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Registration Information Sheet

The Courses Offered List can be accessed through WebAdvisor or through the following link:

Pre-registration for Intensive Learning travelcourses is not available through WebAdvisor. You may pre-register through the Registrar’s Office using a “May Travel/Intensive Learning Course Enrollment” form for a travel course. Courses will fill quickly.

COURSE CHANGES - Once you log on at your designated pre-registration time you may modify your schedule by adding or dropping classes through WebAdvisor. If a class is full, and the course instructor is allowing you to add the class, you will still need to present a “change to course schedule” form to the Registrar’s Office with both your advisor’s and the instructor’s signature.

FIRST DAY CLASS ATTENDANCE AND DROP POLICY: Unless prior consent for absence from the first meeting of a class is granted by the course instructor, the instructor may request that the Office of the Registrar drop an absent student from the class roster. However, it is the responsibility of the student, not the instructor or the advisor, to make sure that he/she is enrolled in the correct schedule each term. An instructor is not required to drop an absent student; it is an option available to an instructor. Students are expected to drop any course for which they do not intend to remain registered. Simply not attending class does not constitute a drop.

PASS/FAIL COURSES - Students wishing to register for a course on a pass/fail basis must complete the appropriate request form and then submit it to the Registrar’s Office within the “add” period for that class. Eligibility criteria for taking a class on a pass/fail basis are stated on the request form. See the academic calendar for the pass/fail deadline.

AUDIT COURSES - Students may audit a course for non-credit. An audit request form must be completed and submitted at registration or to the Registrar’s Office within the “add” period for that class. Failure to turn in this form will result in the student receiving a grade in the class. NOTE: Turning in an audit request form does not register you for the course. A student must register for the class in the same manner as she/he would register for any course.

COURSE OVERLOAD - An overload fee is applicable to each full course unit taken in excess of five course units in either the Fall or Spring term. This fee is based on the number of course units for which a student is registered at the end of the “add” period. A student registering for an overload must complete a “Request to Overload” form available from the Registrar’s Office, complete the form, obtain the approval and signature of the advisor, and submit the form to the Registrar’s office. Fractional unit courses in applied music for which a student pays fees, in addition to the comprehensive fee, will be exempt from the student’s total course load in determining overload charges.

ADDITIONAL COURSE FEES – Some courses may require an additional fee. These particular courses are identified by a $ which is locatedin the course’s section offering information. The number of $’s translate to the fee range for the course as demonstrated in the key below:

# of $'s / Additional Fee Cost
$$ / Less than $100
$$$ / $100.00- $999.99
$$$$ / $1,000.00- and up

PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITY CREDIT - Physical Education activity classes carry 0.25 unit credit.

FULL-TIME STATUS - Three units constitute a full-time status; however, four or five units is the normal expected course load

During ADD/DROP Course Section Availability may be viewed using WebAdvisor

For details on using WebAdvisor please reference the link below: