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Matriculated Students

Registration for Fall 2016 courses has closed. Registration for Spring 2017 courses will begin on the dates indicated on the 2016-2017 Academic Calendar. See below for selected dates and instructions. Consult the full calendar for additional dates. Course schedules are available on the Forms & Schedules page. Consult the Student Handbook Vol. 1 (2016-17) for graduation requirements and recommended course sequencing.

Spring 2017 Registration Instructions will be posted on this page shortly before registration begins. Please read these instructions before attempting to register on-line via myUDC as some courses have additional requirements before registration can be finalized.

November 4, 2016 Spring Clinic Preference Form due for participation in the clinic lottery (Class of 2018)
November 15 Spring 2017 On-Line Registration Begins for Third Year Students (Class of 2017)

        Upper Level (Class of 2017) Registration Instructions >>

November 22 Spring 2017 On-Line Registration Begins for First and Second Year Students (Classes of 2018, 2019 and 2020)

         Upper Level (Classes of 2017, 2018, 2019PT) Registration Instructions >>

         First Year (Classes of 2019FT and 2020PT) Registration Instructions >>

December 21 On-line Registration for Spring Courses Ends at 5:00 p.m.
January 2-6, 2017 Mandatory Orientation for students enrolled in the LSIC Criminal Law Clinic (9-5 pm)
January 5-6 Clinic Orientation (at the discretion of each clinic professor)
January 9 - In-Person Registration (applies only to students with permission and Non-Degree students)
- Start of Spring 2017 (Non-Clinic) Classes for All Students
January 9-13 Late Registration for Spring courses
January 20 Spring 2017 Add/Drop period ends at 5 p.m.

Please see the 2016-2017 Academic Calendar (pdf) for additional dates.

If you are seeking a particular academic form, please check the Registrar's Forms & Schedules page.

Visiting and Non-degree Students

If you are enrolled at another law school, and you wish to take courses at UDC-DCSL, please see Visiting Student Applicants.

If you are a graduate of a foreign or state-accredited law school, and you wish to take courses at UDC-DCSL, please see Non-Degree Student Applicants.


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