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Registration Form

The registration form is fairly self-explanatory, but pay particular attention to the following:

  • Writing both your name and student ID number clearly and firmly, so all layers of the triplicate form are legible and your registration can be processed correctly.
  • Completing the birth date information is critical for first time registrants and to help distinguish students who have common names or whose names or student ID numbers may be difficult to read.
  • Completing the address and contact information is required for first time registrants and whenever a student has moved or contact information has changed.
  • Course reference number is the 5-digit number listed in the Schedule of Classes.
  • Subject code refers to the letter codes for the course, for example: HIS is the subject code for history courses.
  • Number refers to the 3-digit number code that follows the subject code letters; for example, 130 is the number code for the History of the United States to the Civil War listed in the schedule as HIS 130.
  • Completing the day and time information is helpful as a double check to be sure you are registering for the correct section of the course.
  • Designating the grade option is very important. Students should indicate at the time of registration whether they are taking the course on a pass/no pass basis or auditing the course for no grade and no credit. Students who leave this section blank will be registered as taking the course at the regular rate for a letter grade.
  • The credit hours box refers to the number of credits that will be earned for the course provided the student takes it for credit and passes the course. Please be aware that laboratory courses require students to register for BOTH a lecture class worth 4 credits and a lab section worth 0 credits.
  • The registration form is not complete until both advisor and student sign and date the form.

Registrations cannot be processed for students who have holds on their accounts for balances due, have not provided immunization records, or have academic issues. Students with holds on their accounts must resolve the situations that resulted in the hold before they will be allowed to register.