Graduate Student Registration
To view the course schedule, click here.
There are two ways to register:
1. Via MaloneXpress. Log in to MaloneXpress. Select the Student tab and then choose Schedule and Grades. Select Course Schedules. Under Add/Drop, choose the correct year and term and then select Complete the Registration Agreement form. Choose your answer and then Submit. In the Course Search tab, enter the beginning title or course code and choose Search. Select your desired course(s) by highlighting each course in numerical boxes and choose the Add Course(s) button.
For more detailed instructions with screenshots, see our Web Registration Quick Guide (PDF).
Please note web registration is not available to new students (first semester only), re-admit students, or MSN students. MSN students are automatically enrolled into their next lock-step courses.
2. Complete and return the Graduate Registration Form (PDF) to the Office of the Registrar via one of the options below:
Drop off your completed form to the Office of the Registrar located in Founders Hall between 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Fax your completed form to 330-471-8661. (Feel free to call our office at 330-471-8128 to confirm that we have received it.)
E-mail your completed form to email@example.com.
You can check your schedule on MaloneXpress. After logging in, select the Student tab, Schedule and Grades, and then your corresponding schedule.
Payment Plan Options:
Pay in full by using ePioneer on MaloneXpress or by calling the Business Office at 330-471-8113.
If you are registered for one term in a semester, two monthly installments can be made. If you are registered for two terms or a full semester, four monthly installments can be made.
Fall Term B payment is due upon registration.
If you plan to use company reimbursement, a copy of your company's current policy must be on file.
If you plan to use financial aid, your 2015-2016 FAFSA must be received and packaged for Fall registration.
Please note that an additional payment plan fee of $45 is applied when students use options 2 or 3 above.