Enrolling in Biology 121 or 122

If you want to take Integrative Biology I (BIOL 121), you will need to follow these directions.  However, before you get started, please realize that this course is intended for students majoring or minoring in Biology, students interested in health-related careers, and students in other majors that require these courses.



  • Due to recent changes to the Biology curriculum, Biology majors and minors who will have successfully completed BIOL 122 at R-MC (C- or higher), by the end of the Spring 2018 semester, should NOT take BIOL 121; instead these students should take Biol 123 in the Spring 2019 semester.
  • Students who have not taken BIOL 121 or BIOL 122 at R-MC, including those students who have transfer or AP credit for BIOL 122, SHOULD take BIOL 121.
  • Questions about the new Biology curriculum (but not the registration process described below) should be directed to your academic advisor or Dr. Lim-Fong (glim@rmc.edu).





Follow the link below and fill out the web form.



If your intended schedule changes after your initial submission of the web form, simply follow the link again and submit another web form (all the entries are time stamped, so we’ll be able to identify your most recent submission). To maximize your chance for a seat, forms should be submitted by 8:00 AM on the day prior to the start of your registration period, which is determined by the number of credit hours you have earned according to MyMaconWeb, not the number of years you have been at RMC. It is very important that you accurately report the number of credit hours you have earned (you can find this information at the top of your unofficial transcript). Note that there are no seats available directly through MyMaconWeb, so you must complete the form to enroll in the course.





The evening before the beginning of each registration period (which is determined by the number of credit hours earned; see above), emails will be sent to all students who have been authorized to enroll in the corresponding registration period. Please note that emails will likely be sent in batches, so you should not worry if your peers receive authorization emails before you.  If you receive such an email, you will have 48 hours to enroll yourself (via MyMaconWeb) in the section for which you have been authorized. If you do not enroll within 48 hours, your authorization will be revoked, and your slot will be made available to another student.



Any questions about this registration process should be directed to Professor Ramage (BenjaminRamage@rmc.edu).