If Your Registration is Blocked
Your registration may be blocked if you fail to meet an obligation to the University. This includes, but is not limited to, failure to pay registration fees or other outstanding debts, failure to declare a major, and failure to submit requested documentation to certain offices. If you have a financial or administrative block, you are still allowed to enroll in classes through Tele-BEARS, but you will not be officially registered, and therefore ineligible for campus services. Any grades earned will not be posted to your transcript until the block is cleared. If you have an academic block, you are not able to use Tele-BEARS at all until the block is cleared. You can determine whether or not your registration is blocked by checking Bear Facts.
You have the right to request a hearing with the blocking office for the purpose of disputing the claimed obligation or other basis for the block. You have the right to be represented and to present information and witnesses, as well as question information relied upon by the University. You also have the right to appeal the outcome of the hearing to the Office of the Registrar.
Clearing Your Block
For financial and administrative blocks, you must contact the office that placed the block, as indicated on Bear Facts. For academic blocks, you must contact the dean's office of your college or school.