Matt Stillman, University Registrar
SOU students may register via MySOU at my.sou.edu .
Information about dates for priority preregistration, open registration and schedule adjustment, late registration, advising services, adding/dropping, and course offerings is available online.
Change of Registration
Students Changing Registration
Students may continue to register and add classes to their schedule through the first week of the term. After the first week of the term, students cannot add classes via SISWeb. To register late, students will need to submit an add form to Enrollment Services with the appropriate signature(s). See the Late Add Fee policy under the Tuition and Fees section for details regarding timing, required signatures, and fees.
Students may drop classes via SISWeb through the fourth week of the term. From the fifth week of the quarter through the Friday of the 9th week of the term, students may withdraw from one or more classes. Students withdrawing after the end of the fourth week and through Monday of the last week of classes receive a WD (Withdrawn) in each of their withdrawn courses.
Instructors Changing Registration
Instructors may cancel the course registration of a student when there is justification, provided the instructor’s department chair or school dean concurs. This includes the right of an instructor to cancel the course registration of a student for disciplinary reasons at any time, again with the concurrence of the instructor’s department chair or school dean.
Priority Registration Policy
Accelerated Baccalaureate students, currently eligible students with an accommodation approved through the Disability Resources office as necessary to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Study Abroad and National Student Exchange students, ROTC students, and veterans certified for educational benefits are eligible to register the first day of registration for a given term. NAIA-eligible student athletes, dual-enrolled OHSU students, and Honors College students are eligible to register one week thereafter, unless they are otherwise eligible for earlier registration. Individual programs are responsible for maintenance/coding of associated student records. No other student populations are eligible for priority registration. This policy applies to continuing students only (new and non-admitted students are not eligible for priority registration). Temporary exceptions to this policy may be granted by the Enrollment Council.
Withdrawal from the University
Students in good standing are entitled to honorable dismissal at any time through Monday of the last week of classes. Students withdrawing after the end of the fourth week and through Monday of the last week of classes receive a WD (Withdrawn) in each of their withdrawn courses. Students who want to completely withdraw may do so in person or via SISWeb. The effective date of withdrawal is the date the withdrawal form is submitted to Enrollment Services. Refunds are prorated accordingly.