1. Please use the website to register for Summer Session 2012 courses. However, please read all of the information in this and the other documents in the registration packet before proceeding with registration. Please read with particular care the documents entitled "Payment of Tuition and Fees" and "Changes of Program, Withdrawals, and Refunds.") When you are prepared to register, select the Register for Courses link below and follow the screen instructions.
2. The deadline for adding Summer Session courses via the website or RTTRS systems is 4:00 p.m. Friday, April 20, 2012. The deadline for registering and paying the tuition bill without a $50 late fee is also Friday, April 20, 2012.
You may use the website to drop courses with a 100% refund of tuition:
Last Day to Drop Courses via Web Registration with a 100% Refund of Tuition:
- Intensive Session A:
- Regular Summer Session:
- Intensive Session B:
- Friday, May 4 (4pm)
- Wednesday, May 23 (4pm)
- Wednesday, July 18 (4pm)
After Summer Session commences on Tuesday, May 29, you will receive only a 50% refund of tuition for any course you drop. The last day to drop courses with a 50% refund of tuition is 4:00 p.m. Monday, June 4. For any course dropped thereafter, you will receive no tuition refund.
3. In Summer Session 2012, many courses have limited enrollment and may require lotteries. Students will be able to register for these courses through Friday, April 20, 2012. During this period, there will be no caps on enrollment. Please remember, however, that the act of registration does not guarantee you a seat in a limited-enrollment course. Instead, during the week following we will post on the website seat assignments for any limited-enrollment course in which demand exceeded the cap. Spaces will be filled according to a procedure which gives highest priority to senior students. Where appropriate, waiting lists will be established and students will be required to attend the first class meeting of the limited-enrollment course to learn if they are eligible to advance to any vacancies which may occur.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Students who do not receive a guaranteed seat are strongly urged to drop the limited-enrollment course via the website absolutely no later than the day after the first day the class meets. If you are given approval by the instructor to take a guaranteed seat, the course can remain on your schedule. If you fail to drop the course and do not receive a guaranteed seat, you may lose 50% of the tuition for the course.
Additionally, the courses Child and Family Advocacy Clinic; Civil Practice Clinic; Critical Legal Analysis; Directed Research; Domestic Violence Clinic, Judicial Externship; Mediation Clinic and Practice Externship all require the permission of the individual instructor to register. For directed research, please fill out the directed research form which can be downloaded from the Academic Advice Page of the Law School Website, at the Student Login.
4. Rutgers School of Law-Camden academic regulations require that students working more than 15 hours per week take no more than 5 credit hours at one time in summer session. Accordingly, if you register for more than 5 credit hours at one time, you must complete the online Employment Certification stating under penalty of perjury that you will not be employed more than 15 hours per week during the summer session. After closing this page, click on the Employment Certification link and follow the instructions. The deadline for completing the online form is Friday, May 5, 2012 for intensive Session A and Friday May 25 for other sessions.
5. After you use the website to select Summer Session 2012 courses, Rutgers University will inform you by email (your email address as listed on the University's Student Records Database, which you are responsible for keeping current) that your term bill is available on line and is due and payable. All students must return the summer term bill with payment by the deadline specified on the bill. If you have not paid your term bill by the first day of classes, the University will deregister you automatically.