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Frequently Asked Questions

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Q: Is there still time to enroll in the current semester's distance learning classes?
A: Prospective students may enroll up until classes begin. There is a late check-in fee after the first week of class if a student hasn't made any contact with their SAS Rep - so ENROLL TODAY.

Academic Calendar: Check current schedule of activities
Current Students: Enroll through Peoplesoft (Instructions)
New Students: Apply Now to the graduate program of your choice -or- attend as a non-matriculated student.  To enroll, complete the Non Matriculated Information and Student Application available from the SAS website.
 
Q: How much?
A: You can find the current year tuition and fees listed here.

Q: There is an online course offered that I would like to take.  Can I enroll even if I have not applied to Clarkson University’s graduate program?
A: Yes!  Online classes are available to non-matriculated (non-degree) students.  To enroll, complete the Non Matriculated Information and Student Application form available from the SAS website.


Tuition and charges for non-matriculated students are assessed per semester hour for each course.  A $50 deposit is required at time of enrollment.  If your employer is going to reimburse for the cost of the class(es), complete the Employer Reimbursement Form at the time you enroll. 

Q: Do I need to resubmit an Employer Reimbursement form every semester?
A: Beginning Fall 2012, students submit an Employer Reimbursement form just once per academic year (July 1st - June 30th)*.  The process does require students to submit a copy of your employer's reimbursement policy along with the completed form.  Students will only be cleared at check-in if all paperwork is complete.  Download the form from www.clarkson.edu/sas/forms and the fax number is on the form (315-268-6452).  You will still need to complete your online check in prior to the first day of class.
*ELDP Students need only submit once.  See ELDP form.

 

More about Clarkson's Distance Learning

We know that students learn from each other.  Diversity among traditional and distance learning students enriches the experience modeling our global marketplace.

Professor Stephanie Schuckers, PhD is "pleased with the professional example that the distance community sets for our on-campus students, further motivating the reward of academic experience."

Professor Schuckers viewing computer lab