Registration for classes is done via the web by logging into your e-services account with your Dragon ID and Password. Registration generally begins in the middle of the current term and continues through the fifth day of the term being enrolled in.
Students are required to meet with their advisor to obtain their access code to register.
Search for courses for the semester. Click on “Expand/Collapse for Advanced Search” for more specific search criteria.
This area will display all Wish List, Wait List and Registered Courses. Students will also complete their course registration through this page.
It is the student’s responsibility to verify their schedule is correct. Your current schedule will appear and can be printed from this screen.
To register for more than 18 credits during any semester (nine credits during a summer session) students with fewer than 60 earned credits must fill out an Excess Credit Form. This form must be signed by both the student’s advisor and the College Dean. The Excess Credit Form can be found under “Forms.”
Check for registration holds before your registration window opens. If you have a HOLD that is preventing you from registering, visit the department that placed the hold to find out what you need to do to have it lifted. Some common holds are for immunization records, transcripts, financial obligations, academic warnings, etc.
Wait Lists are lists of students waiting to get registered for particular classes that are currently full. Students are kept in the order that they place themselves on the list and when a seat opens up, the first person on the list will be offered that seat (notified via university email). The student will have 24 hours after being notified to go to e-services and register for the course. If they do not register within the 24 hour time frame, the next student on the list will be given the open seat offer.
Some departments have courses for which you cannot register unless you have completed other courses or have completed and received certain scores on various tests (ACT, SAT, Accuplacer, etc).