Registration Information and Forms
Course Registration Information
Registration is accomplished directly by filling out an online form and submitting the course deposit. Courses are run through the Division of Continuing Education. Credits are no different than other courses run at the University of Colorado. Courses are offered at the same cost for Colorado residents and nonresidents. In addition, the MRS courses fulfill CU's Environmental Studies field course requirement.
Registration for courses is taken on a first come, first served basis, determined by the timing of the deposit. When you receive your confirmation email, send or deliver a check, along with your printed confirmation, to reserve your place in the course. (Note: the registration form is not considered complete and will not be processed until we receive your deposit.)
If the course you are interested in is full, your check will be held, and your name will be put on a waiting list in case space becomes available. You may call (303) 492-8842 to check on the availability of courses. Final registration will take place on the first day of the class and the balance of the cost is due at that time. A late fee of 5% will be assessed if payment is not received by that date. Please send a copy of your transcript indicating that you have taken the prerequisites for those courses in which you have registered.
Course reservations must be cancelled by April 14, 2014 (December 16, 2013 for Winter Ecology) to receive a 80% reimbursement of your deposit. After that date, deposits are non-refundable. Deposits are refunded in full if the MRS has to cancel a course. If you are coming from out-of-state, we recommend that you check course enrollments with us before buying non-refundable airline tickets.
Credit and Transcripts
Credit is easily transferred to other schools. After completing a course, write to the address below to request a free transcript:
Campus Box 68
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0068
Send a letter with your name, student id, date of birth, address, dates of attendance, and complete mailing address. Be sure to sign your request. Unsigned requests cannot be honored due to a Federal regulation concerning official transcripts.
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