Registration Dates & Information

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The information on this page is specific to Gonzaga University School of Law. Other Gonzaga students should contact the main campus Registrar’s Office for information on registration.

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 a problem with Zagweb functionality on the morning of registration, please contact Tech Support. If you have other non-Zagweb issues with registration, please email Robbie McMillian and she will help you as quickly as possible. Please do not leave phone messages as Law School 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 Law School Registrar’s Office to be placed on the wait-list for the desired course. Law school wait-list requests must be done in writing (via email) and the lists will be populated by the time that emails are received. You may not request to be added to a waitlist until your registration period opens.

3. Law students cannot register via Zagweb for credits that are considered special registrations. These include clinic, externship, law review/journal, moot court, directed research or study abroad. Special registrations will be facilitated through the respective departments (clinic, externship, etc). The timing of special registrations will vary, but typically are completed approximately one month before the start of the semester. Registration for these types of credits will be individually confirmed to each student via email by the Registrar.

 

Spring 2021

Spring 2021 Adjustments for Dropped Credits

Monday, January 4 – Tuesday, January 12, 2021: 100% Refund

Wednesday, January 13 – Friday, January 15, 2021: 80% Refund

Dropped credits are refunded at 80%, even if they are immediately replaced.

After Friday, January 15, 2021: No Refunds Given

Summer 2021

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 grades 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.

Web Registration

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): Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 7:00 a.m.

40 credits or fewer (completed and enrolled): Friday, April 9, 2021 at 7:00 a.m.

 For instructions on how to register via Zagweb, please click here (requires MyGU login.) Please note that the Law School does not use the “Course Authorization” procedure listed on instructional videos. If you are unable to get in to a law course because it is full, follow the Waitlist instructions listed above.

Add/Drop Schedule

Web Add/Drop Period Begins: Saturday, April 10, 2021
Last Day to Add / Drop from Summer I or Full Summer: Friday, May 28, 2021
Last Day to Add / Drop from Summer II course: Friday, July 9, 2021

Changing a course from credit to audit constitutes an added and dropped course.

Summer 2021 Adjustments for Dropped Credits

Summer I or Full Summer:
Monday, May 24 – Friday, May 28, 2021: 100% Refund
After May 28: No Refunds Given

Summer II:
Tuesday, July 6 – Friday, July 9, 2021: 100% Refund
After July 9: No Refunds Given

Please see the Student Accounts website for information on Complete Withdrawal Adjustments

Fall 2021

Web Registration

Registration Priority will be determined by number of COMPLETED credits (inclusive of spring 2021 credits, but NOT of summer 2021 registered credits):

41 credits or more (completed only): Monday, May 10, 2021 at 8:00 a.m.
40 credits or fewer (completed only): Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 8:00 a.m.

For instructions on how to register via Zagweb, please click here (requires MyGU login.) Please note that the Law School does not use the “Course Authorization” procedure listed on instructional videos. If you are unable to get in to a law course because it is full, follow the Waitlist instructions listed above.

Web registration is not available for second-term Executive JD students or incoming 1L students. Registration for these groups will be completed by the Registrar, and schedules will be posted to Zagweb accounts by early-August. Students will be notified when the schedules are available.

Add/Drop Schedule

Web Add/Drop Period Begins: May 13, 2021

Last Day to Add/Drop: September 3, 2021

The add/drop period applies to all courses, regardless of start date.

Changing a course from credit to audit constitutes adding/dropping.

Fall 2021 Adjustments for Dropped Credits

Prior to and through Friday, September 3, 2021: 100% Refund

After September 3, 2020: No adjustment given

Please see the Student Accounts website for information on Complete Withdrawal Tuition Adjustments.

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