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New to the College? Apply online now to enroll at Reynolds. New students and returning students in good standing can register for classes online during Early-bird Registration. Online and on-campus registration are available during regular registration.
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Students may register at any of the campus Student Success Centers.
Parham Road Campus Georgiadis Hall, Room 210
Downtown Campus Room 125
Goochland Campus Building C20 - Room 238
All of our open computer labs are also available for online registration.
Additional Registration Information
Except under special circumstances, students may not enter a new class after the add/drop period. Requests for entry after this time must be approved by the instructor of the class, the school dean, and if after the deadline to drop with a refund, the Associate Vice President of Instruction or designee.
Withdrawing from Courses
After the add/drop period and within the first nine weeks of a semester, a student may withdraw from courses without academic penalty and receive a grade of "W". Official withdrawal for a student shall become effective on the date the approved withdrawal form is processed by the Success Center. Refunds do not apply in the case of a withdrawal.
Registrations for audit (no credit) will be accepted only during the late registration period and will require approval of the school dean. Students who wish to change the status of a course from audit to credit must do so within the add/drop period. Changes from credit to audit must be made by the official last day for students to withdraw from a class.
Completing "Incomplete" Classes
Students who receive an "I" (Incomplete) grade for a class should not register for the course again. They must complete the requirements with the guidance and approval of the original instructor. The instructor will submit the final grade to the Central Admissions office. Failure to complete requirements by the end of the following semester will result in an automatic grade of "F". If an "I" grade is awarded at the end of the spring semester, the student will have until the end of the subsequent fall semester to complete the requirements.
Students who wish to be enrolled on a full-time basis should register for at least 12 credits. Any student wishing to enroll in more than 18 credits of course work should obtain their advisor's recommendation prior to seeking the approval of the division chairperson.
Each class is offered on the condition of adequate enrollment, and the College reserves the right to cancel or discontinue any course because of low enrollment or for other reasons the College deems necessary. The College also reserves the right to make the necessary changes in this schedule that may be dictated by enrollment, personnel requirements, or availability of facilities. Refunds are generally processed after the Last Day to drop deadline(s).
Repeating a Course
Students are normally limited to two enrollments in the same course. Students wishing to enroll in a course for the third time must document extenuating circumstances, obtain the Request to Repeat Course form, and all necessary signatures prior to registering for the course.