Once you have confirmed your enrollment, you will receive a “permission to register” email that provides class CRN (Course Registration Number), Course Number, and Course Title.
*Registration begins May 1st.
Follow the online registration instructions.
Under Colorado law and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment regulations, graduate students born since January 1, 1957, who attend one or more in-person classes are required to:
You will be charged a $25 late fee if you miss these deadlines. You will be blocked from registering for future terms until FLC receives your immunization records.
Contact your physician, public health department, Veterans Affairs, etc., and ask them to complete the Certificate of Immunization for College Students Form.
Submit the form via:
Student Health Center Fort Lewis College1000 Rim DriveDurango, CO 81301
Please direct any questions to the Student Health Center at 970-247-7355.
Fill out these forms if they apply to you:
All degree programs offer scholarship funding. Apply by April 1 for priority consideration. Scholarship applications will continue to be accepted until all funds are awarded.
Find out how to apply for scholarships.
This step is required for Principal Leadership, Special Education, and Teacher Licensure programs only.
To be eligible for student teaching placement, candidates must be fingerprinted by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) as a Field Experience Educator. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will process a criminal history check and route it to CDE. The CDE will make this information available to Fort Lewis College as your Educator Prep Program and the school district or charter school you will be placed for your field-based learning.
View the fingerprinting & background check instructions.
Direct all questions about this process to the School of Education Administrative Assistant, EBH 249 or 970-247-7291.
If you are an employed teacher outside of Colorado, you must complete a background check and submit your fingerprints to the Colorado Department of Education.
Graduate Student Orientation is required. You will get more information after you’re admitted to a program. The 2024 orientation dates are TBD.
Find out about your transfer credit options.
Principal Leadership graduate programs require specific computer technology. Graduate students can use a personal device that meets these requirements or fully access the campus computer labs.
Technology requirements for personal devices:
IT staff will help you troubleshoot your device at the Connection Center.