All School of Education students are required to self-register for classes using Student Planning during the open registration period. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for specific dates. Students will follow the steps below to self-register each semester.
The first step in the registration process is to access your program pathway, which outlines the courses you will register in for the upcoming term. You will reference your program pathway when planning and registering for your courses.
All School of Education students should become familiar with the Current Student Webpage as it is where all vital program information and resources will be located. Please take a moment to bookmark the Current Student Webpage for your program.
As a new student, you will be introduced to your program pathway in your New Student Orientation. You will also be able to access your program pathway on the designated program page via the Current Student Webpage.
If you are a current student, you can access your program pathway on the designated program page via the Current Student Webpage.
The second step in the registration process is to plan your courses in Student Planning. You will add courses to your plan before the registration period begins. Adding courses to your plan in advance will make the registration process easier.
If you are a new student, please learn how to plan your courses in Student Planning by watching our Academic Planning Tutorial Video.
The third step in the registration process is to self-register for your courses prior to the end of the student self-registration period. Please refer to the Academic Calendar to identify when the self-registration period opens and closes for the upcoming term.
If the registration period has closed for the semester, you will need to contact your designated Assistant Director of Academic Advising to register in courses before the add/drop deadline for the term.
Students are free to add or drop courses before classes begin. Once the semester begins, students must work with their designated Assistant Director of Academic Advising to add or drop classes.
Refer to our academic calendar for add/drop deadlines.
1. Confirm there is no outstanding balance on your student account via the Self-Service portal.
2. Access/change your class schedule via Student Planning.