There are several steps in the School of Law's registration process and a variety of policies to keep in mind as you complete the registration process. We have outlined the following information for you to use as a guide to registration, but you are always free to contact us if you have questions.
Spring Registration Information
- Spring 2014 Course list
- Spring 2014 Registration Instruction (PDF)
- Spring 2014 Curriculum Counseling for upper-level students (PDF)
- Spring 2014 Curriculum Counseling for Summer 2013 Starters (PDF)
- 2014-2015 Tentative Course Offerings (PDF)
Spring 2014 Special Course Offerings
- Capstone: Business Reorganization
- Capstone: Criminal Advocacy
Please Note: Students in the Criminal Advocacy capstone may be working with local public defenders. Therefore, to avoid any conflicts of interest, students who are currently (or at the time of the class) working in the prosecutor's office may not take this class. Please check with Adjunct Professor Ira Mickenberg if you have any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Law Clinic - IP
- Disability Rights Law
- Social Media Law
- The Jury
Fall and Summer Registration Information
- Fall 2014 and Summer 2014 Registration Dates and Information (PDF)
- Fall 2014 Curriculum Counseling for 2016 Grads (PDF)
- Fall 2014 Curriculum Counseling for 2015 Grads (PDF)
- Fall 2014 Course List (PDF)
- Fall 2014 Course Grid (PDF)
- Fall 2014 Booklist and Bookstore Information (PDF)
- Summer 2014 Course List (PDF)
- Summer 2014 Course Grid (PDF)
- Summer 2014 Booklist and Bookstore Information (PDF)
- Spring 2015 Tentative Course Offerings (PDF)
Fall 2014 Notes on Course Offerings
- Creditors' Rights: will focus on the basic principles of federal bankruptcy law and practice. The rights, duties, and remedies of both debtor and creditor will be examined from textual, policy and practical perspectives. Although not a prerequisite, students who have already taken UCC:Secured Transactions will especially benefit from the course.
Summer 2014 New Offerings
Credit hour requirement: All students must earn at least 90 semester credit hours of law school work. Credit for at least 70 semester hours must be earned in courses with regularly scheduled class sessions.
Full-time law study: All students must spend at least five semesters in residence enrolled in not less than 12 semester credit hours and not more than 18 semester credit hours in any semester.Top
Right to cancel: The School of Law reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any course for lack of student interest or suitable instructor.
Class size limitations: Many courses have maximum size limitation. Registration for these courses will be on a first-to-register basis.
Closed courses and wait lists: Waiting lists will be taken at the time of registration for closed courses. If a student’s name is placed on a waiting list for a closed course, he or she should be aware of any special registration requirements and must be qualified to add the course should an opening occur. Students on wait lists will be contacted as seats become available.
Multiple sections: In courses of multiple sections, School of Law policy prohibits registration of more than 60 percent of the total enrollment in any one section. When necessary to comply with this policy, reassignments will be made upon the basis of the inverse order of registration.Top
Dropping and Adding Courses
Courses may be added after initial registration, up to the first day of the semester.
Dropping or adding a course may be done in Porches until the start of the semester. Once the semester starts, upper-level students must submit a drop/add form or email the Registrar's office. Drops and adds will not be processed until the form has been received by the registrar. Students are responsible for any consequences that may result from not submitting the appropriate form in a timely manner. This does not apply to first-year students since the registrar schedules their required classes.
Students may drop a class before the first day of the semester without any penalty. See the cancellations and refunds schedule below. Drops without record may occur until the end of the fourth week of classes. The last day to drop a class with record (a “W” will be the assigned grade for the course) is the end of the seventh week of classes.
Students will not be permitted to drop or change credit/audit status of a course after any assignment figured in the final grade of the course has been submitted.
Forms are available in the Administrative Office, 203 Keller Hall.Top
Cancellations and Refunds
Students who are dismissed for academic reasons will be entitled to a full refund of any tuition paid for the upcoming semester. Students who withdraw, drop a course(s) or go on a leave of absence for other reasons will be entitled to a refund on a sliding scale based on the date of withdrawal. University and SBA fees are non-refundable in any situation.
The refund schedule for tuition is as follows:
If the student withdraws
Percent of refund
During the first week of classes
During the second week of classes
During the third week of classes
During the fourth week of classes
During the fifth week of classes, or later
Check-out procedures must be followed to officially discontinue University of Dayton housing and food service, if applicable. Should you elect to leave the university for any reason, you must return your mailbox and locker keys to the administrative office, room 203.Top
The date that the student provides written notice of the decision to withdraw or drop a course(s) will determine the amount of the refund, regardless of whether or not the student discontinued class attendance at an earlier date.