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Enrollment, Web and RTTRS Information

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Enrollment and Registration

Formal admission to the Camden College of Arts and Sciences, University College-Camden, or the School of Business-Camden and payment of tuition and fees are prerequisites to registration. All students, by virtue of registering, agree to comply with the regulations of the university and of the undergraduate colleges.

Registration consists of three essential steps:

  1. Course selection with the aid of faculty advisement or the advising office staff.
  2. Entry of the selected program through http://webreg.rutgers.edu for students with system access, or at the registrar's office for all other students.
  3. Submission of the term bill to the bursar along with payment of tuition and fees for the approved Program.
It is important to note that the registration process is completed only after the student presents his or her term bill to the bursar along with payment or appropriate verification of financial assistance in accordance with the billing instructions.

It is the responsibility of the student to acquire, complete, and return registration and term bill information, including payment of tuition and fees, on time.  Students are notified regarding registration, Add/Drop periods and other notices from the Registrar's office via email. When information is mailed, the student's last address of record in the registrar's office is used, but the university cannot and does not assume responsibility if the student fails to receive this information. Those who do not register within the time allotted may be charged the late registration fee of $50.

Students seeking to return, having voluntarily separated themselves from the college, should refer to the Admissions chapter of their school catalog. Applications must be filed before August 1 for September reenrollment and before December 1 for January reenrollment.


Activation of Registration

A student's registration is activated through the submission to the bursar's office of a term bill accompanied by payment, or an appropriate award of financial aid. Activation of registration does not take place if there are "holds" placed on a student's records because of failures to meet outstanding obligations of financial, academic, or administrative action.


Termination of Registration

The University will exercise the right to terminate the registration of any student who has an outstanding financial obligation to the university, after sufficient notice has been given to the student. A student whose registration is terminated at any time during the refund period because of nonpayment of amounts owed the university will receive a revised bill based on a refund calculated as if it were a voluntary withdrawal. The university reserves the right to "hold" transcripts and diplomas as a result of nonpayment of obligations, to forward delinquent accounts to collection agencies, and to levy a collection fee. "Holds" will be removed upon satisfaction of the outstanding obligation. The terminated student may petition for reinstatement of enrollment by satisfying the indebtedness to the university and paying a $50 reinstatement fee.


Cancellation of Registration

To cancel registration and obtain a full refund of tuition and fees, the registrar must receive written notification from the student prior to the first day of the term. A student whose registration is canceled by the registrar receives a full refund of tuition and fees, and prorated charges for room and board, if applicable. Notification of cancellation received on or after the first day of the term is treated, for billing purposes, as withdrawal and a refund is made based on the general refund policy.


General Refund Policy

A student who voluntarily withdraws from all courses during the first six weeks of a term receives a partial reduction of tuition ( and charges for room and board , if applicable) according to the week of withdrawal as follows:

1st to 2nd week         -       80%
3rd to 4th week         -       60%
5th to 6th week         -       40%
No reduction of tuition is granted after the sixth week.
The effective date of withdrawal is the date on which a written statement of withdrawal is received by the registrar. No part of the student fee is refundable.

No reductions are granted after the Add/Drop period to students who withdraw from one or more courses, but remain registered in others. No adjustment from full-time to part-time status is made after the Add/Drop period. If withdrawal from one or more courses amounts to complete withdrawal from a program, the provision for full withdrawal applies.

Failure to attend class is not equivalent to a withdrawal, and a student will not receive an adjustment of charges unless a formal withdrawal is filed with and approved by the registrar, regardless of whether the student actually attended classes or took examinations.


Late Registration

Students who do not complete registration during the period prescribed in the registration instructions may do so during the late registration period. A late registration fee of $50 may be charged. Permission to register late does not affect any academic policies.


Successive Registrations

All eligible registered matriculated students expecting to continue their programs in the succeeding fall or spring term are advised to take part in that term's registration in March or November, respectively. Instructions and forms for this purpose are emailed to students.

