Summer 2014 Registration
Registration Dates for Continuing Students
|Registration Appointments Assigned
Registration appointments will be available to view on SUOnline by 4 p.m.
1L students who have not yet completed Torts will be automatically registered for Summer 2014 Torts by 4 p.m.
March 12 -
Part Time students register on March12th. Full Time students register on March 13th. Visiting students register on March 14th.
|1st Day of Classes - Start of Add/Drop Period
Classes may be added or dropped using SUOnline.
Waitlist sign in begins.
|End of Add/Drop Period
ABA Term Certification due.
All waitlists closed.
Last day to drop a class online and without a 'W' (withdrawn) grade applied to transcript.
Last day to receive a 100% tuition refund for dropped classes.
|End of Withdrawal Period
Students may withdraw from a class until this date. A 'W' (withdrawn) will be applied to the transcript and a partial tuition refund applied (see the Student Handbook for the tuition refund schedule).After this date students may only withdraw with the permission of the professor and the Associate Dean for Student Affairs. 'WF' (withdrawn failing) grades may be applied for withdrawals made after this date.
Summer Registration Process
Continuing students may register for the Summer 2014 semester starting at their assigned registration appointment times. There are no lotteries and no equal, part time or full time preference classes during the summer term.
Because part time students must attend the summer semester to complete their degree in three and one half years, they are given registration priority for the summer semester.
If you are a current part time 1L student, or a full time 1L student who deferred Torts, you will be automatically registered for Summer 2014 Torts . You cannot register for any other summer classes. Students who wish to defer Torts beyond this summer must get the permission of Donna Deming, Associate Dean for Student Affairs.
Full time students may register for up to 8 credits in the summer term. Part Time students may register for up to six (6) credits in the summer term and may petition Donna Deming, Dean for Student affairs to register for seven (7) credits.
To receive financial aid for the summer term you must enroll in at least three (3) credits. Students enrolled in three (3) or more credits in the summer term may work a maximum of 19 hours a week under the State Work Study Program.
Registration Questions or Problems
If you are unable to log into SUOnline
Use the password reset option (see the link at the top right on SUOnline). If this does not work, contact the HelpDesk at 206-296-5571 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are having difficulty registering
During business hours - call the Office of the Registrar at 206-398-4150. We can generally solve your problem more quickly if we can talk to you on the phone.
On Weekends or after business hours - send an email describing the problem to email@example.com.
Questions regarding the schedule or courses
Contact Sheila Underwood, Registrar at 206-398-4153 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions regarding degree progress or transfer credit
Contact Tricia Pearson, Associate Registrar at 206-398-4154 or email@example.com
Questions regarding waitlist position or appointment time
Contact the Office of the Registrar 206-398-4150 or firstname.lastname@example.org.