Office of the Registrar

Course Registration

Use Student Services Online (SSO) to register for Fall and Spring courses. Here are instructions for how to navigate SSO: How to Register for Courses.

Use the Add/Drop Form below for the following:

  • January and Summer course registration
  • After the online course registration period closes
  • To drop a course with a grade of “W”

Registration Dates

Registration for the Summer 2018 semester is from April 17 – May 21.
Registration for the Fall 2018 semester is from April 17 – September 11.

Course Schedules

Summer 2018

Fall 2018 – excluding SU 125/190 courses

SU 125 & SU 190 courses for Fall 2018

Spring 2018

January 2019

Spring 2019 – excluding weekend SU 125/190 courses

SU 125 & SU 190 courses for Spring 2019

Cross-Registration

View this page for instructions, details and policy about registering for courses at other schools. The Cross-Registration Form is also accessible via this webpage.

Registration-Related Webforms

Use the following forms to submit information to the Office of the Registrar. Additional information is found on each form. Please read the instructions carefully as each form operates differently based on the submission instructions and approvals required.

View Final Grades

At the end of each semester, use SSO to access final gradesComing soon for students.

Faculty & Advisors

Class Rosters

View rosters frequently at the start of the semester through the add/drop period.

Roster-Attendance Report

Use this form to report discrepancies between your FAWeb roster and class attendance. Reports will be reviewed by the Registrar to ensure that class rosters are correct. Please note that only students listed in FAWeb are enrolled in Blackbaud SIS.

Final Grading

View the academic calendar for grading deadlines. Instructions for entering final grades are available here.

Advising Note for Registration

After meeting with advisees in the Fall and once permission to register is given, follow these instructions so that the Registrar can remove the hold preventing first-year students from registering for Spring courses.

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