Registration: Summer and Fall

Taking General Chemistry II this summer and want to register for Organic Chemistry I in the fall?

Once you're registered for General Chemistry II at USF in the summer, you will be able to register yourself online into Organic Chemistry I for the fall at USF.

However, if you're taking General Chemistry II at another institution, you will not be able to register for Organic Chemistry I in the fall until you have provided the department with a transcript showing your grade of a “C” or higher in General Chemistry II at the other institution. A screen shot of your unofficial transcript may be emailed to Deidre Shymanski at dhshymanski@usfca.edu so that she may get the department’s approval to have you cleared for registration.

Taking Organic Chemistry II at USF this summer and want to register for a fall course that has CHEM 231 as a prerequisite?

Once you are registered for Organic Chemistry II at USF in the summer, you can register yourself online into a course that has CHEM 231 as a prerequisite such as the Fundamentals of Biochemistry for the fall. This is due to a glitch in our registration system.

However, if you are taking Organic Chemistry II at another institution, you will not be able to register for a course with CHEM 231 as a prerequisite in the fall until you have provided the department with a transcript showing your grade of a “C” or higher in General Chemistry II at the other institution. A screen shot of your unofficial transcript may be emailed to Deidre Shymanski at dhshymanski@usfca.edu so that she may get the department’s approval to have you cleared for registration.

Taking General Chemistry I and II over the summer at USF or Organic Chemistry I and II but are only able to register online for the first course in the sequence?

Students can only register themselves online for the first course in the sequence due to a glitch in our registration system. After registering for the first course in the sequence, contact Deidre Shymanski at dhshymanski@usfca.edu to override the restrictions.