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University of New Haven Academic Catalog
    University of New Haven
   
 
  Oct 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Registration


Academic Advising and the Registration Process

Registration is the process of selecting classes each term in consultation with an academic adviser. All matriculated students have assigned faculty advisers who provide guidance on academic matters and assist with registration. Normally, the assigned adviser is the chair or coordinator of the student’s major course of study or another faculty member designated by the chair.

Online registration is offered through the Banner Student Information System.Banner is also where final grades are posted for viewing at the end of each academic period. If you are a current student, you should have received a notification informing you of your student ID, login, password, and University email address. Newly accepted students receive this information once the acceptance process has been completed. This information enables you to access your university email account, the Blackboard Learning System, and the Banner Student Information System.

Full-Time Students

Registration dates for upcoming terms are published in advance, and currently enrolled students will receive an email notification of the dates via their university email account. Once the dates are published, full-time students should print a copy of their Degree Audit report  and schedule an appointment with their academic adviser. After the academic adviser has approved the selection of courses, students may register online on their designated day as outlined in the email notification of registration dates.

Students desiring to register for more than 18 credits in any one semester must obtain written consent from their adviser and department chair, and must have a cumulative grade point average (G.P.A.)of 3.20 or higher.

All undergraduate international students are required to enroll for a minimum of 12 credits each semester.

New students or former students returning to the university as full-time students should contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office to obtain information. These students will receive registration information and instructions upon completion of the acceptance process.

Part-Time Students

Registration dates for upcoming terms are published in advance, and currently enrolled students will receive an email notification of the dates via their university email account. Once the dates are published, part-time students are encouraged to contact their academic adviser to assist with course selection. After the academic adviser has approved the selection of courses, students may register online on their designated day as outlined in the email notification of registration dates.

Part-time students may register for up to 11 credits in any term, semester, or module. Students desiring to enroll for more than 11 credits must change their standing to full time and be charged full-time tuition.

New students or former students returning to the university as part-time students should contact Undergraduate Admissions Office to obtain information. These students will receive registration information and instructions upon completion of the acceptance process.

Alumni Auditors

Alumni who audit courses pay a reduced tuition but must be approved through the Alumni Office before registering for courses. Auditing at the reduced rate is limited to courses at or below the level of the degree earned while previously enrolled as a student at the university. Alumni may be required to complete an application for admission if their current information is not available in the Banner Student Information System. Please contact Undergraduate Admissions Office to obtain information and an application.