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Visiting Graduate Student Registration
If our location is convenient for you, take classes here, and put the credits toward your graduate degree. This option may be suitable for public school teachers, as well as a variety of other professions.
Registration for visiting graduate students begins March 2.
Open registration for visiting graduate students begins April 6.
If You Have Never Registered or Applied to Salem State
We offer a streamlined, self-serve process so visiting graduate students can register. Once you complete the self-service process, you will receive a login and student account to register.
If You Have Registered Before
Students who have applied to or attended Salem State before, either as a graduate or as an undergraduate, will not be able to use the Self-Service tool. If this describes you, select "Account Help" from the Navigator login page to reset your password, or contact the Student Navigation Center.
When you visit Salem State, you’ll be impressed by how the quality of our classes and how they align with your degree needs.
Choose Your Classes
To search for classes, go to Navigator and click class search. Keep in mind that you can take up to 3 graduate courses or 9 graduate credits before you have to enroll in a Salem State program.
Talk to Your Program Coordinator
You aren’t required to get advice from a program coordinator to visit as a graduate student, but you may want to reach out if you think you will switch to Salem State for your graduate program.
Return to Navigator to register, and click new non-degree or non-credit.
Find out how to earn a certificate or take a class or two before making a decision. If you are about to go over three courses or want to enroll in one of our graduate programs, start the process today.
Get the Answers
Talk to a Graduate Program Coordinator or reach out to the School of Graduate Studies for program-specific advice. For everything else, turn to the Student Navigation Center.
Student Navigation Center Hours
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 am-5 pm
Friday: 10 am-5 pm
Central Campus, 2nd Floor, Classroom Building