Registration for the spring semester begins soon. Consult the Classes & Enrollment tile in SIS to confirm your registration dates (enrollment appointments).
To prepare for a successful registration, follow the steps below.
1. Act to remove any pre-registration holds in SIS
Prior to registration, check whether or not you have any holds on your account by viewing the Tasks tile in SIS. If you see that a hold exists, click the Tasks tile to learn more. Any holds that are present when registration opens will prevent you from enrolling in classes.
The most common holds are Registration Advising Hold and Past Due Balance:
- Remember only your faculty advisor can lift your Registration Advising Hold, so be sure to meet with your faculty advisor to review your course selections so the Registration Advising Hold can be removed.
- If you currently have a Past Due Balance hold, you should contact Student Financial Services to make arrangements for paying the balance and having the hold removed.
- You might also consider consulting with a counselor in University Financial Aid to explore available options for assistance with resolving the balance on your account.
2. Build your schedule in advance and check for conflicts
As you are putting together your schedule, make sure to use your Shopping Cart to identify the courses you plan to take. You can also use the Schedule Planner to help plan based on available days and times. Make sure there are no date/time conflicts or pre/co-requisite issues (the “Validate” option in your Shopping Cart will help you confirm this) and address them before attempting to register for courses.
Be mindful of courses that may have variable credit hours. When you attempt to register for a variable credit hour course, there is a drop down menu where you can choose the specific number of credits. It always defaults to the lowest possible value and may require your attention during registration.
3. Request permissions for courses, if applicable
If you are planning to register for a course that requires any kind of permission (instructor consent, closed course, requisites or time conflict), remember that you can submit a permission request in SIS. A permission request requires that you provide the instructor with details of your circumstances and the reason for your request.
If you have questions about course registration, holds or procedures to follow in SIS, please contact your faculty advisor or navigator for assistance.