Participation in this exercise is not binding on students who do not return, for any reason, in the next term; however, eligible students who do return without having participated may be charged a late registration fee of $50.


Change of Course

Students may add or drop courses with their advisers' approval during the late registration period preceding the term and continuing through the sixth day of the term. These changes may be made through telephone registration or in person in accordance with the add/drop schedule.  As of the seventh day of the term, no adds are permitted, and all drops must be made in person in the Office of the Registrar or via webreg. Changes sought by mail or fax are not accepted at any time.

Exceptions to these regulations can be made only by a college's committee on scholastic standing.


Dropping a Course

Courses may be dropped until the end of the eighth full week of the term without academic penalty, provided the student follows the change of course procedures, as described previously. Courses dropped between the ends of the Drop period and eighth weeks of the term are assigned a grade of W. Students dropping a course after the end of the eighth full week of the term are assigned a grade of F, U, or NC in the dropped course; the grade of F is computed in the term and cumulative grade-point averages.

A student who unofficially drops or "Walks Away" from a course for which he or she is registered without following the above procedure will receive a grade of TZ which will convert to F, U, or NC in the course after 4 months.  In the case of part-time students, no refund of tuition is allowed for any course dropped after the fifth class day of the term.

No course may be dropped during the last two weeks of classes.


Special Registration Options

Refunds of tuition are calculated from the date when the written Notification of Withdrawal Form, approved by the Office for Student Life, is received by the Registrar. See the Tuition and Fees chapter in your school catalog for information concerning the computation of refunds of tuition. A student is not eligible for a refund unless his or her withdrawal is formally reported to the Registrar.

When a student officially withdraws from the college, a grade of W is assigned in each course. This symbol is recorded on the student's record.

Withdrawal as such is not recognized during the last two weeks of class meetings; students leaving during this period receive standard grades for the term.

Please note the notification to the instructor, adviser, or school does not fulfill the student's obligation to communicate directly and in writing with the Registrar in all matters pertaining to changes in registration and withdrawal.

Student Classification
With a minimum of 120 credits required to qualify for a degree, students following a normal four-year program are grouped according to their projected year of graduation on the basis of the number of credits they have satisfactorily completed, scaled as follows:

First-year students       0 - 22
Sophomores               23 - 57
Juniors                  58 - 89
Seniors                  90 and above
In special cases, classifications are decided upon by the Registrar, with the advice of academic authority when necessary.

Full- and Part-Time Status
The designation of students as full- or part-time is necessary for the regulations governing tuition charges, student fees, statistical records, and other issues affected by such status. Status is determined during the fall and spring terms as follows:
 
Undergraduate Students:
12 or more credits      = full-time (FT)
6.0-11.99 credits       = half-time (HT)
fewer than 6 credits    = less than half-time (LHT)
Graduate Students (excluding Sch 24 and 53):
9.0 or more credits        = full-time (FT)
4.5 - 8.9 credits            = half-time (HT)
fewer than 4.5 credits    = less than half-time (LHT)

Summer Session:


WEBREG AND HELPFUL HINTS

Registration via WEBREG.RUTGERS.EDU is fast, easy and can be done from the comfort of your own home any time of the day or night.  When registering, please read the introductory screen, then:

  1. click to Student Log-In screen
  2. Enter your NetID Number
  3. Enter your Password
  4. Select from the following options:
      Add/Drop - register or change registration

      View Schedule - see courses, time and rooms

      Change Credits - correct any errors in By-Arrangement credits

Click Submit button

Register or Add
If you previously registered, you will see your schedule.  To add or register, scroll down.  Enter the 5-digit index numbers of the courses you wish to Add, up to 10 courses at once, then click the Add/Drop button.  You will see the number of courses successfully added.  The computer will alert you to the number of failures to add a course(s), click on “Please see explanation at bottom of page.”  Often times you may be able to make on-line corrections.  Note the CANCEL box to the right of the explanation.  You may click cancel to remove the information.  To receive a printout of your new schedule, click on the printer icon.  When you are finished, log off.

