Spring and Summer Class Schedules
The spring and summer schedules and concise versions of them can also be found in the Faculty and Advisor channel in the Teaching Tab of the MyRU portal. Please note: Room assignments are subject to change.
Registration PINs have been assigned to all degree-seeking undergraduate students who are currently enrolled this term. Please note: Graduate students do not need PINs to register.
There are three ways to get an undergraduate's PIN:
1. Refer to your Advisee Listing found in the Faculty and Advisors channel in the Teaching Tab in the MyRU portal
2. Ask your departmental administrative assistant or college advising center
3. Contact the Registrar’s Office at (540) 831-5271.
Click here to view a short tutorial on accessing your advisees’ PINs through the MyRU portal. Please note: you must select the Spring 2014 or Summer 2014 term to view your advisees’ PINs.
Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs
The 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalogs can be found here and the Graduate Catalogs here. Catalogs prior to the 2012-2013 academic year can be found here. To confirm a student’s catalog year, access their DegreeWorks degree audit or contact the Registrar’s Office at (540) 831-5271.
DegreeWorks Degree Audit
The faculty and advisor version of DegreeWorks can be accessed in the My Courses or Faculty and Advisor Channel. If you notice errors in the degree audits, please report those to the Registrar, Matthew Brunner, at email@example.com, so they can be promptly corrected.
Only department chairs and school directors in individual departments or schools can override a prerequisite requirement, a course capacity limit or a time conflict with another course. That override is delivered electronically through the Registrar's Office student information system. Once an override is authorized and been placed on a student’s record, a student must register for the course online in the same way that he or she would register for any other course.
Spring and Summer 2014 Registration begins on Monday, Nov. 4, at 7 a.m. Registration start times for undergraduate students will be prioritized by class designation as before. However, registration will no longer be conducted in two phases. Once a student’s registration time begins, it remains open until the conclusion of registration for spring on Thursday, Dec. 19, or the end of registration for a given summer term.
Temporary major restrictions on select courses will be removed on Monday, Nov. 18. On that date, students with approved registration overloads will be permitted to register for more than 18 hours. Specific registration times for undergraduate students are now posted in each student's Registration Channel in the MyRU portal. For more on how registration times were assigned, click here.
For all graduate students, registration begins on Monday, Nov. 4, at 7 a.m. and continues through Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 4 p.m.
Additional Information and Training
In addition to being able to access your Advisee Listing in the Student Information menu, there are also links to students’ schedules, unofficial transcripts, transfer credit information, student holds and more.
For help accessing this and other information in the Faculty and Advisor channel in the MyRU portal, contact the Registrar’s Office at (540) 831-5271 to set up an appointment or visit the Registrar's Office on the main floor in Heth Hall.