If you have sent in your Intent to Register form, your next step is to think about registration.
Your department or program will be contacting you with details on what to register for and when, along with the name and contact information of your advisor. With fall admission programs, you may not hear from your program until late July. This is normal, and there is no need to be alarmed. If you have any concerns or questions, feel free to contact the Office of Research and Graduate Studies.
Summer Start Programs 2015
(Audio Arts, Collaborative Design)
Registration for new graduate students begins on Wednesday, March 18. You will hear directly from the program via email to let you know who your advisor will be and which classes you should register for prior to arriving on campus.
Summer session for our M.A. in audio arts begins on Monday, July 6, with a mandatory all-day orientation session through the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Summer classes begin on Tuesday, July 7, and end on Friday, August 14.
Summer bootcamp for our M.F.A. in collaborative design begins on Tuesday, July 21, with an orientation. Summer classes begin on Wednesday, July 22, and end on Friday, August 14.
Fall Start Programs 2015
(Art Photography, Art Video, Communication and Rhetorical Studies, Composition, Computer Art, Conducting, Film, Illustration, Museum Studies, Performance, Studio Arts, and Voice Pedagogy)
Registration for new graduate students begins on Monday, August 3. At that time, you will need to register for at least one three-credit course in order to be considered a matriculated student. The three-credit course you will register for is dependent on your program, and will be sent to you by email as we near August 3. The week before classes begin, you will meet with your adviser to select your other classes. Once classes begin, you will be able to adjust your schedule for two weeks. Classes begin on Monday, August 31.