How to Sign Up for First-semester Courses
Step 1: Watch the Videos
Log in to myBucknell and watch the videos found in your Summer Academic Advising gadget.
Watch the first-year engineering videos
Step 2: Join the Zoom Web Advising Session
Log in to myBucknell and review the Zoom web session dates and times in the College of Engineering gadget. The web sessions will take place through June 4. During each webinar, Associate Dean Norton will serve as the summer academic adviser and provide a high-level overview of the registration and fall semester course selection process as well as curriculum requirements.
If you have questions about academics or course selections after participating in one of the Zoom sessions, please contact Associate Dean Norton (email@example.com).
Participate in a Zoom webinar by June 4
Step 3: Review Model Programs
Review the Model First-semester Programs
Step 4: Learn About Courses
These are the courses that will be available to you in your first semester. They can be found on the Course Information for First-year Students page.
Please review the Residential Colleges website. If you are interested in the program, you must select your preferred Foundation Seminars for the Residential Colleges in which you are interested. Your W1 selections must include Foundation Seminar (FOUN or RESC) courses. For more details, please refer to the Res Colleges video you viewed as part of your Summer Academic Advising process.
Read the first-year course descriptions
Step 5: Review the Requirements
Review the University's general requirements so you know what to expect throughout your academic career. If you indicated on your application that you are interested in a particular major, become familiar with that program in the University course catalog.
Be sure to use the Course Information for First-year Students page to select your courses — not the course catalog.
Become familiar with Bucknell's requirements
Step 6: Connect With the Garman Guides Program
Through the ENGR 099 seminar course, each first-year engineering student will be assigned to a small cohort led by a Garman Guide – a junior or senior engineering student who has been selected to be a peer mentor.
In May or June, you will receive a welcome email from the Garman Guides program, and our staff will be happy to assist you during Summer Advising. Your assigned Garman Guide is available to answer academic, co-curricular and social engagement questions throughout the year.
Step 7: Select Your Courses
It's now time to complete the online registration for your courses!
Complete your course selection by June 15