Spring 2014 Enrollment Instructions

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General Information

Waiting lists are created when students try to enroll in a class and are given the message that the class is closed. If you want to be put on a waiting list, try to enroll in the class even though you know it is closed. When an opening occurs, you will be notified by email and asked if you are still interested in taking the class.

  • Advance Registration for spring is available to students on the web as indicated in the 'classification' sidebar.
  • Students who are currently enrolled for Fall 2013 may participate.
  • You will only be able to register on and after your specified classification schedule dates and during Open Registration.
  • NOTE: A student's classification will be based on the number of credit hours the student has completed at Washburn and any transfer credit hours that have been posted through end of Summer 2013. Courses in progress (i.e., Fall 2013) will NOT be counted.
  • Staff in the Dean's Office will be available during business hours to answer any questions about how to do registration or to provide assistance with registration. The staff will not enroll students in person but will assist students who are having difficulty with the registration process on the web.

Spring classes for returning students begin Tuesday, January 21, 2014.

Classification Schedule for Spring 2014 Enrollment

Students may enroll according to the following schedule:

  • More than or equal to 58 credit hours BEGINNING November 4
  • More than or equal to 43 and less than 58 credit hours BEGINNING November 6
  • More than or equal to 31 and less than 43 credit hours BEGINNING November 8
  • More than or equal to 15 and less than 31 credit hours BEGINNING November 11
  • Less than 15 credit hours BEGINNING November 13

Enrollment for the spring term is:

  • November 4, 2013-January 31, 2014

Open Registration is for everyone. Spring 2014 open registration begins November 14, 2013.

Please be advised that a "student may not be employed more than 20 hours per week in any week in which the student is enrolled in more than twelve class hours" – ABA Standards for Approval of Law Schools, Standard 304 (f).