The Tri-College Course Guide contains current enrollment information for all courses it lists. After you've found a course in the Guide, click on the specific course link to see a detail box including "CUR ENR" (current enrollment) listed under "Additional Course Info". Note: the Instructor decides whether a course is actually open or closed; current enrollment is provided only as a guide in assessing that potential.
If no information appears under the department or program heading below, please see the departmental office.
ASTR 001- Limited to first come first served-fall and spring
CHEM 010-Limited to 25 per section, first come first served-fall
CHEM 010 Labs- Limited to 24 per section, first come first served - fall
CHEM 022 Labs- Limited to first come first served -- spring
CHEM 032- Limited to 60 upperclassmen, first come first served--fall
CHEM 032 Labs- Limited to 12 upperclassmen per section, first come first served -- fall
CHEM 038 Labs- Limited to first come first served--spring
ECON 001-View policy below
ECON 011 Conferences-Limited to first come first served -- fall
ECON 021 Conferences-Limited to first come first served-spring
All ECON seminars- not available for web-registration
EDUC 001C- not available for web-registration
ENGL 001C- not available for web-registration
ENGL 070K- not available for web-registration
ENVS 089A- not available for web-registration
PHED- Limited to first come first served--fall and spring
PHYS 003 and 003L- limited to first come first served -- fall
PHYS 004 and 004L- limited to first come first served -- spring
Directed Reading, Independent Study, Research, Thesis, Special Projects, etc. are not available for web-registration- see Dept Administrative Asst/Coordinator to register
Anthropology & Sociology:
ANTH 043C.Culture, Health and Illness, at capacity. If interested in being put on a waitlist contact Stacey at email@example.com
SOCI 016B.Research Methods, OPEN
SOCI 020C.Global Colorism, OPEN
SOCI 020D.Race in Latin America & the Caribbean, OPEN
SOCI 025C. Globalization & Global Inequality, OPEN
SOCI 026B. Class Matters: Privilege, Poverty, and Power, OPEN
SOCI 035D.Transnational Migration, OPEN
SOCI 041C/ENVS 033.Indigenous Peoples and Globalization, OPEN
Arabic: see Modern Languages and Literatures
Art (Art History & Studio Arts):
Astronomy - see Physics and Astronomy
You will need to register for the CHEM 010/010.HN and CHEM 032 course and a lab section that fits into your schedule. When adding these on mySwarthmore they must be added together. CHEM 010 and 010.HN share the CHEM 010 labs.
Registration for labs will be "first-come, first-served" basis, you are advised to register early.
Chinese - see Modern Languages and Literatures
ECON 001 sections in spring 2022 are capped at 25 on a first-come, first-served basis during online enrollment, and then at 30 during Add/Drop. Students who wish to add a section of ECON 001 during Add/Drop should submit an add request online. These requests will be handled by Megan Salladino (firstname.lastname@example.org), who will allow students to add the least-enrolled section that fits their academic schedule, up to the overall cap of 30.
All Educational Studies courses are currently still open for fall 2020 enrollment.
Academic Writing Courses: https://www.swarthmore.edu/
For Spring 2022 ENGL 071B and ENGL 052B are full.
Introduction to Global Studies is open to all students interested in exploring global issues, phenomena, and processes that impact all our lives. The program, the newest at the College, has recently announced its Special Majors (click on the Special Majors tab on the website).
For information on the Islamic Studies Program, please visit https://www.swarthmore.
Latin American and Latino Studies:
Literature - see Modern Languages and Literatures
Arabic: For information on Arabic courses, please see https://www.swarthmore.edu/
Chinese: For information on Chinese courses, please see https://www.swarthmore.edu/
French and Francophone Studies: For information on French and Francophone Studies courses, please see https://www.swarthmore.edu/
For more information on German Studies courses, please see https://www.swarthmore.edu/
The Prerequisite for JPNS 008, Extensive Reading in Japanese, is concurrent enrollment in Japanese 002, or above. All levels of Japanese readers above the Japanese 002 level are welcome in the class.
The Prerequisite for JPNS 022, Introduction to Japanese Linguistics, is completion of JPNS 001, or permission of the instructor. Please contact Prof. Bundschuh at email@example.com
JPNS 002, JPNS 004, JPNS 013, and JPNS 020 are open to new students by placement only (these are the second semesters of First-Year, Second-Year, Third-Year and Fourth-Year Japanese). Students who are continuing from Fall semester do not need placement. For placement, contact the instructor or the Japanese Section Head, Will Gardner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information on Japanese classes, please see https://www.swarthmore.
Literature: For information on courses taught in English, please see https://www.swarthmore.edu/
Russian: For information on Russian courses, please see https://www.swarthmore.edu/
Physical Education courses are offered on a first come first served basis and enrollment is capped depending on the course. Check the course schedule for class limits.
Physics and Astronomy:
Registration for PHYS 003/003L labs will be "first-come, first-served" basis, you are advised to register early. Web-registration assignments are tentative, students who will need to resolve conflicts with their lab assignment should contact the Physics/Astronomy dept during add/drop.
RELG 052: The Good Life
RELG 055: Interpreting Asian Religions
Spanish : For information on Spanish courses, please see https://www.swarthmore.edu/
Statistics - see Mathematics and Statistics