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Please note that the Cross-Registration site will be offline starting
Tuesday, June 28, 2022.

For more information on the temporary cross-registration process, please visit:

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Please note: Cross Registration applications will be processed in the order in which they were submitted. 
If you are visiting this site for the first time, please click Course Search to identify a course and create a profile on the site. If you are a returning user and wish to access your existing course applications, click LOGIN in the top-right corner. 
 Employees should complete this Employee-Cross-Registration and send to your Human Resources Office for approval.  

How to search for a course

  • If it is your first time searching, click Course Search
  • If you know the name of the Course - search by Course Name
  • If you are looking to browse courses, scroll down and search by institution or Department
  • You can save your searched courses by clicking the icon on the right next to the course name
  • Click Apply Now on your selected course(s) to login and complete the application(s) for your course(s) 

Cross-registration steps

  • Advisor and student discuss cross-registration plans, especially if courses are required to complete degree requirements. 
  • Student searches for the course through Course Search and completes the cross-registration form.  Students can select one or two alternative courses in the event that the first choice is filled. 
  • Students applying for a course with pre-requisites should upload a PDF copy of their unofficial transcript. 
  • During the designated cross-registration period, students complete this online application form which is then submitted to their home Registrar for approval. The home Registrar will review the application and forward the submitted application to the host institution, who will complete the course registration. Please note that this process could take 2-4 business days. (See timeline here)
  • Students who wish to drop a course must complete the paperwork with their host institution. Drop/add and course withdrawals are subject to deadlines at the host institution. 



The five member schools of the Colleges of the Fenway do not have the same academic calendar. All classes will start each semester within two weeks of each other. Students are responsible for following the calendar of the host institution. Students are also responsible for discussing housing needs with their home institution. If a conflict exists between calendars, it is the student’s responsibility to negotiate an acceptable resolution with the appropriate faculty members, i.e. final exams at the same time. During inclement weather classes cancel at one school may not be cancelled at another. It is the student’s responsibility to check for closings at both home and host institutions and attend classes that are held. All colleges list their closing on WBZ radio (1030 AM) and television (Channel 4-1). 

Course Fees

A cross-registered course is counted as part of the student’s academic load at the home institution and tuition is paid to the student’s home institution under the policies of that institution. All course-specific fees, such as lab fees or program fees associated with Travel Courses, are the responsibility of the student. 

Faculty Approval and Degree Requirements

It is the student’s responsibility to work with their academic or faculty advisor to determine whether or not a particular course satisfies the requirements for a major, minor, certification or license and graduation. The Registrars Office will help to facilitate this approval if needed. 

Policies of Host Institution 

All students taking a course at a host college must abide by all appropriate attendance policies, honor system, parking regulations, etc. at the host institution.
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