The Course Registration Assistant (CRA) program is being piloted in the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences and the College of Science and Mathematics. The pilot program is limited to freshmen and sophomore students majoring in Health and Human Performance and freshmen students majoring in a pre-professional health concentration.
The Health and Human Performance (HHP) Department has piloted the use of during the last three semesters. Graduate students serve as CRAs for freshmen and sophomore students majoring in HHP. The advising coordinator for the college trained and supervises the CRAs. HHP faculty advisors require their freshmen and sophomore advisees to meet with a CRA for the purpose of schedule planning prior to registration. The CRAs are able to enter a permit allowing students to register for classes without speaking to their faculty advisors.
A summary report of the pilot program in the HHP department can be accessed at the following link:
The Pre-Professional Health Program has piloted the use of CRAs during the last three semesters. Junior and senior level students majoring in the pre-professional health sciences were trained and serve as CRAs. The advising coordinator for the college trained and supervises the CRAs. The pilot program was limited to freshmen students in pre-professional health majors. These students were encouraged, but not required, to meet with a CRA for pre-registration course planning assistance. The CRAs could not enter a permit to allow students to register for classes, and all pre-professional health students were required to meet with their faculty advisors.
A summary report of the pilot program for the pre-professional health programs can be accessed at the following link: