What is Registration?
Registration is the official admittance of students to a class or classes. Registered students are permitted access to campus services and facilities. The process of registration for the programs in Physical Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology is coordinated through the respective departments.
The process of registration for public health students requires consultation with an advisor who is assigned according to the program of interest and who must approve a student’s course selections each semester. New students and continuing conditional admissions, non-matriculated and certificate students must also have sign-off by the Admissions Office of the registration form each semester.
Public health students may mail, FAX, email, or come to the school to register. Returning students without pending financial aid are encouraged to register by as soon as possible. Approval for courses must be obtained from the appropriate department chair or program advisor before registration forms are returned to the Office of the University Registrar. Departmental approval may be by phone or email.
New public health students who have received letters of acceptance from the Admissions Office, who do not have pending financial aid, and who are not on international visas may also register during the scheduled registration period. Approval for courses must be obtained from the appropriate department chair or program advisor before registration forms are returned to the Admissions Office for sign off. Departmental approval may be by phone or email.
International students may register during the scheduled registration period, secure the approval of the appropriate department chair or program advisor, and have the registration form signed off by the Admissions Office before arriving at the school. However, new international students are required to meet with the International Student and Scholar Advisor when they arrive at the school and before classes start.
Page updated: November 7, 2014