Submission of a common form is a request that will be considered and is not guaranteed to be granted.
This form is for non-Isenberg students interested in enrolling in an Isenberg course.
The form is for students to request a Finance course that they themselves cannot register for on SPIRE.
This form is for HTM students to request assistance with enrollment in HT-MGT courses they are unable to register for in SPIRE.
The form is for students to request a Management course that they themselves cannot register for on SPIRE.
This form is for students to request a Marketing course that they themselves cannot register for on SPIRE.
Sport Management students should be able to enroll in any courses for which they are eligible using the SPIRE course registration system. If you are not a Sport Management major or do not meet the eligibility requirements, you may request a course override.
OIM students should use this document to help them through SPIRE waitlist enrollment process for OIM courses.
Independent Study courses are for academic coursework only. Three credits is the usual number of credits earned for an Independent Study; however, the number of credits available varies between one and six. Only in an unusual case will the credit hours granted exceed three.
This is NOT a University Registration Form.
The Credit Overload Request Form is used by Isenberg School of Management students to request an increase in their credit limit for any given semester.
You may drop a class in Spire, with no record, through the 7th day of the semester. No form is used in this process.
You may withdraw from a class in Spire after the add/period ends and before the mid-semester date. A letter grade of W will appear on your transcript and does not impact your GPA. No form is used in this process.
The Late Course Withdrawal Petition form is used by current Isenberg students to petition the Academic Dean for course withdrawal after the withdrawal deadline.
The Pass/Fail Petition Form is for Isenberg students to request a course to be changed from letter grading to pass/fail after the mid-semester date.