Administrative Services 118
Fax: (320) 308-2059
At St. Cloud State University enrollment requests may be processed by accessing the eServices System. This web based system may be used to:
- Confirm an assigned registration time (view Registration Schedule)
- Add and/or drop classes
- Search for open classes
- View a class schedule
- Change a local, permanent or billing address
- Check for grades and holds
- Enter a Registration Access Code
For more information on how to use the eServices Registration System see the eServices Registration Guide.
The Office of Records and Registration personnel will answer registration procedure questions at 320-308-2111 or through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students who have been accepted for admission for the coming term, as well as all students who have attended St. Cloud State University since Fall 1973, may use the eServices System. New freshmen and new transfer students will receive registration information by mail prior to the beginning of the semester.
If you have not been accepted for admission for the semester and wish to be a non-degree seeking (special) student, please visit the Non-Degree Seeking (special) Student page.
To comply with federal and state regulatory requirements St. Cloud State University will not enroll students who are planning to study online while maintaining physical presence in Maryland, Massachusetts or Arkansas.
All financial, academic and other "holds" must be cleared before attempting to register for classes.
To enroll in courses listed as MAJOR STUDENTS ONLY, you must be officially admitted to a major or program in that department.
Priority registration is granted for the following groups of students: students with disabilities, students who have earned a baccalaureate degree from SCSU, students admitted to graduate level programs, student athletes students admitted to the honors program in good standing. Students in the above groups may register at the time indicated on the registration schedule or anytime thereafter. If students with disabilities need assistance with registration, please contact the Office of Records and Registration, Administrative Services Building, Room 118, (320) 308-2111 or email@example.com.
If you are an undergraduate student currently enrolled in day classes and not yet officially admitted to a major, you must obtain a six-digit access code from your advisor before attempting to register. It is important to schedule advisor appointments at least two -three weeks prior to scheduled registration time (See Registration Schedule). The access code is used only once each term.
* Note: All engineering students must obtain an access code from their adviser in order to register, regardless of date.
It is misuse of the registration system for a student to (1) register for a class or multiple sections of a class with the intent to “save” the class for another student; or (2) register for multiple sections of the same class with the intent to decide at a later date which section to attend. Students who misuse the registration system will be subject to reduced registration privileges, ranging from the loss of the right to advance register to the deletion of registered courses. Multiple registrations for the same class will be deleted. The student is also subject to possible disciplinary action taken by the university. The student who adds a “saved” class will also be subject to the actions listed above.
Unauthorized use of the registration system may result in criminal prosecution. A student who tampers or attempts to tamper with the registration of another student may be subject to disciplinary action and/or criminal prosecution.
If you register for a class(es) and stop attending without officially dropping or withdrawing, you will be held responsible for payment and receive your earned grade for the class(es).