The registrar is responsible for the planning, implementation and supervision of all registration activities. Under the direction of school deans, members of the faculty and professional staff, members of the Registrar’s Office assist students during registration periods and verify enrollment.
Course offerings are available to students through an online Schedule of Classes. Registration for currently enrolled students begins by appointments several weeks prior to the start of a semester. All registration is conducted through the web and is open almost continuously until classes begin. The class schedule lists registration and drop/add dates and times, academic advising opportunities, registration procedures, course section offerings, and other pertinent information concerning academic programs and enrollment in classes.
Students are expected to consult the class schedule for registration information and procedures. In order to register for classes at IU Southeast, a student must
- be admitted to Indiana University
- seek academic advising from designated advisers; and
- verify he/she does not have any “holds” (service indicators) due to academic restrictions or financial obligations to the University. If a student has holds on their record, he/she will not be permitted to register for classes until the appropriate office or department removes the “hold”.
Students must obtain necessary permissions or instructor approvals to enroll in restricted enrollment course sections from the school offering the restricted course. Sections that require permissions have “PERM” listed after the course section number. Other restrictions to enrollment in a particular course section could include being enrolled in a particular academic unit. In these cases, the course section will be identified with the school code: RSTR (restricted), in which the student must be enrolled, listed after the course section number. Students must pay registration fees at the Bursar’s office.
Late Registrations and Course Additions
During the time between the end of the first week of class and the end of all fee refund periods a student must have the written permission of the instructor to add a class. After the end of all fee refund periods, a student cannot expect to be allowed to enroll in a course for the current semester. Any exceptions to this policy would be for extraordinary, well-documented circumstances only, and will require approval by the instructor, the dean of the school offering the course, and the vice chancellor for academic affairs. Faculty members should not allow students who are not officially enrolled to attend their courses. A student who attempts to do so could be construed as committing as an act of academic dishonesty or theft of services and could be subject to appropriate disciplinary or legal sanctions. Students with financial difficulties should be encouraged to pursue the deferred payment options available through the Bursar's office, if needed.