The School of Public Health expects students to plan both their academic careers and financial arrangements such that they are able to register at the beginning of the semester and pay for all classes in accordance with university deadlines. Students who do not complete registration to the beginning of the semester may do so during the late registration period.
Late registration is held during the first two weeks of classes. A late registration fee of $50 is assessed for registrations completed after the
beginning of the semester.
All late registrations must be conducted through the Office of the Registrar. All students must have their late registrations approved by an adviser in order to be permitted to register. In addition, students registering for any fieldwork
credits must have the approval from the graduate practicum director. Those students who plan to register for independent study must complete the Contract for Independent Study form and submit it to the appropriate school location prior to registration.
Registration after the late registration period, or after the second week of classes, requires
approval of the associate dean for student affairs (for certificate and master's degree students) or the chair of the Doctoral Committee (for doctoral students.) See the Late Registration policy for information on the appeal process.