2 Convent Rd.
Santa Rita Hall, 2nd Floor
Morristown, NJ 07960-6989
Phone: (973) 290-4441
Fax: (973) 290-4499
During Fall and Spring when classes are in session:
M - Fr (during fall and spring) 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
What we do:
The Registrar's Office provides many services to students, faculty, staff, and visitors, some of which include: academic record maintenance, registration, course scheduling, transcript processing, grade collection and recalculation, graduation evaluation, name, address, and residency status changes, enrollment verification and diploma distribution.
Office Hours during the Academic Term
Monday - Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm - during the Summer months
Monday - Friday 8:30am -4:30pm during the Fall and Spring semesters
Santa Rita Hall, 2nd Floor
The Summer 2013 and Fall 2013 schedule is posted on Self Service. Spring 2014 will be posted as we receive them, however, you will not be allowed to register for SP14, you will be able to see what is being offered so you can plan accordingly.
If you are confused about any aspect of registration, seek out the Student Support Specialist in your Area and they will assist you and alleviate your confusion.
Culture and Humanities – Fran Sonneborn, x4352, Santa Maria Hall, Rm. 43A
Health and Wellness – Fran Sonneborn, x4352, Henderson Hall, Rm. 11
Human and Social Development – Debbie Brown, x4287, Santa Maria Hall, Rm.13B
Science and Math – Fran Sonneborn, x4352, Santa Maria Hall, Rm. 43A
ATTENTION: Any student who has a Stop on their account for unpaid balances will not be permitted to register. If you see a Stop on your record for unpaid balances please meet with the Financial Aid Office (973-290-4445) and/or Business Office (973-290-4443 or 973-290-4412) to see what can be done to ensure that you can register.
Hybrid Courses – Some departments are offering courses in a hybrid format meaning a class can meet on campus and online. Schedule days might look like this SOC371 Tuesday’s, 8:00am-9:40am, Online. Click the course description to see if a course is being offered in this format and for more information about specific dates it might meet on campus.
A Great Opportunity - As a member of the Online Consortium of Independent Colleges and Universities (OCICU), CSE students have the opportunity to register for online courses that are given by various regionally accredited colleges/universities who are members of the OCICU. These courses will be counted into the student's academic course load for that semester. An undergraduate student taking 9 CSE credits and 3 credits through the OCICU will be considered full time. When the course is complete a letter grade will be awarded and the grade will be entered on the CSE transcript and calculated into the student's GPA (grade point average). Visit the Registrar’s Web Page for more information regarding the OCICU and how to register for OCICU courses.
Visit the Registrar’s web page or directions on how to navigate Self Service, registration policies and procedures and a list of frequently asked questions pertaining to Self Service.
Waitlist Information - The waitlist will be in class order which means Seniors will have priority, then Juniors, then Sophomores, then Freshmen. If you are on a waitlist for a class and a seat becomes available, you will receive an e-mail letting you know that a seat is available and that you have 5 days to add yourself into the class. If you miss the deadline for that available seat, the computer will automatically make that seat available for the next person on the waitlist. You must check your CSE e-mail account frequently!
Feel free to stop by the Registrar’s Office or contact us if you need more assistance. We would be happy to help you learn Self Service and answer any questions you have.
If you have difficulty logging in or adding classes don't hesitate to call us at 973-290-4441 and we will be happy to help you!
Meet the Staff:
Laura Lee Bowens, Registrar
Christina Kennedy, Associate Registrar
Jessica Drukker, Assistant to the Registrar