IMPORTANT NOTE: ARTS 130 and ARTS 140 cannot be requested during the Course Selection Period. These courses are added during the Drop/Add Period (beginning November 30).
- Both courses should be completed in your first year, one in the Fall term and one in the Winter term.
- If you completed an ARTS 130 topic in Fall, you should enrol in ARTS 140 in Winter, and vice versa.
- You can take them in any order, but only one Arts First course can be taken at a time.
- You cannot repeat an Arts First course if you have previously successfully completed it.
- Each section of ARTS 130 and ARTS 140 has a different topic, but the overall learning outcomes and goals are the same for all topics in each course.
To prepare to add ARTS 130 or ARTS 140 to your Winter course schedule, follow the steps below BEFORE November 30.
Note: Students co-registered at St. Jerome's (STJ), please select an ONLNJ designated section (ARTS 130 ONLNJ - SEM 046, 047, or ARTS 140 ONLNJ - SEM 042, 043).
Step 1: Review the list of Arts First topics and note your top choices
- Review the Winter term Arts First topic descriptions for ARTS 130 or ARTS 140.
- Make a list of topics you're interested in. Note the four-digit class number for each topic - you'll need that to enrol in Quest.
WHY DO I NEED A LIST?
- You might not get into the first few topics when you try to enrol if they are full, since a maximum of 25 students can enrol in each ARTS 130 or ARTS 140 class.
- If you can’t get in to your first few choices, you will have other options ready to try to ensure you are able to add a section your schedule.
STEP 2: Check your appointment time for the beginning of the Drop/Add Period
For instructions on viewing your appointment time for the beginning of the Drop/Add Period, please see the Quest help page.
Important note: The Add Period continues beyond your appointment time - until the last day to add classes for the term selected.
STEP 3: Starting November 30/December 1 add your Winter term topic in Quest
- If you can’t get into your first choice, try your second choice, then your third choice, and so on.
- You must keep trying to add a section until you find one that has space and you can add to your schedule.
- Follow the steps below to add your Arts First topic:
1. Once logged into Quest, in the Enroll tab, click add .
2. a. Type the 4-digit class number for your first choice topic into the “Enter Class Nbr” box, then hit enter.
2. b. If you don’t know the class number, Click search under the Find Classes heading.
Enter “ARTS” in the subject field and either “130” or “140” in the Course Number field, depending on which course you’d like to add.
If you use the 4-digit class number, that specific section will come up.
If you did a class search, your search results will list all of the topics. Click the select button next to your preferred topic. Proceed with the next steps until you have the option to select finish enrolling.
A green checkmark will appear in the Status column if you’ve successfully enrolled in your preferred topic.
If a red X appears and an error message, it means the course wasn’t added successfully, and you’ll need to try adding a different topic.
3. To confirm you are enrolled in ARTS 130 or ARTS 140, look back at your list of classes.
In this example, the student is enrolled in ARTS 130, class number 4179. From their list of topics they know that the topic title of class number 4179 is “Community for Mental Health”.
Students co-registered at St. Jerome’s University:
You should select an ONLNJ designated section (ARTS 130 ONLNJ - SEM 046, 047, or ARTS 140 ONLNJ - SEM 042, 043). For assistance, please connect with a St. Jerome’s Peer Academic Leader (PAL). The PALS hold daily office hours in Sweeney Hall (SH) Room 1012 and can be contacted via email at email@example.com or by phone at (519) 884-8111 Ext. 28208.
Students co-registered at Renison University College:
Need to make changes to your other classes in Quest? Use the swap function (screen recording) - it's the safest way to try to switch one class for another. You can also add classes (screen recording) if you don’t see all the courses you requested. Check the Quest FAQ page for more helpful instructions.