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Registration: First Year Full-time and Part-time Students

Welcome to Fall 2016 Registration for the Classes of 2019 (FT/Day) and 2020 (PT/Evening) at UDC David A. Clarke School of Law.

1. General Instructions

ON-LINE REGISTRATION FOR FALL 2016 WILL CLOSE AT 11:59 PM ON AUGUST 5, 2016.

First year courses are required and prescribed. Using the instructions and CRNs (course registration numbers) below, please enroll yourself in the appropriate courses pursuant to your admitted division.

Please note: first year students are not permitted to “cross enroll” between day and evening courses. Do not enroll in any course which is not listed below. During the orientation period, students will be divided into smaller sections of Lawyering Process I and Legal Research.

Once you are registered, the School of Law's administrative offices, including the Registrar and Office of Financial Aid, will send all communications to your UDC email account. You can create a 'forward' rule in your UDC account so that emails are forwarded to a private email account, but you are responsible for ensuring that the forward is working, and that you are receiving and reading emails from School of Law staff.

Please include your Student ID Number (N#) in all communications with School of Law offices.

Students should refer to the 2016-17 Academic Calendar for important dates and consult the Student Handbook, Vol. 1 for rules and recommendations about course enrollment. The revised Handbook for 2016-17 will be posted on by the end of August.

2. On-line Registration Instructions

  1. Type my.udc.edu into the address bar of your browser
  2. Your Username is: the first half of your UDC email address (everything before the “@” symbol, e.g. john.doe)
  3. Your Password is:
    • if this is your first time logging in, your password is your Student ID Number, which begins with N
    • if you have accessed the site previously, your password is the one you selected the first time you logged in
  4. If your log-in does not work, you will need to contact the UDC IT Help Desk at support@udc.edu or Building 41, Room 316 or 202.274.5941 for assistance.
  5. Once in the system, you should see different tabs across the top of your myUDC student portal. All information pertaining to registration and your student account may be found under the Academics tab. Click the registration menu link.
  6. Use the CRNs (course registration numbers) below to register for the courses in your admitted division. Do not mix day and evening courses or enroll in any courses not listed below.
 
Full-Time/Day Division

Select section A for Lawyering Process I and section A for Legal Research. Include the Contracts Lab (0 credits). As a full-time student, you should be enrolled in a total of 16 credits for the Fall 2016 semester, unless you are in the Jump Start Program.

Course Title Course# Sect. Credits Instructors CRN
Lawyering Process I L100 A 2.00 Snow et. al. 14057
Legal Research L100R A 1.00 Frazer et. al. 14106
Torts I (Day) L101A A 3.00 Mack 14092
Civil Procedure I L102 A 3.00 Brittain 14089
Criminal Law (Day) L103 A 3.00 Pryor 14098
Contracts I (Day) L104 A 3.00 Ajunwa 14095
Contracts I Lab (Day) LLAB A 0.00 Gill 14104
Law & Justice (Day) L106 A 1.00 Cahn 14047

 

Part-Time/Evening Division

Select section F for Lawyering Process I and for Legal Research; select section C for Contracts I. Include the Contracts Lab (0 credits). As a part-time student, you should be enrolled in a total of 10 credits for the Fall 2016 semester, unless you are in the Jump Start Program.

Course Title Course# Sect. Credits Instructors CRN
Lawyering Process I L100 F 2.00 Snow et. al. 14061
Legal Research L100R F 1.00 Frazer et. al. 14066
Torts I (Evening) L101A B 3.00 Fraidin 14065
Contracts I (Evening) L104 C 3.00 Cohen 14147
Contracts I Lab (Evening) LLAB B 0.00 Gill 14069
Law & Justice (Evening) L106 B 1.00 Cahn 14048

 

If, due to extenuating circumstances, you are not able to complete on-line registration, you must contact the Registrar's Office (bgreen@udc.edu) to obtain permission to register in person. If permitted, complete the On-Site & Late Registration Form (pdf) and report to the Registrar's office (Room 212, Bldg. 52) on Monday, August 8, 2016.

3. Holds, Financial Aid & Billing

Any hold on your record must resolved before registration can occur. If you are under the age of 26, please submit the required immunization records to University Health Services via the Student Health Portal at udc.studenthealthportal.com. (First time users of the Health Portal must register their account. When registering your Health Portal account, your Username is your Student ID number (N#). Date of birth format is XX/XX/XXXX. Enter UDC email only [make sure email has been activated]. Call 202-274-5030 for log-in assistance.)

All students are required to have health insurance coverage and will be charged the annual premium for the University-sponsored health insurance plan ($1,090 for 2016-17) unless the coverage is waived by the University's deadline. Additional information and instructions for waiving University-sponsored coverage can be found on the First Student site for UDC. Please note that students must be enrolled in courses for 48 hours before the system will accept a waiver request. A waiver, if applicable, must be requested at the beginning of each academic year enrolled.

You must complete all steps of the registration process, including payment of your bill and/or disbursement of your financial aid, by Monday, August 22, 2016, or your course selections may be canceled by the University. If your course selections are canceled and you wish to re-select, you must see the Registrar. You will be required to complete the On-Site & Late Registration Form (pdf) and pay the late registration fee ($150). Registration for the Fall 2016 semester ends on September 2, 2016.

 

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