Registration start times can be found in eServices under Courses & Registration > Registration Window.
Many courses fill up quickly, so it is advised students meet with their advisor(s) prior to their registration window opening.
Full term courses may be dropped or added to a student’s schedule via eServices through the first five days of the term. Courses meeting outside of the regular term dates and Summer term courses have different deadlines for dropping and adding. Please consult eServices under the “View/Modify Course Schedule” link for specific dates.
During the term, permission is required from the academic department offering the course. For permission to add a course after the semester has concluded, use the Registration Petition (pdf) form.
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 in the above groups may register at the time indicated on the registration schedule or anytime thereafter.
Students in need of assistance with registration may contact the Office of Records and Registration, Administrative Services Building, Room 118, (320) 308-2111 or email@example.com.
It is misuse of the registration system for a student to:
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.
A student who registers for a class(es) and stops attending without officially dropping or withdrawing, will be held responsible for payment and receive the earned grade for the class(es).