Visiting Student 2012 Winter Session Registration
2012 Winter Session
Rutgers School of Law–Newark is pleased to offer three upper-level courses for law students who have completed the first-year program or its equivalent at an ABA-accredited law school. These classes are compressed into a one-week intensive program earning two credits for the course selected.
CLASSES, EXAMINATION DATES: All classes take place during the first week of January 2012. There is no examination for Intensive Deposition Advocacy or Non-Profit Corporations/Tax-Exempt Organizations. The exam for Health Law & Policy I will be given at 10 am on Saturday, January 14th.
LOCATION: Rutgers School of Law–Newark is located at 123 Washington Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102. It is convenient to major highways, Pennsylvania Railroad Station, and the Broad Street Railroad Station. (Note: Non-Profit Corporations/Tax-Exempt Organizations is being taught in the Dominican Republic. If interested, please contact Dean Rothman at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
ELIGIBILITY: The Winter Session is open to all law students matriculated at any ABA-accredited law school. A student from a school other than Rutgers School of Law–Newark must submit a letter from that law school certifying that the student is in good standing. (This includes students of Rutgers School of Law–Camden).
Once processed, you will be provided by e-mail with two identification numbers necessary for registration (a Rutgers University ID, or “RUID,” and a Personal Access Code, “PAC”), and you will be notified that you can now proceed to the On-Line Registration pages to register. The information you need to complete this process is found at the “2012 Winter Session Registration” page, which you can open by clicking here. You will need the Winter Session Class Schedule (which you can navigate to and view by clicking here for the Spreadsheet or here for the PDF), which shows the meeting times and instructors for all classes, and also provides the course numbers and index numbers you will need when registering on line. (You can have both the Class Schedule window and the Registration window open, and can toggle between them as you register.) You can also navigate from the Class Schedule to the Winter Session course descriptions.
Finally, after you have completed the registration protocol, you must go to the Bursar webpage, and view your account. The tuition will appear in your account immediately upon registration as a balance due, and you must then pay that amount electronically, either by credit card or by electronic transfer from your bank account.
Note: Registration is not complete until all charges are paid; failure to pay any outstanding balance will result in deregistration from your classes.