Undergraduate Registration

Undergraduate Registration resources at Suffolk will point you in the right direction and get you ready for success in your academic courses.
How to Register for Classes Instructions for registration, dropping and/or editing courses, auditing, leave of absence, and more, with step-by-step video instructions to guide you through the registration process. 
Registration Approval Advising is required for all undergraduate students—registration approval is an important part of the process. Undergraduate students should bring a copy of their Program Evaluation to advising appointments. 
Registration & Add/Drop Schedule

It is important to be aware of dates for registration, adding and dropping classes. If you do not observe these deadlines, you may not be able to register for a course you want, or to add or drop a class. 

Semester Course Load Information Your course load as an undergraduate students—including international and summer session students—it may have an important impact on your ability to achieve your educational goals, and to maintain financial aid. 
Pass/Fail & Audit A Pass/Fail option is available to students in lieu of a traditional letter grade subject to the following limitations and regulations. 
Registration for Visiting Students Both the College of Arts & Sciences and the Sawyer Business School offer a variety of opportunities for non-degree students to take graduate level courses. 
Registration Forms Download any form you need; change of address, drop/add, protecting your privacy rights, change of concentration, and many more. 

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