Saturday, December 23 (8am) - Thursday, January 18 (11:59pm)
After September 13 and through the last day of classes for the term (Friday, December 8), Late Drop/Add Requests can be submitted in Wolverine Access. A Late Drop/Add Request will be routed to the professor and advisors in the Office of Student Life for approval before being processed. Note that a request to enroll in Research (independent study) or a class for which the drop/add deadline has not yet passed is not considered "late." Contact the Office of Student Records to enroll in Research or a late starting class. Only submit a Late Drop/Add Request in Wolverine Access if the drop/add deadline for the class has passed.
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For help with Wolverine Access, email 4HELP@umich.edu, or call 734.764.4357.
Students who are not “officially enrolled” BEFORE the first day of classes, Tuesday, September 5, will be subject to a late registration fee of $50.00, which increases by $25.00 on the first of every month during the term.
Students who have not registered previously for classes and wait to “officially enroll” BEGINNING the first day of classes Tuesday, September 5, will incur a late registration fee of $50.00 and must have permission from the Office of Student Life.
Students who are not “officially enrolled” BEFORE the first day of classes, Wednesday, January 10, will be subject to a late registration fee of $50.00, which increases by $25.00 on the first of every month during the term.
Students who have not registered previously for classes and wait to “officially enroll” BEGINNING the first day of classes Wednesday, January 10, will incur a late registration fee of $50.00 and must have permission from the Office of Student Life.
(Policy applies to Tuition Fee only)
NOTE—Fee Adjustment Policy for 7 week courses is found on the University’s Office of the Registrar website, Academic Calendar, Student Registration Deadlines: http://www.ro.umich.edu/calendar
Department Consent means students cannot add themselves directly to the class because there are special requirements. The classes that have Department Consent coding include:
Instructor Consent means students cannot add themselves directly to the class because there are special procedures. The classes that have Instructor Consent coding include:
A "class permission” from the Law School’s Office of Student Records is required in order to enroll in a full/closed seminar or practice simulation with a waitlist. The Office of Student Records will contact waitlisted students by email as seats become available.
Beginning Wednesday, January 10 — during the Waitlist Drop/Add period — and to the extent that students can be reached earlier, the Office of Student Records will review the waitlists for non-“prof pick” seminars and practice simulations and offer an available seat to the first student on the waitlist. A "class permission” will be entered into Wolverine Access and a time sensitive email sent to the student.
“Prof pick” seminars and practice simulations are identified in the term class schedule by footnote #9. During the Drop/Add period, in order to obtain a seat in a “prof pick” class, students must add their names to the waitlist in Wolverine Access; then send an email to the professor stating that that they have placed their names on the waitlist and are submitting a statement of interest for consideration. If/when a seat is available in a “prof pick” seminar or practice simulation, the professor will select a student from any position on the waitlist, and notify Debby Hartranft in the Office of Student Records who will offer the seat by entering a "class permission” into Wolverine Access for the selected student and sending them a time-sensitive email.
"Class permissions” work in the background once the “Register for Class” button is clicked and allow the student to enroll. If the student fails to add the class by the deadline found in the email, the enrollment opportunity will be LOST and the seat will be offered to another student.
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