Students may select cross registration courses during the initial registration period.
In RaPS, select courses in Manage Schedule and proceed to Register for Courses. Cross registration does not process until after the initial registration period closes.
Cross Registration Deadlines
August 28 Initial registration closes August 29 Cross registration processes
Note: Home location students receive priority and when initial registration closes, there must be space available in the course for registration request to process.
Cross Registration Policies and Procedures
GSM Policies and Procedures, Section 2.6.5: All students can take up to a total of 15 units of cross registration courses during their matriculation at the GSM. Not all courses are taught in all locations and students are advised to make cross registration requests judiciously with this in mind.
Cross Registration Process
MBA students can request cross registration in courses at other GSM campuses, given the following conditions:
Sacramento Courses: If you would like to take a Sacramento course, there is no additional fee. Only textpaks (if required) are included in the course fee.
Bay Area Courses: If you would like to take a course in the Bay Area MBA Program, the course differential fee is $100/unit ($300/3 units). The fee includes required textbooks, textpaks, meals, parking and other higher fixed costs. Optional textbooks are not included.
Order your books using our online textbook form. Review textbook and textpak ordering instructions here. All cross registration enrollment must be confirmed prior to ordering textbooks.
Allow 5 to 7 business days from the time you submit the order to receive your books.
If you have questions or concerns regarding textbooks, please contact Caroll Sandifor, Bay Area Instructional and Operations Manager.
Cross Registration is processed through RaPS after the close of initial registration. As with all registration, cross registration enrollments are prioritized based on the date/time stamp of a student’s registration.
After initial registration closes, cross registration processing begins. Within 24 hours, once it has been verified that space is available in the course, you will receive an automated enrollment confirmation email.
Key Card Information for UC Davis-Sacramento Education Building
You will need your access/card badge to enter the Education Building and the GSM office after hours. These keycards function as your ID badge and are required because the building is part of a medical campus. Once your cross registration enrollment is confirmed, the GSM administration will have a security badge created for you. You will be contacted by Rodney Alexander, the Sacramento instructional and operations manager, when your card is ready to be picked up. This process can take up to two weeks.
Information returned from the instructor will be available at the GSM front desk at the Sacramento Education Building. Students only have a mailbox at their home campus.
Bay Area Program Information
Do not purchase course materials. If you do purchase textbooks yourself, you will NOT be reimbursed.
Required textbooks, textpaks, meals, refreshments and parking are included with your course fee. Optional textbooks are not included.
Returned assignments will be available at the Bishop Ranch front desk. Students will only have a mailbox at their home campus.
Returning Textbooks after Dropping a Course
Your course fees covers your textbooks for enrolled courses only. If you drop a course you need to return all textbooks in mint condition or you will be charged for the replacement cost of the book.
Bishop Ranch 15 (building 12647) requires an access card for entrance to the suite. Students, faculty and staff are allowed access via their access cards 24/7. Daytime students can use their access card for Gallagher Hall. If you experience issues or need a replacement card, please contact Caroll Sandifor at the Bishop Ranch 15 reception area.
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