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Registering for Fall 2018 sections

Due to capacity limitations, all Fall 2018 sections of CS101 have been major-restricted. You must be in a major that requires CS101 to graduate to take CS101 during Fall 2018. If you are not in one of the permitted majors, you can take the course during Summer 2018 or Spring 2019 when there are no major restrictions.

If you are in a major that requires CS101 for graduation but are having difficulty registering, e-mail brian.powell@mail.wvu.edu with your major, WVU student ID number, and the number of the CRN you wish to register for.

MyLab Lesson C grades posted

Grades for MyLab Lessons including Lesson C were posted to the CS101 gradebook on Thursday, July 12. Students should have earned 95 points if all work was done on-time. Grades for submitted MyLab Bonus Projects have also been posted. If you cannot see your grades, it may be that you did not set your Student ID correctly. See the Setting Student IDs page for instructions on how to fix your Student ID.

Looking for the required course materials?

Find out what you need to purchase for CS101 on the Course Materials and Technology Requirements page. The textbook and MyITLab versions are specific to WVU, so you must purchase from Pearson directly or through one of the Morgantown bookstores. You cannot buy CS101 materials from Amazon.

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