PLEASE READ ALL REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
ON-LINE REGISTRATION DATES & TIMES: (Summer & Fall 2012)
Summer & Fall 2012 Registration Date
Current 1st year evening (Graduating May ’15) Students will be registered by Records & Registration for Summer & Fall 2012 classes. The only classes you may take this summer are your two required courses: Criminal Law and Legal Writing III. The only classes you may take in Fall 2012 are: Con Law I, Civ Pro: Jur, & Evidence. You will be automatically enrolled in these courses once you have completed the Employment and Disclosure forms.
Your specific registration time slot will be e-mailed to your Capital e-mail account by Friday, March 30, 2012.
EMPLOYMENT AND DISCLOSURE FORMS:
EMPLOYMENT AND DISCLOSURE FORMS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON-LINE PRIOR TO REGISTRATION OR YOU
WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REGISTER. (You will need to login to Inside Capital to complete.) ALL STUDENTS will be on a registration hold until these forms have been completed and submitted. Forms must be completed online by Wednesday, March 28, 2012.
ATTENTION CURRENT FIRST YEAR EVENING STUDENTS: The Office of Records & Registration will not register you until Employment & Disclosure form have been completed and submitted.
UNDER/EXCESSIVE CREDIT HOURS:
Any FULL TIME DAY student registered for more than 16 credit hours must seek permission from Associate Dean Janutis. A Change in Registration Form must be completed before the end of the first week of classes. These forms are located in the Office of Records and Registration.
FALL CREDIT HOUR LIMITS: Full time day students must be registered for at least 12 and no more than 16 credit hours in the regular period. Part time students must be registered for at least eight (8) and no more than 11 credit hours in the regular period. Students are permitted to be under enrolled for the final term in which they are graduating, permitting they will have met the necessary credits hours (89) for graduation at the conclusion of that semester.
SUMMER CREDIT HOUR LIMITS: Full time day students are permitted to take no more than eight (8) credit hours in the regular period and eight (8) credit hours in the intensive period. Part time students are permitted to take no more than six (6) credit hours in the regular period and six (6) credit hours in the intensive period.
If you are repeating a required course, you MUST schedule an academic advising meeting with Assistant Dean DiSanza before your scheduled registration time for the upcoming semester(s).
If you have received approval to switch divisions (day to evening/evening to day) for Summer 2012 or Fall 2012, you MUST report to the Office of Records & Registration to register on the by Friday, March 30 to ensure your priority time is correct based on your CURRENT (Spring 2012) status.
Under policies adopted by the Law School Council, all students who have earned less than a 2.000 cumulative grade point average at the end of their first academic program year or thereafter, will be academically dismissed. In order to petition for reinstatement, a student must have at least a 1.900 cumulative grade point average. Any student who fails to achieve a 1.900 grade point average will be academically withdrawn from all enrolled courses. Any student so withdrawn from Capital University Law School will be entitled to a full refund of future term enrolled tuition.
DATES TO REMEMBER
March 28th by 6:00 p.m. .....Deadline for Employment and Disclosure Forms
April 5th …. ............................Summer & Fall Advanced Registration Begins
April 13th @ Noon………………………..Open Registration Period Begins
May 14th (Online Only)...................Summer 2012 Add/Drop Period Begins
May 20nd (Online Only)....……....…Summer 2012 Add/Drop Period Ends
Thru End of 1st Day................ Drop Intensive Courses and Receive Refund*
(* see program notes intensive courses)
August 22nd (Online Only).......………..Fall 2012 Add/Drop Period Begins
August 28th (Online Only)....……......….……..Fall 2012 Add Period Ends
September 4th (Online Only)....…......………. Fall 2012 Drop Period Ends
All graduating students are responsible for meeting the basic graduation requirements which include: All required courses, satisfaction of the perspective requirement, and the upper-class writing requirement, and either a total of 86 credit hours for those who began prior to Fall 2006 or a total of 89 credit hours, for those who began Fall 2006 or later.(See Manual of Policies & Procedures for more detailed requirements.)
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