Registration

Are You Eligible to Register?

The following categories of students are eligible to register for May Interims, Summer Sessions, and/or Fall 2017:

  1. All currently enrolled students, whether full time or part time. (Note: students who are dismissed for scholastic reasons at the end of Spring will have their registrations canceled if they are not reinstated by the Academic Review Board. Students on probation cannot preregister for May Interims until after Spring grades are posted. After Spring grades are posted, probationary students not dismissed will be able to register for either May Interims on the first day of classes).
  2. Students who enrolled during Spring 2017.
  3. Students who have been admitted or readmitted for May Interims, Summer Sessions, and/or Fall 2017.

Whom Do You Contact to Become Eligible to Register?

  • Students wishing to enter an undergraduate degree program:
    Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Visitor Center, (309) 677-1000
  • Non-degree seeking students without a bachelor’s degree wishing to attend full time or part time:
    Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Visitor Center, (309) 677-1000. Apply as an undergraduate student at large online.
  • Qualified high-school students wishing to take undergraduate courses:
    Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Visitor Center, (309) 677-1000. Apply as an undergraduate student at large online.
  • Undergraduate students who have been dismissed for academic reasons:
    Chairperson, Academic Review Board, Markin Center, Room 50 (309) 677-2426. You must petition for reinstatement.
  • Students with bachelor’s degrees who wish to enter a graduate degree program or take undergraduate or graduate courses part time:
    The Graduate School, Bradley Hall, Room 200, (309) 677-2375.
  • Graduate students who have been dismissed:
    The Graduate School, Bradley Hall, Room 200, (309) 677-2375. You must petition for reinstatement from the Graduate School.
  • Students whose registration has been prevented by a campus office:
    Contact the office that prevented the registration.

Advising Checklist For Undergraduate Students

Before Your Advising Session:

  • Print a copy of your degree audit report, available online.
  • Use the Class Schedule Worksheet to help plan your schedule.
  • Determine any outstanding university and general education or core curriculum requirements.
  • Determine which major requirements are outstanding.
  • Determine if any courses you plan to take have prerequisites that you have not completed. Course descriptions and prerequisites are listed in the Bradley University catalogs.
  • Create at least two proposed schedules for the upcoming term, including alternate courses in case any of your preferred courses are closed.
  • Decide if you are comfortable with the course load and courses.
  • Develop a list of questions you would like to ask your advisor.
  • As you near graduation, determine the semester in which you plan to complete your degree.

During Your Advising Session:

  • Clarify outstanding university, general education or core curriculum, and major requirements with your advisor.
  • Review your degree audit with your advisor. If an adjustment needs to be made, ask your advisor to submit a “Degree Audit Exception Form” to the Registrar’s Office. For example, this form may be used to assign approved transfer courses to major requirements or for approved course substitutions in major requirements. You must check your degree audit to confirm that the adjustment occurred.
  • Show your tentative schedule to your advisor, and ask your advisor for suggestions about alternate courses.
  • Have your list of questions for your advisor ready. If your advisor cannot answer a question, ask for a referral to another office or department. If possible, get the name of the person who might be able to answer your question.

Advisors - Undergraduate

Your advisor's name is also listed in Webster. Log in, and go to the "Other" tab. Refer to the list below, if your advisor is not listed in Webster.

UNIVERSITY PROGRAM (UNV)
Trillizio, Heitz 100 or call (309) 677-2420.

  • Academic Exploration Program - Haines, Heitz 100
  • University Business - Jones, Baker 107
  • University Education & Health Science - Trillizio
  • University Engineering & Technology -  Cobb, Jobst 125
  • University Liberal Arts & Sciences - Prescott, Bradley 226.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Dean Radson (BAK 123 A) • Associate Dean O’Brien (BAK 123 B)

  • Accounting - Provided on Webster
  • Actuarial Science-Business - Provided on Webster
  • UNV Business - Provided on Webster
  • Business Management & Administration - Provided on Webster
  • Co-op Program - Koeltzow
  • Economics - Provided on Webster
  • Entrepreneurship - Provided on Webster
  • International Business - Provided on Webster
  • Finance & Quantitative Methods - Provided on Webster
  • Marketing - Provided on Webster
  • Management Information Systems - Provided on Webster
  • Unclassified Business - Provided on Webster

COMMUNICATIONS & FINE ARTS
Dean Huberman (GCC 100) • Associate Dean Lawrence (GCC 100).

