Engineering Registrar Office

Engineering Registrar staff have transitioned to remote work operations. 

For general information please visit our main page.

For information on CoE's plan for fall reopening please visit Reopening Resources.

Please send all general inquiries to Engineering Registrar.

Fall 2020 Updates

Last updated October 2, 2020


Project team, independent study section or research course enrollment

The add deadline for courses listed in the class roster as ‘Project Session Full’ (PR1) is Friday, October 2, 2020. 

This is a hard deadline.

Students may petition to add a PR1 course after October 2nd (add-drop form with department approval also required) but please note only those with extenuating circumstances will be accepted.


Regular Academic Session class

To add or swap a class, students must complete an add/drop form

The form requires both your faculty advisor’s signature as well as the offering department’s approval.

Once you have filled out both forms and acquired the necessary approvals, please forward all paperwork directly to eng_registrar@cornell.edu.


Add or drop a Seven Week 1 class

To add or drop a Seven Week 1 class, both a petition and add/drop form are required.

The add/drop form requires your faculty advisor’s signature as well as the offering department’s approval.

Once you have filled out both forms and acquired the necessary approvals, please forward all paperwork directly to eng_registrar@cornell.edu.

 

Mission

The Engineering Registrar serves the students, faculty, and staff of the College of Engineering in a variety of ways. Our office is responsible for ensuring the accurate and efficient recording of grades, maintaining the integrity of student records, and ensuring that engineering students have the necessary qualifications to receive the Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University.

Are you a fully registered student?

The Office of the University Registrar determines students registration status. In order to be considered registered, a student must:

  • Complete course enrollment
  • Settle all financial accounts, including current semester tuition
  • Satisfy New York State health requirements
  • Clear any holds whether from:
    • Bursar's Office
    • Cornell Health
    • Judicial Administrator
    • Dean of your college

That's it! If you meet these four criteria, you qualify as a registered student.

Check your registration status and view your holds by visiting Student Center.