Additional Registration Instructions
Please review these additional instructions to aid you with registration in the following programs. When ready, follow the steps to register online in TreeHouse Self-Service.
No registrations will be taken over the telephone.
Your account must be clear with the business office for registration to be processed. It is your responsibility to check with the Business Office.
Any questions, email email@example.com or call ext. 3025.
Payment of Tuition and Fees
If you will be paying your tuition by check you may include your payment with your mail in registration. Make your check payable to “Drew University”. Tuition and Fee information is available on the Business Office website.
Changes in Registration
If you find that you need to make changes in your registration after classes begin, you may do so during the first week of classes. During the second week of classes, you may enter a new course only with the approval of the course instructor. Check the academic calendar for deadlines for changes in registration.
To be eligible for assistance you must enroll for 6 or more credit hours. Contact the Office of Financial Assistance at (973) 408-3112 for more information.
It is required that all students in the Arts and Letters/Medical Humanities program maintain continuous enrollment in each semester until graduation. For any semester you are not registered for classes, it is a requirement that you either take an official leave of absence or register for Continuous Registration status. The fee for this status is $300.00. For more information concerning leave of absences contact the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies at (973) 408-3285.
Students in the Arts and Letters and Medical Humanities programs may drop/add online without an adviser’s signature in TreeHouse Self-Service. As a result, after a request for drop/add is submitted in the online system, the transaction will be made official. All students should review their schedules after their schedule adjustment has been completed.
- The maximum registration load for the fall or spring semester is 9 credits.
- Please check with your advisor early to determine when he/she will be available for consultation.
Changes in Registration
Classes for the Fall term begin on Tuesday, September 2, 2014. If you find that you need to make changes in your registration after classes begin, you may do so during the first week of classes. During the second week of classes, you may enter a new course only with the approval of the course instructor. You may not enter any new course after Monday, September 15, 2014. The last day to drop a class with the grade of “W” is Friday, November 7, 2014.
Special Note Regarding Registration for Students not in Course Work
Caspersen School regulations require all degree seeking students to maintain continuous enrollment in their programs. As a result, once graduate students have completed course work they must be either be 1) registered for Continuous Registration, 2) registered for dissertation research, or 3) on an approved leave of absence. Students not on an approved leave of absence by the first day of classes will be automatically registered for the appropriate Continuous Registration course. The appropriate tuition charges will apply. Contact the Office of the Registrar at 973-408-3025 for additional information.
Registration for Maintaining Matriculation, Dissertation Research, & Tutorials
*The signature of your Academic Advisor is now required to register for Continuous Registration and Dissertation Research.*
To assist students in the registration process for Continuous Registration, we have made the following changes to the process:
- A description of each maintaining matriculation status will appear on the course list. Students can use this information to assist them in the registration process.
- Additional statuses have been created to eliminate the need for students to repeat the same status multiple times.
- A website listing instructions on the registration for Continuous Registration statuses is available here.
The fee for this status is $750.00
Our office has also made a change to the course number for dissertation research and tutorials. All dissertation research courses have been changed for Ph.D students according to the following: Old designation, ENGLG 999 , etc. These designations belonging to all MA/PhD departments are now DISG 998 and DISG 999. (All MA, PhD students* have to complete two course sections for dissertation research). *Students in Modern History and Literature complete only one section of dissertation research, (DISG 998).
|Area Conveners for Fall 2014|
|English Literature||Bill Rogers|
|History and Culture||Wyatt Evans|
|Modern History and Literature Program||Wyatt Evans|
|Education Graduate||Stephanie McGowan|
|Arts & Letters||Robert Ready|
|Medical Humanities||Phil Scibilia|
All tutorials (courses 900-901) must have graduate faculty approval. Petition to take a tutorial must be submitted to the graduate office. Tutorials are considered the equivalent of seminars. In the English area only one tutorial per semester may be counted toward residence credit by a full-time student. Only one tutorial per year may be so counted by a half-time student. The registration form should carry the title of the tutorial and the name of the instructor.
Special note for students registering for tutorials. The registration course section for tutorials has been changed to TUTG 900.
All graduate students in residence are expected to participate in the Graduate School Colloquium and in area colloquia where offered.
You can add/drop courses online in Treehouse. Learn more about Add/Drop.
The exciting focus of this program is to train teachers who can prepare students for the challenges of the Global Age. Coursework stresses the development of 21st Century Skills: sophisticated critical thinking and analytical skills, the transferability of knowledge and skills, a deeper understanding of other cultures, and the knowledge of global trends within students’ own subject areas.
|Area Convenor||Stephanie McGowan|
Additional Information Regarding the Registration Process
Information for students not registered for Course Work
Caspersen School regulations require all degree seeking students to maintain continuous enrollment in their programs. As a result, all students in the Master in Arts and Teaching program should be either, 1) registered for course work, or 2) be on an approved leave of absence. Students not registered for course work by the first day of classes may be automatically placed on a leave of absence. Contact the Office of the Registrar at 973-408-3025 for additional information.
|Area Convenor||Sean Nevin|
Please review the courses required for the Poetry Track and register for the appropriate courses totaling 16 credits for the fall term.
Fax Your MFA Registration
You may also fax your registration to the Office of the Registrar at 973-408-3044, attention: Maribel Castellonese. (If you choose to fax, please use this printable registration form.)