OFFICE HOURS and Contact Information
Office Hours and Contact Information. The Registrar's
Office will be open from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm (Monday - Thursday)
and 8:30 am to 5:00pm (Friday). If you have any questions
regarding your academic records, we will be happy to assist
you. You can call us at (312) 906-5080 or stop by Room 220.
Registration Deadline: Upper-level students may
add an open course without special permission until the
end of the first week of classes. During the second week,
however, you may add an open course only with permission
of the instructor. You may not add a course after the second
week of the semester. To find out what courses are open,
check the Online Registration System.
You may withdraw from any course except a required course,
a clinical course, Law Review, Moot Court, or Intensive
Trial Advocacy at any time prior to the date of the final
exam or final paper (see § 3.10(c) of the Student Handbook).
There is no tuition penalty if you drop a course during
the first two weeks of classes. You will not receive a tuition
refund, however, if you drop a course after the second week
Pass/Fail Election Deadline. Pass/fail elections
for the Fall must be made no later than Friday, September
9, 2005. This deadline is firm. If you previously tried
to elect the pass/fail option and was unsuccessful, please
try again. Please review § 2.4 "Pass/Fail Election"
of the Student Handbook if you have any questions regarding
your pass/fail elections. In order to make your election
you should log in to your webmail account;
click on the Web for Students icon in lower left portion
of the left frame; select the "Take Class Pass/Fail
option" under the "Online Forms" heading;
select the course you would like to take on a pass/fail
basis; and submit your selection. If there is any problem
with your request, the Registrar's Office will notify you.
FERPA Rights and Notification of Access to Educational
Records. The Student Handbook outlines student rights
and responsibitilies regarding access to educational records.
Please review sections 14.4 and 14.5 in the student handbook.
Please pay particular attention to section 14.5, which lists
the types of information that Chicago-Kent classifies as
"directory information," which Chicago-Kent may
release at its discretion, and the information published
in the online Student Directory (available only to members
of the Chicago-Kent community). Section 14.5 also explains
how you may request that directory information, including
the information published in the Student Directory, not
be published or released.
Graduation Application Deadline. Students who plan
on graduating at the end of the Fall semester must
submit a graduation application to the Registrar's Office
no later than September 9, 2005. To complete the
form online, log in to your webmail account; click on the
Web for Students icon in lower left portion of the left
frame; select "Application for Graduation" under
the "Online Forms" heading; complete the full
form (please complete every field); and submit your selection.
You will receive a confirmation e-mail once a graduation
audit has been performed. Please note that any changes you
make to your schedule after the audit may affect your graduation
requirements. You should check with the Registrar's Office
prior to making any changes. Please note: The Registrar's
Office does conduct graduation audits on all applications,
but it is your responsibility to make certain all
requirements for graduation are met. If you have any questions,
please stop by the office.
Incomplete Make-Up Notices. If you plan on making
up an Incomplete grade in a course from a previous semester,
you should complete the appropriate form on the Web for
Students. DO NOT REGISTER FOR THE COURSE. Registering
for the course will cause the calculation of tuition charges
on your account. Instead, please notify the Registrar's
Office as follows: log in to your webmail account; click
on the Web for Students icon in lower left portion of the
left frame; select the "Enroll to Retake Incomplete
class" under the "Online Forms" heading;
select the course; and submit your selection. The Registrar's
Office will add you to the exam and course rosters and notify
your professor. You will not appear on any "official"