Undergraduate Student Registration
Fall 2020 Registration
(Note: New Incoming First-Year students are pre-registered by their school's advising center. Schedule adjustments may be made during Advising Days or any time after attending an Advising Day session.)
Advisement & Registration Dates
Advising Begins: March 23 - April 3, 2020
Early Registration: April 6 - April 17, 2020
Continuing Registration: April 18 - August 25, 2020
Add/Drop Period: August 26 - September 1, 2020
Full Term: August 26 - December 15, 2020
First 8-week Session: August 26 - October 19, 2020
Second 8-week Session: October 20 - December 15, 2020
Important Note: The fall 2020 Schedule of Courses can found by clicking here (available March).
Before you can register, you must:
If you are a Full-time New Transfer or New Readmit student, you must first pay the Confirmation Fee once accepted. Part-time students do not need to pay the Confirmation Fee.
Create your BlueNet account, if you have already not done so.
Find your assigned registration date on the Registration Appointment Schedule. Early registration appointment times are based on earned credits (not counting currently enrolled spring 2020 credits.)
Review your transcript and degree evaluation, which are both viewable by logging into WebCentral-Banner Web using your BlueNet account.
Meet with your academic advisor to discuss course selection and to get your Alternate PIN Number, which is required for registering for classes. To find the name of your advisor, log into WebCentral-Banner Web, click on Registration/Records tab, then on View Student Information.)
Check for registration holds that may prevent registration, such as past due balances and health holds. You can check your registration holds and status by logging into WebCentral-Banner Web. (To access, click on CentralPipeline, then onWebCentral-Banner Web to login with your BlueNet account. Then click on the Registration/Records tab, then on Check Your Registration Status.)
Register through WebCentral-Banner Web
Please note: All students will need to verify their permanent address, submit a name and address of someone as your emergency contact, and supply a local address (if you have one) before proceeding to registration.