The Registrar's Office hours are 8:30 am to 6:00 pm (Monday-Thursday) and 8:30am to 5:00 pm on Friday. If you have any questions regarding your academic records, the Registrar's office staff will be happy to assist you. You can call us at (312) 906-5080 or stop by Suite 220.
Special Note: Office will be closed between 1:00pm - 2:00pm during this week.
Spring 2010 Schedule and Registration.
•Final Spring 2010 Schedule and Registration Bulletin. The final Spring 2010 schedule, the Registration Bulletin, and the course and exam grids are available by clicking here for the Spring 2010 Term page or by going to the main Students Portal page (click on the Spring '10 link). Print copies are available outside the third floor cafeteria.
•Registration Instructions. To register, go to the Spring 2010 Term page and click on the "Online Registration" link beginning Tuesday. Registration will run from Tuesday, November 24 through Tuesday, December 1. You may register at any time during that period. After the end of the registration period, the registration requests will be processed according to each student's registration priority. In other words, registration will not be conducted on a first-come, first served basis; as long as you register during the designated period, you will have an equal chance of being admitted to a class as other students within your registration priority group. To learn what classes you have been admitted into, you must check the online registration site on or after Friday, December 4. Registering for a class during the initial registration period is no guarantee that you will be admitted into the class – you must check the web site on or after Friday, December 4 to learn what classes you have been admitted into.
•Registration for First-Year Students. Although first-year students have set schedules, you still must register for your Spring courses using the Online Registration system. Please be careful to register for the doctrinal classes listed for your current section, and for the Legal Writing section taught by your current professor.