The Department of Enrollment is located at the ground floor of the Main Building and consists of the Office of the Registrar, the Student Advising Center, the Student Relationship Center and the Financial Aid Office.
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for:
- Courses Scheduling
- Examination Scheduling
- Registration procedures
- Academic Record Maintenance
- Grade Reports & Transcripts processing
- Graduation audits
- Students’ verifications
- Immigration procedures
- Academic reporting
- Refund eligibility
- Degree Conferral
The Student Advising Center is responsible for:
- Student Services
- Government Grants
- Dealing with educational, social and other students’ issues
The Student Relationship Center is responsible for:
The Financial Aid Office is responsible for:
- Scholarship / Financial Aid Eligibility
- Applications for Government Grants / Government Subsidy
Registration for any semester is contingent upon being eligible for registration. Thus, advance registration, including the payment of tuition and fees is considered to be invalid if students are later declared to be ineligible due to scholastic, financial or disciplinary reasons.
The Registration procedure is as follows:
- Registration for a semester is conducted under the Academic Calendar and Registration Program. Students are notified via SMS for the specific date and time that they must visit the Advising Center to register. Students who do not register according to the specified schedule will be charged with the late registration fee of €43.
- Students must meet with their Advisor and have their "Student Registration" form processed through the Advising Center.
- Enrollment changes to classes can only be made through the processing of an official "ADD/DROP" form. The "ADD/DROP" form must be signed by and submitted to the student's Advisor. Students may not drop a course merely by stopping attendance. The last day to Add or Drop a course is the last day of the second week of classes.
- Alternatively, students can withdraw from a course by filling and submitting to their Advisor a “Withdrawal” form. The last day to withdraw from a course is the last day of the 10th week of classes during Fall & Spring Semester and the 3rd week of classes during Summer Session. Students receive no credits for courses they choose to withdraw from. All withdrawals are subject to the tuition refund policy of the university. Students who do not file for withdrawal with the Office of the Registrar within the specified period will continue to be registered for the course(s) and if they have not completed the requirements of the course(s), will be assigned an "F" as a final grade.
- Students may take 15 to 18 semester hours of credit. To qualify for this a student must have either a 2.0 cumulative grade point average, or a 2.0 grade point average in the previous semester or Summer Session. A student with a G.P.A. of 3.0 or better on all work completed may be permitted to register for a maximum of 21 semester hours and may continue to do so as long as the 3.0 average is maintained.