  • Art Incoming transfer students - See department chair
  • Art Education - Brammeier
  • Art History - Glover
  • Art-Studio
  • Ceramics - Carlson
  • Drawing - Gillespie
  • Graphic Design - Rowe, Will
  • Painting - Brammeier
  • Photography - LeJeune
  • Printmaking - Gillespie
  • Sculpture - Stolz
  • Communication
  • Advertising - Banning, Lawrence, Young
  • Incoming transfer students - Gullifor
  • Journalism - Dare, Netzley
  • Organizational Communication - Kasch, Gabor
  • Public Relations - Bruns, Xie
  • Television Arts & Electronic Media - Jacobs, Phillips, Zohoori
  • Sports Communication - Antunovic, Dickhaus, Gullifor, Smith
  • Unclassified - Frazier
  • Interactive Media - Cavanah, McGill, Ham
  • Music - Vroman
  • Music Business - Kelly
  • Music Composition - Heinemann
  • Music Education - (Instr., Vocal) Vroman, Walters
  • Music Performance - Vroman • [All music majors will be assigned to an applied music teacher for advising. Transfer students should see department chair for assignment]
  • Theatre Arts • Acting - Kanoff
  • Design - Arnold, Lohman
  • Directing - Kanoff
  • Literature - Stern
  • Management - Kanoff

EDUCATION & HEALTH SCIENCES
Dean Sattler (WES) • Associate Dean Russell-Chapin (WES)

  • Co-op Program - EHS Staff
  • HS - R. Bertram
  • Dietetics - Davidson, Newell, Nigg
  • Early Childhood Education - Antola Crowe, Arquette, Lee
  • Elementary Education - Arquette, Britner, Finson, Grant, Hunzicker, Nugent, Pardieck, Wolffe
  • Family and Consumer Sciences - Sas
  • FCS Minor - Choi
  • FCS-Secondary Education - Choi, Sas (FCS)
  • Community Wellness - Drake
  • Health Minor - Russell-Chapin
  • Health Science - R. Bertram, S. Bertram, Durr, Kelly, Peterson, Pratt, Reynolds, Sparks, Strubhar, Tippett, Weaver
  • Hospitality Leadership - Olds, Wolfe
  • K-12 Education (Art/Music) - Antola Crowe
  • Leadership Studies Minor - Chandler
  • Learning Behavior Specialist I - Johnson, Kuester, Lee, Lukowiak
  • Middle School Education - Chrosniak, Finson, Grant, Kasambira, McMullen
  • Nursing - Flannigan for assignment
  • Retail Merchandising - Brandes, Choi
  • High School Education - Grant, Kasambira, McMullen

ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
Dean Akers (JOB 124) • Associate Dean Huggins (JOB 335) • Assistant Dean Reyer (JOB 110)

  • UNV Engineering - Cobb (transfer students by curriculum)
  • Civil Engineering - Maillacheruvu
  • CE Environmental - Fuessle
  • Construction - Elhouar and Wolfe
  • Electrical Engineering - See department for assignment
  • EE Computer Option - See department for assignment
  • Engineering Physics - Huggins
  • Industrial Engineering - See department for assignment
  • Manufacturing Engineering - Chen, Li, Guo
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology - Chen and Saboury
  • Mechanical Engineering - See department for assignment
  • Unclassified Engineering & Technology - Cobb

LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
Dean Jones (BR 226) • Associate Dean McConnaughay (BR 226)

