Online Registration Information
The Registrar’s Office endeavors to provide you with a positive registration experience. The materials available from this page will help you navigate the system with ease. The online system is available from the start of your Registration Time until the first day of classes. Please visit the Registrar’s Office for assistance with registering for classes that require instructor permission, involve study abroad, have prerequisites waived by division chair, or to add classes above 16 credit hours. If you need assistance, please contact the Registrar’s Office by phone at 677-2131 or email at email@example.com. Staff are available to assist you Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
The first step in the registration process is to develop a course planning worksheet that includes all the courses you would like to take next semester. It is a good idea to review your degree audit prior to developing your course plan so that you know what courses you still need to take in order to graduate. Once this is complete, contact your advisor for a time to discuss your plan and seek approval. After you have approved courses, you are ready to register for classes as soon as your priority time arrives.
Returning students are given registration times based on the number of cumulative earned credits (including CLEP, AP, and transfer credits) you have posted on your transcript as of February 8. You are now able to view the date and time that has been assigned to you by logging into My Data Connect. This time represents the earliest opportunity you may register for next semester, provided you have the necessary approvals from your advisor(s) and do not have financial, chapel, or probation holds. These times occur during the evening and on Saturdays to reduce the number of users accessing the system during regular business hours; however, you may register at any time of day once your priority date and time arrives.
Please process your registrations in person in the Registrar’s Office for the following reasons:
- Adding classes above 16 credits
- Adding classes with permission to waive required prerequisites. The appropriate division chair or associate dean will need to sign a Drop/Add form indicating you may register.
- Registering for a class that requires instructor permission. The professor should sign a Drop/Add form indicating his/her permission.
- Registering for a off-campus program associated with Global Studies (Please see the Global Studies office if you have questions about this.)
We hope you have a positive registration experience. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessing Registration Time - Undergraduates (.pdf)
Confirming Your Program (.pdf)
Preparation & Course Planning (.pdf)
Search for Sections & Register (.pdf)
Drop & Add Sections (.pdf)
Step 1 - Planning Your Courses (.mp3)
Step 2 - Meeting with Your Advisor(s) (.mp3)
Step 3 - Registering for Classes (.mp3)
Schedule Worksheet (.pdf)
Returning Student Registration Information Booklet (.pdf)