Drop courses
When viewing your schedule, note the little DROP box in the far left of each course.  Click on the box and a check will appear.  Scroll down to enter any index numbers you wish to add, and click the Add/Drop button.  The computer will alert you to the number of failures to add a course(s), click on “Please see explanation at bottom of page.”  Often times you may be able to make on-line corrections.  Note the CANCEL box to the right of the explanation.  You may click cancel to remove the information.  To receive a printout of your new schedule, click on the printer icon.  When you are finished, log off.

Class/Hour Schedule
To view courses that are open, their times, room assignments, prerequisites, etc., you can go to the on-line Class/Hour schedule by clicking on the Rutgers Schedule of Classes on the upper right of the screen.  After selecting your courses, write down the index number and click on the RU button located in the toolbar at the bottom of the screen.  You can toggle back and forth between the class/hour schedule and the registration screen.

You will have 15 minutes before the computer will log you off.  You may visit the website as many times as needed.

WHEN YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR REGISTRATION, BE SURE TO LOG OFF SO NO ONE ELSE CAN GAIN ACCESS TO INFORMATION ABOUT YOU.


RTTRS AND HELPFUL HINTS

The Semester Access Code for the Fall  Term is "9"; Spring Term is "1."


You can link to the RUID website to learn your number at webreg.rutgers.edu.


Term bills, calculated on the basis of the total credits for which you advance register, will be mailed to your home address in early July for Fall and early November for Spring. Payments received after the due date may be subject to a $125.00 late payment fee. The University is not responsible for the non-delivery of billing notices or payment; it is the responsibility of the registrant to ensure that his tuition and fees are paid on time. If you have not received a bill by July or November, contact the Bursar's Office. Bill payment is the final act of registration. Without a bill being receipted, you are not registered. All students, including those on Financial Aid, must return a bill to the Bursar's Office.  To pay your bill online please visit: http://www.studentabc.rutgers.edu/



Registration Instructions for the Designated Semesters

Spring/Fall Course Confirmation
Visit our website to confirm that the courses the computer will list for you are the ones you are attending.  These are the courses for which you will receive grades in May and December.  If there are errors, come see us at once.   You may also see your grades 24 hours a day via our website.  Please allow at least 3 days after your exam for grades to be entered into the computer.

Winterim Session
You are urged to meet with your advisor and select appropriate courses. The Winter Session catalogs are usually available in October.  Refer to Catalog for registration procedures.

Summer Session
You are urged to meet with your advisor and select appropriate courses. The Summer Session catalog is available at the Summer Session Office, 319 Cooper Street.  Beginning the last week in February, you may register at webreg.rutgers.edu.  You will receive a bill at your home address in late April.  Special Permission Numbers for closed or "by permission" courses are available from the Summer Session Office.

Fall 2008 Session
The Fall 2008 Pre-Registration using webreg.rutgers.edu will begin Sunday, November 9th at 10:00 PM and continue through Friday, November 21st. While it is not mandatory for student returnees to advance register for the spring, they gain an advantage through early program selection.  In addition, continuing students may be subject to a $50 late preregistration fee which is charged those eligible who fail to take part in Advance Registration and then register after November 21st for the Spring term.  The act of advance registration does not commit any student to return to school if subsequent financial or academic conditions make it possible, nor is there an obligation to make advance payments of tuition and fees.  In effect the student is simply stating “if I return to the University in September 2008 THESE are the courses and sections I desire, and I EXPECT to confirm this advance registration by the payment of appropriate tuition and fees on or before the stipulated deadline in September.”  Webreg is available for all eligible students (see exclusions below) and should be utilized in lieu of coming into the Registrar’s Office.  You are urged to select your courses carefully and deliberately.  Make an appointment now to see your advisor.  While most students do not have to meet with an advisor prior to using RTTRS or webreg, you will be responsible for the applicability of your course selection.  If you’re not sure, see your advisor.  Should you need assistance using webreg, the Registrar’s office will have extended hours during the period.

