Registrar's Office

Registration for Current Students

Once enrolled, current students can register for classes, drop and add classes, and check their student accounts online through eEservices. The online registration system is accessible from any internet-enabled computer and closes only for occasional technical upgrades or difficulties. Current students may register during preregistration week. See Registrar's Calendar. Registration windows are determined by the number of completed credits.

Students are assigned an academic advisor to help them plan their schedules. After meeting with their advisor, students will receive a unique Registration Access Code each term. See Academic Advising for details.

Students have the final responsibility to select and register for courses that meet program requirements and to manage graduation requirements for their program major.

Dropping/Adding/Withdrawing Courses

Student drop and add courses using web registration. For specific drop/add/withdrawal information, please see the Student Handbook.


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