Cross registration constitutes taking a class within the University in a school other than your own. Examples of students who cross register are:
- Undergraduates who take graduate (level 4000 or above) classes
- Graduate students who register for language classes(level 3000 or below)
- Professional students who take a class in a different professional school
Students are not allowed to cross register via the web registration system. If you wish to cross register, you must bring signed approvals to Registration Services at 141 Black Building.
Permission to register for classes in other divisions and schools depends on:
- Availability of the class
- Regulations of the school that offers it
- Your academic status
- Regulations of the student's home school
For specific information about adding a class from another division, you should review the Online Directory of Classes to check:
- Whether the classis graduate or undergraduate level
- Which department/school is offering the class
- Whether approval is required
- To whom priority for admission is given
Approval may require:
- Instructor's signature, signature by the department or Dean of Student Affairs from the school offering the class or permission from your department.
Some schools, such as the Mailman School of Public Health, have their own forms and specific guidelines for any cross registration into their classes.
If you wish to cross register, you should check your school's bulletin. You should also contact your Student Affairs office and/or advisor for cross registration guidelines and procedures.