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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:
Once you have been admitted into a graduate program, an email with your log in credentials and instructions on how to obtain access to your student email, MyUSJ and Blackboard will be sent to your personal email account right before registration opens for your selected year and term.
All matriculated graduate students who have never registered for coursework at USJ must register online (with the exception of USJ Undergraduates who do not have a degree conferred). Graduate students should complete the following steps to register:
Non-matriculated students and non-degree seeking students must continue to register for classes on paper each semester.
Please contact the Registrar at 860.231.5225 or email@example.com for more information on registering on paper.
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 can continue to register for coursework online using the above instructions.
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