OFFICE HOURS WILL BE:

April 2-5      8:30am - 5:00pm  
April 6        8:30am - 4:30pm  
April 9-12     8:30am - 5:00pm	
April 13       8:30am - 4:30pm 

The Fall 2008 schedule of classes will be available at http://scheduling.rutgers.edu on March 19th.  During the period April 1st-13th you should make arrangements to consult with an advisor prior to registering for classes.

Students desiring to intercollege register to New Brunswick or Newark must have the approval of the Office of Student Affairs prior to registering as the appropriateness of these courses for your academic major.  A form for this approval is available at the Office of Student Affairs, 2nd floor, Armitage Hall.

Make an appointment with:

Undergraduate Students:  your advisor or your Academic Services Center – Office for Student Affairs, 2nd Floor, Armitage Hall 225-6043

Graduates Students:  your Program Director

 DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE.

Fall Pre-Registration will be open to students by the following schedule:

April 1 at 10:00 PM - 2 AM UNDERGRADUATES with 90 or more credits; ALL GRADUATE students.

April 2 at 10:00 PM - ALL STUDENTS

You are encouraged to seek advisement and register early for the best selection of courses using webreg.

The time table for registering for Fall 2008 classes using webreg is as follows:

Monday thru Friday   6:30 AM to 2:00 AM
Saturday             6:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday               Not Available  
April 30th - August 31st        ADD/DROP and Late Registration

REGISTERING FOR A PREFIX
               To register for a prefix, call the Registrar’s Office and we will assist you.

Prefix          Definition
E…………   Course does not count in average or toward degree.
G………...   300-400 level course taken by a graduate student which counts towards the graduate degree.
N………..    Not for credit S/U grade.
P………...    Course is being taken on a PASS/NO CREDIT basis if permitted by student’s school.
R………...    Course is being repeated for better grade in accordance with academic policy of student’s school
                      (see catalog).

FOR THE CHANGE OF REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS FALL 2008 TERM

Unless otherwise restricted by collegiate regulations, students are encouraged to use http://webreg.rutgers.edu to make changes to their programs of study.

All students can access the system to confirm their courses, times and rooms.  There will not be a confirmation of registration mailing prior to classes beginning.  You may view your schedule at our website http://registrar.rutgers.edu 24 hours a day.

By action of the University Senate, the Add/Drop Schedule for Fall 2008 is:

September 4-11           All Students
September 10             Undergraduates - Last day to drop a course without a W grade
September 11             Undergraduates - Last day to ADD
Graduate Students may ADD/DROP through January 29th.
The above schedule is subject to change by the University Senate.

Term bills, calculated on the basis of the total credits for which you advance register, will be mailed to your home address in late November with a due date in early December.  Payments received after the due date will be subject to a $125.00 late payment fee.  The University is not responsible for the non-delivery of billing notices or payment; it is the responsibility of the registrant to ensure that his tuition and fees are paid on time. If you do not recieve a bill by December 1st, contact the Bursar's office. Bill payment is the final act of registration.  Without a bill being receipted, you are not registered.  All students including those on Financial Aid, must return a bill to the Bursar’s Office.   You may also pay your bill on-line at www.studentabc.rutgers.edu



Spring 2009 Session
The Spring 2009 Pre-Registration using webreg.rutgers.edu will begin Sunday, November 9th at 10:00 PM and continue through Friday, November 21st. While it is not mandatory for student returnees to advance register for the spring, they gain an advantage through early program selection.  In addition, continuing students may be subject to a $50 late preregistration fee which is charged those eligible who fail to take part in Advance Registration and then register after November 21st for the Spring term.  The act of advance registration does not commit any student to return to school if subsequent financial or academic conditions make it possible, nor is there an obligation to make advance payments of tuition and fees.  In effect the student is simply stating “if I return to the University in January 2009 THESE are the courses and sections I desire, and I EXPECT to confirm this advance registration by the payment of appropriate tuition and fees on or before the stipulated deadline in December.”  Webreg is available for all eligible students (see exclusions below) and should be utilized in lieu of coming into the Registrar’s Office.  You are urged to select your courses carefully and deliberately.  Make an appointment now to see your advisor.  While most students do not have to meet with an advisor prior to using RTTRS or webreg, you will be responsible for the applicability of your course selection.  If you’re not sure, see your advisor.  Should you need assistance using webreg, the Registrar’s office will have extended hours during the period.

