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  School of Public Health 2022-2024 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration  

Matriculated students register for courses through the RBHS online registration system. Students are expected to register for classes prior to the start of the semester. Late registration is held during the first two weeks of classes. A late registration fee will be charged to students who register after the start of the semester. See the Late Registration policy for more information. 

A student admitted into a degree or certificate program at the Rutgers School of Public Health is expected to remain registered full time (9 or more credits), part time (1-8 credits), or on a leave of absence every fall and spring semester thereafter until he or she completes the program and earns the degree or certificate (up until the maximum time allowed for each degree or certificate).

The School's Official Course Schedule is published each semester before online registration opens. All students must have their registration approved by their academic adviser in order to be permitted to register. Students will be required to register using a registration pin number, which is issued by their adviser. All financial holds must be cleared by the end of any semester in order to register for the following semester. 

Students who wish to take Rutgers School of Public Health courses and are matriculated at another Rutgers school (or at a non-Rutgers school) are required to complete a registration form signed by the appropriate officials from both their home school and from the Rutgers School of Public Health. Students matriculated at Rutgers School of Public Health must receive written permission from their adviser to take courses at other Rutgers schools as well as at non-Rutgers schools.
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