Registration Information for SAH Students

 

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Guidelines

 

  • All Humanities students must meet with their academic advisor before registering.  Please make an appointment with your advisor during the two weeks prior to the start of registration. For more information and answers to FAQs about the new advising policy, click here.
  • After receiving academic advising, all continuing Humanities students and Music students will register online via the student portal.
  • All new students must use paper-based registration.  Please review the new student registration guidelines before completing your registration form.
  • If you wish to audit a course, enroll in an independent study/Master's Research, or enroll in an undergraduate course that is currently not cross-listed, you will need to process these requests through Holly Domingo, Program Assistant-Student & Curriculum Support.  
  • All students who are not registered by the end of the Add/Drop period will be withdrawn from CGU. Please refer to Academic Calendars for specific term dates.
  • Add/Drop Period - for changes in registration, additional deadlines, refund schedule and more.
  • Students must maintain continuous registration each semester.  If you will not be taking coursework, but have not completed your degree requirements, you must register for Doctoral Studies (doctoral students) or Continuous Registration (masters students).
 

Restrictions

  • MUSIC students MUST receive course approval and a Permission Number from Prof. Robert Zappulla before registering online.  You will not be able to register for any Music courses without the course permission number.
  • ART students MUST meet with department personnel to complete the registration process.  Contact
    Virginia Aguirre for further instructions.

Pending Enrollments

If your academic advisor feels it is necessary to make adjustments to your schedule, they will contact you and require you to make the necessary changes. If you fail to make the necessary changes, the department will make them for you.


Proceed

 

 

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