  • Co-op Program - R. Smith
  • Actuarial Science-Math - Quigg
  • African-American Studies Minors - Hawkins
  • Anthropology Minors - Zant
  • Asian Studies Minor - Hogan
  • Biochemistry - Fry, McQuade
  • Biology - See department
  • Biology Minors - Morris
  • Chemistry Freshmen - Andersh; Sophomores - Flint; Juniors - Remsen; Seniors - Haverhals
  • Chemistry Pre-Professional - Andersh, Moroz
  • Computer Science and Information Systems - Dolins, Doran, Lin, A. Uskov, V. Uskov, Wang
  • Minors - Dolins
  • Criminal Justice Studies - Curtis, Scott, C. Williams, Zant
  • Economics - See department bulletin board or BAK 209
  • English - See department Administrative Assistant (BR 380)
  • Environmental Science Biology - Morris
  • Chemistry - D. Campbell
  • Physics - Wang
  • Ethics Minor - Kelley
  • French - Hertich
  • German - Hagen
  • History - B. Brown
  • Interdisciplinary Program - McConnaughay
  • International Studies - C. Bukowski, J. Bukowski, Kim, Tarzi
  • Latin American Studies Minor - Cisneros
  • Mathematics - L. Alvin, Bedenikovic, Carty, Kasube, Lang, McAsey, Mou, Xue, Nanyes, Quigg, Timm, S. Yildirim, T. Yolcu
  • Mathematics Minor - McAsey
  • Medical Laboratory Sciences - Fry, Campbell
  • Neuroscience Minor - Cady, Koeltzow
  • Philosophy - Greene, Kelley, Niculescu
  • Physics - Wang
  • Political Science - Burmilia, Curtis, Dannehl, Gobeyn, Reed
  • Psychology - See department or check the "Other" tab in Webster
  • Russian and East European Studies Minor - C. Bukowski
  • Religious Studies - Fuller, Getz, Oliver, Zaborowski
  • Social Work - Amos, Evens, Moody
  • Sociology - See department (BR 112)
  • Sociology Minor - Crawford
  • Spanish - Barajas, Cisneros, Courtad, Kessler, Portocarrero
  • West European Studies Minor - Gobeyn
  • Women and Gender Studies - A. Scott
  • High School Teacher Preparation for LAS
  • Biology - Morris
  • Chemistry - Schnupf
  • English - See department Administrative Assistant
  • History - B. Brown
  • Mathematics - See department
  • Physics - Wang
  • Social Science - Brown, Hawkins, P. Jones, Toxqui-Garay, J. Williams

NON DEGREE SEEKING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Undergraduate Admissions (Visitors Center)

Advisors - Graduate

GRADUATE SCHOOL (GRD) 
Dean Bakken (BR 200)

  • Accounting - M. Adams
  • Art-MA or MFA - Gillespie
  • Biology - Stabenau
  • Business Administration - Johanssen
  • Business Administration Executive Track - Johanssen
  • Chemistry/Biochemistry - Bosma
  • Civil Engineering - Schattler
  • Computer Science - Liu, Park
  • Computer Information Systems - V.Uskov
  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling - Skaggs for assignment
  • Curriculum & Instruction - Antola Crowe, Finson
  • Educational Administration - Tripses for assignment
  • Electrical Engineering - Lu
  • English - Swafford, Moloney, Vickroy
  • Environmental Science Education - Wolffe
  • Industrial Engineering - Krishnamoorthi
  • Manufacturing Engineering - Chen
  • Mechanical Engineering - Mehta
  • Non Degree Seeking - K. Carroll
  • Nonprofit Leadership - McMillan, Schifeling
  • Nursing - Erickson for assignment
  • Online Counseling (Clinical Mental Health & School) - Del Rio
  • Online Nursing - Borton, Erickson
  • Physical Therapy - S. Bertram, Kelly, Peterson, Pratt, Reynolds, Sparks, Strubhar, Tippett, Weaver
  • School Counseling - Davison Avilés for assignment
  • STEM Education - Morris
  • Dietetic Internship - Newell

