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Registration period for Monday afternoon seminars, which meet for the first time next week, has been extended from Sept. 14 to Sept. 20 to allow more time for students to add these classes.

Monday afternoon seminars did not hold class the first half-week of school, which began on a Wednesday, and were then canceled this week due to Labor Day.

"We have extended the add deadline just for those classes until the following Monday," said University Registrar Robert Fitzgerald.

But students who wish to add a Monday seminar to their schedule after Sept. 14 must enroll at the Office of the Registrar in J. Walter Wilson, as online registration will be closed after that date. During the extended period, they will not be fined the standard $15 fee for late registration.

Professors of Monday afternoon seminars brought the issue to the attention of the registrar's office, which subsequently made the decision to extend the registration deadline in conjunction with the Dean of the College, Fitzgerald added.

"It just seems like an unfortunate happenstance," Professor of English Forrest Gander, who teaches LITR 1230K: "Latin American Death Trip," wrote in an e-mail to The Herald. "I don't expect my class size to suffer at all."

Students have until Tuesday at 5 p.m. to add other courses without incurring a fee.


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