The Registrar's Office has compiled a list of frequently asked questions. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please email the Registrar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org so it can be added to the list.
This list is intended to give you brief answers to you questions. For more complete answers, please review the Student Handbook.
Bar Exams and Certifications
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If you have completed your first year of classes, class schedules and registration information will be available in the Registrar's Office and online on the registration web page. Emails will be sent to all current students regarding registration as the registration date approaches. Students register for classes online. Please note that we are not MAC compatible.
Add/Drop and Wait List Classes
To wait list classes that are currently closed, fill out the Add/Drop/Wait List form. Priority on the Wait List is given to students graduating in the current or following semester (through the first week of classes). Once you turn in your form, you are put on a wait list for that class in the order the form was received at the Registrar's Office. When a space opens up in the class, you are called at the number you provided on the form. You have 24 hours to respond and confirm you want the class. If you do not respond within 24 hours, the next person on the list will be offered the space.Closed Class List During the Add/Drop period of each trimester, the Registrar's Office maintains a list of classes that are closed. The list will be updated as frequently as possible. Due to numerous changes made throughout the Add/Drop period, it is best to check with the Registrar to verify the availability of classes. Please check the Registrar's Announcements & Notices page for updates on closed/open classes.
Students classified in the full-time division are required to take 10-17 units.
Students classified in the part-time division are required to take 8-11 units.
Any deviation from these course loads will need prior approval.
Change Divisions (Full-time to Part-time, or Part-time to Full-time)
A petition is required if you plan to take a leave of absence for personal or medical reasons. You can get more information about this from the Registrar's Office.
Use the Request Letter form for the following purposes:
An Enrollment Verification document is used to show enrollment dates and anticipated graduation date. It includes the Registrar's stamp and seal.
Come directly to the Registrar's Office to obtain the Request Letter form or download it here and return it to our office. Allow two (2) business days for processing.
In order to change your name with the school, you will need to submit the Name Change form with proof of the change. One of the following is sufficient:
You can download the Change of Name form here.Credit for classes taken at another university
Petitions can be obtained from the Registrar's Office and must be submitted to the Associate Dean's Office along with a course description of the class.
Processing of Loan Deferment Forms
The Registrar’s Office processes Deferment forms. Please make sure that the following information is on the form(s) you turn in:
The Registrar's Office DOES NOT have blank Deferment Forms. You will have to obtain a form from your lender. The Registrar's Office will provide an Enrollment Verification or letter for those lenders/loan companies who will accept them. You can fill out a Request Letter form and submit it to the Registrar's Office if you would like an Enrollment Verification. A copy of your signed deferment form is kept in the Registrar's Office in your student file.