Cross-Registration (ARCHE)

ARCHE Cross Registration is a program developed and sponsored by the Atlanta Regional Council for Higher Education. The program allows students at member institutions to broaden their academic experience by registering for courses at other member colleges and universities. View a complete list of ARCHE institutions.

Courses are taken on a space available basis. The student is registered at the host institution as a "special" student only. Cross Registration does not constitute regular admission and the student has access only to those facilities needed to successfully complete the course(s). Students must be full-time, degree-seeking, and in good standing to participate.

Due to inclement weather, the start of the spring 2018 semester has been delayed by two days. Subsequently, the add/drop/swap period has also been extended. Please be advised that visiting students' enrollments in Emory courses may be delayed until January 25 or 26 (depending on the school at Emory). Please refer to the academic calendar for further information.

Emory Students

Emory University students who wish to enroll for courses at an ARCHE member institution must complete a Cross Registration application form and receive approval from their school dean or academic advisor, and the University Registrar.

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Visiting Students

Students from other ARCHE member institutions who wish to enroll at Emory University must contact their home institution ARCHE cross registration coordinator for information and application. 

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Cross-Registration FAQs

Please see the link below for frequently asked questions.

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