OFFICE HOURS WILL BE:

November 10-13     8:30am - 5:00pm  
November 14        8:30am - 4:30pm  
November 17-20     8:30am - 5:00pm	
November 21        8:30am - 4:30pm 

The Spring 2009 schedule of classes will be available at http://scheduling.rutgers.edu on October 22nd.   During the period November 9th - 21st you should make arrangements to consult with an advisor prior to registering for classes.

Students desiring to intercollege register to New Brunswick or Newark must have the approval of the Office of Student Affairs prior to registering as the appropriateness of these courses for your academic major.  A form for this approval is available at the Office of Student Affairs, 2nd floor, Armitage Hall.

Make an appointment with:

Undergraduate Students:  your advisor or your Academic Services Center – Office for Student Affairs, 2nd Floor, Armitage Hall 225-6043

Graduates Students:  your Program Director

School of Business Undergraduates:  Academic Services Office, 2nd Floor Business Building, 225-6216

 DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE.

WEB ACCESS    http://webreg.rutgers.edu

Spring Pre-Registration will be open to students by the following schedule:

November 9 at 10:00 PM - 2 AM UNDERGRADUATES with 90 or more credits; ALL GRADUATE students.

November 10 at 10:00 PM - ALL STUDENTS

You are encouraged to seek advisement and register early for the best selection of courses using webreg.

The time table for registering for Spring 2009 classes using webreg is as follows:

Monday thru Friday   6:30 AM to 2:00 AM
Saturday             6:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday               Not Available  
November 22nd - January 17th        ADD/DROP and Late Registration

REGISTERING FOR A PREFIX
               To register for a prefix, call the Registrar’s Office and we will assist you.

Prefix          Definition
E…………   Course does not count in average or toward degree.
G………...   300-400 level course taken by a graduate student which counts towards the graduate degree.
N………..    Not for credit S/U grade.
P………...    Course is being taken on a PASS/NO CREDIT basis if permitted by student’s school.
R………...    Course is being repeated for better grade in accordance with academic policy of student’s school
                      (see catalog).


FOR THE CHANGE OF REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS SPRING 2009 TERM

Unless otherwise restricted by collegiate regulations, students are encouraged to use http://webreg.rutgers.edu to make changes to their programs of study.

All students can access the system to confirm their courses, times and rooms.  There will not be a confirmation of registration mailing prior to classes beginning.  You may view your schedule at our website http://registrar.rutgers.edu 24 hours a day.

By action of the University Senate, the Add/Drop Schedule for Spring 2009 is:

January 20-27          All Students
January 26             Undergraduates - Last day to drop a course without a W grade
January 27             Undergraduates - Last day to ADD
February 2             Graduate Students - Last day to ADD/DROP


The above schedule is subject to change by the University Senate.

Term bills, calculated on the basis of the total credits for which you advance register, will be mailed to your home address in late November with a due date in early December.  Payments received after the due date will be subject to a $125.00 late payment fee.  The University is not responsible for the non-delivery of billing notices or payment; it is the responsibility of the registrant to ensure that his tuition and fees are paid on time. If you do not recieve a bill by December 1st, contact the Bursar's office. Bill payment is the final act of registration.  Without a bill being receipted, you are not registered.  All students including those on Financial Aid, must return a bill to the Bursar’s Office.   You may also pay your bill on-line at www.studentabc.rutgers.edu

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