Priority Registration for Fall 2006 - April 3rd through April 13th
You must meet with an academic adviser before you can register.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have a deficiency or developmental hold, you can register online. You should review your rapsheet with your adviser and plan appropriate courses to remove the advisement notification.
Registration is assigned by days rather than by specific appointment times. You will be able to register anytime after 6:00 a.m. on the initial day assigned to your class.
You must contact your academic adviser for an advisement appointment time. Your registration time is NOT your advisement appointment.
The specific day that registration begins for each class is as follows:
Seniors (90+ earned hours) April 3
Juniors (60-89 earned hours) April 5
Sophomores (24-59 earned hours) April 10
Freshmen (0-23 earned hours) April 12
How do I get ready to register?
- View and print your RAP sheet to determine possible courses for next semester.
- Make an appointment with your faculty adviser.
- Access the Course Timetable via the web and have a plan before you meet with your adviser.
What if I have holds?
- You must clear all your holds before you will be able to register.
- You can view your holds on your OneNet account.
How do I register?
- On-line with your advisement code
- In person (Records & Registration Office, Adult Services, Graduate School) with a signed drop/add form
- International students must register in the International Student Advisors Office in 258 Hooper Hall
How do I change course sections?
You may change sections on line and do not need an advisement code.
When are fees due?
You must confirm or pay fees by August 10, 2006.
What if I don't pay fees by August 10th?
Your classes will be cancelled and you will have to re-register. There is no guarantee that your original courses will be available.
If you have questions, please contact the Records and Registration Office at (423) 425-4416.
March 31, 2006