PHD STUDENTS - IMPORTANT: PhD students are required to enroll via SIS in a continuation NUTR course every semester to maintain active enrollment status and avoid a late registration fee and also maintain the deferment of any loans:

DUAL-DEGREE STUDENTS: If you are in a dual-degree program with Public Health (MS/MPH), or UEP (MS/MA) or Fletcher (MS/MALD) and you will be billed tuition for the Fall 2017 semester by Public Health, or UEP, or Fletcher (and not by Friedman), please email Friedman's Registrar at the list of the NUTR courses that you would like to be enrolled in for the Fall 2017 semester.

DIRECTED STUDY COURSES: Please use the Directed Study Course Proposal Form (and not SIS).  If you’re planning to do a Directed Study course, you’re welcome to submit the form anytime to Jaharis 123 or email to in advance of the Fall 2017 Add deadline (September 19, 2017) so the course can be manually added to your Fall 2017 schedule in SIS.  

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: International Graduate students need to enroll Full-Time each semester; full-time is defined as a minimum of 3 course credits per semester. For more detailed information, please visit the Tufts International Center website:

FALL 2017 TUITION & SEMESTER FEES: Your Fall 2017 tuition and semester fees are due before the first day of the semester, September 5 or you will incur a late fee.

Note: If you have a Hold on your account in SIS from the Tufts Health Sciences Bursar's Office or SAHA, you will NOT be able to register via SIS.  You'll need to contact the Bursar's Office or SAHA directly to resolve the Hold so they may remove it from your account and you'll be able to register via SIS. 

CROSS-REGISTRATION: Friedman has cross-registration partnerships with the Boston Consortium Schools (Brandeis, Boston College, Boston University), Harvard School of Public Health (only HSPH), and other Tufts schools. You will need to submit Friedman Cross-Registration Petition signed by the Friedman Registar to the Registrar’s Office of the School you are pursuing for cross-registration. Some schools may accept cross-registration petitions in advance of the first day of the fall semester (September 5) but you will need to confirm with the Registrar’s Office of the Host School.  Note: Harvard School of Public Health's cross-registration is an online process (not a cross-registration petition). Click here for HSPH credit conversion information for your Friedman transcript.


- Log in to SIS at

- Click, Classes, located on the top navigation bar and select, Enrollment Cart.

- Read the Registration Agreement and check the box, “Yes, I have read the agreement” and click, Submit.

- Click the Go to Search Page button on the top right side of the Enrollment Cart page and on the Search for Classes page there are two ways to add a course to your Enrollment Cart:

  • Quick Search (one way to enroll via SIS):
    • Click, Select a Term for the semester choice and enter the five-digit SIS Class Number (you can see in advance the SIS Class Numbers in the Course Catalog of Friedman’s website and on the Fall 2017 Schedule PDF document).
    • Double click the section and time and click, Next, and the course will be added to your Enrollment Cart.
  • Class Search (another way to enroll via SIS):
    • Switch the Course Career field to Friedman School, select the term, and click NUTR – Nutrition in the Course Subject field.  You can click, Search and review all of the NUTR courses, or you can filter further and use the Course Number field to select the course number of the course you want to add and click, Search.  You can review the course description, pre-requisites, and click, Add to Cart, to move the course to your Enrollment Cart.

- Be sure to click, the Enroll button, and the Finish Enrolling button to move the course from your Enrollment Cart to official enrollment in the course; you’ll see a Success message and green check once you’ve been officially enrolled in the course. To review screen shots of these instructions, click here.

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