Registration for classes is now performed online through the Portal. Please sign on during your assigned time and register for your classes.
- You will receive a registration time based on your number of credits
- After consulting with your advisor, you will be cleared for registration.
- You will receive an email from the registrar, or there will be a message in the Portal informing you of your registration window.
Preparing to Register
- Review course offerings in the Schedule of Courses and build a preliminary schedule.
- (Optional) Complete a Schedule Planner worksheet.
All students must meet with their advisor before or during registration week. The advisor then releases the advisor hold and the student may then register for his or her courses.
The first two weeks of each semester are designated as a “schedule-adjustment period.” During this time, students may change their class schedule by presenting completed “add-drop” forms to the Office of the Registrar. The course “drops” made during the first two weeks of the semester will not be reflected on the student’s permanent record. Although no fees are assessed for changes within the schedule-adjustment period, each course change made thereafter will be charged a schedule-adjustment fee.
If a student does not attend any of the first week of class meetings, the student may be dropped from the class up to the end of the add/drop (change of schedule) period at the discretion of the instructor; however, instructors typically place responsibility on the student for completing the requisite paperwork.
After the second week and before the end of the fourth week of classes, but not thereafter, students may add courses by presenting completed “add-drop” forms to the Office of the Registrar. (The only exceptions to courses that may be added after the fourth week of classes are private music lessons.) After the fourth week and before the end of the tenth week of classes students may withdraw from courses. A grade of W for any course from which a student withdraws will be placed on the student’s permanent record.