Students must discuss registration plans with an academic adviser prior to registering. Students with access to the Internet can find all registration instructions at and should register as they would on campus.

Students who will NOT have Internet access during registration must make arrangements to have a proxy register for them via the following paper process: The proxy meets with the off-campus study student's adviser to agree upon a proposed list of courses; the adviser signs a sheet of paper (no special form required) on which these proposed courses are listed; and the proxy brings this sheet to the registrar's office during normal business hours, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Proxy registration can also take place 8 a.m.-5 p.m. any day after the above through 4 p.m. the last day of classes.

The Registrar's Office does not accept registration by mail, e-mail or FAX, and cannot arrange contact between off-campus students and proxies.

You may also register once you've returned to campus during the first two weeks of classes. Your selection of courses will be limited to those remaining after normal registrations are complete.