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• Date/Event  

• First name

• Last name  
• Address  

• City



• ZIP  
• Phone  
• Email address  
• High school  
• Intended Major
If Undecided, please choose up to two areas of interest:
Intended Minor    

• 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 communication and reflection on the Franciscan tradition. Please select your first and second choice for Stritch Seminar. View a list of Stritch Seminar descriptions here.




• 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 taken at least 2 years of a single foreign language?


 If yes, what foreign language have you taken?





Are you interested in continuing study in this language during college?

If you completed 2 or more years of French, German or Spanish, you are required to take a Foreign Language placement exam prior to your Registration Day. Click here to complete this placement exam. This exam will help determine your placement in foreign language, or waive you out of the foreign language requirement (NOT REQUIRED for Nursing or Elementary Education students).
• Are you interested in LDRS?

Do you have any specific questions you would like to have answered
before New Student Registration Day?