Course Registration

All students must see an advisor to plan their course of study. Courses offered and open seats may be viewed in Online Student/Faculty Access. Prerequisites, as noted in the catalog, must be met, in order to register for a class. It is the student's responsibility to see that their program conforms to academic requirements of the college and meets degree requirements. Non-matriculated students may register according to specified dates listed in the Academic Calendar. New students and students with missing information will be requested to verify and update the Student Information Sheet with any changes, prior to registration.

Registration must be completed before admittance to a class. Students must resolve any restrictions or holds on their accounts before registration is allowed. The student is responsible to take care of all tuition and fees payable to Molloy College with the Office of the Bursar and apply for financial aid to the Office of Financial Aid by the appropriate deadlines. Students not paying their bills may be de-registered.

If you need to alter your schedule, you may do so online with your advisor or get an add/drop form at the Registrar’s Office. Closed classes require the signature of the department chairperson (or Associate Dean of the Division) and can only be recorded in the registrar's office. Students will be held responsible for all absences resulting from late registration.

Advising and registration take place before each semester begins, with late registration and the add/drop period ending during the early days of a term. You can always refer to the Online Student (Jenzabar) Access or the Academic Calendar for exact dates, deadlines, tuition and fees. The Office of Admissions gives new students (first-time-to-college and new, transfer students) a status sheet listing all courses needed for an intended degree. Accepted transfer courses are identified and applied towards the degree. The course offerings booklet has instructions for web advising/registration. Appointments for continuing students to be advised and registered are made based upon the student's classification and division for continuing students.

Physical presence in a class does not constitute registration. Students who have not registered officially will not receive any credit for the course work. All late registrations and changes in student course schedules are expected to be made before the end of the Change of Program period, as published in the Academic Calendar and Course Offering Booklet.

Courses published in the Course Offering Booklet may be cancelled for budgetary, curricular or enrollment reason. Revisions will be posted in the Online Student (Jenzabar) Access. Students will be notified and an effort will be made to adjust the student's schedule for cancelled courses.