Courses and Registration

 

 

Courses
After completing the set of required first-year courses, students at Iowa plan their own courses of study from a rich menu of mainstream, specialized, and clinical offerings. Upper-class students at the college register for classes using ISIS. Course schedule information is provided at the college and course descriptions can be reviewed through the Guide to Courses provided below or through ISIS.

Guide to Courses [pdf]
The University of Iowa General Catalog
May/August 2014 Intersession Offerings [pdf]
Spring 2015 Course Offerings [pdf]
Spring 2015 Class Times [pdf]
Fall 2014 Course Offerings [pdf]
Fall 2014 Class Times [pdf]
Summer 2014 Course Offerings [pdf]
Spring 2014 Course Offerings [pdf]
Spring 2014 Class Times [pdf]
Fall 2013 Course Offerings [pdf]
Fall 2013 Class Times [pdf]
Fall 2013 Exam Schedule [pdf]
Academic Requirements Overview [pdf]
How to Earn Writing Units [pdf]
Lottery Points Needed for Past Fall Semester Classes [pdf]
Lottery Points Needed for Past Spring Semester Classes [pdf]
Prerequisite Course Requirements [pdf]
Registering for Non-Law Courses (includes form) [pdf]
Request for More Than/Less Than Full-Time Registration [pdf]
Listing of Law Courses in ISIS Enter 091 for Department
Course Web Sites on ICON
College of Law Bookstore

 

Past Courses

Fall 2011 Course Offerings [pdf]
Spring 2012 Course Offerings [pdf]
Summer 2012 Course Offerings [pdf]
Fall 2012 Course Offerings [pdf]
Spring 2013 Course Offerings [pdf]
Summer 2013 Course Offerings and Class Times [pdf]

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Registration
Upper-class students will register for courses during open enrollment periods through ISIS, which will tell you when you are eligible to register.

Preregistration Preferences
Some courses require preregistration. The purpose of requesting preregistration preferences is to permit as many people as possible to take the courses they want up to the maximum enrollment figure. Limited enrollment preference sheets are included with the registration packets that are provided during open enrollment periods. Seminar enrollment sheets are a separate part of this process. Students are notified prior to the ISIS enrollment period about the limited enrollment classes in which they will be allowed to enroll.

Register using ISIS
ISIS Instructions on How to Register [pdf]

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Contact the Registrar

In person

Deb Paul is Iowa Law's Registrar. Her office is located inside the administrative suite on the second floor of Boyd Law Building, in the east wing. Ask at the front desk for Deb Paul's availability.

Phone

(319) 335-9080

Email

debra-paul@uiowa.edu

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