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Registering For Second Semester

Last updated June 4, 2020

Spring semester is right around the corner! Registration for your new classes might have already begun. Not sure exactly how it works? No worries! We’ve got your back.

  • Schedule a meeting with your academic advisor to get a plan for the next semester, take a look at requirements, and map out some classes. Do some research on your own to ensure that you are fully aware of your options and opportunities. An advisor should be someone you partner with to determine your plan.
  • When the registration period approaches, you will receive an email from your school's registration office (or a similar office) letting you know your registration appointment times are available.
  • Log into your student account to view your registration information. You can register any time after your appointment, but know that the earlier you register, the better the chances are that you’ll get into your preferred classes.
  • Pro Tip: Have a list of backup classes just in case one of your classes fills up! You can also add classes to your shopping cart before your enrollment date.

Waitlist: If you are unable to register for a class that you really want, you will be put on the waitlist for that class. If someone else drops the course and space opens up, the next person on the waitlist will be added to the class. 

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