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Fall 2017 - Undergraduate Advisement and Registration Information

The following information is intended for Continuing Undergraduate Students of Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N)

FALL 2017 COURSE REGISTRATION BEGINS - via WEBREG on Sunday, March 26, 2017 (11:00pm-2:00am) through Friday, March 31, 2017 (according to the INITIAL REGISTRATION SCHEDULE below.

Fall 2017 Schedule of Classes will be available online around Monday, March 13, 2017.
 

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INITIAL REGISTRATION SCHEDULE

Students are assigned registration dates and times each semester according to their degree credits earned. In general, students who are closest to graduation are provided earlier registration times.

NOTE: *Degree credits are credits already earned toward graduation; they do not include credits for courses currently in progress.

  • For students with 105 or more degree credits - Sunday, Mar. 26 (11:00pm-2:00am)
  • For students with 105 or more degree credits - Monday, Mar. 27 (6:30am-2:00am)
  • For students with 90 or more degree credits - Monday, Mar. 27 (11:00pm-2:00am)
  • For students with 90 or more degree credits - Tuesday, Mar. 28 (6:30am-2:00am)
  • For students with 75 or more degree credits - Tuesday, Mar. 28 (11:00pm-2:00am)
  • For students with 75 or more degree credits - Wednesday, Mar. 29 (6:30am-2:00am)
  • For students with 60 or more degree credits - Wednesday, Mar. 29 (11:00pm-2:00am)
  • For students with 60 or more degree credits - Thursday, Mar. 30 (6:30am-2:00am)
  • For All eligible students ------------------- Thursday, Mar. 30 (11:00pm-2:00am)
  • For All eligible students ------------------- Friday, Mar. 31 (6:30am-2:00am)
  • For All eligible students ------------------- Friday, Mar. 31 (according to posted Hours of Operation on the WEBREG website)

In-Person Registration conducted at the Office of the Registrar will continue until the end of the ADD/DROP Period during the normal hours of operation.

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WEB REGISTRATION (WEBREG)

WEBREG is an online system for Matriculating students to register, change or Add/Drop courses to their class schedule.

Click on the following link to logon to WEBREG.

Students who are unfamiliar with the "WEBREG" system should follow this link which explains how to use WEBREG.

WEBREG will remain open until the end of the Fall 2017 ADD/DROP Period. Please note the Hours of Operation (availability) that is posted on WEBREG.

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WEBREG Restrictions

Most continuing students will have direct access to WEBREG, however there will be restrictions for the following categories of students:

ALL Newly admitted First Year Undergraduate students for Fall 2017 are restricted from using WEBREG unless authorized by an Academic Advisor. See Academic Advisement information for details on arranging advisement with an Advisor.

Once the Office of the Registrar receives this authorization, WEBREG access will be granted and Registration can be done through the WEBREG system.

Furthermore, RU-N undergraduate students in the following categories will be restricted from WEBREG (Registration/Add/Drop) and must see an Academic Advisor for permission to register or change registration in-person. Students will then bring the signed Academic Advisement form to the Office of the Registrar to register for approved courses.

  • All Undergraduate NCAS, SPAA, SCJ and UC-N students with a cumulative average below 2.0.
  • All Undergraduate RBS (Newark) students with a cumulative average below 2.5.
  • All students placed on academic probation by their Academic Dean.
  • All students that were academically suspended for the Fall 2017 semester.
  • All Non-Matriculated students.

Note: Students may be blocked from registering if they have an unpaid balance on their Student Account. Students with an account balance may submit payment online or they can meet with Student Accounts Representative immediately for assistance.

All students who have applied for May 2017 Graduation may not register for Fall 2017 unless the student's degree application is denied or otherwise cancelled with their Dean.

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COURSE RESTRICTIONS

When attempting to register for a course via WEBREG or IN-PERSON, students may receive informative messages indicating the course was not added to the student's schedule due to a course restriction.

Students should review the Schedule of Classes to verify the presence of various "Notes" associated with the course to determine if restrictions have been set and how to obtain permission for the course.

NOTE: that registration for courses offered at NJIT are generally restricted to In-Person registration. See the details regarding NJIT EXCHANGE REGISTRATION below.

The following course restrictions will need approval by the student's Dean, Academic or Departmental Advisor and if approval is granted the registration process will be handled by the Registrar's Office.

  • "Maximum credits": Undergraduate student are limited to 19 credits per semester.
  • "Prerequisites": Some courses require the prior completion of courses.

The following course restrictions will need approval by the student's Dean, Academic or Departmental Advisor and if approved the student must obtain a Special Permission Number (SP#) for the specific section and register for the course via WEBREG.

