Registering for Classes
Don’t know what course to register for?
All Legal Studies students should contact their faculty advisor prior to registering for their courses. If you are uncertain what courses you should be taking, please contact your faculty advisor. If you do not know your faculty advisor and you are an undergraduate student, please contact Jaimie Newby at (217) 206-8386 or email@example.com If you do not know your faculty advisor and you are a graduate student, please contact Rebekah Grosboll at (217) 206-8545 or firstname.lastname@example.org. When contacting the Legal Studies Department include your full name and UIN.
Need to know how to register for courses online?
For information on registering for classes please go to the UIS Registration website. Prior to registering for classes you must have your Enterprise ID and password. Please click here for information on establishing your Enterprise ID. If you do not have your Enterprise ID, please establish it here. For tips on registering, please click here. Register now by clicking here.
Having problems registering for a Legal Studies course?
If you have difficulty registering for a Legal Studies course, please email the Legal Studies Department Secretary, at email@example.com. Please include the following: your first and last name; your UIS UIN; the name, section and CRN number of the course in which you want to enroll; and the type of registration error (copy and paste the error number / description) you received.
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Not a Legal Studies student, but want to take a Legal Studies course?
If you are not a Legal Studies student, but you wish to enroll in a Legal Studies course, please email Dr. Jordan, Chair of the Legal Studies Department, at firstname.lastname@example.org. When emailing Professor Jordan, please entitle your email “Request for Department Override”, and include the following information in your email: your first and last name; your UIS UIN; the name, section and CRN number of the course in which you want to enroll; and the reason why you want to enroll in the course.