Fall 2014 Registration
Fall 2014 Registration

»Summer and Fall 2014 Registration

Registration Assignments Are Based On Students' Completed Credits

  • Graduate students register for 500, 600, and 700 graduate level courses
  • Seniors (with 90+ completed credits) register for all levels of undergraduate courses. Seniors in special joint programs may register for 500 level courses with the appropriate approvals
  • Juniors (with 60-89.99 completed credits) register for all levels of undergraduate courses
  • Sophomores (with 30-59.99 completed credits) register for 100 - 300 level courses
  • Freshmen (with 0-29.99 completed credits) register for 100 and 200 level courses. This group of current students, including those pre-approved for priority registration, will be temporarily blocked from class registration starting on Sunday, May 4th, until 8:00 a.m. on Monday, May 12, 2014

Check your Early Registration Assignment at
Registration Eligibility in WebAdvisor

Steps To Register Classes

  • Review short tutorial on registration in WebAdvisor Registration Tutorial (ppt)
  • Build your Preferred schedule prior to your Registration Assignment in WebAdvisor's Search and Build Preferred List
  • To see if a selected class has requirements or restrictions, click on the section name and title in WebAdvisor's Class Schedule. WebAdvisor will prevent registration to sections for which you do not meet requirements defined in the section's Course Pre-Requisites, Co-requisites or Registration Restrictions
  • Check the Academic Calendar for Registration deadlines. To register after the deadlines, a petition form and a $20 petition fee will be required
  • Register classes from your Preferred List on or after your Early Registration Assignment in WebAdvisor's Register for Course Sections
  • Submit instructors' signatures of approval on registration forms at the Registrar's Office to override section requirements or restrictions
  • Take action within 24 hours of notification that a class on your Waitlist is available. Students who do not register the class within the allotted time will be deleted from the waitlist, and the next student on the waitlist will be notified. Waitlist notifications end on the first day of the term. If you are still on the waitlist by then, petition for approval from the instructor or department chair to be enrolled in closed or waitlisted classes. For more information, review What To Do If Your Desired Class is Full
  • To register for special studies such as Individual Study, Internships, Student & Faculty Research and Reading & Conference, you must complete the required registration form found at www.chapman.edu/registrar/forms and apply with the appropriate department indicated on the form by the indicated deadline

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