Fall semester is coming to a close, and you know what that means. It’s that time of year again: course registration.
Time to set up a meeting with your advisor, who might be helpful
and you’re just like
or your advisor might be more like
(or that’s what you hear when he/she talks, anyway).
But, hey, it can’t be that bad.
I mean, look at all those fun classes you can take!
Too bad all the upperclassmen have already registered and there are like three spots left in the class you want.
And the only section conflicts with a 2 PM math class you need to take.
But, okay, maybe you can take calc at 8 AM instead…
…with the notoriously difficult-to-understand professor…
…on the other side of campus.
After all the sacrifices have been made…
…you have a schedule set up and it’s almost time to register.
You look at your already-registered classmates like
5 minutes left. The site won’t let you in, so you’re just staring at the computer…
2 minutes to go. You start refreshing just in case the website lets you in early.
Someone down the hall yells that they got in and you’re just like
And now, so is your 2 PM math.
Eventually, you have an official schedule that might not be what you expected…
…but remember, you can always hope that someone drops one of the classes you wanted…
…or learn to love waking up at 6.
But that’s just worst case scenario.