The Office of the Registrar enrolls students each semester during the years 1 & 2 of the pre-clerkship curriculum. Once enrolled, students are required to log into STUINFO each semester to confirm their attendance. The University does not consider a student officially enrolled until they have confirmed attendance. Failing to confirm attendance on any given semester will result in dropped enrollment and withheld financial aid with possibly late enrollment fees.
Once attendance has been confirmed, a registration bill will be created and available electronically in STUINFO. Communication will be sent via e-mail to the students’ MSU e-mail address whenever a new billing statement has been generated. Paper bills are no longer generated by the university.
The University academic calendar, general rules concerning enrollment, tuition billing and payment, along with other University information, may be found on the University Registrar’s website at www.reg.msu.edu.
It is the students’ responsibility to see that matters relating to enrollment, tuition/fee payment, and financial aid issues are handled in a timely fashion.
|Pre-Clerkship (Years 1 & 2)|
|Clerkship (Years 3 & 4)|
A person may be permitted to enroll in credit courses as a visitor on a non-credit basis. Credit may not be earned in courses taken as a visitor except by re-enrollment for credit in the course and completion of the course with a satisfactory grade (at least 3.0). To be enrolled as a visitor, a student must enroll in the same manner as for credit courses and pay the same tuition and fees as for a credit registration.
Choice of enrollment in a credit course as a visitor on a non-credit basis must be made by the fifth day of the term of instruction and may not be subsequently changed. Students enrolled as visitors are expected to attend classes regularly. Those so enrolled who do not attend regularly may be dropped from the class at the request of the instructor.
Please read our Course Waiver Opportunities policy if you are interested in obtaining a course waiver.
Pre-Clerkship Site Transfers:
If you are interested in requesting a site transfer, please complete and return the Pre-Clerkship Site Transfer Request Form.
A student who withdraws from any semester of enrollment will have the designation of “W” appear on their official transcript. Students should contact the Medical Advisor in the Office of Financial Aid to discuss how their withdrawal will impact them.
To request a voluntary withdrawal from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, a student must complete the Voluntary Withdrawal Application Form and submit it to the Associate Dean of Student Services.