To determine the best possible schedule for 2013-2014, you need to study course descriptions, curriculum planning guides and schedule information. Guidelines for determining your priority classes are also critical. To get started with your schedule plans see the Registration Instructions and Priority Planning
It is important that you carefully read the Registration Instructions Using WebAdvisor. Do this soon! Don’t wait until your registration appointment time.
Registration Appointment Times
You will be given three different registration appointment times, one for each day of the three day “priority registration” period. After the “priority registration” period, students may add and drop classes the rest of the summer.
Time #1 — register for one class for fall and one class for spring
Time #2 — register for a second class for fall and a second class for spring. You can also drop your first class and add another at this time.
Time #3 — register for your remaining classes for fall and for spring.
Your times for each registration day can be found on WebAdvisor under “My Registration Permissions” on the Student Menu page (under the Registration header). Remember to register for both semesters at each appointment time.
NOTE: Appointment times for all Evening-only students will be the Sunday evening, June 16, beginning 6:00pm or 6:15pm through midnight. All fall and spring registration is to be done at that time. The next opportunity to register will be June 19, the third day of priority registration 6:00pm and later.
If you cannot make your appointment time and need someone to register for you, please contact the Registrar’s office, firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-768-6614 for instructions
Priority Registration Days for 2013-14 are June 17, 18 and 19, 2013.
All students register on the three priority registration days, except students who qualify for the “evening-only” status. See below for more information on that.
See the Registration Dates to Remember (pdf) for the registration time lines for both semesters.
Note: On the first two priority registration days students are allowed to register for courses requiring co/prerequisites without prior registration of the requisite. However, you are obligated to sign up for the necessary co/prerequisites when you complete your registration on the last priority day.
Evening-only students will be allowed to register for all fall and spring classes on the Sunday before priority registration begins from 6pm to midnight (June 16, 2013). To qualify students must have advised the Registrar’s office that they have always been and will continue to be an evening division student in the 4-year degree program and that they will be taking only evening classes (classes beginning 3:00pm or later). Failure to comply may be considered an Honor Code violation. If you do not register on the Sunday for evening-only students, your next opportunity will be the third day of priority registration at 6pm and later (June 19, 2013).
If you cannot register at your appointed time, contact the Registrar’s office for assistance, email@example.com.
The first opportunity for any student to sign up for the wait list for a closed class will be the fourth day of registration, June 20, 2013. Wait list invitations for Fall classes will be sent via email starting in early August. Spring wait list invitations will start being sent in November when the Spring add/drop period begins.
To Be Eligible to Register, You Must —
Have paid your student account. Students with a Student Accounts Hold will be allowed to register only after the hold has been removed by the Student and Departmental Account Services office. To determine if you have a hold, go to the WebAdvisor Student Menu page and click on the header, “My Holds/Restrictions” found under the Academic Profile header.
Come to the Registrar’s Office —
1) To register for a course requiring special consent.
Courses requiring special consent are:
- Individual Research
- Internship Seminars if the class requires an application
- Moot Court Board and Moot Court Regional/National Contests
- Law Reviews
- Env. Clinic: Earthrise or International Environmental Law Project; application necessary for both of these classes
- Small Business Clinic - application necessary
- L&C Research Scholars - application necessary
- Advanced Clinic - application necessary
- CJ: Crime Victims Litigation Clinic - application necessary
- Externships - See Externship description to determine which application is necessary
- Professor Permission to add a class without the prerequisite
Note: In the case of courses that require applications, the professor notifies the registrar’s office of those who have been accepted, and the Registrar’s office will then send email messages to those who have been accepted, and they can then register online.
- Internship Seminars requiring applications
- Env. Clinic: Earthrise or International Environmental Project; application necessary for both of these classes
- Small Business Clinic — application necessary
- CJ: Crime Victims Litigation Clinic — application necessary
2) To make arrangements for us to register you if you cannot make your appointed registration time. You may contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For application information, see the course description. Some applications have forms and are listed on the Application web page.
NOTE: Applications are due at the date listed in the course description. Applications listed as due at registration will be due by 10am, on Priority Registration Day I. Courses needing only the professor signature may be presented to the Registrar’s office anytime during the official registration period.