I figure as a first year I have the most relevant "wisdom" (insights?) to offer to incoming students since I was one just a few months ago. With that in mind, because Spring registration has begun here on campus, I'll share my thoughts on Fall registration as a first year.
First, some tips:If you're planning on a major with a lot of prerequisites or course requirements, consider taking a couple classes for that major freshman year to really decide if it's for you. If it is, you'll already be on your way to getting that degree!
If you're unsure about your major, take the time to find classes and professors that have good reviews coupled with topics that might interest you.
When registering for classes on campus it speeds up registration exponentially if you have the Course Reference Number (CRN) beforehand because PRESTO is not, exactly, the best user experience.
This week I figured how to get the rest of my point across as a comic (read: I procrastinated less!) Enjoy.