PRSSA Meeting: Donuts, Cider, and Registration


It’s crazy to think that we are already past halfway through this semester. With midterms in the rear view mirror, the focus begins to shift on closing out this semester and starting a new one. That means it is time to register for spring classes.

As a freshman, I really have no clue what registration is all about. Despite meeting with my peer advisor and learning my registration date, which was helpful, there is still a lot that I do not know. What are the classes that I should take? What professors should I consider having? What are the helpful hints and tips of registration that can make the process go smoothly for me?

For those like me, who have many questions and uncertainties with registration, PRSSA is hosting a registration assistance meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 22nd in Lanigan 101. While current members are invited to participate, non-members are invited to join as well. Anyone willing to learn more about registration can come to the meeting.

At the meeting, the e-board made up of fellow Oswego students will go over MyOswego and Degree Works. They will discuss how those programs relate to the registration process. They will also answer questions about what classes people should or may be interested in taking, which professors to take classes with, and even information concerning internships. Any other questions relating to registration and courses will be answered as well.

Oh, and donuts and cider will be served. That’s cool too.

Once again, the meeting takes place Tuesday, October 22nd in Lanigan 101. It begins at 7:30 p.m. Hope to see you there!

About the Author

Travis Barend is a first year student at SUNY Oswego majoring in Public Relations. In addition to his studies, Travis is a member of PRSSA and is a student blogger for SUNY Oswego's website. Travis enjoys writing about NASCAR racing in his spare time. He has spent the recent years writing for various websites, including, a website a part of NASCAR's citizen journalist media corps. He also contributes a weekly news column for, the official website of the NASCAR video game series. Travis also has his own blog,, where he also posts racing content. You can follow Travis on Twitter @TracksideTravis, but be warned. He tweets about NASCAR. A lot.
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