Public Policy Studies
Step 1: Discuss your course plan with your advisor.
Step 2: Register On-line or In Person
There is a pre-registration period (typically in the semester prior to study) that allows for billing before classes start. Registration is available until the day before classes begin, but after the pre-registration period, students must make financial arrangements immediately. Late registration, which carries an extra $50 fee, is available during the first two weeks of class. Students also have two weeks to drop a class without receiving a "W" on their transcript.
Remember to register for the Comprehensive Exam if you are at that stage of the process.
Step 3: Maintain Continuous Registration
Graduate Education policy requires that students be enrolled each semester (except summers) until the degree is awarded. If you are not taking a class, you can maintain your status by registering for Journal Club.
For more information, contact the Registrar's Office .