Apply & Register for Classes

Please review the following step-by-step application, registration and payment instructions. In order to qualify for the deeply discounted tuition of $800, educators must apply and receive approval to register at the discounted rate. Upon receiving approval to register, you’ll be invited to register yourself online in the class or classes of your choosing. This procedure is outlined in the tabs below.

You may enroll in a maximum of 6 semester hours (generally 2 classes) each semester.

Currently Viewing Spring 2024 Classes

Registration for Spring 2024 classes opens November 15. Classes start on Tuesday, January 16, 2024.

Application, Registration & Enrollment

  • 1. Review Classes

    Available Classes

    Review the list of classes to read class descriptions, see schedules and class locations, and learn about the professors by following their name links.

    Record the 5-digit CRN (course registration number) for the course(s) you’re interested in taking. You’ll need that CRN for Step 3: Register.

    Review Licensure Renewal Requirements

    Visit the Virginia Department of Education Licensure page for details on renewal requirements. Graduate classes count 90 points toward total renewal requirements. Be sure classes you plan to take will address any additional endorsement or licensure requirements.

    Contact your division professional development officer or licensure officer for additional information, or contact the Virginia DOE directly.

  • 2. Apply Online

    Apply Online

    Login to the application system using existing credentials (for anyone who has applied online for an SPCS degree) or select the option to Create a New Account.

    If you need to reset your password or create a new account, you’ll receive a confirmation email prompting you to set or reset a password. Upon logging in, complete the required fields and submit the form.

    • Your University of Richmond ID (UR ID) will be created (or re-activated for returning students).
    • Once processed, you’ll receive confirmation of your admission by email.
    • To access your UR ID, log into the self-service portal to view the admission letter.
    • Using your UR ID, you’ll be able to activate your network account.
  • 3. Register in BannerWeb

    After you have activated your network account successfully, you’ll be able to register for your class in BannerWeb.

    • Register online for your selected class via BannerWeb. You may use the Register by CRN feature (using the CRN you recorded in step 1) to quickly register for your course.
    • Your registration will generate an invoice that you’ll access in BannerWeb and/or receive to your UR email account.
    • Once registered, monitor BannerWeb for any changes.
  • 4. Make Payment

    Once you have registered for your class, you’ll receive an invoice to your UR email account and/or accessible in BannerWeb.

    • Make tuition payments via BannerWeb (select Student Services > Payment of Tuition and Fees) or in the Student Accounts Office as soon as possible.
    • Avoid late fees by making payment by the second day of classes. Late registration fee begins on the second day of classes.
    • Contact Student Accounts to make payment or with questions at (804) 289-8147.

    Review tuition, fees, and refund schedules.

  • 5. Review Dates

    Summer 2024

    Summer classes are offered by term.

    Registration Opens: Tuesday, March 19

    First Day of Classes

    • Monday, May 13 (6-Week I, 12-Week)
    • Monday, May 20 (5-Week I, 8-Week)
    • Monday, June 24 (5-Week II, 6-Week II)

    Late Payment Fee Begins: Varies by term

    Add/Drop Period Ends: Varies by term

    Last Day to Withdraw: Varies by erm

    No-class Holidays

    • Memorial Day: Monday, May 27
    • Juneteenth Holiday: Wednesday, June 19
    • Independence Day: Thursday, July 4

    Last Day of Classes

    • Saturday, June 22 (5-Week I)
    • Sunday, June 23 (6-Week I)
    • Saturday, July 13 (8-Week)
    • Saturday, July 27 (5-Week II)
    • Saturday, August 3 (6-Week II, 12-Week)

    Exam Period: Last day of term

    Last Day of Term: Same as last day of class

  • 6. Prep for Class

    The following resources will help you navigate your University of Richmond classroom experience.

    Check Your Email Regularly

    Once you activate your network account, use your network account credentials to access your University of Richmond email.

    You must use your UR email for all course-related messages, and all messages sent from SPCS and UR will be sent to your UR email address.

    Your invoice and payment notices will be sent to your UR email address.

    Access Blackboard

    Many instructors set up classes in Blackboard, the campus learning management system (LMS). If your instructor has set up your class in Blackboard, you must log into Blackboard prior to the start of class using your network account credentials.

    Order a Parking Permit

    Please contact Parking Services to register your vehicle and secure a parking permit. Vehicles can be registered online or in person at the Parking and Transportation office in the Special Programs Building. Parking permits are valid from August to July.

    All vehicles on campus must be registered and display a current parking permit or temporary parking pass. The SPCS parking permit allows the vehicle to be parked in lots C61 and C66 off College Road, the G Permit sections lot U6 off of UR Drive, and lot W87, Modlin Center parking lot off Westhampton Way. Faculty and staff lots are available to SPCS student vehicles after 5pm Monday through Friday.

    Confirm Payment Details & Final Course Location

    Use BannerWeb to make, complete or confirm tuition payment and review the final class location. Some class location changes may occur without notice up to the first day of class.

    Find Your Classroom

    Use a Campus Map to make your way to campus, find your classroom building and identify the nearest eligible parking lot. Faculty & staff parking lots are available to SPCS students after 5 p.m.

    Purchase Required Texts and Materials

    Purchase your textbooks online at the UR Bookstore, or contact the University Bookstore at (804) 289-8491. Some professors may post required text purchases in Blackboard. You must activate your network account to access Bannerweb, Blackboard, and email.