Sign-ups for BC1002 and BC1503 labs have now been moved online. These courses are now L-courses and follow the special sign up procedures as listed on the Registrar website. http://barnard.edu/registrar/registration-program-filing/special-sign-up
Please note that if you receive a spot in the lab, you MUST attend the first lab. If you are absent from the lab, you will be dropped from the course and your spot will be filled.
For BC1002 Contemporary Issues in Biology (Lab & Lecture)
Step 1: Sign-up for BC1002-Contemporary Issues in Biology (4.5 credit course).
Step 2: Sign-up for a section of BC1012-BIOL BC1002 Lab (0.0 credit course). This is the lab section.
For BC1503 Introductory Lab in Cell and Molecular Biology (Lab & Recitation)
Step 1: Sign-up for BC1503-Introductory Lab in Cell and Molecular Biology (2.0 credit course).
Step 2: Sign-up for a section of BC1513-BIOL BC1503 Recitation (0.0 credit course). This is the lab recitation.
Tell me about lab.
The lab is 3 hours long and meets once a week. You will perform activities that complement the material you are learning about in lecture.
For the 1500 level labs, there is a 50-minute recitation section that accompanies the lab that meets either on Monday mornings the week of lab or Friday afternoons the week before lab. The lecture and the lab are separate courses and you must take them during the same semester.
Where does lab meet?
Labs will meet on the 9th floor of Altschul. On the first day of lab, an attendance sheet will be posted on the door.
When do labs start?
Labs begin on the first Monday of classes (first full week of school). You must attend the first lab. If you are absent from the lab, you will be dropped from the course and your spot will be filled.
How do I sign up for lab if I'm a first-year student?
You will be placed into a lab section over the summer by the first-year class dean. You should see the lab section in your schedule of classes in my.barnard.
Can I change my lab section?
For questions about lab sign-ups including changing a lab or getting into a lab that is already full, please contact the appropriate Associate Laboratory Director.
For 1000-Level Labs
For 1500-Level Labs
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General Lab Times Offered
(Subject to Change)
T 9am- 12pm
T 1pm -4pm
W 10am- 1pm
W 2pm – 5pm