Spring 2019 Open Registration Begins Monday, February 4th!

Spring 2019 Open Registration Begins Monday, February 4th!

by Pennie Koch -
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Dear Students,


Open Registration for the Spring 2019 semester begins Monday, February 4th!    Late registration for this coming semester will begin February 25th, so register early to avoid any late fees!

Remember, if your budget is an issue, you may use the Tuition Installment Plan to break the cost of your tuition into three payments.

 NOTE:  The Canine and Feline Academic Residency labs will be available for the spring semester.  The Canine ARL will start on April 1st the first day of the semester so all pre-residency requirements will need to be completed before the semester starts.  For this reason, all students who register will have access to documentation on March 1st

 The course registration screen will show you the courses you have completed, courses that you have not met the prerequisites, and courses available for you to register into.  If you have been approved to take a course that you have not met perquisites for you will need to contact Pennie Koch in student services to register.

If you will not be registering for the coming semester, do not forget to file a SAR for a Leave of Absence. If you are currently on a leave of absence and wish to register, you will need to file a SAR to Return to Program.  Please read the Continuous Registration policy below and if you have any questions contact Student Services.

Continuous Registration Policy

 It is college policy that students be continuously registered in their academic program until the completion of all degree requirements. Exceptions to this policy are in the case of students who are on an official leave of absence (LOA) which can extend for a period of no more than two (2) consecutive semesters unless special permission is received by the VP Academic Affairs, usually for extraordinary circumstances.  Students who are in violation of the Continuous Registration policy are subject to administrative withdrawal from the college by the registrar if no enrollment occurs after one (1) semester. Students who wish to appeal this decision may do so to the VP of Academic Affairs

Thank you,

Pennie Koch

Manager of Student Services