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Class Registration

 General Registration

  1. Log into eCampus.
  2. Choose “SCU Manage Classes” tile.
  3. Select “Summer 2018” as the term/quarter.
  4. Select “Class Search” and “Search”. Choose subject, then make the “Course Number” tab blank. Click “Search”.
  5. Choose the desired class time, meeting days, professor. Then select “Next”. If registering for a course with a lab, you will be prompted to choose a lab section.
  6. Once all courses have been added to your shopping cart, click on “Proceed to Step 2 of 3” icon. This will take you to the “Confirm Classes” page.
  7. After all the courses you want to enroll for have been added to your shopping cart, click on the "Proceed to Step 2 of 3" icon.  This will take you to the "Confirm Classes" page.
  8. If you are certain of your class selections click on the “Finish Enrolling” icon to complete the registration process.
  9. If your class selections were added successfully, you will see a green checkmark in the “Status” column for each course.
  10. If there are any errors in your “Add Transaction”, you will see a red “X” in the “Status” column for that course. Be sure to read the enrollment transaction error message to see if the error is fixable. If so, click on “Fix Errors” to go back to the appropriate page.
  11. When you have registered for all of your classes, click on “My Class Schedule” to verify that your enrollment is accurate.

 

Special Permission Courses

Some classes require special permission to enroll and may be added only with the instructor’s signature on an add form or a permission number. If you have a signed add form, the class will be added at the Enrollment Services Center, Schott Administration Building, First Floor, at any time during the registration period and no later than 5:00 p.m. PT on the last day to add a class for the session that the course is offered.

 

Adding a Closed Class

If a class is full, you have two options (1) register for an alternate course that fits in with your schedule or (2) get a permission number from the instructor.  To obtain permission for a class that has filled to capacity, seek the instructor’s permission prior to the start of classes or attend class on the first class meeting day.

If you receive a permission number from the professor, complete the following steps:

  1. Log into eCampus.
  2. Choose “SCU Manage Classes” tile.
  3. Select “Summer 2018” as the term/quarter.
  4. Select “Class Search” and “Search”. Choose subject, then make the “Course Number” tab blank. Click “Search”.
  5. Choose desired class time, meeting days, professor. Then select “Next”. If registering for a course with a lab, you will be prompted to choose a lab section.
  6. Enter the permission number in the box on the right side of the page, and click on “Next” to proceed to “Confirm Classes”. Complete your registration by clicking on “Finish Enrolling”, then go back to “My Class Schedule” to verify.

Note: The permission number expires on the last day to add a class for the session that the course is offered.  If the permission number does not work on eCampus, go to the Enrollment Services Center, Schott Administration Building, first floor, no later than the last day to add a class for the session that the course is offered, complete and submit an Add form with the permission number.

 

Add/Drop Policy

Santa Clara University does not accept add/drop forms after the deadline. If there are compelling reasons for an exception, please fill out the Undergraduate Student Petition - Exception to University Policy on the Office of the Registrar's Website. Petitions will be reviewed by the University Registrar and a response will be returned to the student’s SCU Gmail account. Students are responsible for all costs incurred as a result of enrollment in the Summer Program at SCU and agree to abide by all Summer Session and University policies and procedures. Students are responsible for monitoring their account balances and maintain current valid e-mail address at all times in order to ensure receipt of all Summer Sessions correspondence in a timely manner.

Dropping a Class

Students may drop Summer Sessions classes using eCampus or by filling out a drop form at the Enrollment Services Center any time after registration and before 5:00 p.m. PT on the last day to drop or withdraw from classes for the session the course is offered. Students will not be able to drop or withdraw from classes after the session deadline dates as posted on the Summer Session Calendar.

To drop a class using eCampus, follow these steps:

  1. Log into eCampus.
  2. Choose “SCU Manage Classes”.
  3. Click the “Drop” tab which is located on the top menu bar.
  4. Choose “Summer 2018” as the quarter. Check the box next to the class that you would like to drop, then select “Continue”.
  5. Deadline dates for tuition refunds will pop up in red; READ CAREFULLY. No exceptions will be made after the deadline.
  6. Confirm that you have selected the correct class that you want to drop and click on “Drop Selected Classes”.
  7. If you have successfully dropped, there will be a green checkmark in the “Status” column. If the class was not dropped successfully, there will be a red “X” in the “Status” column.  Be sure to read the enrollment transaction error message to see if the error is fixable. If so, click on “Fix Errors” to go back to the appropriate page.

Once the process is completed, this may be a good time to verify your entire class schedule for accuracy.  Print a copy of your schedule for your records and also as proof of the dropped course.

 

Dropping Sessions 3B and 3C Courses

Students who wish to drop a Sessions 3B and/or 3C courses must send an email to registrar@scu.edu with their name, Student ID, and course(s) they wish to drop.
 

Dropping a Class with a W

Check the Summer calendar for the last day to withdraw without a “W”. After this date and prior to the last day to withdraw, you will still drop on eCampus.  Your transcript will include a notation of “W” in the grade column.  A grade of “W” will not affect your GPA.

 

Add/Drop Policy

Santa Clara University does not accept add/drop forms after the deadline. If there are compelling reasons for an exception, please fill out the Undergraduate Student Petition - Exception to University Policy on the Office of the Registrar's Website. Petitions will be reviewed by the University Registrar and a response will be returned to the student’s SCU Gmail account. Students are responsible for all costs incurred as a result of enrollment in the Summer Program at SCU and agree to abide by all Summer Session and University policies and procedures. Students are responsible for monitoring their account balances and maintain current valid e-mail address at all times in order to ensure receipt of all Summer Sessions correspondence in a timely manner.

Swapping Classes

If you wish to drop one class and replace it with another or with a different section of the same course, navigate to "Enroll" after logging in to eCampus:

  1. Log into eCampus.
  2. Choose “SCU Manage Classes” tile.
  3. Click the “Swap” tab which is located on the top menu bar.
  4. Choose “Summer 2018” as the quarter. Select the class you wish to drop from the “Select from your Schedule” menu.  Enter the class you wish to add in the “Enter Class Number” box.
  5. Follow the remaining steps to “Add a Class”, by clicking on “Next” to proceed to “Confirm Classes”. Complete your registration by clicking on “Finish Enrolling", then go back to “My Class Schedule” to verify and print your schedule.

If you swap a course with more units, you will be responsible for paying the difference when billed. If the new course has fewer units, you may qualify for a tuition refund. Please refer to the Tuition and Billing page for payment deadlines and refund periods or call the Enrollment Services Center at 408-554-1000 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. PT.

Verifying Enrollment

Enrollment is not complete if you did not click on the “Finish Enrolling” icon prior to verifying the status of your enrollment transactions.

When you have registered for all of your classes, click on “My Class Schedule” to verify that your enrollment is accurate. Unclick “show dropped classes” and “show waitlisted classes” to see what classes you are enrolled in.  Print a copy of the schedule for your records.