Registration is comprised of paying all obligations to the College and making any necessary changes before the end of the Add-Drop period. During this period, matriculated undergraduates may register for a up to 18 s.h. without additional permission needed. See Schedule Changes for more details.
All students (including student teachers, interns, etc.) are expected to go through the registration process.
Registering properly establishes the student’s status as one of the following:
Full-time degree candidate: a student who has been accepted by this College as a degree candidate and is enrolled for 12 or more s.h. of undergraduate/graduate work.
Part-time degree candidate: a student who has been accepted by this College as a degree candidate and is enrolled in less than 12 s.h. of undergraduate/graduate course work.
Non-degree: a student who is being permitted to take courses but who has not been accepted as a degree candidate. Enrollment as a non-degree student does not guarantee nor does it imply that the student so enrolled will be accepted as a degree candidate if application is made.
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