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Fall 2020 Information
During the fall semester, the Registrar’s Office will be operating both in person and virtually to continue providing you with the services you expect. Instructions for our services and for minimizing the spread of COVID-19 if you need to visit our office in person are listed on the Fall 2020 Registrar's Office Hours and Operations.
Hope has adopted new course delivery methods (teaching types) for the fall 2020 semester to ensure CDC-approved distancing, while also maintaining our small, liberal arts feel.
No matter what delivery method your fall classes take — in person, online or hybrid — you’ll continue to live and learn on Hope’s campus, in a community that cares for you. As always, you’ll engage with your coursework, your professors and your classmates within the context of Hope’s residential, liberal arts experience.
Classroom capacities for fall 2020, following CDC distancing guidelines, are listed on the COVID-19 Classroom Capacities Google sheet. Faculty, please reference this resource before granting students permission to add your course.
The Registrar’s Office is responsible for maintaining your educational record and coordinating academic advising and registration. We assist you in creating your class schedule and make sure you have the resources to stay on track for graduation.
We will report your grades, process your transcripts and help you make changes to your schedule.
Registration and Schedules
If you have questions about tuition, fees or payments, contact Business Services.
Interested in off-campus programs?
Visit the off-campus program website to search for programs by location, name, term and more. If you are looking for a summer program, selecting “May/June - both” in the Term field will return results only for Vienna Summer School. Selecting “May” or “June” in the Term field will return results for all summer programs for the selected term.
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The Academic Success Center offers free tutoring, peer coaching, group study sessions, and more.
GOING OFF CAMPUS?
If you are going off campus to study or participate in a Hope program, you need to complete the appropriate paperwork.
We are open M–F, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. except when campus is closed. During June and July, we are open M–F, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
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Hope by the Numbers
- 3,150Enrolled Students
Hope is proud to have the “just the right fit” feel with the amount of students we admit. This allows a close-knit community and a low student to faculty ratio.
We offer a wide array of majors. View the college catalog to see the requirements of each major.Current catalog
- 6832018 graduates
We are so proud of our graduates! They’ve worked hard to earn their degree from Hope.
- 1,499Courses offered Fall 2018
That’s a lot of courses! We also have a variety of liberal arts courses and have plenty of opportunities for internships.