• Registration & Records

  • ACTC Cross-Registration Information

    For Hamline Undergraduate Students

    Student Eligibility - ACTC cross-registration is offered to Hamline students who:

    • Are full-time, Bachelors degree-seeking, undergraduate students. (Post baccalaureate and graduate students do not qualify.)
    • Are not first-year students registering for their first semester. (Exception: first-year students who want to take a foreign language not offered at Hamline may cross-register for an ACTC language class.)
    • Obtain their advisor’s signature (see the ACTC cross-registration form.)
    • Have completed (or in-progress) prerequisites required for the desired ACTC classes. Note: Hamline advisors may not waive prerequisites; only ACTC instructors may do so.
    • Want to cross-register for regular day classes.

    Number of Courses

    • One ACTC course semester is allowed (even if the course is fewer than four credits), provided that the course is not offered at Hamline during the same semester.
      • Exception - Students pursuing a specialized major or minor that specifically requires ACTC courses (such as Physical Education, Social Studies, or an approved Hamline Flexible Curriculum major or minor) may register for more than one ACTC course in a semester.  Advisor approval is required.
    • Cross-registration will not be processed if doing so would result in a credit overload for the semester; students may register for no more than 20 credits in fall or spring.

    Course Eligibility

    • Only undergraduate courses are available for ACTC cross-registration.
    • Summer courses are not eligible.
    • St. Thomas is the only ACTC school, besides Hamline, with an eligible January (winter) term.
    • All directed study work (independent and individual study courses, internships, private music lessons, etc.) must be taken at Hamline.
    • Course prerequisites must be satisfied or in progress before cross-registration will occur.
    • ACTC schools may deny cross-registration in some areas of study (e.g., first year seminars, or nursing.)
    • ACTC schools may deny cross-registration in certain specialty program courses (e.g. St. Kate’s Weekend College and Minneapolis Campus courses.)
    • Hamline students attempting to cross-register for Business courses at St. Thomas (such as ACCT, BLAW, BUSN, DSCI, ENTR, FINC, MGMT, MKTG, REAL) are required to obtain approval from the St. Thomas College of Business. Email cobundergrad@stthomas.edu to obtain approval. Print out their return email approval and attach it to your ACTC Cross-Registration Form PRIOR to submitting the form to Student Administrative Services for processing.
    • Hamline students attempting to cross-register for Environmental Studies, Computer Science, or Math courses at Macalester (such as ENVI, COMP, or MATH) are required to obtain instructor’s signature/approval. We will accept email approval directly from the instructor. Print out their email approval and attach it to your ACTC Cross-Registration Form PRIOR to submitting the form to Student Administrative Services for processing.

    The complete cross-registration policies are available on the ACTC website: https://sites.google.com/a/actc-mn.org/actc/. At Hamline, questions on eligibility and policies may be directed to associate registrar Emy Farley, 651-523-2602. Note: Hamline graduating seniors taking ACTC classes during their last semester participate in commencement even if their ACTC classes extend past Hamline’s final exam period.

    Registration Procedure

    • Students must submit a completed and signed ACTC Cross-Registration Form to Student Administrative Services (East Hall 113).  This form must be accompanied by a course description and the course schedule.
    • The ACTC Cross-Registration Form must be submitted during the approved registration periods.  For specific dates, please see the registration calendar.
    • Advisor and student signature are always required.
    • Once the ACTC cross-registration period has closed, two weeks after the start of open registration, forms will again be accepted beginning the the first day of the semester through the last day to add for the semester (instructor signature is required starting the first day of class). The ACTC schools may have differing term start dates; forms will be accepted based on the term start date of the other school and the last day to add a class at Hamline.

    Class Listings - Each ACTC school's course information websites may also be accessed from the ACTC website.



    St. Catherine

    St. Thomas

    Academic Calendars

    Academic calendars for the ACTC schools are available in a consolidated format on the ACTC website.  Note that January-May calendar dates differ among ACTC schools, so plan accordingly.

    ACTC Joint Academic Programs

    Classes offered as part of a Women's Studies major or minor may be found on the ACTC website under Programs.

  • News

    Jul 16 2014

    Press Published

    Professor Sharon Press recently published the article Mediator Ethical Breached: Implications for Public Policy in Penn State Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation.

    Basford presents at the University of Minnesota’s Community-Engaged Research Conference on July 11 and July 12, 2014 in Minneapolis, MN. 

    The Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities (ACTC) will continue working on shared administrative services this summer with leadership transition, deeper investigations of IT services, and an exploration of organizational structure and governance for a shared service entity.