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Priority Registration

In accordance with §23-9.2:3.7 C of the Code of Virginia, the University establishes the following guidelines on priority course enrollment for military-related students.

Eligible Students

For the purposes of these guidelines, the following are defined as military-related students:

Demonstrating Eligibility

To demonstrate eligibility for priority course enrollment, a student must submit both the Military Priority Enrollment Request Form and proof of military-related status. Materials may be submitted in person, via e-mail, via fax, or via postal mail to UREG. Students will be notified via e-mail as to the status of their eligibility.

Any of the following are sufficient to document proof of military-related status:

To demonstrate eligibility for the ensuing Summer Session or fall semester, documentation must be received by March 1. To demonstrate eligibility for the ensuing January Term or spring semester, documentation must be received by October 1. These deadlines apply to students in the undergraduate, graduate, and law careers within the Student Information System (SIS). For students in the graduate business career, to demonstrate eligibility for the ensuing academic year, documentation must be received by June 30.

Priority Course Enrollment

For the purposes of these guidelines, the following constitutes priority course enrollment, for the fall and spring semesters, for each career within the Student Information System (SIS):

For January Term and Summer Session, military-related students are assigned enrollment appointment dates in the first enrollment group.

Communicating Eligibility

To ensure eligible students are aware of these guidelines, the University will communicate the availability of priority course enrollment through the following mechanisms:

Students are responsible for demonstrating eligibility for priority course enrollment.

Questions

You may contact the Veterans' Affairs Coordinator if you have additional questions.

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