Registration: Master’s & Doctoral Programs
When to Register
Continuing degree and certificate students register on the web during the last month of each semester for the following semester (e.g., students register for the Fall during the Summer). Check the academic calendar for specific dates and deadlines. Course Selection Instructions, Course Listings, and Course Descriptions are available on the Registrar’s Office web site at least two weeks before online registration opens.
Students are expected to be enrolled full-time, following the course curriculum outline for their program. Once the registration has been submitted in myAntioch, the student should proceed to the “Pay On My Account” section and make the necessary payment. If a student is a financial aid recipient, payment should be made for any balance not covered by the NET aid award. The Student Accounts Office is available for assistance on this.
If payment of an outstanding balance is not completed by the Registration Deadline as noted in the Academic Calendar, the student will be administratively withdrawn from the semester. Seats in all classes will be forfeited. At that time, the student will be placed on financial hold and will need to contact the Student Accounts Office to make payment arrangements, including payment of Late Fees. Once payment arrangements are completed, access to registration will be provided and the student will re-submit their registration. There is no guarantee that seats for all courses will be available for re-submitted registrations.
Students who do not register or submit a Change of Status Form by the registration deadline will automatically be placed on interim status and charged accordingly. Continuing students will be allowed to register late through the end of the drop/add period, and will be charged a late registration fee (and late payment fee if applicable).
New Students register on the web and pay during the month before their first semester begins and attend an in-person orientation prior to the beginning of classes (See Academic Calendar).
Information will be sent to incoming students on accessing course selection instructions, course listings, and the AUNE Web Registration Guide.
How to Register
Instructions for accessing and completing online registrations can be found on the Registrar’s Office web pages at http://www.antiochne.edu/registrar/registration
Registering for courses obligates the student for payment of applicable tuition, fees, and other charges on a student’s account. Current students must have a zero balance. Failure to attend courses does not constitute withdrawal from Antioch or exemption from tuition payment.
The student is considered to be enrolled for the semester as of the first day of the semester (as defined in the academic calendar.) This date is separate from the first class meeting.
Please Note: If you are not officially registered and on class lists, you may not attend classes or continue with internships or practica. No academic credit may be earned in a semester in which a student is not officially registered or on interim or leave of absence.
Be sure to register online for all courses for both credit and non-credit, and internship or practicum. Students must notify the Registrar’s Office about audit requests since MyAntioch has no option for “Audits.”
You will be registered for a Supervised Independent Study (SIS) if the Registrar’s Office receives your faculty approved contract by the required deadlines (see section on SIS.)
Class Cancellation: Classes with fewer than ten students will be subject to cancellation at the discretion of department chairpersons. Students affected will be notified.