All tuition and housing fees must be paid and Health Center clearance secured before students may attend classes. The dates of registration are listed in the Academic Calendar. Students must follow registration procedures as established by the Registrar. Students not officially registered by the add/drop date will not be allowed to remain in classes. Students with outstanding health requirements and/or account balances will not be allowed to register for a subsequent term at Marymount. Any course that does not have a sufficient number of students may be cancelled.
Registration Tutorial will walk you through how to register using your student portal.
Certain elements of the curriculum require courses to be taken in sequence. Courses taken out of sequence may be accepted as elective credit by Marymount but will not fulfill the General Education requirements toward the Associate or Bachelor degree. Final grades for prerequisite courses taken at other Colleges must be received prior to registration for the next course in a sequence.
Classes at Marymount have limited enrollment. Students who try to preregister for a class that has reached its limit will need to register for another section of the same course. If an enrolled student does not attend the first class meeting, the instructor may give that student’s place in class to a student who wishes to add the course. A student is not enrolled into a course until he/she brings an Add Form with an advisor’s signature to the Registrar’s Office before the deadline for adding courses.
Withdrawing from a Course
After the add/drop deadline, a student may withdraw from a course until the established deadline to withdraw, published in the Catalog. A course from which a student has withdrawn will remain on the transcript with a grade of “W.” A grade of “W” does not affect the student’s GPA.
Total Unit Limitation
Marymount places no limit on the total number of units a student may accumulate while enrolled. However, most four-year colleges/universities limit the number of units a student may transfer from a two-year college. Therefore, each student is responsible to work closely with his/her academic advisor to establish and complete a program of study at Marymount that will enable the student to accumulate an optimal number of units relative to degree and/or transfer goals.