If you have a hold on your account for any reason, you will not be able to register. Get your holds cleared before the registration period starts.
Before you register for any semester, please also read the following:
1. If you have problems with registration on the first morning of registration, please email Robbie McMillian and she will help you as quickly as possible. Please do not leave phone messages as Registrar's Office staff will be unable to respond by phone until later in the day. You will receive a quicker response via email.
2. If you try to register for a course and it is full, do not contact the professor. Instead, email Robbie McMillian or Waunita Myers in the Registrar’s Office to be placed on the wait-list for the desired course. Wait-lists requests must be done in writing (via email) and the lists will be populated by the time that emails are received.
3. Law students cannot register for credits in clinic, externship, law review/journal, moot court or directed research via Zagweb. Those registrations will be processed through the Registrar’s Office and will be completed approximately one month before the start of the semester. Registration for these types of credits will be individually confirmed via email by the Registrar.
Eligibility for Summer School Registration
A student who fails to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.200 or higher at the end of the first year, or any time thereafter, will be dismissed. For the purpose of this rule, “first year” means the two terms following admission, regardless of the number of courses enrolled in or credits earned.
A student who is dismissed for academic reasons will not be allowed to enroll in courses for the next term. A student who enrolls in courses before all of his or her grades are submitted to the Registrar’s Office, does so at his or her own risk. If, when all g5ades are submitted, a student has been dismissed, the student’s registration will be cancelled and the fees and tuition paid for registration in that term will be refunded in full.
Eligible students may not enroll for more than sixteen (16) academic credit hours for the full summer term (all sessions combined) without specific written permission from the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. This rule also applies to dual degree students who will be dually enrolled in the law school and either the Graduate School of Business or the School of Professional Studies.
Registration on Zagweb will open at 7:00 a.m. PDT on the dates of each registration group and close at 11:59 p.m. PDT.
Registration Priority will be determined by TOTAL number of credits (previously earned combined with currently enrolled spring term):
41 credits or more (completed and enrolled): Monday, March 25 – Tuesday, March 26, 2019
40 credits or fewer (completed and enrolled): Wednesday, March 27 – Thursday, March 28, 2019
Registration for study abroad, clinic, externship, law review/journal, moot court or directed research credits cannot be completed via Zagweb. Those registrations will be done through the Registrar’s Office and will be completed approximately one month before the start of the term.
Web Add/Drop Period Begins: Friday, March 29, 2019
Last Day to Add / Drop from Summer I or Full Summer: Monday, June 3, 2019
Last Day to Add / Drop Summer II Online Professional Responsibility: Tuesday, July 2, 2019 (Drops must be completed by 12:00 noon; adds must be completed by 4:30p)
Last Day to Add / Drop any other Summer II course: Friday, July 12, 2019
Changing a course from credit to audit constitutes an added and dropped course.
Summer 2019 Adjustments for Dropped CreditsSummer I or Full Summer: Tuesday, May 28 – Monday, June 3, 2019: 100% Refund
After June 3: No Refunds Given
Professional Responsibility ONLY: Monday, July 1 – noon Tuesday, July 2, 2019: 100% Refund
After noon on July 2: No Refunds Given
ALL other Summer II courses: Monday, July 8 – Friday, July 12, 2019: 100% Refund
After July 12: No Refunds Given
Please see the Student Accounts website for information on Complete Withdrawal Adjustments.