Registration

  • Early registration for May Interims, Summer Sessions, and Fall Semester 2017 takes place April 6-13, 2017.
  • Undergraduate students register according to the timetable below, which is based on the number of semester hours you have actually earned at the time you register. Your current registration is not included. In some cases, time slots are further broken down alphabetically by last name. You may register any time after the time listed.
  • New transfer students may register at any time beginning April 6 at 7:30 a.m.
  • Honors students may register at any time beginning April 6 at 8:15 a.m.
  • Graduate students with 19 hours or more may register at any time beginning April 6 at 7:30 a.m.
  • Graduate students with 10 hours or more may register at any time beginning April 6 at 8:00 a.m.
  • All Graduate students may register at any time beginning April 6 at 8:30 a.m.
  • Students new to Bradley University will receive their instructions on how and when to register at the time they are admitted.
  • Registration Hotline: (309) 677-3108 (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) 

Registration Schedule

Thursday, April 6

Friday, April 7

Monday, April 10

Hours

Alphabet

Time

Hours

Alphabet

Time

Hours

Alphabet

Time

 

 

7:30

96-97

 

7:30

78

 

7:30

 

 

8:00

94-95

 

8:00

77

 

8:00

 

 

8:30

93

 

8:30

76

 

8:30

120

A-C

9:00

92

 

9:00

75

 

9:00

120

D-G

9:30

91

 

9:30

74

 

9:30

120

H-L

10:00

90

 

10:00

73

 

10:00

120

M-R

10:30

89

 

10:30

71-72

 

10:30

120

S-Z

11:00

88

 

11:00

69-70

 

11:00

116-119

 

11:30

87

 

11:30

67-68

 

11:30

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:30

 

 

12:30

 

 

12:30

113-115

 

1:00

86

 

1:00

66

 

1:00

110-112

 

1:30

85

 

1:30

64-65

 

1:30

108-109

 

2:00

84

 

2:00

62-63

 

2:00

106-107

 

2:30

83

 

2:30

60-61

 

2:30

104-105

 

3:00

82

 

3:00

58-59

 

3:00

102-103

 

3:30

81

 

3:30

56-57

 

3:30

100-101

 

4:00

80

 

4:00

54-55

 

4:00

98-99

 

4:30

79

 

4:30

52-53

 

4:30

Tuesday, April 11

Wednesday, April 12

Thursday, April 13

Hours

Alphabet

Time

Hours

Alphabet

Time

Hours

Alphabet

Time

51

 

7:30

26-27

 

7:30

12

 

7:30

50

 

8:00

24-25

 

8:00

10-11

 

8:00

49

 

8:30

23

 

8:30

8-9

 

8:30

48

 

9:00

22

 

9:00

5-7

 

9:00

47

 

9:30

21

 

9:30

1-4

 

9:30

46

 

10:00

20

 

10:00

0

A-B

10:00

45

 

10:30

19

 

10:30

0

C-D

10:30

44

 

11:00

18

 

11:00

0

E-F

11:00

43

 

11:30

17

A-K

11:30

0

G-H

11:30

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:00

 

 

12:30

 

 

12:30

 

 

12:30

42

 

1:00

17

L-Z

1:00

0

I-J

1:00

40-41

 

1:30

16

A-H

1:30

0

K-L

1:30

38-39

 

2:00

16

I-R

2:00

0

M-N

2:00

36-37

 

2:30

16

S-Z

2:30

0

O-P

2:30

34-35

 

3:00

15

 

3:00

0

Q-R

3:00

32-33

 

3:30

14

A-L

3:30

0

S-T

3:30

30-31

 

4:00

14

M-Z

4:00

0

U-V

4:00

28-29

 

4:30

13

 

4:30

0

W-Z

4:30

 

Waitlists

Waitlists are not maintained for May Interims or Summer Sessions.

Student Course Load

Undergraduate students: In May Interim I, a three-week term, students can earn up to four semester hours; in May Interim II, an eight-week term, students can earn up to seven semester hours. Summer Session I, beginning in June, and Summer Session II, beginning in July, are five-week programs in which students can earn up to seven semester hours of credit in each term.

Graduate students: Graduate students are allowed to register for only 9 semester hours during May Interims or Summer Sessions. Please contact your Graduate Coordinator before registering for these terms.

View and Pay Bills Online

Paper bills are no longer mailed. Students receive a message through their Bradley e-mail account notifying them when bills are available online. Students must go online and complete the process at myBU. If you have questions about paying bills online or creating third-party access, such as for parents, contact Student Fees at (309) 677-3120 or visit Student Financial Services.

