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This guide is not all-inclusive, please note that you still need to know the information included in your Program Specific Handbook.
After classes start for the particular semester, students no longer have the ability to make any registration changes in GENISYS. You will have to notify the staff member responsible for your specified program:
Beth Chute: email@example.com
Counseling/M.A., HSC, & Ph.D.:
Ann Marie Hohman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you need to have registration changes made after classes start, email the appropriate person above AND include the following:
- your full name
- student ID (Your 9-digit GENISYS log-in, NOT your Social Security #)
- the CRN number of the course
- course number
Two weeks after the first day of the semester is the end of the Add/Drop Period-100 percent Refund Period. At this time schools no longer have the ability to make any registration changes, the Registrar must add/drop students. Student must fill out an add/drop form by downloading it from the Registrar's website at this link: http://www.regent.edu/admin/registrar/forms/add_dropRev0605.pdf
Please be aware that as of the end of the University approved Add/Drop period, you must pre-pay for any classes that you are adding. Even if you have authorization from your school's dean to add a class, you cannot be registered for it until you have paid the tuition & any fees in the Business Office. Any questions regarding payment should be addressed to the Business Office. You may call the Business Office toll-free at 877-850-8434, or use the on-line payment form on GENISYS. Once you have done this, please notify the Registrar, and she will process your approved requests.
Regent University Course schedules are also on GENISYS, arranged alphabetically by program, you may have to scroll down quite a bit.
Genisys Course Schedules
The University Catalog can also be found online. Search by program, professor and time.
Genisys Course Descriptions
Download and read the current Dissertation Handbook from the Psy.D. or Ph.D. program found under forms and downloads. It is the student's responsibility to download and print the Dissertation Oral Defense Competency Review.
Dissertation Info from the Library:
The Library's role in the processing of students dissertations is to facilitate a binding service, collect and distribute bound copies for various offices on campus, and send the manuscript to UMI for listing and copyright registration. The Dissertation and Thesis Processing Information sheet provides a guideline for processing and the Dissertation/Thesis/Portfolio Charge sheet lists the pricing information. Students should contact the Circulation Desk (352.4150) with questions pertaining to Dissertation.
Sandra Yaegle, our school librarian, can be reached at email@example.com or 352.4165.
GRADUATION/DEGREE CLEARANCE CHECKLIST
- Graduation Application
- ADP (Approved Degree Program) Form
- CPCE Exit Exam (not every student must take this)
- Library Course
- Transfer of Credit Form (if applicable)
- Academic Petition to Update ADP Form (if applicable)
- Completion Within Five Years for MA programs and 7 years for doctorate programs
- GPA (minimum of 3.0)
Graduation Information from the Registrar
Please note the deadline for the graduation application for each semester:
- Fall graduation - September 15
- Spring/Summer graduation - December 1
On a periodic basis Ann Marie Hohman will send out emails to all SPC Students. These emails are important information from professors, the dean, COGS, staff, etc. Beth Chute also emails the Psychology/Psy.D. students important program information when necessary. Please read these emails, so that you will be an informed student.
Please ensure that you are using only your Regent University generated email for all university business. Your Regent email address needs to be correct in Genisys. You have the option of forwarding your Regent email to another address for convenience, but the university will only send information to your Regent email address. You will need to login to Genisys and go to your Preferences under Tools to check your personal settings. This information must always be up-to-date to ensure you receive all important correspondence.
If you have problems with GENISYS, Blackboard, or online surveys contact Information Technology at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757.352.4076.
Pay Fees Online
- Application Fee
- Enrollment Deposit
- Transcript Fee
- Parking Fine
- Library Fine
- Lost Key Fine
Purchase Printer Credit or Copy Card
Purchase printer credit for Regent University's UniPrint printing system for campus computers. https://www.regent.edu/payments/printing_credit/printing_credit_payment_form.cfm
In order to use the copy machines on campus students may purchase a copy card from Copy Services located in the University Library.