Register for classes
Log into your OASIS account from your dashboard on or after your assigned enrollment appointment time.
Students are limited in how many units they may register for. There is also a similar, but separate limit for how many credits' worth of waitlists you can be on.
The responsibility for adding and dropping any class rests solely with the student. However, you may be added to classes if you are part of a cohort program or participate in a specialized program. There are many reasons a student may be dropped from a class, including but not limited to: failure to meet the prerequisite requirements, non-attendance at the beginning of a semester, enrolling in a class for which you already have an Incomplete(I) or Report in Progress (RP) grade, enrolling in a class that you have already successfully completed with a C or better grade, or non-payment of tuition and fees.
It is the students’ responsibility to determine their enrollment status. Check your class schedule regularly to verify enrollment, especially during the schedule adjustment period, and promptly initiate any schedule changes via the online student center or appropriate University forms.
GRAD 699 Registration
Graduate students must maintain continuous enrollment through the completion of their thesis. If you are a graduate student and your program does not require continuing enrollment in its research course, you must enroll through Extended Education for Grad 699, a zero unit course and pay an administrative fee (equal to one credit hour and other appropriate registration fees – amount subject to change). No credit is earned for this enrollment, but it maintains your continuous enrollment status in the master’s degree program.
Contact the College of Extended Education for more information.