Advising & Registration

Students in Forest Grove undergraduate programs (College of Arts & Sciences, College of Business, and College of Education), as well as School of Professional Psychology programs, register for classes online. Online registration is accessed through BoxerOnline.

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FOREST GROVE UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Advising and registration dates for 2014 Summer and Fall terms for continuing students are:

Grouping Advising Registration *
83.00+ completed credits October 20 - 24 October 27 - 31
47.00 - 82.99 completed credits October 27 - 31 November 3 - 7
8.00 - 46.99 completed credits November 3 - 7 November 10 - 14
0.00 - 7.99 completed credits November 10 - 14 November 17 - 21

*Students are assigned a specific day during this week and self-register through BoxerOnline.

Course listings and availability for Winter and Spring 2015 are accessed through BoxerOnline.

Waitlist Policy

  • Students cannot register for one section of a course and waitlist for another section of the same course
  • Students cannot waitlist or register for two sections of the same course

Time Conflict Policy

  • If you wish to register for courses that overlap, even for 5 minutes, you no longer can use BoxerOnline to register for both courses.
  • To register for overlapping courses you must fill out an Add/Drop form, obtain the signatures of both instructors on the form, and submit it to the Registrar’s Office within the appropriate period for registering.
  • If you are concerned that one of the courses will fill rapidly, you may register for it through BoxerOnline. Include both courses and signatures on the Add/Drop form, but indicate which course you already have registered for.

PLEASE NOTE

A course is listed with an instructor of STAFF when the instructor has not yet been assigned. In these cases, the department chair/supervisor is listed as the second instructor, so that someone is available to give instructor consent, and/or override prerequisites and co-requisites, if needed. This does not mean that the department chair/supervisor will teach the course.