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2022-2023 Registration Dates

August 3, 2022

Fall Registration Opens for SCPS Degree and Certificate Students

August 8, 2022

Fall Registration Opens for Community Scholar Students 

Please see Community Scholar registration page for specific information and instructions for Fall 2022 semester enrollment. All registration materials will be submitted online. This includes Seniors Waivers and High School Community Scholars who plan to enroll in on-Grounds class offerings.  

August 23, 2022 Fall Courses Begin

Nov. 28, 2022

Spring Registration Opens for SCPS Degree and Certificate Students

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Spring Registration Opens for Community Scholar Students 

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Summer Registration Opens

* Please note that while registration typically opens in August for the Fall term, late November for the Spring term, and March/April for the Summer term, registration dates are subject to change.

 

Registration Instructions

Step-by-Step Guide

> See our step-by-step guide for registering through the SIS portal.

Definitions & Policies

> More information on registration definitions and policies

Degree Students

Students admitted to one of the School’s degree programs may register for classes using their Student Center in the Student Information System (SIS) after consulting with their academic advisor.

Certificate Students

Students admitted to one of the School’s certificate programs may register for classes using their Student Center in the Student Information System (SIS). Should you have questions, please contact your program director/administrator or fill out this form to request course advising. Please note that courses may not be visible in SIS until or right before registration opens.

Returning Students Taking Individual Classes

Students returning to enroll in classes without being admitted to one of the School’s degree or certificate programs may be able to register using their Student Center in the Student Information System (SIS), if they were enrolled in classes during the previous fall, spring, or summer terms. You are considered a visiting (new) student if you were not enrolled in classes during one of the last three semesters.

> Register as a returning student

Visiting (New) Students

Individuals who want to enroll in SCPS classes without being admitted to one of the School’s degree or certificate programs are considered visiting (new) students. This applies to individuals who were not enrolled in classes during one of the last three semesters.

> Register as a visiting (new) student

Community Scholars

Individuals who seek to enroll in on-Grounds courses at most schools and colleges at the University, on a part-time basis, without applying to a degree program, are considered community scholars.

> More information on registering as a Community Scholar

 

Course Listings By Program

Statewide and Online Classes for Degrees and Certificates can be found here.

 

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