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Registration for incoming students typically occurs between Monday, August 18th through Friday, August 29th. However, depending on the department or program, registration may occur after your arrival on campus in September.
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WebReg is accessed through the Student Link.
Congratulations. You are registered!
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: The Continuing Study and Certified Full-time Status Form contains information for students registering for less than 12 credit hours who are eligible to be certified as a full-time student. Visa regulations require that most international students register as full-time students either by course registration or by certification.
PhD students registering for credits and receiving a full-fellowship are automatically granted full-time status and are not required to submit a Continuing Study and Certified Full-time Status Form. PhD students who are not registering for credits or are not receiving a full-fellowship, please read the description under each status for instructions on completing the form.
Master’s students who are registering for less than twelve credits and are eligible to be certified for full-time study should read the description under each status for instructions on completing this form. The Continuing Study and Certified Full-time Status Form is not acceptable without the signatures of both your major advisor and the Director of Graduate Studies or the Department Chair. Terms of eligibility are printed on the form.
Office hours for the GRS Records Office are:
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
A GRS student may audit courses. Audited courses are not covered by GRS financial aid for Master’s students. For PhD students, tuition for an audited course will be covered by scholarship if the course is approved by the Director of Graduate Students (DGS) in your department. This course must be related to the dissertation research, or be considered as background or preparation for the dissertation research or topic. 900-level courses may not be audited. A Course Adjustment Form (drop/add) must be signed by the professor of the course to be audited and submitted to the GRS Office. The DGS must approve the form by signing under Advisor Signature.