Students are assigned an enrollment appointment window each semester for pre-registration.
Enrollment appointments are assigned based on the following rank: Classification,
Units Earned, USM grade point average.
Enrollment appointment windows (timeframes) are shown on the students SOAR self service
Students who receive this message are attempting to pre-register prior to their enrollment
appointment window. The enrollment appointment window is shown on SOAR in the blue
boxes on the right within Self Service.
Students who withdraw will only need to reapply to the University IF they have remained
out of school for a complete fall and/or spring semester
Students wanting to withdraw must submit the request via their SOAR student center
under My classes > drop > Drop All Classes link. Students will be contacted
by various USM faculty and/or staff members to discuss issues surrounding the withdrawal
and any other alternatives.
Undergraduate students who wish to re-enroll may complete the Undergraduate Reapplication
request online via https://www.usm.edu/admissions/apply.php or contact the Office of Admissions Processing in Kennard-Washington Hall, room 202.
Unless given a restriction due to admission policy, students are allowed to take a
maximum of 19 hours (fall/spring) or 14 hours (summer) without special permission.
Students wanting to take more than the maximum hours allowed may request an overload
from their academic department.
Graduate students must receive permission for an overload of hours from the Graduate
Students who need proof of enrollment may request an enrollment verification via their
SOAR self service page or by contacting the Enrollment Verification Specialist in
the Registrar’s Office in Kennard-Washington Hall, room 110. The SOAR page will redirect
students to the National Student Clearinghouse website that contains term enrollment
Course fees are additional fees associated with the individual class or delivery method.
These fees are in addition to the general tuition fees and may or may not be covered
by some scholarships or aid.
Examples of courses fees could include labs, online delivery, mini session, etc.