The registration period for each term begins with the start of online registration and concludes with the last day of free add and drop.
While didactic registration occurs online, registration for clinical rotations beyond the level of observation are handled through in-office registration. All registration dates are published in the Academic Calendar.
Registration for newly-admitted students occurs through a one-on-one appointment with an academic advisor and is coordinated through the admissions office. Consequently, please be aware that the below dates do not reflect registration dates for new students.
- Upcoming registration dates
Summer 15 Online Registration
Monday, May 18: Fourth year* students may begin to register, 146.01 to 200+ credits
Wednesday, May 20: Third year* students may begin to register, 107.6 to 146 credits
Friday, May 22: Second year* students may begin to register, 52.9 to 107.5 credits
Monday, May 25: First year* students may begin to register, 0 to 52.8 credits
Wednesday, May 27: Non-Degree Seeking students may begin to register
Summer 15 In-Office Clinical Registration
Monday, June 1 and Tuesday, June 2
*College level is defined by total credits completed; this information may be found on your degree audit. Once registration opens for your class at 7am on the above date, it remains open through the end of free add/drop during which you may add/drop courses via the student portal.
- Registration Prep for MAcOM Program
Every student receives a registration packet via their email on record. This email includes dates and deadlines for the upcoming term as well as lists the student’s assigned clincal registration time based on total accumulated credits earned. If you do not receive an email, please contact the registrar.
Planning Your Term
Each student should review the schedules and academic calendar when planning which courses, clinics, and other program requirements they should be completing each term. Students should also be aware of prerequisites and co-requisites when planning their courses. This may be done by reviewing the course structure in the Program Catalog.
Each student should meet with an academic advisor. These meetings offer the opportunity to plan coursework for the upcoming term and provide an opportunity to obtain clarification of degree requirements. Advising appointments are scheduled through the clinic reception staff.
It is recommended that all students periodically run a degree audit of their work to date to ensure they are on track and to check that all information on their record correctly reflects their academic progress. A good time to complete this is prior to registration each term. Term-by-term requirements are built to include all courses, clinics, and additional requirements such as benchmark exams.
Upon running your degree audit, if you find that something appears amiss, please contact the registrar so that she can investigate on your behalf and rectify any issues prior to registration sessions.
Courses may be audited only after a student has successfully completed the course at AOMA or if a student is required to audit due to receiving transfer credit for a course. Students who wish to complete an audit that is not required due to transfer may register to audit during their registration time. This initial registration is made with the understanding that students needing the course to fulfill a program requirement have priority; i. e. a student may be dropped from an audit if there is not space.
Holds may be placed on a student’s account due to financial or academic issues. These holds may prevent registration and can be viewed on the student portal. All holds must be reconciled prior to registration. For questions about financial holds, please contact Shavana Walters and for academic concerns, please contact Kristen Borthwick.
- Registration Day
Wait lists are created by CAMS during online registration and managed by the registrar.
Clinical registration by proxy
If a student is unable to register in person for clinical rotations, they may designate a proxy to register for them. The role of proxy may be filled by another student. However, the designated proxy must register at the time assigned to the student. Students registered via proxy will follow the same procedures as those in place during in-office registration; i.e. no changes will be made to one’s wait lists or registration until the start of the free add/drop period. It is strongly advised to seek a proxy rather than wait to register at a time later than that assigned.
An individual may register any time after the start of the registration period for each term through the first week of the term commencing.
- Post Registration
Add/Drop - Clinic and Didactic Registration
Beginning the Wednesday of registration week and continuing for two weeks following registration, students may add and drop clinical internship rotations without penalty with the registrar.
Summer 2015 free add/drop period: Wednesday, June 3 - Friday, June 19 (4pm)
During this free add/drop period, no fee is charged for changes made to a student’s schedule. Students may add and drop courses during this period via their portal registration. Changes made after this period are subject to fees as outlined in the Student Manual. All changes during the free period are processed directly through the registrar, while changes made after the free period must go through the finance office.
Payment is due by the end of the first week of the term. For questions, please contact the Finance Office.
If after registration, a student needs to withdraw from the upcoming term, the Withdrawal Authorization must be completed prior to being dropped from all registered coursework.
Please contact the registrar at (512) 492-3011 or email@example.com with any questions regarding the above information.