Students who are in the Advanced Management Program (AMP) will automatically be enrolled in the courses necessary for completion of the program. Students in the Master of Science Degree program, the certificate programs, or the Professional Development program must self-enroll in the desired courses using the College’s online student information system.
Once accepted into an academic program, students are assigned an account, username, and password that he/she will use to register for courses on the NDU student information system. If a student experiences any problems accessing accounts or registering, he/she may contact the Office of Student Services at 202-685-6300 or by email at iCollegeOSS@ndu.edu.
Registration opens prior to the term start period on the dates below and will close on the Friday prior to the Course Start Date (CSD).
|Term||Registration Opens||Course Offerings|
|FALL||15 July||September –December 2011|
|SPRING||1 November||January – April 2012|
|SUMMER||1 March||May – August 2012|
Confirmation of Enrollment & Contact Information Validation
Students who successfully register for a course offering will receive an automated class acceptance notice to their email address of record.
Two weeks prior to the Course Start Date, the iCollege Office of Student Services will request confirmation of attendance and validate contact information by sending an email to the student’s email address of record. The student must confirm attendance or will be dropped from the course offering prior to the Course Start Date.
Please ensure the following contact information is up-to-date in the student information system:
The iCollege will make every effort to reach the student prior to taking a drop action. Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Student Services at any time prior to the Course Start Date to verify enrollment or to update contact information.
Students may disenroll at any time prior to the Course Start Date (CSD) via DES, the automated student information system. Students who are unable to access the system may request assistance from the Office of Student Services or the Offering Leader. After the Course Start Date, students will be assigned a grade in the course. See the online iCollege Catalog for the complete grading policy (www.ndu.edu/irmc).
Multiple Registration Policy
Students may enroll as follows:
Permission to register for more than one online (DL) course per term (Fall, Spring, Summer) may be granted by requesting an exception to policy (maximum 2 courses per session). Requests must be submitted to the Office of Student Services in writing (iCollegeOSS@ndu.edu; Fax: 202-685-4860) no later than 2 weeks prior to the course start date. Note: A student who is granted permission but fails to complete both courses successfully may not be considered for concurrent enrollment in the future.