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Advising & Registration Event

Choosing the classes that will best suit your career and degree path can be tricky. We’ve set aside a day to make your planning easier. You’ll also be able to get to know students from your class, get a preview of our faculty, meet your advisor, and register for classes!


Prepare for Registration

Whether you can make it to an advising and registration event or not, we have the resources to help you prepare for your future. Read through our advising and registration workbook for an in-depth look at how to plan for your time at Montreat. We’ll outline what your first semester should look like, help you choose between a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science degree, show you what Montreat’s general education curriculum includes and more.


Advising & Registration Workbook

To help you prepare for our Advising and Registration event this summer, we’ve designed a workbook just for you! Use this guide to work through designing your four years at Montreat College. We’ll give you scheduling ideas for your first semester, tips on meeting graduation requirements, policies on advising, descriptions of majors and courses, and so much more. With our Advising and Registration Workbook, you will have the tools to be in charge of your schedule, mapping a plan to graduation.

A&R Handbook 2015-2016 >>


Join us for our Summer Advising & Registration Event!

If you are deposited for fall 2015, you are invited to come to campus on June 19th for our advising and registration event. Here, you will be able to:

  • Register for classes
  • Meet with a faculty advisor from your area of interest
  • Get to know several of our professors from different departments
  • Enjoy lunch on us
  • Learn more about the Montreat Experience
  • Receive your student ID
  • Get to know your future classmates!

For more information on advising and registration events, contact the Admissions Office at 828.669.8012, ext. 3799 or email admissions@montreat.edu. Register for the June 19th event by June 5th.






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