Registration

Undergraduate

CFA follows University policy for registration for all undergraduates.

Students must be registered for every semester during the academic year until all degree requirements have been met, unless granted a leave of absence. Students meet with their advisors each semester to review academic progress, plan the next semester, and complete a WebReg Worksheet. Students obtain their Advising Authorization Code (AAC) through their individual school. All students are expected to register on the MyBU Student Portal. Students who register late will incur a late fee. Students who have an outstanding balance with the University or are not in compliance will not be allowed to register for any subsequent semesters until their balance is paid.

Graduate

Students must be registered for every semester during the academic year until all degree requirements have been met, unless granted a leave of absence. All students are expected to register on the MyBU Student Portal. Students who have an outstanding balance with the University or are not in compliance will not be allowed to register for any subsequent semesters until their balance is paid.

Doctoral Candidates

Doctoral candidates must register each semester until all degree requirements have been met, unless granted a leave of absence. Students must be registered for continuing studies during the semesters in which they are taking qualifying exams or completing their dissertation and/or recitals. All students are expected to register on the MyBU Student Portal. Students who register late will incur a late fee. Students who have an outstanding balance with the University or are not in compliance will not be allowed to register for any subsequent semesters until their balance is paid.

Nondegree Students

Graduate CFA coursework and limited ensembles are available for students to complete as nondegree students. Interested candidates must apply for registration for online or on-campus courses through the College of Fine Arts nondegree student process.

A maximum of 8 credits earned prior to degree candidacy may be transferred into a degree program if grades earned are B or higher. Institutional aid is not available for nondegree students.