OEO REGISTRATION AND DROP POLICY
Please note that students are NOT fully registered in Office of Education Outreach courses until their tuition payment is received.
There are two basic methods of enrollment: a paper registration or Instant (online) Enrollment (IE). Here are the details:
INSTANT ENROLLMENT (IE) INSTRUCTIONS
Instant (online) Enrollment (IE) is available for students registering for OEO initial licensure on-site and distance courses. A credit card is required to use Instant Enrollment. Students using Instant Enrollment are immediately registered for their selected course(s).
- Please click HERE to access WebAdvisor.
- At the top of the page, choose the second white link,
“Register With Instant Enrollment”.
- In the second “Course Code Number” box, please enter the number of the
course that you’re interested in taking.
- The list of available courses will appear. Select the box next to the desired
course and hit the “Submit” button at the bottom of the screen.
- Continue with the registration process by answering the remaining questions.
Students using Instant Enrollment (IE) will receive a registration confirmation
email to the personal email address provided during the IE process.
For textbook information, go to Shenandoah.bkstr.com, select the “Books” tab
and enter your course information.
If you experience registration difficulties with the IE process, please contact Jamie Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: the best way to see ALL Education Outreach courses listed under Instant Enrollment is to select “Education Outreach Office”under the Course Type heading when searching for courses. The second field is called, “Course Code Number”, please type the course number in this box, then hit submit. This will bring up a screen with every course being offered through the Office of Education Outreach by that number. You will be able to select the course that best fits your location needs, (i.e. online, Winchester, the Northern Virginia Campus, etc.). Students using Instant Enrollment will receive a registration confirmation email to the personal email address provided during the IE process.
SPECIAL NOTE FOR SPONSORED STUDENTS: Please note that sponsored students must enroll for courses through their school’s website or via a paper registration. Please contact Shenandoah University’s Coordinator of Education Outreach at (540)-535-3552 for sponsored student registration questions.
PAPER REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS
DOWNLOAD the Visiting Student Registration Form then choose your preferred method of registration.
- By U.S. Mail
1460 University Drive
Winchester, VA 22601
- By Fax
Fax the completed registration form with your VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover account information to (540) 665-5433
- By Phone (Credit card payments ONLY)
VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover
- In Person
Visit Hornet Central, located on main campus in Winchester.
Hornet Central is located in the Wilkins Building (building #8 on the main campus map) on L.P. Hill Drive.
Or in Leesburg, visit us at our Northern Virginia campus at 44160 Scholar Plaza on 7E; telephone is (571) 223-0238.
DROP POLICY FOR OEO CLASSES
A student may drop a course and receive a full refund as long as the request is in writing PRIOR to the second meeting of an ONSITE class. If the class is a DISTANCE class, the request must be made within 7 calendar days of the first class.
The drop request must include your name, student ID #, title and location of the course. You must EMAIL your request to drop a class to: Mrs. Jamie Johnson: email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: Verbal requests to drop a class are NOT honored. No refunds will be issued for dropped classes after the period described above.
COURSE WITHDRAWAL POLICY
Students may withdraw from an OEO course in Fall and Spring according to the published withdrawal dates in Shenandoah University’s Academic Calendars. Links to Shenandoah University’s Academic Calendars can be found here.
A Summer course withdrawal is based on the length of the course. For OEO Summer courses, a student is able to withdraw prior to 60% of course completion. So the withdrawal date will vary based upon the start date of the Summer course. For example, a Summer Two course may be only six weeks in length. 60% of 6 weeks is 3.6 weeks from the beginning of the course. So students could withdraw from a class anytime up until 3.6 weeks of the course has completed.
For exact Summer withdrawal dates, students should contact Hornet Central at 540-665-4514.
Note: Technical support, business office and registration support is, at best, limited on weekends and holidays for students. Please refer to your course syllabus for instructor contact information and office hours. Weekend/holiday emails to Education Outreach personnel will be addressed as a priority on Monday mornings or the first workday after a holiday, whichever comes first.