How to Declare
Sign-In Information for Class of 2022
The Department of History offers the opportunity to explore your interests through scholarly research, regular interaction with peers and faculty, and consistent support and guidance throughout your time in the department.
In addition, we offer unique opportunities such as small informal dinners with faculty at Prospect House, a welcome picnic in the fall, and a weekly newsletter just for you.
Contact Judie Miller, Undergraduate Program Administrator, with any questions.
Due to the extenuating circumstances related to COVID-19 please follow these steps if you would like to declare for History.
2. Indicate your concentration on the Registrar’s website between April 2 – 20.
3. One business day after you have declared your concentration, your DAPF will be available for you to complete in TigerHub. You do not need to get final approval before you enroll in classes but we do ask that you complete your DAPF for our records. Once you have formally declared your concentration we will have access to your DAPF and be better able to answer any specific concerns you may have.
4. Enroll in Fall 2020 courses on TigerHub between April 22 – 24. PLEASE NOTE: All History Juniors must take a HIS 400 Jr Seminar in Fall 2020. You may view descriptions of seminar choices here. You will not be able to enroll in HIS 400 until you have declared your concentration; seminar sizes are limited.
In addition to HIS 400, History concentrators must complete nine additional History courses, including four distribution requirements.
5. Students who are interested in History of Science and have questions prior to declaring should contact Professor Jennifer Rampling. The Registrar does not have a designation for History of Science separate from History, but we track History of Science students within the department in accordance with that concentration's specific requirements.
Welcome to History!