Applied Music Fee

Full-time students $175; Part-time students $275 per hour.

Engineering Tuition Surcharge

A surcharge of $50 per semester hour will be assessed for all classes taught under the direction of the College of Engineering and Technology.

Nursing Simulation

A surcharge of $50 per course will be assessed on the following courses: NUR 203, 207, 307, 309, 315, 317, 403, 409, 411, 413, 417.

Adding and Dropping Classes

Once a student has registered for one or more classes, changes to that schedule (additions and deletions) may be made using Webster, the online registration system, until the deadlines specified below.

Students may drop any class by the deadlines listed in the table below. Each term has two drop deadlines. The first is the deadline to drop without a "W" on the transcript and the second is the deadline to drop with a "W" on the transcript. Classes dropped by the first deadline will not be part of the permanent record. Classes dropped by the second deadline will be recorded on the permanent record with the indication of “W” (withdrawn) together with the date. After these deadlines, the dean of the college in the student’s major field may, in cases of extreme hardship, authorize a student to withdraw from one or more, or all, courses. This action will be recorded on the student’s permanent record with the grade of “W” along with the withdrawal date. Please contact the Controller’s Office regarding any financial adjustments.

Students may add a class until the deadlines listed in the table below. The first is the deadline to add on Webster without special permission. The second is the deadline to add a class with special permission. To add with special permission, an undergraduate student must obtain a Late Add Request form and approval signatures from the academic advisor, the instructor of the class, the chair of the department offering the class, and the dean of the college. [The dean of the college of the student's major, if first-time registration or re-registration (e.g. due to nonpayment). The dean of the college of the course, if adding a course to current schedule.]

A graduate student must obtain a Late Add Request form and the signatures of the graduate coordinator (or, for business only, the associate dean of the college), the instructor of the added class, the department chair for the added class, and the dean of the Graduate School.

Deadlines to Add and Drop Individual Classes

May Interim I 2017

May 16, Tuesday Last day to add classes on Webster without special permission
May 18, Thursday Last day to drop a class without a “W” on transcript
May 18, Thursday Last day to add a class with special permission
May 26, Friday Last day to drop classes with a “W” on the transcript

May Interim II 2017

May 16, Tuesday Last day to add classes on Webster without special permission
May 18, Thursday Last day to drop a class without a “W” on transcript
May 18, Thursday Last day to add a class with special permission
June 23, Friday Last day to drop classes with a “W” on the transcript

Summer Session I 2017

June 6, Tuesday Last day to add classes on Webster without special permission
June 8, Thursday Last day to drop a class without a “W” on transcript
June 8, Thursday Last day to add a class with special permission
June 28, Wednesday Last day to drop classes with a “W” on the transcript

Summer Session II 2017

July 11, Tuesday Last day to add classes on Webster without special permission
July 13, Thursday Last day to drop a class without a “W” on transcript
July 13, Thursday Last day to add a class with special permission
August 2, Wednesday Last day to drop classes with a “W” on the transcript 

Refund Policy

For May Interims and Summer Sessions, the full tuition will be refunded for an individual class according to the deadlines listed at the Student Financial Services website. Housing fees are not refundable.

Complete Withdrawal

Students who wish to withdraw from all classes during May Interims and Summer Sessions must drop those classes using Webster, the online registration system, by the deadlines listed in the tables above. A student who withdraws from the university after the last day to drop without a “W” on the transcript will have all classes recorded with an indication of “W” (withdrawn) and the withdrawal date. After the final withdrawal deadline, the dean of the college in which a student is majoring may, in cases of extreme hardship, authorize a student to withdraw from one or more, or all, courses. This action will be recorded on the student’s permanent record with a grade of “W” together with the withdrawal date.

Tuition will be refunded for an individual class according to the deadlines listed at the Student Financial Services website

A student who does not officially withdraw from the university by following the procedure outlined above, and fails to complete the semester, is not entitled to a refund of any kind, and the instructor in each course in which the student is enrolled is required to report a final grade of “F” to the Registrar.