Online courses have asynchronous interactions; virtual courses have synchronous ones. The form are held on the university’s online learning platform, Canvas. The latter are typically held via Zoom webinars.قوقل بلاي

After the Add/Drop Deadline, students may no longer drop their courses, but it is possible, if they have the instructor's consent, to withdraw from them. A withdrawal records a "W" on the transcript. This is not an unsatisfactory grade, and so doesn't not impair academic standing. Withdrawals cannot be conducted online. Instead, submit the registration form with the instructor's signature. In lieu of a signature, you may attach to the form a print-out of an e-mail from the instructor - do not have the instructor e-mail the Registrar's Office directly. (Note: the instructor's permission is required even if the course has yet to begin.) The Registrar's Office will not process a withdrawal request submitted after the last day of the course.

Withdrawing results in either a partial or no refund of the course’s tuition depending on the date of the withdrawal. See the academic calendar for these deadlines.

As for adding courses, it is expected that all students complete their registration activity by the add/drop deadline (including for any courses that begin after this deadline). If serious extenuating circumstances occur, they may register after the deadline if they obtain the written approval of the instructor and their department/program chair. (These approvals do not guarantee that financial aid will be issued for the course’s tuition.) Students must submit to the Registrar’s Office a registration form with the instructor and student’s department/program chair’s signature and an attached explanation as to why an exception to the add deadline is warranted, the circumstances which caused the deadline to be missed, and the necessary steps that will be taken to avoid a similar occurrence in the future, and, if appropriate, supporting documentation such as a letter from a physician.

All students must register every Fall and Spring semester and, for some programs, Summer as well. Those who do not fall inactive. See the Maintaining Active Student Status and the Leave of Absence policies. 
The Registrar's Office cannot guide your course selection. Please contact your program. 
Under the MyCIIS “Registrar” tab, click the Search and Register for Courses  link in the left-hand menu. There you’ll be able to download a Class Schedule Overview. You can also see the electronic version of the schedule, which will include course descriptions.
You can register online by logging into MyCIIS and going to the Registration Search and Register for Courses  page. Click here to see an instructional video (may take time to load). Alternatively, you can submit a hard copy Registration Form.
If it's before the Add/Drop Deadline, you may drop a course; if it's after, you may not, but you may withdraw from it if you have the instructor's permission. A withdrawal records a "W" on the transcript. This is not an unsatisfactory grade, and will not put you on academic probation. Drops can be conducted online or by hard copy by using the Registration Form. Withdrawals cannot be be conducted online. Instead, submit the Registration Form with the instructor's signature. In lieu of a signature, you may attach to the Registration Form a print-out of an e-mail from the instructor - do not have the instructor e-mail the Registrar's Office directly. The instructor's permission is required even if the course has yet to begin. The Registrar's Office will not process a withdrawal request submitted after the last day of the course.
- Do you have a hold? See “Holds” descriptions in the question below.
- Is there a prerequisite for the class? Check course's information in the class schedule or catalog.
- Double-check the term, the course code, and the course section number.
- Is it now after the semester's Add/Drop Deadline ? If so, you will need permission from the course's instructor and your dept./program chair. Submit a hard copy registration form with their signatures and a written appeal for an exception to the policy that registrations must be conducted by this deadline. Further information can be found on the back of the registration form.
- Were you in a different program in the previous semester? For administrative reasons you will need to register via hard copy. Submit the registration form. Next semester you will be able to register online. 
See the Registration and Grading Policies webpage for an overview of the holds that we apply. You can use this to determine which office to contact if you have a question about the hold.
It is not possible to register online for a course which has a schedule conflict with another course you’re taking. You can register for one of the courses online, but the other will require the submission of a hard copy registration form with the instructor’s signature. In lieu of a signature, you may attach an e-mail from the instructor to the registration form. Do not ask the instructor to e-mail the Registrar’s Office. 
You are waitlisted in the order of enrollment. If a seat becomes available be added to the course and notified by the Registrar’s Office. If one does not become available by the Add/Drop Deadline, you will not be added, as waitlists are purged after that date.
You may attend the first class meeting if you have the instructor’s permission. If there are registrants who did not attend, the instructor may give their seats to the waitlisted students in the order they appear on the waitlist. Bring a registration form . If the instructor permits you to add, have them sign the form. Bring this to the Registrar’s Office. It will be processed only if 1) the Registrar’s Office confirms the waitlist order and 2) the capacity of the class is not exceeded.
It is not possible to register online as an auditor, as auditing requires the instructor’s written approval. Either obtain the instructor’s signature on the Registration Form (or the Special Student Application) or attach an e-mail from the instructor to the form. Do not ask the instructor to e-mail the Registrar’s Office.
- Before the Add/Drop deadline, drop the course and re-register for it, following the above guidelines. If the course has a waitlist, you will be placed at the end of it, so be sure to inquire whether a course has a waitlistbefore you drop it.
 
-   After the Add/Drop deadline, withdraw from the course and re-register for it, following the guidelines above. After the Add/Drop Deadline, withdrawing and re-registering must be done via the hard copy Registration Form and requires the instructor’s written consent. Withdrawing will result in partial or no reversal of the course's tuition charge. Your transcript will also document a “W” for the withdrawn course. 
Yes. This is called Special Student registration. It requires the approval of the chair of the department/program in which the course is housed. Download the Special Student Application. If you are auditing, you will also need to obtain the instructor’s signature. In lieu of a signature, you may attach an e-mail to the application . Contact the academic program to find out how to reach the chair or instructor.
No.
Up to one-sixth of a degree program’s units may be satisfied through coursework taken as a Special Student.
 
Submit a registration form signed by your department/program chair.
CIIS recommends to instructors that they post their syllabi to the Canvas course space six weeks before the course beings, and requires they post it at least one week before. This space is only available to the registrants of the course. Some programs post syllabi to their MyCIIS program page, which can be found under the Academics tab.