Summer 2004 Registration
Registration for the Summer 2004 Term will take place between
April 8, 2004 and April 12, 2004. Detailed registration
instructions, course schedules, and the Registration Bulletin
can be found here:
NOTE: You MUST check the registration system again on or
after April 14, 2004 to determine if you have been admitted
to the course(s) which you selected. If you have any questions,
please contact the Registrar's Office.
Change of Division Request - Deadline April 16, 2004!
All Change of Division requests for the Fall 2004 semester
are due to the Registrar's Office office by April 16, 2004.
To access the request form, on the Chicago-Kent Web-for-Students,
log on to your webmail account (http://webmail.kentlaw.edu),
click on the icon in the lower right corner of the menu
bar, and navigate to the online forms section of the Web-for-Students.
§ 3.11 Changing Divisions
A student who wants to change from the Evening to the Day
Division, or vice versa, must submit a written request to
change divisions to the Registrar by the date announced
in the Law School Record. Changes are permitted on a space-available
basis. If all students can be accommodated, all will be
permitted to change divisions; if all students cannot be
accommodated, a lottery drawing will be held to determine
which students will be permitted to change.
If you have questions regarding changing divisions, please
contact the Registrar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Computer Exam Registration: Sign Up Electronically by
April 16, 2004!
Exam Number: Your exam number for the Spring 2004 term
will be e-mailed to you later this week. This number should
be used for all exams for the Spring 2004 term. Please bring
this number with you to each of your final exams. You should
also use this number as your "student ID number"
when downloading the exam software to your own computer.
See below for further instructions.
Exams on Computer
The deadline for students to sign up for exams on computer
is April 16, 2004. To sign up for exams on computer, log
in to your Webmail account click on the Web for Students
link and then follow the appropriate links to the computer
exam registration page. Make your selection and press "Submit
Selection" button. A confirmation number will be generated
for you. After April 16, 2004, your final exam schedule,
with the administration method,will be e-mailed to you.
PLEASE NOTE: We are continuously receiving requests from
faculty to make computers available for their exam(s). If
your professor has not yet submitted a form, please check
with them or continue to check the system. Seats may open
Please note: Signing up is not a guarantee that you will
be able to take your exam on computer. We are limited in
the number of exams we can administer on computer. Due to
limited space in classrooms and computer labs, you may be
scheduled to take a "laptop" exam in a computer
lab. You will be notified after the sign up deadline as
to the status of your request and the location of your exams.
Lab Computer Users: Although the program is simple to use,
please spend a few minutes reviewing the online tutorial
at: http://www.kentlaw.edu/clc/examsoft/softtest.shtml In
addition, you may run the practice version from any lab
computer (go to Start, Programs, SofTest, Softest; then
click on the Practice button on the lower right of the screen).
Laptop Users: All students using laptops must install the
new version of the ExamSoft software prior to final exams.
If you have used the software previously, you must uninstall
the old version and install the new version! Please see
the FAQ document on ExamSoft's Web site if you have questions
about this process - http://184.108.40.206/faq/faq.htm
Please make sure that your computer is properly configured
to access the Chicago-Kent LAN and that the ExamSoft registration/qualification
process has been completed prior to your final exams. Students
with computers that are not properly configured, not registered,
or experiencing technical difficulties will be given blue
books and will write their final exams. No exceptions to
this policy will be made. Additionally, to avoid any technical
or computer difficulties, please make sure you bring the
following items with you to the exam. ExamSoft Registration
number and qualification numbers Your network card and cable
Floppy disk drive Your laptop power cord If you have any
technical questions, please check the FAQ page at http://220.127.116.11/FAQ/faq.htm
or contact the CLC at email@example.com .
If you have any exam administration questions, please contact
the Registrar's Office at 312-906-5080. Thank you and good
luck with your exams!
Exam Conflicts/Reschedule Requests - April 16, 2004
Students who believe that they have an exam conflict should
consult the following excerpt from the Chicago-Kent Student
§ 7.2 Exam Schedule and Conflicts
The examination schedule is published with the class schedule
before registration each semester. All students must take
their examinations at the scheduled time, except as provided
herein and in §§ 7.3 and 7.4. If a student registers for
two courses with examinations scheduled at the same time,
one examination will be rescheduled for the same day at
a different hour, or for Evening Division students, within
24 hours. If a final exam is to be rescheduled, a Final
Exam Reschedule form must be completed and submitted to
the Registrar. In addition, the student must sign an Affirmation
of Nondisclosure stating that he/she has not and will not
communicate with anyone about any aspect of the examination.
A student will be deemed to have a conflict if he or she
has three exams scheduled consecutively. A conflict does
not exist if two exams are scheduled on the same day, but
at different hours.
If you believe that you meet the requirements set forth
above, you should submit an exam reschedule request using
the Chicago-Kent Web-for-Students. To access the request
form, on the Chicago-Kent Web-for-Students, log on to your
webmail account (http://webmail.kentlaw.edu), click on the
icon in the lower right corner of the menu bar, and navigate
to the online forms section of the Web-for-Students.