- There is an opening in the Biology class that meets about 15 minutes from my house at the satellite school. On Mondays and Wednesdays.
- There are no on campus science classes that meet for anything less than 3 days on campus - and those are few and far between. But there is an astronomy class that meets 3 days for lectures and 1 day for the lab. During the day. And there are 5 slots still available.
So I'm going to drop my ambitious night campus class schedule. And I'm going to enroll in the astronomy class and the local biology class. Then I won't be gone as much. I'll be home around 9 the two nights a week that I go to school. I'll be more accessible to my family.
The downside: going to campus four days a week means that I won't be able to sub as much. I did ask The UIC what he thought about this - he pointed out that I didn't sub all summer and that things are okay... so to go for the daytime classes. Because this way we don't have to both rush around in the afternoons - me driving to campus and him at breakneck speed to try to get home. He feels better about me going locally at night and not walking across campus to my car at 10:30 at night.
My registration period unlocks at 7:30. I'll be on pins and needles till then.