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Matriculated Students

Registration for Spring 2019 courses has closed. Registration for Summer 2019 courses will begin on the dates indicated on the Academic Calendar. See below for selected dates and instructions; consult the full calendar for additional dates. Course schedules are posted on the Forms & Schedules page as they become available. Consult the latest Student Handbook for graduation requirements and recommended course sequencing.

Registration Instructions are posted on this page shortly before each class year's registration period begins. Please read these instructions before attempting to register on-line via myUDC as some courses have additional requirements before registration can be finalized.

March 25 Summer 2019 Clinic Preference Forms Due (Classes of 2020 FT & PT)

April 8 Fall 2019 Clinic Preference Forms Due (Classes of 2020 FT & PT)
April 17 On-Line Registration for Summer Courses Begins

Registration instructions will be posted here shortly before registration begins

May 28 In-Person Registration for Summer Courses (for students with permission and Non-Degree students)
May 29 - 31 Late Registration for Summer Courses
May 31 Summer 2019 Registration Ends at 5:00 pm
July 9 Fall 2019 On-Line Registration Begins for Third Year Students (Class of 2020 FT & PT)
July 16 Fall 2019 On-Line Registration Begins for Second Year Students (Classes of 2021 FT & PT, 2022 PT)
July 30 Fall 2019 On-Line Registration information available for First Year Students (Classes of 2022 FT & 2023 PT)
August 2 Last Day to Withdraw from a Summer Class

Please refer to the Academic Calendar(s) on the Forms & Schedules page for additional dates.

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

When selecting courses, make sure to review the model schedule for your division in the Student Handbook as well as the legal subjects tested on the bar exam of the state where you plan to practice law (see Bar Exam Information for resources).

Visiting and Non-degree Students

If you are enrolled at another law school, and you wish to take courses at UDC Law, please see Transfer & Visiting Applicants.

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


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