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In order to begin the registration process as a newly admitted graduate student, you must first schedule a personalized advising appointment with your program advisor. In this appointment you will review your program's academic requirements, discuss course availability, and obtain your unique registration code.

Save your seat. Contact your advisor and register, today.

College of Arts and Sciences

Actuarial Science, Mathematics

Wanwan Huang

Biology, Biotechnology and Chemical Sciences

Robert Seiser

Biomedical Sciences

Kelly Wentz-Hunter

Clinical Psychology (Doctoral)

Susan Torres-Harding

Community Development and Action, Sociology

Pamela Robert

Computer Science

Sivling Lam

Conflict and Mediation

Carrie Lausen

Counseling Psychology: Counseling Practice and Clinical Psychology (Master’s)

Bibiana Adames

Creative Writing

Christian TeBordo


Gary Langer


Margie Rung

Industrial Organizational Psychology (Master's)

Joe Mazzola

Industrial Organizational Psychology (Doctoral)

Adrian Thomas

Integrated Marketing Communications

Marian Azzaro

Public Administration

Anna Marie Schuh

College of Business

Hospitality and Tourism Management

Carol Brown

Organization Development

Donnette Noble

Real Estate

Collete English Dixon 

College of Education

Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Special Education

Laura Lag

Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling

Lilibeth Castillo

Dual Language Teacher Leadership, Instructional Leadership, Second Language Special Education, Teaching and Learning, Students-at-Large (Endorsement-Only)

Laura Lag

Training and Development

Tara Hawkins


Margaret Policastro

Chicago College of Performing Arts

Information regarding advising and course registration within the Chicago College of Performing Arts' Music and Theatre Conservatories will be provided directly to students by the respective advisor.

College of Pharmacy

Information regarding advising and course registration within the College of Pharmacy will be provided directly to students by the college's enrollment staff.