Student Enrollment and Registration

Updates & Announcements

 

[As of 11/23/2021]

The course schedule for the Spring 2022 semester is now available via the Directory of Classes. Be advised that course offerings are subject to change up until the first day of classes. Students will be notified of any cancellations or other changes that occur to courses for which they are registered.

For all May 2022 graduates, registration for the Spring 2022 semester begins Monday, December 6, at 9:30 a.m. and closes Friday, December 10, at 9:30 p.m. For all continuing and incoming students, spring registration opens Monday, December 13, at 9:30 a.m. and closed Friday, December 17, at 9:30 p.m.

The add/drop period will begin on Monday, January 10, at 9:30 a.m. and will continue through Friday, January 28, at 9:30 p.m. (excluding weekends and the Martin Luther King holiday). Note that all registration windows will be open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. ET.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS FOR SPRING 2022

Immunization Requirements: All students (in both Online and Residential campuses) must comply with the University’s immunization requirements. This year, along with MMR and meningitis requirements, all students must abide by the University’s COVID-19 and seasonal influenza immunization requirements. Failure to comply will prohibit enrollment. For details on how to verify compliance, click here.

Wait Lists: There will be no Wait Lists during the preliminary registration period in December. Students will have the opportunity to join Wait Lists for desired classes during the Add/Drop period that begins on Monday, January 10, 2022.

Registration Holds: Students will be unable to register if there is a hold on their accounts. The School of Social Work CANNOT override any hold (Account Balance or Immunization). You can view any holds on your record in SSOL. Students should follow up with the appropriate department before the upcoming registration window.

You will find other helpful guidelines and full-length study plans here. (Note: the document linked may only be accessed using your CU Lionmail account).

As you plan for the term, please keep in mind the following:

  • Residential Campus students are expected to be in New York City for the full academic term.
  • The Office of Student Services will register all students for their appropriate section of Field Education (either T6010 or T6020).
  • Students will be re-enrolled in their advising section from the fall term. In the meantime, students are required to use Stellic, the degree audit tool to manage their course plan. Please review the Stellic Student Guide to begin planning for the spring semester. Study plans can be found in the materials attached.
  • Please check SSOL for any holds that have been applied to your student record. Students with a registration hold (ex. an account balance or immunization hold) will not be permitted to register under any circumstances. If you have an account balance hold, you will have received a number of notifications from Student Financial Services. Please review those communications for more information about lifting the hold.
  • Residential: Course section numbers containing “00X” (ex. SOCW 6009 T 001) are reserved for Residential Campus students and will be held in person at CSSW.
  • Zoom: Course section numbers containing the letter “Z” (ex. SOCW 6009 T Z40) will be held via Zoom but are considered a part of the Residential Campus and are reserved for Residential Campus students.
  • Adobe Connect: Course section numbers containing the letter “D” (ex. SOCW 6009 T D20) will be held via Adobe Connect and are reserved for students enrolled in the Online Campus programs.

THE INS AND OUTS OF ENROLLMENT AND REGISTRATION

Program Withdrawals, Leaves & Readmission

Students can request a leave of absence prior to the start of a term or during a term. When a student takes a leave of absence during a term, this action also is considered a withdrawal. Withdrawal is defined as the dropping of one’s entire academic program in a given term after the first day of classes of the term. When a student requests a leave of absence, their intent is to resume their studies based on an approved timeframe. However, if a student requests to withdraw from the program, their enrollment at the School is terminated, and they must reapply via the standard admissions process should they wish to re-enroll at a later date.

Withdrawing from the School of Social Work after the start of the semester can have implications for financial aid, and students are encouraged to speak with the Office of Financial Aid about any financial consequences. Any student who wishes to withdraw from the School of Social Work must notify the Office of Advising in writing and subsequently complete the LOA/Withdrawal Form. Neither notification to instructors of a plan to withdraw nor failure to attend classes will constitute an official withdrawal from the school of Social Work.

It is recommended that students discuss their LOA or Withdrawal request with the Office of Advising PRIOR to submitting this form.

Students will be held responsible for related tuition and fees [See Refund Schedule below].

Refund Schedule

All students who withdraw from school/program and/or take a LOA will be charged a $75 withdrawal fee. This is a University Administrative Fee and no exceptions are made. Please note:

CSSW refunds 100% of tuition before the change of program period ends.

  • For Fall and Spring Semester: Week 1 and Week 2 occur during the change of program (add/drop) period. Week 3 begins on the first Monday after the change of program period ends each semester.
  • For Summer Semester: Week 1 occurs during the change of program (add/drop) period. Week 2 begins on the first Monday after the change of program period ends each semester.
Refund Rate for Fall and Spring Semesters (14 week term) 
Week 1 & 2100% tuition and fees (except document fee) refunded
Week 390% tuition refunded, no fees refunded
Week 480% tuition refunded, no fees refunded
Week 570% tuition refunded, no fees refunded
Week 660% tuition refunded, no fees refunded
Week 750% tuition refunded, no fees refunded
Week 8 (final change for refund)40% tuition refunded, no fees refunded
Refund Rate for Summer Semester (10 week term) 
Week 1100% tuition and fees (except document fee) refunded
Week 390% tuition refunded, no fees refunded
Week 480% tuition refunded, no fees refunded
Week 570% tuition refunded, no fees refunded
Week 6 (final change for refund)60% tuition refunded, no fees refunded

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