3. Take some core classes first, especially if you are unsure of what major you want to pursue.
During my freshman year, I was sure to take my two math classes right when I began at DePaul so I could get them out of the way. I remember hearing my friends complain about still having to complete their math credits last year, and I was so grateful that was not me. I also suggest taking other core classes first because it is best to focus more on your major as your time at DePaul comes to a close.
4. Create a schedule that works best for you.
Make sure you pick classes at times you are ready to learn. You have a lot of flexibility to pick classes as early as 8 in the morning, or as late as 6 at night. I also suggest not being afraid to pick classes at a lot of different times, because then you can figure out what works best for you.
5. Make sure you know your registration time!
In order to assure you get all of your preferred classes, you should be sure to register as early as possible! On Campus Connect there are different sets of registrations times for students, so make sure to check yours.
I hope everyone is enrolled in all of the classes they wanted, and are excited to begin Spring Quarter (arguably the best quarter) very soon!