Registration opens November 12th.
Classes begin January 21st.
Please see our Course Registration page for instructions.
Lehigh University Distance Education (DE) students are able to register online via Lehigh’s Registration & Academic Services website, using any web-enabled browser. You can refer to the Calendar for complete dates and deadlines.
Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page for additional information.
Registration & Academic Services offers video guides here.
The following are courses available through the Lehigh University Office of Distance Education. Information is subject to change without notice. Please call 610-758-6210 for further information.
You can also Browse Classes by Semester by going to the Registration & Academic Services (RAS) website at: https://registration.lehigh.edu/StudentRegistrationSsb/ssb/registration.
An ADD/DROP form signed by the student's advisor must be submitted to The Office of Registration & Academic Services before the deadlines noted above, to be official. No course may be dropped after the eleventh week of classes during a term as noted on the University Calendar.
Tuition will be refunded according to the pro-rated schedule determined by the Bursar's Office Refund Policy.
Fees are non-refundable after the start of the course.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the DE Office at 610-758-6210 or the department of your program of study. You can find the contact information for your department of study through our Programs page.
During the course of graduate study, students may find themselves in circumstances that require them to interrupt their graduate work. When these occasions arise, the University allows students to request a leave of absence for either personal or medical reasons.
To confirm eligibility for a leave, please be sure to review this policy in the current University catalog at the following link: http://catalog.lehigh.edu/graduatestudyandresearch/graduateleaveofabsence/
Students are required to submit an official Leave of Absence Request form.
An approved leave of absence extends the time-to-degree deadline for the length of the approved leave, but only up to the university-mandated maximum of two years.
When ready to resume graduate study, students are required to complete the Graduate Readmission Form, available at the following link: http://lehigh.edu/go/gradreadmit
Students who take a leave from graduate study without requesting an official leave of absence will be required to petition the Standing of Graduate Students (SOGS) committee for readmission if they've been away from the University for more than one year. Unapproved leaves count toward the two-year leave maximum.
For more details, please be sure to review this policy in the current University catalog at the following link: http://catalog.lehigh.edu/graduatestudyandresearch/graduateleaveofabsence/