Registration Planning

Reviewing the SUOnline directions and utilizing schedule planning resources will help ensure that your registration goes smoothly.

Academic Requirements

To receive a Juris Doctor degree, students must complete 90 credits and all required courses. Requirements are listed on the Academic Requirements page and you can use SUOnline to complete a program evaluation that will show your progress.

If you have any questions about requirements, or if you'd like help in reviewing your program evaluation, contact the Office of the Registrar at 206-398-4150 or


Information on academic requirements and advising resources can be found on the academic advising webpage. All first-year students are assigned an advisor (by Legal Writing I section). Upper-level students are welcome to work with any faculty member with whom they feel comfortable.

If you'd like help finding an advisor contact the Office of the Registrar at 206-398-4150 or

Schedule Planning

Class schedules are available on our website or on SUOnline. You can find course descriptions in our course offerings pages and information about professors in the faculty profiles.

If you have questions about the schedule, or offerings for future semesters, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 206-398-4150 or

SUOnline Instructions

During your registration appointments and before the add/drop deadline you will make registration changes using SUOnline. If you have not yet used SUOnline to register, it is a good idea to review the instructions before your appointment time. 

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