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Summer & Fall 2017 Registration

» Steps to Register

Log-in to to access the Student Center

Check for HOLDS posted in your Student Center that may prevent registration

  • Click here to learn more about clearing Business Office Holds

  • To clear a Missing Official Transcripts hold, submit official transcripts from transfer institutions to the Registrar's Office.

Meet with Program Advisors and Academic Advising

  • To review NON-MAJOR degree requirements, undergraduate students may print their Program Evaluation and meet with an advisor at the Academic Advising Center

  • To review MAJOR degree requirements, students may run their Program Evaluations and meet with their faculty Program Advisor

  • Navigating your Program Evaluation

Validate your Class Schedule before Registration

  • Use Class Search to search the Class Schedule for classes in the Student-Center.

  • Build your preferred class schedule with the Shopping Cart and validate your choices.

  • Validating your preferred class schedule allows you to review and resolve any potential conflicts or restrictions before your registration appointment.
  • Your preferred class sections that are in Waitlists can also be validated.
  • To learn how to validate, see items #10 and 11 of the General Student Center Reference Guide at

Register for Classes

  • On or after your Enrollment Appointment, register the classes in your Shopping Cart.

  • To request an override on section requirements or restrictions for which you do not automatically qualify, obtain a Permission Number from the approving department, or submit Registration Forms at the Registrar's Office with signatures of approval.

  • Guide to Using a Permission Number to Validate a class in the Shopping Cart.

Manage Your Waitlist

  • If you are at the top of the waitlist for a class, and a seat becomes available, you will be automatically enrolled in the class, provided you validated the class confirming that you do not have any holds that would prevent your registration, and the meeting days and times of the class do not conflict with any other classes in which you are enrolled. You will receive an email notification of your enrollment in the waitlisted class.
  • To learn more about waitlists, review the Registration Waitlist FAQs
  • Students still on waitlists at the start of the term may petition for approval from the instructor or department chair to be enrolled in closed or waitlisted classes.

  • Learn to use the SWAP option when waitlisting in alternate sections from items #8 and 9 in the Registration Waitlist FAQ

Registration Deadlines

  • Check the Academic Calendar for Registration deadlines. To register after the deadlines, a petition form and a $20 petition fee will be required.

+ - Registration to Individual Study, Internships, Research, Travel and Study Abroad

+ - How Are Registration Dates Assigned?

  • Freshmen register after Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores

  • Registration assignments are based on students' completed credits. Transcripts submitted for transfer credits received after the deadline (see Registration Timeline for dates), will not be used to adjust registration assignment dates and times, except for transcripts processed by the Center for Global Education for Study Abroad credits.

  • Registration through, allows seats to be reserved for specific populations of students and most departments have reserved seats for Freshmen in the 100 and 200 level classes.
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