Office Of The Registrar, New Brunswick

Graduate registration Calendar: Spring 2016

January 15

Last day to register for Spring 2016 online and without a late fee

Last day to cancel spring term with a 100% refund
January 18
University Closed Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 19

Spring 2016 Term Begins
January 19- January 25
Late Registration

January 19- February 1

Late registration and drop/add period
See for refund policy                                          

February 1

Last day to drop course w/o  "W" grade if not withdrawing in full
Last day to add a course to existing schedule
Last day for 80% refund for full withdrawal

See for refund policy

February 15

Last day for 60% refund for full withdrawal
See for refund policy

February 15

Summer Session registration begins
All summer session information may be viewed at 

March 1

Last day for 40% refund for full withdrawal for Spring Term
See for refund policy

March 7

Last day to withdraw or drop a course for Mason Gross School of the Arts, the Graduate School, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Pharmacy, and School of Management and Labor Relations.
March 12-20 Spring Break
March 21 Last day to withdraw or drop a course for Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
April 3 Fall 2016 Online registration via WEBREG begins at 10:00 pm
April 15 Last day to file application for May-dated diploma
Apply on line at
also see
April 18
Last day to withdraw or drop a course for School of Social Work, Graduate School of Education, School of Communication and Information
April 18

Non matriculated students in the Graduate School of Education may register for the 2016 fall semester

May 2 

Spring 2016 Classes end

May 5 -    May 11

Exam period

May 13

Spring 2016 Web grading ends at 5:00 pm

May 15


For individual college/school convocations visit

May 31

Summer Session 2016

August 17

All summer session grades are due by 5:00 pm

Credit hour Prefixes

Matriculated graduate students taking undergraduate courses must indicate a prefix when registering (drop down menu) to identify the course's relevance in the student's degree program.

Non matriculated students do not enter a prefix.  Other prefixes may apply to any level course in accordance with the school's policy.  Credit prefixes are defined as:

Credit Prefixes

E    Course does not count in average or toward degree
G    300-400 level Undergraduate Course-taken for credit toward graduate degree
       currently sought (not applicable for non matriculated students
N    Not for credit - S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory) Grade -- No final exam (audit)
P    Course taken on PASS/NO CREDIT basis -- Permitted only by student's school policy
       and school offering course.  See School catalog or  consult dean's office

 Updated: August 10, 2009

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