Get registered and ready.
Here's what you need to know to prepare yourself for the upcoming semester.
Before registering for classes, you’ll need to meet with your faculty advisor, who will be assigned to you by the Office of the Registrar. Your faculty advisor will help you choose appropriate classes for your curriculum.
All new students register during the orientation period in August. (Returning students register for Fall semester the previous Spring.) Students will receive an appointment to meet with their faculty advisor. Registration appointments are assigned by class level.
Winter Term Registration
All students register for classes during the period listed in the Academic Calendar. Students must receive approval on their proposed Winter Term project from their private teachers.
Returning students register for classes during the period listed in the Academic Calendar. All students meet with their faculty advisors before registering. Students who are new for the Spring must register on the registration day also listed in the Academic Calendar.
Any students registering after the listed registration days will be subjected to a $250 late fee.
Changes to Your Schedule
Students are allowed to add and drop courses according to the dates listed in the Academic Calendar. Classes will only be added or dropped with advisor approval. You'll get an email at the time of registration with more information about waitlists and how to add/drop courses.
Each semester, SFCM prepares a list of textbooks used in courses within the Collegiate Division. We recommend that students review the list and purchase textbooks in time for the start of each semester. Many students use online textbook websites such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Alibris.