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Oregon MPH Intercampus Registration Instructions for ALL Students
**Spring term intercampus registration is now closed**
- You must submit this online form for all intercampus (joint) registration course requests, no exceptions.
- The registration process can take time to complete, so you are encouraged to meet the priority registration deadline, especially if your financial aid depends upon completed registration. The priority registration deadline for intercampus/joint requests for spring term 2014 is MARCH 3rd. Requests may still be accepted after the prioirty date but we cannot guarantee the registration process and access to the course will be completed if submitted after this date. Please don't delay your request submission - there is only 1 week between winter and spring terms so it is a tight deadline.
- You do not need to seek permission from your advisor for core classes at other campuses. However, it is your responsibility to seek approval from your advisor to take other courses to ensure that the course you wish to take is applicable to your program of study. Once you receive the approval from your advisor please follow the instructions below to register for a class at another campus. You may be asked to provide this approval.
- Please note web-based and distance courses may involve additional fees.
- Online at OHSU: Because these are online courses and there is a maximum limit of 20 students per course, priority is given to students enrolled in the online track. Other students may enroll in the above courses on a space available, first come first served basis. For your online course, you need an e-mail provider that easily sends and receives attachments. Check with your home institution or the OMPH Program Office for an e-mail account.
- Ask the Program Office for information about Library or other access.
- If you wish to drop the class after requesting intercampus registration please notify us immediately so that we can free the "spot" in the course. However, notification to our office does NOT drop you from the course, you are ultimatley responsible to be sure that you drop the courses following the procedures at your campus. If you have questions please contact us.
OMPH Students Intercampus Registration Steps:
- Please complete the OMPH intercampus registration form below.
- The OMPH Program Office will email you receipt of this request. This does not guarantee enrollment in the course, only that the process is underway.
- The Program Office will obtain the instructor/department approval for students. This may take some time so please plan ahead. This approval is required.
- The Program Office will communicate your registration status once instructors/departments respond (accepted, waitlisted, etc).
- If accepted in the course, the Program Office will facilitate the registration paperwork with the administrative team and registrar at your home university. You will receive confirmation (or further instructions) at this time.
- If you have questions contact the Program Office directly at 503-725-5186 or email email@example.com.
What will the OMPH Program be up to during National Public Health Week 2014? We'll be:
- Kicking off the week by volunteering at the 2014 Health Care Equity Week Health Fair!;
- Facilitating the 2014 OMPH Student Poster Showcase; and
- Hosting an Alumni Connections luncheon!
Join us in celebrating, learning, and networking during National Public Health Week!