Summer 2020 registration opened December 2, 2019 and continues until classes begin.
Special Note: Undergraduate students in Pre-Nursing, 3+2, 3+3 and 3-year degree programs, Veterans and students receiving Veteran's Education Benefits, as well as students in the Honors Program, may register as early as the first Priority Registration day.
Certain registration restrictions may apply to courses less than 15 weeks in length. Please refer to the Graduate Catalog's Policies for Non-Traditional Courses.
New Student Registration Process
Visiting, Non-Degree Seeking Undergraduate Students
If you are new to Arcadia and wish to take undergraduate courses as a visiting, non-matriculated student, please contact Kathryn "Kat" Phillips at 215-517-3093 or email email@example.com for advising and registration.
Part-time Degree Seeking Undergraduate Students
If you have been formally accepted to Arcadia and have deposited, you will be contacted by an Undergraduate Academic Adviser to set up an advising and orientation meeting. If you have not yet applied, or have any questions about admission, please contact Enrollment Management at 215-572-2910 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for advising and registration.
Visiting Non-Degree Seeking High School Students
If you are in High School and have an interest in attending as a part time visiting student, please contact Kathryn "Kat" Phillips at 215-517-3093 or email email@example.com .
Visiting, Non-Degree Seeking Graduate Students
If you are new to Arcadia and would like to take Education courses as a visiting, non-degree seeking student, please contact the School of Education at 215-572-2938. If you would like to take courses in any other part-time graduate program, please contact Enrollment Management at 215-572-2910. Registration is limited to three graduate courses. Registration in full-time program courses is not permitted.
Full or Part-time Degree Seeking Graduate Students
If you have been formally accepted to Arcadia as a graduate student, please schedule an appointment with your academic adviser. Contact information for your academic adviser can be found in your acceptance letter.
The registration method for all students is online through Self-Service. The campus is closed in compliance with the Governor's order and the paper registration form can not be processed. Students unable to access Self-Service should email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide a brief explanation of the nature of the difficulty.
Graduate students and all current undergraduate students will use Self-Service for the Fall 2020 Priority Registration period. See undergraduate and graduate registration instructions for more details.
Please note: Registration for students eligible to use Self-Service begins at the start of Priority Registration and continues until about a week before classes begin. Students assume all responsibility pertaining to course registration and degree completion. Students who have not completed required pre-requisite courses may be dropped from the class at any time by the instructor, Department Chair, or administrator. Student accounts that become more than 30 days past due will be charged a $50 late fee. Tuition refunds are calculated in accordance with university policy in the appropriate catalog and online.
Contact the Registrar
Taylor Hall, Room 103
Office Hours beginning August 17, 2020
Face mask covering nose and mouth required Limited occupancy