The Law Student Records Office will prepare student's schedule based upon the choices indicated on the pre-registration form. The opportunity to adjust schedules will be given during the drop/add period (set each semester and published on website). However, some courses may already have reached their maximum enrollment by this time. Every effort will be made to insure that the student receives the courses selected. If the student's priority schedule is not received by the registration deadline, adjustments will be made based upon the alternate courses he/she provides. Registration materials may be turned in to the Law Student Records Office (Robinson Hall room 106) during normal business hours beginning at 8:00 a.m. on the first day of registration and ending at 4:30 p.m. on the last day of registration. Provided the student's materials are submitted by 4:30 p.m. on the last day of registration, the order in which the student's materials are received in the Law Student Records Office will not affect his/her priority in the registration process. However, students whose materials are turned in after 4:30 p. m. on the last day of registration will be registered for courses that remain open after all timely-submitted registration materials have been processed.
*NOTE: Certain courses have required prerequisites, co-requisites or require permission from the instructor.
SECOND YEAR STUDENTS are required to register for Constitutional Law I and Constitutional Law II, and must continue in the same section for both terms of the course. The following courses are required and may be taken during the second or third year.
Given that some priority courses cannot be scheduled, selections of alternate courses are encouraged. Complete the alternate course registration in the same manner as the priority course registration, except that points may not be allocated to alternate courses. For each of your priority courses that is not available at the number of points one bids, an alternate course will be added to his/her schedule starting with your 1st choice, to the extent that (a) space is available in the alternate course, (b) the alternate course does not conflict with the schedule for the priority courses for which you are registered, (c) the alternate is not another section of a course for which student is already registered, and (d) adding the alternate course does not exceed the maximum credit hours allowed.
FALL AND SPRING REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETED ONLINE; PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE
SUMMER REGISTRATION IS COMPLETED ONLINE; INSTRUCTIONS CAN BE FOUND HERE
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