Instructions for Web Registration
Students use the University of Denver's on-line registration system, to register for a class
If you experience problems during this process, please call an Adviser at 303.871.6430 or 303.871.6032.
For information concerning registration dates and deadlines, please reference the appropriate Class Schedule.
The DU Bursar's Office will generate and mail a bill to you after you register for your courses. You may pay your tuition and fees in one of two ways:
Holds Preventing Registration
Students who are on academic probation must meet with an academic adviser in person to complete an Educational Action Plan before they can register. Students should contact a Women's College Adviser at 303.871.6540 or 303.871.6032 for information about academic holds.
Students with financial holds are not permitted to register for classes. They must work with the Bursar's Office at 303.871.4944 to remove or override the holds before they can register. If a student has problems removing a hold, she may seek the assistance of an adviser at 303.871.6115.
Incomplete File Holds
Students with incomplete files must submit missing information before a registration hold is removed.
Students may register for classes until the date the course begins. Permission to enter a class after it has begun is rarely granted.
Students are responsible for completing course prerequisites before registering for a class. While waivers may be granted at the instructor's discretion, students may be removed from a course for which they have not fulfilled the prerequisite course work nor obtained the instructor's approval. The scheduled refund deadlines apply if instructors determine students must be removed from classes.
The DU registration system permits students to be placed on a wait list for closed classes. The Enrollment Adviser monitors the course sections and notifies students if a space becomes available. Students must exercise their option to enroll in the wait listed course within 24 hours or the space will be offered to the next student on the wait list.
Withdrawal from Classes
Please see Colorado Women’s College Withdrawal Policy.
Reminder: you have financial responsibility for courses in which you register. Failure to attend a class or pay tuition does not constitute an official drop or cancellation of tuition or associated fees. A student must officially drop a course or an "F" grade will be assigned. Withdrawal after a grade of "F" has been assigned is not an option. Tuition must be paid if a class has not been officially dropped.
Students are encouraged to let their instructors know if they withdraw from a class; however, contacting the instructor does not constitute official withdrawal from the course.
On rare occasions Colorado Women's College finds it necessary to cancel a class before the quarter begins. When a class is canceled, the College notifies all students and assists them in registering for another class. For this reason, we recommend that students keep their contact information current, sign up for the e-mail list, and check their DU e-mail frequently.