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Course Registration

Course registration for undergraduate and graduate students takes place online at NazNet.

 

Graduate Student Registration Info

Grad Registration Instructions (pdf)

Grad Reg Timeline

Spring Semester Registration:
Mid-October: Courses are available for viewing on NazNet for the upcoming spring term
Early November: Graduate students register for spring courses
Summer and Fall Registration:
Early January: Courses are available for viewing on NazNet for the upcoming summer terms
Mid-March: Courses are available for viewing on NazNet for the upcoming fall term
Late March: Graduate students register for summer and fall courses

New Grad Students

Graduate students in their first term will be registered through the Office of Graduate Student Services, following academic advisement with your advisor or program director. Students can view their schedule through their NazNet account (My Class Schedule).

Please contact GSS at 585-389-2819 if you have any requests for schedule changes.

Returning Grad Students

After the first semester, graduate students register on-line using NazNet.

Exceptions
Students in the physical therapy program or Educational Technology Specialist-Hybrid program are registered through the Office of Graduate Student Services.

Advisement for Grad Students

After the first semester, many graduate programs do not require advisement each term. Check with your program director or advisor for specific requirements for your program. Please remember, however, that advisors are always available to answer questions and provide guidance. If you are not sure the name of your advisor, this can be found in "My Profile" in your NazNet account.

Undergraduate Student Registration Info

Undergrad Registration Instructions

Registration FAQ'S

Undergrad Registration Timeline

Link to registration timeline Fall 2014 Timeline

Spring Semester Registration
Mid-October: Courses are available for viewing on NazNet for the upcoming spring term
Late October/early November: Advisement for course selection occurs. Undergraduate students must meet with their advisor to be approved for registration.
Early November: Undergraduate students register for spring courses

Summer Registration
Early January: Courses are available for viewing on NazNet for the upcoming summer terms. There are two summer sessions offered at Nazareth College. The first session (Summer A) usually runs from mid-May until the end of June. The second session (Summer B) runs from late June until early August. See the college calendar for specific dates.
Mid-January: Undergraduate students may register for summer courses through NazNet as of the first day of the spring semester. Advisor approval is not required to register for summer courses, but students should discuss this with their advisor(s).

NOTE: Upon completion, summer courses taken at Nazareth will be posted to transcripts in the usual manner and calculated into the GPA.

Fall Semester Registration
Mid-March: Courses are available for viewing on NazNet for the upcoming fall term.
Late March/early April: Advisement for course selection occurs. Undergraduate students must meet with their advisor(s) to be approved for registration.
Early April: Undergraduate students register for fall courses.

ADVISEMENT FOR UNDERGRADS

Undergraduate students must be approved for registration by their advisor(s) each semester. Dates are published each semester for the official advisement period, although students are encouraged to make an appointment with their advisor at any time to discuss their educational planning and academic issues. The name of your advisor is listed on "My Profile" in your NazNet account (Academic Profile section). Click HERE for information on how to prepare for your advising appointments. For more information about advisement, go to the Academic Advisement website.

Returning Undergrad Students

After the first semester, undergraduate students register on-line using NazNet.

Exception
Fourth-year students in the physical therapy program are registered through the Office of Graduate Student Services.

New Undergrad Students

New undergraduate students are registered for their first term through the Academic Advisement Center.

  • First-year students are registered through completion of a registration questionnaire.
  • Transfer students attend an academic orientation session where they are advised and registered.

New students can view their course schedule through NazNet on the My Class Schedule screen after a designated date.

Undergraduate Students should contact the Academic Advisement Center at 585-389-2871 to make any schedule changes.

Course Codes (Formerly Advisement Codes)

"CourseCodes" are alpha codes listed in the course "Comments" column on NazNet and correspond to the following course information:
A Required for majors
B Open to non-majors
C Open to non-majors with department approval
F For majors only
G Instructor's approval required
H Not open to freshmen
I Admission by invitation only
J Required for all certification programs
L Required for inclusive childhood/childhood certification
M Required for adolescence certification
N Open to non-majors only
O Audition required
P Min of 40 hrs. production work required
Q Min of 15 hrs. production work required
R Liberal arts
S Studio course

Undergrad Waitlists

If you need or want to take a course that is closed, you MUST put yourself on the waitlist for the course. Faculty will not sign students into closed courses. If you are on a waitlist and a seat becomes available in the course, you will be notified through your Nazareth e-mail. Be sure to watch your e-mail.

  • You must respond within 48 hours or you will be removed from the waitlist and lose the seat to the next person on the list.
  • Waitlist are processed on a first-come first served basis. It is important for a you to put yourself on the waitlist for a closed course as soon as possible during the registration period.
  • You will be able to see where you fall on a waitlist by going to Manage "My Waitlist" on NazNet.
  • You may register for a full course load (15 credits) and be on a waitlist at the same time.

Being on the waitlist does not guarantee that you will get a seat in the course. You should register for another course in case you do not get into the closed course.

Forms and Petitions (and directions!)

Course substitutions, pass/fail options, add/drop forms and petitions... Click here for all this and more!

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