This BSU Student Handbook is a guide to student's rights, responsibilities and resources.
Prior to the registration period for the fall and spring semesters and
summer sessions, students should refer to their degree audits which are
available through InfoBear at
to ensure compliance with the graduate degree requirements. Graduate
students are not required to have registration forms signed by their
advisers; however, graduate students should consult their advisers on a
regular basis regarding their course schedules. Degree-seeking graduate
students who register on-line will be billed for their tuition and fees by
the Office of Student Accounts. These bills are emailed to graduate
Graduate course work is offered on either a full- or part-time basis. Students should realize that it is not always possible to set an absolute deadline for completing a graduate program due to such factors as the universitys need to reserve the right to cancel any course for which there is insufficient enrollment and the need of the departments to offer courses on a rotating basis. The university and academic departments, however, make every effort to schedule courses in a timely manner.
Students who have applied and been denied admission to a degree program will not be allowed to register for graduate courses. Students will have a registration hold placed on their account by the College of Graduate Studies. Students must submit an appeal letter or email to the dean of the College of Graduate Studies prior to registering.
Last Modified: September 26, 2012