Summer Registration Begins

Monday, March 9, 2015

Registration times are assigned to each class code in order of completed hours from most
to least. Go to Patriot Web to verify your registration time and to make sure you have a record free of holds that prevent registration.

Priority Dates Class Code
March  9 Graduate Students and Seniors
March 10 Juniors
March 11 Sophomores
March 12 Freshmen
March 23 All Nondegree and New Students

Note:  The summer term is comprised of three standard sessions offered in abbreviated formats, so the course work is more intensive. It is strongly recommended students use the following maximum credit load guidelines when registering:

Class Code Recommended Hours
Undergraduates 14 credit hours
Graduate Students 10 credit hours
Non-Degree Students 10 credit hours

Students should not register for more than 7 credit hours in any one session and no more than 10 in overlapping sessions. Undergraduate students eligible to register with cumulative grade point averages below 2.0 will be automatically limited to 13 credit hours.


Spring Selective Withdrawal Period

Mon, February 23 – Fri, March 27, 2015

Undergraduate Degree-Seeking students may request a maximum of three selective withdrawals during their entire undergraduate career. Student requests for selective withdrawal must be requested during the selective withdrawal period posted in the Academic Calendar for each semester for full-semester courses. Courses meeting less than the full semester will have selective withdrawal periods proportional to their length, and those dates will be posted on the Registrar’s Office website. Selective withdrawals, once requested by the student, and processed by the Office of the Registrar, are final and will not be removed at a later time, so please consider your decision thoroughly. A Selective Withdrawal will not be processed for a course in which the student has an Honor Code charge.


Transfer Students: Next Step, Get that J-O-B!

Monday, February 23rd @ 6:00 PM – 7:15 PM

University Career Services SUB I, Room 3400

You’ve successfully transferred to Mason… now what? The “real world” is waiting for you just around the corner. Develop your plan to meet it head-on with a polished resume, industry resources, and identifying potential connections. Meet with staff from Career Services and the Center for Academic Advising Retention and Transitions in an engaging session to identify your next steps in landing that J-O-B!

Next Step Get That Job Flyer Spring 2015 (2)