Important Tips for Registering Online
To select spring classes, schedule an appointment to meet with your adviser beginning March 21. Following the advising appointment, your adviser will authorize you to register in Self-Service.
Beginning on the date set for your class level/program, submit your registration in Self-Service.
When courses are selected and submitted for adviser approval, your adviser will receive an email message indicating that you have courses ready for review. After the adviser approves/denies each course, you will receive an email message indicating that the adviser has reviewed your schedule. You may then log in to Self-Service to check the status of each course.
Schedule changes may be made in Self-Service until the day before classes begin.
If two class meeting times conflict or overlap and the instructors have approved the conflict, register for one of the courses and ask the instructor for the other course to email the Registrar’s Office stating that you have obtained his or her permission to enroll despite the conflict.
Seat limits for courses requiring instructor approval are set at zero. Students may not register for these classes online. Email the instructor requesting permission to enroll in the class. If your request is granted, the instructor will email the Registrar’s Office, and you will be added to the class.
To register for a closed section (a class that has reached its enrollment limit), email the instructor requesting permission to enroll in the class. Students enrolling in BIBL 123/124, COMP 111/211, or HUMN 101/102/201/202 should not ask to add a closed section unless extenuating circumstances make a schedule change unavoidable. In the rare instances when a change is necessary, contact Dr. Phil Kenneson with BIBL 123/124 requests, Dr. Heather Hoover with COMP 111/211 requests, or Dr. Lee Blackburn with humanities requests. Do not contact the instructors for the Bible survey, composition, or humanities sections.