A Summer Registration Day provides you with an overview of Saint Michael's educational philosophy and allows you to meet with a faculty academic advisor to begin your academic planning process and to select appropriate courses for the fall semester. Additionally, you'll have the opportunity to meet with some current students and staff members who will talk openly about out-of-the-classroom experiences.
To register for courses, click on the desktop shortcut and use the KnightVision registration system in mySMC, the campus portal. To access KnightVision, you can navigate to mySMC or click the shortcut, then click the KnightVision link in the Quick Links section.
At Saint Michael's College we require graduates to demonstrate proficiency in a second language. If you have studied French or Spanish, you should take the online WebCape placement exam at least three days before you arrive for Summer Registration Day. If you have studied any other language, you will be tested for that language on campus. These language assessments will help us determine the most appropriate placement level for you at the time you enroll in language study.
If you want or need to take an introductory calculus course, you must take the Calculus Placement Test. This includes anyone majoring in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics.
There is no charge for Summer Registration Day. There are numerous hotels and motels in the immediate area for those of you who would prefer to arrive the night before the Summer Registration Day.
You can find more information about the Summer Registration Day in your New Student Guide mailed to incoming students in May. For detailed course descriptions and major requirements see the SMC College Catalog.
2012 Summer Registration Day Dates
- July 13, Friday
- July 17, Tuesday
- July 20, Friday
For those of you who find it impossible to attend a Summer Registration Day, your registration will occur by e-mail to your Saint Michael's account or by mail. The written portion of language assessment will be completed at the New Student Orientation in August.
For specific questions concerning Summer Registration Day:
Office of the Associate Dean