Advance Registration Process and Procedure
Advance Registration Process
- Complete and submit registration requests on-line according to the established schedule.
- Wild Card selections
approved either in April or November will be recorded for you
by the Office of Registration and Enrollment on your on-line Advance Registration
Request Form. Students no longer interested in taking this course simply drop it
during the open on-line registration window. Once the request form is submitted, you
will not get a second chance to use Wild Card even if you later drop the course.
- Students who in April are approved for enrollment in a summer, fall or spring clinic or
LTP course will have that course entered on their on-line course registration form by
the Office of Registration and Enrollment. Students no longer interested in taking this
course simply drop it during the open on-line registration window. Once the request
form is submitted, you will not get a second chance in the same academic year to use the Clinic/LTP/Cardin
Preference even if you later drop the course. Students who are admitted to a
clinic/LTP in their second year but who do not take that course may not submit another
preference form in the same academic year, but may submit the form again in the
List on the on-line Advance Registration Request Form [instructions] your course enrollment requests. Selections in excess of the credit limit may be dropped by the Office of Registration and Enrollment, except for evening students who have received prior permission to exceed the limit by submitting a Registration Status and Exception Request Form and switching to the Day program for billing purposes. Although students may submit on-line requests for more than the maximum credit limit, the Office of Registration and Enrollment will determine which credits will be dropped.
- Processing of on-line Advance Registration Request Forms assumes that students follow the rules,
including course prerequisites (see on-line catalog course descriptions), conflicting class meeting times, repeat limits and class restrictions (for example, non-first
year students registering for first year classes and vice versa). Although on-line
registration does not enforce co-requisites and day/evening credit limitations,students not
in compliance will be required to adjust their schedules.
- Sometime after Advance Registration OR&E will inform students by email when approved schedules
have been posted on SURFS. Approved schedules also will be printed on the bill for tuition and fees (which will be
sent to you prior to the start of the semester/summer session)
- To get on the wait list during advance registration for an overenrolled course (including
those courses which have a scheduling conflict with the alternate course for which you
will register), submit a paper add-drop form
to the Office of Registration and Enrollment.
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