  • "Open to Class": are courses that are restricted to students in specific class standing (e.g. Course note indicating "Open to Seniors").
  • "Open to Major" are courses that are restricted to students who are enrolled in a specific major (e.g. Accounting).
  • "Closed Course" is one that has reached the limited number of students set by the department.
  • "By Permission Only" are set for courses that are managed at the discretion of the department.

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IN-PERSON Registration

Students who are unable to use WEBREG to register for classes may visit the Office of the Registrar at Blumenthal Hall to register in person during our regular Hours of Operation.

Students who are encountering issues registering for specific courses please refer to COURSE Restriction.

In-person and WEBREG registration for Fall 2017 will continue until the end of the ADD/DROP Period.

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NJIT EXCHANGE REGISTRATION

Initial/In-Person Registration for NJIT courses begins Monday, March 27, 2017.

NOTE that Non-matriculating students may not register for NJIT courses via this Exchange Registration agreement.

All NJIT course registrations including Add/Drop must be done In-Person at the Office of the Registrar with the exception of Biology (28:120) and Theater (28:088) courses which should be done via WEBREG.
Please refer to the Rutgers Schedule of Classes for specific *Course Notes regarding registration for these Biology and Theater courses.

Students registered for NJIT courses must adhere to the NJIT Academic Calendar.
Monday, September 11, 2017 is the LAST DAY TO ADD/DROP NJIT COURSES WITHOUT 'W' GRADE.
See the NJIT Class Schedule for a list of courses offered.

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HOURS of OPERATION

Hours of Operation during this INITIAL REGISTRATION period:
Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm
In addition, the office will be open on:
Wednesday, Mar. 29, 2017 from 8:30am to 6:00pm for Fall 2017 registration.

Normal Hours of Operation: During the Fall/Spring semester when classes are in session.
Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. - 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wed. 10:00am - 6:00pm (only during regular academic year when classes are in session September - May)

The WEBREG will remain open until the end of the Fall 2017 ADD/DROP Period.
(NOTE: WEBREG - Hours of Operation (availability) is posted on the WEBREG system.)

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ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT

The Registration process begins with students knowing the courses required to complete the conditions of a degree and major. Students may seek academic advisement either from an advisor in the department offering the major in which the student has declared or from an advisor at the Academic Dean's office, prior to registering for courses.

Please follow the appropriate links below for Academic Advisement information for each of the Undergraduate Schools at Rutgers University - Newark.

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For students of the
Newark College of Arts & Sciences (NCAS-21)
or University College - Newark (UCN-62).

Undergraduate NCAS and UCN students seeking advisement may check the Office of Academic Services (OAS) website for advisement information.

The Office of Academic Services can be reached at
360 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
Hill Hall Room 312
Newark, NJ 07102
Phone: 973-353-5800
Fax: 973.353.1284
http://www.ncas.rutgers.edu/oas

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For students of the
Rutgers Business School - Undergraduate (RBS-29) Newark.

Undergraduate RBS Newark students seeking advisement may check the RBS - Newark's Academic Advisement website for advisement information.

The RBS Academic Advisors can be reached at
1 Washington Park, Suite 324
Newark, NJ 07102-3122
Phone: 973-353-5169
Fax: 973-353-5782
http://www.business.rutgers.edu

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For students of the
School of Criminal Justice - Undergraduate (SCJ-47).

Undergraduate SCJ students seeking advisement may check the SCJ Office of Academic and Student Services website for advisement information.

Undergraduate SCJ students will find the SCJ Office of Academic and Student Services at:
123 Washington St.
Center for Law and Justice (Suite 578)
Newark, NJ, 07102
Phone: 973-353-1300
http://rscj.newark.rutgers.edu/

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For students of the
School of Public Affairs & Administration - Undergraduate (SPAA-40).

Undergraduate SPAA students seeking advisement may check the SPAA Student Advising Schedule website for advisement information.

Undergraduate SPAA students will find the SPAA Academic Advisors at:
111 Washington Street
Center for Urban & Public Service Newark, NJ 07102-1801
Phone: 973-353-5093
http://spaa.newark.rutgers.edu/

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Academic Planning Tools

Undergraduate students may also find the following on-line tools to be valuable in planning course selection.

Course Schedule Planner (CSP): Rutgers students may use Course Schedule Planner to build, compare, review, and register schedules for available semesters. Long term planning, course catalog search, automated schedule generation, improved calendar view, advanced filtering, wish list and WebReg integration are just a few features that will make planning a schedule easier and faster than ever.

Degree Navigator is an advising tool designed to help students make informed decisions regarding their academic progress. However, students should still meet with an academic advisor to discuss degree progress.
 

** All the above is tentative and subject to change without general notice.

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