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How do I... Register for Classes?

Registration for the next semester can be a very stressful time. It is important to understand the degree requirements that you have remaining to graduate, connect with your academic advisor, review the class schedule, and verify that your record is clear for a successful registration.

Key Registration Links
Register for Classes:

Registration Checklist: a step-by-step guide to registration

What to do if a class is closed: a step-by-step guide to steps you can take if a class is closed

What is Reserved Seating? When looking at course sections in the online schedule, you may notice that some have a red "Reserved Seating" notation, along with a statement such as "2 seats reserved for Continuing Education." This indicates that a designated number of seats in that section is being held for students of that particular population. A Waitlist may be opened for the general student populace when the only seats remaining in the course are those that are reserved for that special group (for example, if there are 2 seats open for the course but those 2 seats are reserved for those enrolling through Continuing Education). Reserved seats are typically released for the general student populace one week prior to the beginning of the semester.

Having problems with logging in to register? This site provides registration assistance tools.

Looking for a place to register? Here's a map of on-campus computers you can utilize as a student

Registration Tutorial: First Year Experience & Students in Transition created a tutorial that provides screenshots on the registration system

Additional Planning Tools

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