HOW DO I REGISTER FOR SPRING 2013?
October 10, 2012 at 3:45 PM
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR SPRING 2013
1. THIS WEEK: 10/08 – 10/12
• Check the Spring Schedule on the Law Student Services web page. Finalize your schedule choices. Have a few back-up schedules prepared.
• Read the schedule notes! Many of the classes now require that students must attend the first day of class to remain enrolled! Many have mandatory attendance requirements! Many have reading assignments already posted!
• Read through the Pink Book for advice and information on course selection.
• Make sure you can access E-Campus. To use E-Campus, go to the Law School web page and click on the E-Campus link. You will need your E-Campus login ID and password. Your login ID is the capital letter "W" and the last seven digits of your student ID number. If you can't remember your password, click on the “Forgot my Password” link on the E-Campus main page.
• Make sure you don’t have any holds on your records. The system will not let you register if you have holds. You can check E-Campus.
• Log on to E-Campus and:
o Find your appointment day and time. You will have 2 appointment times, the first appointment is for 6 units only (use this to sign up for the 2 classes that you really want) and the second appointment is for the rest of your units.
o Run a degree audit – this is especially important for graduating students since this is your last semester.
• Directed Study students should contact APD for course enrollment advice.
2. Next Week: 10/15 – 10/19
• Log on to E-Campus on your appointment day and time and register for classes. The system will not let you register until your appointment time. For instructions on using E-Campus, check the student guide.
• Problems: If you are having difficulty using the registration application, contact Law Student Services at 408/554-4766 for assistance between 8 and 5 p.m. After hours, leave a message or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
• If you are freaking out because it seems like all of the classes are closed: Register for your back up schedule (or your back up to the back up schedule), put yourself on the waiting lists for the classes you want and give us a chance to try to clear up the lists. If you are freaking out too much to wait for the wait list, send me an email about your schedule: email@example.com
• Full time students must be registered for 12-17 units. Part time students must be registered for 8-11 units. No exceptions.
• Before you logoff from E-Campus:
o Check your schedule of classes to make sure you are registered for the correct classes.
o Check your exam schedule to make sure you are not going to be overwhelmed with exams. Check exam rescheduling guidelines if you have questions.
3. TO DO DECEMBER 21ST:
• To avoid a $75 late payment fee, your payment must be received by the Bursar’s Office on or before this date. After this date, a hold will be placed on your records which will prevent the release of transcripts and diplomas, prevent registration and access to the registration system and various other university services. You will not be able to register for classes from the wait list and will lose your seat to the next person on the wait list!!! Check out the Bursar's web page for information on payment.
4. TO DO 11/16 – 01/17
• If you are on a wait list, check the list daily beginning November 16th. Check your SCU email for an email from me throughout the summer. Wait lists are posted in Bannan, outside the Law Student Services office and on the Student Services ClaraNet page. Those students listed as eligible to enroll will need to add the class by the deadline listed on the wait list. Students who do not add by the deadline will be dropped from the list and the next group of students will become eligible. To register from the wait list students must add the class on e-campus by 11:59 p.m. of the date indicated. NOTE: I will start working on clearing wait lists a couple of weeks after registration is over. I will send you emails when you are eligible over the holiday recess. I won't delete anyone from the wait list until the official start of the wait list period on January 7th.
5. TO DO JANUARY 14TH
• School starts. Go to class. SATURDAY CLASSES START ON JANUARY 12TH – You only have to come to school on Saturday if you are registered for a Saturday class.
• Read the schedule notes for the classes you registered for! Many of the classes now require that students must attend the first day of class to remain enrolled! Many have mandatory attendance requirements! Many have reading assignments already posted!
• Registration from the wait list continues through Thursday. Follow the directions above. Add/Drops are allowed through Sunday at 11:59 p.m. through E-Campus. If you need assistance from staff to register, your deadline is Friday Jan 18th at 5:00 p.m.
6. TO DO JANUARY 18TH
• Any seats remaining in wait listed classes will be opened at 8:30 am. These seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis through E-Campus. The wait list no longer applies after Thursday, January 17th.
• Last day for 100% tuition refund. Drop any classes you are not planning to attend. Check your schedule to make sure you are only registered for classes you are attending. Add/Drops are allowed through Sunday at 11:59 p.m. through E-Campus. If you need assistance from staff to register, your deadline is Friday Jan 18th at 5:00 p.m.
• Run a degree audit and/or check your schedule one more time.
7. TO DO BY JANUARY 21st
• To avoid a $75 late payment fee, your payment must be received by the Bursar’s Office on or before this date. After this date, a hold will be placed on your records which will prevent the release of transcripts and diplomas, moral character verification, letter of good standing and more. Check out the Bursar's web page for information on payment.