College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > School of Public Service > Student Resources > Graduate > New Student Orientation > FAQs
Students can register for courses at or after their
eligibility time. Students can find
their registration day and time on campus connect.
Students register for classes via campus
connect. Please refer to our registration
page for the steps on how to register for classes.
Students should meet with their faculty mentor during
their first quarter to develop a curriculum plan.
Online classes are restricted to online students only
for part of registration. Please refer
to the courses and schedules page for further information on how to be
waitlisted for an online class.
SPS does not offer classes during the December
Please refer to the university’s academic calendar for important academic and financial deadlines.
Students are assigned a faculty mentor based on their
program. Students can find the contact
information for their faculty mentors on campus connect under the student
Please refer to our advising page for a detailed
description of the difference between a student’s academic advisor and faculty
It depends on your program. Please refer to our graduate programs tab for further
information on your programs requirements.
You should also meet with your academic advisor to discuss all course
and program requirements.
Contact the Office of Financial Aid at email@example.com if you have questions.
offers quarterly scholarships. Please refer
to our financial aid & scholarships page for more information. Students are also notified of available
scholarships and application deadlines via the monthly SPS eMemo. The monthly eMemo is sent out via email to all current students during the academic year (autumn, winter, and spring quarters).
Assistants (GA) are selected for a year appointment. GA applications are due on May 1st
of each year and you can find more information about our GA positions on our financial aid & scholarships page.