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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2017 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration and Course Information  
Graduate School-New Brunswick
Registration and Course Information

Registration is done through a web-based registration system. Instructions will be provided at the time of admission. Once enrolled, students register early for subsequent semesters. Registration instructions are published at that time. Changes of registration may be made after early registration.

A student admitted into a degree program of the Graduate School-New Brunswick is expected to remain registered in every fall and spring semester thereafter until he or she completes the program and earns the degree. Normally a student registers for courses or research as appropriate; a student may also register for matriculation continued for a maximum of two semesters (see the next section).

Students continuing research on a master's thesis should register for 1 credit of research per semester until the degree is completed, for a maximum of three semesters. Any student who fails to maintain continuous registration may not resume formal graduate study or register again in the Graduate School-New Brunswick without first applying through the Office of the Graduate School for readmission. Students who have been admitted to candidacy for the Ph.D. degree must apply for restoration of active status and pay a restoral fee. There is no time limit for the readmission of such students.
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