Congratulations on placing out of your WRIT course! For some of you, this is an opportunity to take your General Education Elective (Gen Ed) course ahead of time, while for others, it is mandatory that you take a Gen Ed in place of WRIT.
Human Services Foundations (HSF1):
It is mandatory for you to take an "ENGL" subject General Elective (Gen Ed) if you have placed out of your WRIT course. Use the 'Find Your Program' drop down menu to find your program which will direct you to the Band (group of courses) guaranteed to fit on your timetable (this only applies during your scheduled WRIT term.) You will be required to register into a Gen Ed with an "ENGL" subject code. If you are comfortable with online learning, then you may instead choose an "ENGL" elective from that Band. Use the 'How to Register' link for registration assistance. If you missed taking your "ENGL" elective during your place-out semester, please see the 'Out of Sequence/Part Time' link for registration assistance.
Please note: Registration into your Gen Ed will NOT be possible until after the WRIT course has been removed from your timetable.
All Other Students:
It is NOT mandatory that you take your Gen Ed if you place out of WRIT. Should you choose to work ahead, please take the time to find a Band (group of courses) that will fit with your timetable & choose an elective. Use the ‘How to Register’ link for registration assistance (skip to step #3.) If you are successful in completing your Gen Ed, you will still receive registration emails from the Gen Ed office when your program and level is scheduled in the future. The system emails all students in those scheduled programs and levels and cannot detect students who have already completed the requirement.
Please note: Registration into your Gen Ed will NOT be possible until after your WRIT course has been removed from your timetable.
- Fanshawe’s commitment to academic quality and student success is stronger than ever.
- Fanshawe College will defer all in-person classes scheduled for the summer semester and intends to offer a blended delivery of programs in the fall.