Classes for the Summer 2013 semester will begin on Monday, May 6, 2013.
NOTE: Registration is a 2-step process. ALL Law Students (recent Introductory students included) MUST register each upcoming semester, even if you will be taking the exact same course schedule. only exception is when a student is not enrolling in any classes that semester.
The registration procedure is as follows:
Step #1 - Complete and return the Student Schedule Request Form to the Law School Office between 9 a.m. Monday, March 25, and 4 p.m. Friday, March 29, 2013. You may complete and return the form in person or via email or fax. Upon submission, you should also schedule your Accounting Registration appointment with Sarah Leigh. If you email or fax, you must call the office to set an Accounting appointment (see Step #2).
If a class fills to capacity the final roster will be determined first by the student's class year and then by the date and order the Schedule Request Form was received. Classes will be filled first with 4th years, then 3rd, 2nd, and finally 1st year students who register on-time. Late registrations are subject to space availability.
Step #2 - Meet with Sarah Leigh in Accounting at your selected appointment date/time. REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE FOR SUMMER 2013 UNTIL AFTER YOU MEET WITH ACCOUNTING AND MAKE YOUR PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS.
Reminder: Pursuant to school policy, you cannot register or begin your next semester until you have either paid any outstanding balances in full or made other acceptable arrangements with Student Accounts. Should you need to reschedule your registration appointment with Accounting for any reason, please call Kadee or Tracy, who maintain Accounting's appointment calendar during Law School Registration.
• Student Account Appointments:
8 a.m. Monday, April 1 - 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Late Registration Fees apply beginning Thursday, April 11, 2013. Timely registration is greatly appreciated by fellow students, faculty, and staff alike in order to avoid class cancellations due to low enrollment.