Registration

It’s always good to plan ahead—please review Things to Consider and Registration Policies before all registration periods.

Current Information

Spring preregistration will open in PeopleSoft/Student Records from:

9:00 am Monday, October 30 through Monday, November 6

  • You will receive your Academic Progress Report (APR) from the Registrar’s Office before preregistration opens; use your APR to review your progress toward completion of distribution and major/program requirements.
  • Review your advising requirements.
  • Check Forms and Petitions to see if registration requires any form submissions.

Students are expected to request four Spring Semester courses by Monday, November 6—you will have an opportunity later to change your course selections but this is your best chance to enroll in the classes you want, especially ones with enrollment limits!

Departments will review course demand after preregistration ends and make decisions on any over- or under-enrolled courses.

Advising

You’ll find specific instructions based on your incoming status.

  • First-Years

    Meet with your Academic Advisor:

    • Review Early Concentration rules.
    • Bring your Academic Progress Report (APR) to the advising session.
    • Remind your advisor to remove the advising hold.
    • After your hold is removed, you can select classes in PeopleSoft.
  • Sophomores

    Meet with your assigned Academic Advisor or an advisor of your choosing—the Dean’s Office will send you information regarding the sophomore advising requirement:

    • Review Early Concentration rules.
    • Bring your Academic Progress Report (APR) to the advising session.
    • Remind your advisor to remove the advising hold.
    • After your hold is removed, you can select classes in PeopleSoft.
  • Juniors

    You do not have advising holds, however, you may wish to meet with an advisor.

  • Seniors

    You do not have advising holds, however, you may wish to meet with an advisor.

Things to Consider

Registration Policies