Office of the Registrar: Registration and Advising Updates

Dear Students,

We hope you remain healthy and productive despite this period of constant change and uncertainty. We recognize these are challenging times, and we will work with you as we navigate the remainder of the semester, together. To that end, below is a compilation of information related to the current semester and Fall semester registration and advising. As always, please visit LMU's Coronavirus Website (AccessibleEn Espanol) for the latest information.

Spring 2020 - Important Updates

  • Online Instruction
    Due to the recent spread of COVID-19, the university delayed the beginning of online instruction to today, March 23.
  • Course Withdrawal Date
    We extended the last day to withdraw from classes to May 1, 2020. To withdraw from a course, visit your registration page in PROWL through your MyLMU portal. If you choose to withdraw from a course, a grade of W will result. If you have a hold on your account, you will need to resolve the hold and communicate with the Registrar's Office at registrar@lmu.edu.
  • Credit/No Credit grading
    We extended the last day to change your grade option to credit/no credit to May 1, 2020. If you would like to change your grade option, please complete the form designated for your College or School for Dean's Office approval. More information about this option and process is forthcoming.

 

Registration - Fall 2020
The Schedule of Classes for Fall 2020 is now available online. Please check PROWL for your registration date and time, along with any Registration Holds on your account. To provide you with a seamless registration process, we will provide the following accommodations on registration holds:

  • Student Accounts has removed some financial holds.
  • Advising holds will be lifted for BCLA, CBA, CFA, and SFTV colleges/schools.
  • Academic holds (midterm deficiencies and academic probation) by all colleges/schools will stay in place.

 

Academic Resource Center
University advisors are available for general questions that students may have about utilizing academic platforms, such as the University Bulletin, Degree Works, and the Registration Interface. For more information and helpful advising resources, visit the Academic Resource Center's website. You can also schedule an online appointment with a University Advisor.

 

Advising - Fall 2020
As you prepare to register for courses, please review the specific information below regarding assistance with advising appointments, academic inquiries, course registration, and academic deadlines for your specific college/school. We are committed to responding to all communications as quickly as possible.

 

LMU Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts (BCLA)
The BCLA Advising Office is offering virtual office hours Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - noon and 3 - 5 p.m., PDT, for quick questions (i.e., submitting forms, college processes, deadlines, etc.). Students with scheduling and/or academic advisement inquiries should schedule a 15 or 30-minute virtual appointment with a professional advisor by using our online appointment scheduling system via the BCLA Advising website. Lastly, completed registration forms can be submitted for processing to BCLAAdvising@lmu.edu.

 

LMU College of Business Administration (CBA)
Starting March 23, CBA students and Business minors can find course information on the CBA Advising section located on BrightSpace. For additional questions, please contact your assigned advisor below:

 

LMU College of Communication and Fine Arts (CFA)
CFA encourages students to connect with an advisor prior to their registration date. For convenience, the resources below are available to support you:

Voice messages and emails will be answered during regular business hours. Departmental information about advising in your major will be forthcoming.

 

LMU Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering (SCSE)
All SCSE students will be directly contacted by SCSE with academic major specific advising and registration information later in the week. Should you have any questions in the interim, please contact:

 

LMU School of Education (SOE)
If you need assistance or have questions, please contact your academic advisor. If you have program specific questions, please contact your program director.

 

LMU School of Film and Television (SFTV)
SFTV will be offering the following advising to all undergraduate and graduate students:

  • Virtual Group Advising and Virtual 1:1 advising will be available now through late April
  • Virtual Office Hours dates/times will be announced soon
  • General questions can be sent to SFTV-Advising@lmu.edu

 

We look forward to finishing off this semester strong and supporting your continued success.

Sincerely,

Office of the Registrar
Academic Resource Center
LMU Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
LMU College of Business Administration
LMU College of Communication and Fine Arts
LMU Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering
LMU School of Education
LMU School of Film and Television