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Note: Students in one of the Off-Campus Education Cohort programs will be registered automatically based on their Cohort Registration Form.
To enroll in a USJ graduate program, you must complete and submit the following documents to the Office of Graduate Admissions before your initial registration will be approved:
All graduate students who have never registered for coursework at USJ must register for coursework on paper the first time. Graduate students should complete the following steps to have their paper registration processed:
Once initial registration has been processed, an email detailing how you can obtain access to your student email, MyUSJ or Blackboard will be sent to your personal email account.
Non-matriculated students and non-degree seeking students must continue to register for classes on paper each semester. Follow the steps provided in the section above to register.
Note: Non-matriculated students may only register for six credits before they must formally matriculate into a program.
Matriculated students who have already completed coursework at USJ have the option of the registering for coursework online or on paper. To register for coursework online, access the Add-Drop Courses - Course Search option from the left toolbar of the "Student" tab on MyUSJ to complete your registration. To continue registering for coursework on paper, follow the steps provided above.
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