To view the summer 2016 course list without a Lewis & Clark user-name and password, follow this link: Search for Sections.
- Select the Term “CAS - Summer 2016” from the drop-down menu.
- Check the “Open Sections Only” box at the bottom of the search page.
- Click “Submit.” (In step 2, you can also narrow your search further by course subject, level or other criteria.)
- Check the Course Schedule for the course number, section number, credits, days, times and any course fees associated with your selected classes.
Print out and complete the Summer 2016 Registration and Payment Form.
Registration Forms and payment should be mailed to:
CAS Registrar’s Office
Lewis & Clark College, MSC 108
0615 SW Palatine Hill Road
Portland, OR 97219-7899
Registrations may also be hand-delivered to the CAS Registrar’s Office. The office is located in Templeton Student Center, first floor south, and is open weekdays from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
Please note that we will not be able to register a student for class until payment is received. New students will receive confirmation of their registration by email, if they provide their email address on the registration form.
Early registration is encouraged. If insufficient registration is received for any course by May 9 (for Session I) or by June 20 (for Session II), the class will be canceled and students notified by email. Students will have the option of obtaining a tuition refund or registering for a different course.
Summer tuition and fees are due on the first day of the summer session you are attending. Details regarding payment procedures may be found on the Tuition and Payment page.
Questions? Call the CAS Registrar’s Office at (503) 768-7335
Policies and Procedures
Course descriptions (including prerequisites) may be accessed through WebAdvisor. See the Courses page.
A course prerequisite indicates the background needed for successful completion of the course. Students who have questions after reading a course description may contact the instructor.
Courses numbered 100-299 are lower-division; those numbered 300-499 are upper-division undergraduate courses.
Final examinations are administered on the last day of class unless otherwise specified by the instructor.
A course with insufficient enrollment may be canceled. In such an event, students may receive a tuition refund or register for a different course. The College reserves the right to cancel or modify any course and to change dates, times, and instructors as necessary.