Registration Information

 Registration Process

Students are enrolled in a variety of ways depending on their academic program and year.  The following chart defines what type(s) of registration are utilized for each group.  Block registration means that the registrar’s office will enroll students as directed by the academic program. Flexible, or Self-Registration means the students must enroll themselves.


Block Registration

Flexible or Self- Registration via TouroOne

COM 1st and 2nd year

COM 3rd and 4th  years will be enrolled by the registrar as directed by the program




COP, 1st and 2nd year

COP, 3rd and 4th year





PA (core classes)

PA (electives)












NOTE: If there are any holds on your student account (e.g. a bursar hold or an immunization hold), you will NOT be able to register for any courses or rotations until the hold has been cleared

All students are required to  check the accuracy of their registration online via TouroOne before the start of the term.   Students are encouraged to actively review their TouroOne account to view registration, student account, financial aid and other critical administrative information related to student academic records. Please see the university calendar posted on the registrar website for current registration and other important deadlines. Failure to register by the deadlines posted will exclude the student from attending classes. Students who register late will be charged a late registration penalty. Full tuition and fees and any prior debts must be paid in full on or before registration day each academic term. Students who fail to register during a semester, or whose efforts  to register fail to conform with university and academic program regulations, may not at the end of such semester receive credit for courses or parts of courses completed.

Late Registration

A student registering after classes have begun, must obtain the written permission of the Dean of the School in which the student is enrolled. Permission of the instructor in each course  is also required in all such cases. A late registration fee of $50.00 will be assessed against all late registrants.


Continuous Enrollment

Students must register for a minimum of 3 credit hours each semester to maintain active student status. Students with fewer than six graduate units may not be eligible for Financial Aid, but are considered an active student. Students who are progressing in the completion of their thesis or dissertation are required to register for a continuation course each semester until the thesis or dissertation is completed and is given final approval.  Students who do not register as required may and for whom more than 365 days have elapsed since the date of last attendance may be administratively separated from the university and would then be required to reapply for admission should they wish to continue. Exceptions to this would be a request for a leave of absence. Leave of absences are made only with the approval of the academic program and university registrar; see Leave of Absence section of this catalog for a more complete explanation.



All Touro University California students will utilize TouroOne, the Online Student Information System, to register for their courses/rotations.

If a student needs to change their registration (add or drop a class), the student can add courses through  Web until the online registration period has closed.  Once online registration has closed, students will need to submit an add/drop form for all changes.

Registration and add/drop forms may be submitted in person to 609 Walnut Ave, by by fax to 707-638-5267 or by email to



It is the student's responsibility to ensure that all courses are registered correctly and that all grades have been recorded accurately.

A student is considered full-time if he/she has enrolled in nine (9) units or more during a semester. If a student is enrolled in less than nine (9) units during a semester, he/she is considered part-time.

Financial aid is available for eligible students enrolled in a minimum of six (6) units per semester.