Note: All full-time incoming students born after January 1, 1957 are required to show proof of 2 measles (Rubeola) immunizations. This proof must be presented at the Student Health Center prior to the second term of enrollment.
Registration times for all academic terms except Summer Session, are determined by total credit hours earned with graduate students receiving ﬁrst priority, followed by seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen. Non-admitted students are assigned times beginning the week following registration week. Students are notiﬁed of their registration time through their WOU email address two weeks prior to registration. Students who qualify for services through the Ofﬁce of Disability Services should contact that ofﬁce for consideration of earlier registration.
A. Currently enrolled students
B. New and returning students
When student’s requested class schedule has been conﬁrmed, the registration process is complete and a valid accounts receivable will be accrued by this in sti tu tion. A student must pay the full amount of tuition and fees accrued as a result of his/her conﬁrmed schedule unless a written withdrawal or cancellation is received in the Registrar’s Ofﬁce by the ﬁrst day of classes for that term. After that time, the student’s ﬁnancial obligation will be determined by the Business Ofﬁce in accordance with the State Board of Higher Education’s Refund Schedule listed on page 7.
A. All students who registered before ﬁrst day of the term:
B. All students who did not register before the ﬁrst day of the term but were authorized to enroll:
A student may improve the possibility of getting a full schedule through the judicious use of alternate courses. Discussing alternate course selections with an advisor before registration is strongly encouraged.
Full-time and Maximum Registration
Full-time undergraduate students are those enrolled in 12 credit hours (9 for graduates), with 15-16 (12-15 for graduates) hours being the average. The maximum number of hours for which a student may register without special permission from the Registrar's Ofﬁce is 18 for undergraduates (12 for summer session) and 16 for graduates (9 for summer session), including courses offered through the Division of Extended Programs and courses offered through other Oregon University System colleges. Exceptions to the maximum load for graduate students are allowed by petition with the recommendation of your advisor and approval of the Graduate Ofﬁce. Undergraduate students need to obtain their advisor recommendation and the approval of the registrar.
Adding and Dropping Courses
Students who fail to meet registration or payment deadlines of any type may forfeit the opportunity to carry out the desired registration action, (i.e. late, add, fee payment). Students who determine that a problem exists and seek the assistance of the appropriate ofﬁce before the applicable deadline may be granted an extension.
The ofﬁces to contact are:
The Division of Extended Programs, in collaboration with the academic colleges and support service units, provides lifelong learning opportunities that are responsive, ﬂexible and creative for meeting the educational needs of all learners. This mission is accomplished through innovative and creative programming that is consistent with the mission of Western Oregon University and the Ofﬁce of Academic Affairs and provides unique teaching and service opportunities for WOU faculty. The division administers Summer Session workshops and year around offers courses and programs both on and off campus and via distance learning options. The division houses conference facilities and a testing center that offers academic entrance exams.
For more information contact:
Division of Extended Programs,
Western Oregon University
Monmouth, OR 97361
503-838-8483 or 800-451-5767
Office of Academic Affairs 503-838-8271 | or e-mail: email@example.com
Location: Lieuallen Administration Building, Room 202
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