Answered By: Linda McLaury
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2022     Views: 158

Yes! Graduate students who are working on a thesis, dissertation, or research paper required for their program but are not actually enrolled for classes must go through their department to be enrolled into Continuous Registration. The department will then contact the Registrar's Office to get Continuous Registration set up.  There is a $100 fee for this service, but it will ensure that students and their advisors can access their university records, that students receive important emails from university offices, and that students can utilize the library and its services through graduation.