Those wanting to know if they can just sign up for a class should visit the "Who May Register" page to find out if they're eligible and if not, how to become eligible. The "Who May Register" link also leads users to information about specific populations of students (from international students to senior citizens) and how registration impacts them.
Prior to the start of each term, students begin registering for classes according to a set of rules pertaining to class standing. Find out more by following the "When to Register" link.
Once the who and when are established, students want to know how. The "How to Register" link takes users to step-by-step instructions for registering online and lays out basic information about common registration processes like auditing, clearing registration holds, and choosing grading options, to name a few.
Students browse course offerings any time of day or night by selecting the "Class Schedule" link. Of course, class listings are available within the registration system, but this site doesn't require students to log in and it's available 24/7.
Finally, registering for classes is done via the "Register" link.
Those interested in registering in professional development courses are encouraged to visit the Center for Executive and Professional Education for more information.