The Fall and Wintermester 2023 course schedules are now available in the new Registration Landing Page in OneCampus. Registration for these terms (not Fast Track terms) begins on Monday April 3rd. The Registration Landing Page contains the following links:
- Prepare for Registration to see your registration status, registration times, and if you have any holds that will prevent you from registering.
- Plan Your Schedule, which is a new tool that allows you to build a course registration plan for a semester from which you can register when your registration time begins. See the video tutorial or written instructions on our Registration Information page.
- Browse Classes to view course offerings by semester.
- Browse Course Catalog to view all courses listed in the Graduate and Undergraduate Catalogs. (Note: not all courses in the Course Catalog are offered every semester.)
- Register for Classes to search and register for classes that are offered by semester. The registration page has a new look and feel from past semesters. See the video tutorial or written instructions on our Registration Information page.
Registration Personal Identification Numbers (PIN)
All degree-seeking undergraduate students will need to obtain a registration personal identification number (PIN) from their faculty advisor or Highlander Success Center advisor. A registration PIN is needed in order to register for classes.
***Graduate Students do not need a registration PIN to register for classes.
Registration Start Times
Individual registration start times for all students are found by clicking Prepare for Registration on the Registration Landing page. Undergraduate student registration start times are prioritized according to student classification, e.g., seniors begin before juniors, juniors begin before sophomores, etc. Be sure to check your registration times immediately and make your advising appointments as soon as you can, if you haven’t already done so. For more on how undergraduate registration start times were assigned, click here.
***Graduate Students do not have priority registration. All graduate students can begin registering at 7:00 a.m. on April 3rd.
Priority Registration for Active Duty Service Members and Veterans
To accommodate the scheduling difficulties and obligations encountered by active duty members of the United States Armed Forces, the Office of the Registrar will give priority registration to students on active duty and veterans. Click here for details.
Temporary Major Restrictions and Registration Overloads
Temporary major restrictions on select courses will be removed on Monday, April 17th. Also, students with approved overloads may begin registering for more than 18 credit hours on Monday, April 17th.
Course Modality Attributes
Course modality attributes are used to indicate if a course is entirely online or delivered in a blended format. Here are the attributes and their definitions:
- Distance Learning; Asynchronous: entirely online, asynchronous modality.
- Distance Learning; Synchronous: entirely online, synchronous modality.
- Blended Learning; Split attendance Asynchronous: course will meet in groups; in addition to in-person class time, course material will be available in an asynchronous modality (i.e. Zoom).
- Blended Learning; Split attendance; Synchronous: course will meet in groups; in addition to in-person class time, course material will be available in a synchronous modality (i.e. Zoom).
- Blended Learning; Flipped Asynchronous: course will meet once a week with the full class enrollment; in addition to in-person class time, course material will be available in an asynchronous modality.
- Blended Learning; Flipped Synchronous: course will meet once a week with the full class enrollment; in addition to in-person class time, course material will be available in a synchronous modality (ie. Zoom).
If a course does not have one of these distance learning or blended attributes, it means that that course meets in-person each of the class periods.
How to Register for Classes
From the Registration Landing page, click on the Register for Classes link. The registration page has a new look and feel from past semesters. See the video tutorial or written instructions on our Registration Information page.
Course Override Process
Only department chairs and school directors in individual departments and schools have the authority to override a prerequisite requirement, a course capacity limit, or a time conflict with another course. Overrides are given electronically through our student information system. Once an override has been placed on your record, you must register for the course online in the same way that you register for any other course. You can see overrides in your Registration Status, which is found in the Registration Menu described above. Please note, if you obtain a course capacity override, the course will still appear as closed in the registration schedule. To add the course, simply enter the CRN directly in the registration screen.
Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs
Access Undergraduate Catalogs and Graduate Catalogs here. If you do not know your catalog year, you can access it in your Degree Works degree audit or by contacting the Registrar’s Office—540-831-5271.
Degree Audit (Degree Works)
Students can access their degree audits (Degree Works) searching “degree audit” in OneCampus. Please report any errors or problems with your degree audit to the Registrar’s Office.
If you are having any difficulty at all while registering for your classes you can find help by:
- Visiting the Registration Information page on the Registrar’s Office website.
- Calling the Registrar’s Office at 540-831-5271 (main campus) or 540-831-2100 (RUC).
- Visiting the Registrar’s Office on the main floor of Heth Hall (main campus) or Suite 417-419 (RUC) between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our office.