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Registration

A universal registration process for all students has been implemented where a student must be prepared to pay tuition at the beginning of the term with one of the approved payment methods. These payment options include check, money order, credit cards, authorized financial aid, NSU payment plans,  and third party direct billing plans.

All holds must be cleared at the time of registration, and all registrations must be completed by the last date of the university's registration period. Late registration will not be accepted if due to a financial hold that was not cleared prior to the close of registration period.

Registration through SharkLink can now be completed for most programs. Contact your program office for details on Web registration dates. If your program does not permit registration through SharkLink, complete a Student Transaction Form (STF) either online or as a PDF. If you choose to complete the PDF form, bring it to your program office or fax it to them. You may  find their fax numbers on their individual program websites. All students are also required to complete a Student Enrollment Agreement (SEA) Form each semester as part of their registration process. For more information on the SEA, view a copy of the SEA or see our FAQs.

Students must be officially registered prior to the start date of course(s) in order to participate in and receive academic credit for those courses. It is the student's responsibility to review their registration and academic records each semester for accuracy and to promptly notify their program office/advisor of any discrepancies. Students have no more than 20 days from the end of a semester to resolve any discrepancies. After that, a student's academic record for the semester is sealed.

A student will only be permitted to petition and receive consideration for a retroactive drop, withdrawal, or refund for a course no more than 20 days after the end of the semester or term if he or she has extenuating circumstances and provides appropriate documentation (e.g., medical records, death in family, etc.).

ROSTER RECONCILIATION

University policy requires that each faculty member reconciles and validates the accuracy of his or her class roster during the second week of the semester/term as determined by the approved Nova Southeastern University academic calendar. Any student deemed as a non-attendee will be "drop-deleted" (DD'd) from the class roster by the Office of the University Registrar.

Students who believe they were reported in error as non-attendees must communicate with the instructor who is the only one able to correct the record. Faculty members must email rostrec@nova.edu to request a student be left on the class roster who was originally reported as not in attendance.

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