- Search for, then select the Registration Menu app in MyUWF.
- Make sure the Student tab is selected, them click the Add, Drop or Withdraw link.
- Select the term for which you are trying to register-> Submit
- Enter the Alternate PIN assigned to you by your advisor (degree-seeking students ONLY).
To search for courses, click the Class Search button.
- For information on Advising Pins, please see Viewing your Advising PIN in MyUWF.
- If you already know the 5 digit CRN for the courses you plan to register for, you can enter each CRN directly into the boxes at the bottom of the page under the Add Classes Worksheet.
- Click the Submit Changes button once you have entered the CRN’s.
- When searching for courses, it is recommended to use the Advanced Search option, however for a general search, click the Course Search button.
- Enter the search criteria on the Look Up Classes screen. You MUST enter a subject to search.
- To select multiple subjects, hold down the Ctrl key, then select the subjects. To search all subjects, choose the first subject (ACG), hold down the Shift key, scroll to the bottom of the Subject box, then select the last subject (Z00).
- Additional search options are shown below. The more criteria entered, the more narrow the search becomes. If a search is too narrow, results may not be found.
- Click the Class Search button.
- Courses with a check box next to them have seats available for registration.
- The following codes may also appear in the "Select" column:
- C = Closed Class (The class is closed.)
- NR = Not Allowed for Registration (Registration has not opened yet for this course.
- SR = Student Restriction (Your registration Time Ticket is not open, you have Holds, you are an Inactive student, your academic standing prevents registration.)
- Blank = Closed course, seats available on waitlist. See the WL Cap, WL Act and WL Rem columns for information on total wailist capacity, number of students actually on the waitlist, and number of seats remaining (available) on the waitlist.
- The course CRN, subject, course number, credit hours, title, meeting days & times, total number of seats, number of students currently enrolled, seats remaining, waitlist capacity, number of student currently on the waitlist, cross-list information, instructor(s), dates the course will run through, and location (building, room number) can be found on this page
- To add a course to your worksheet without registering for the course, select the check box next to the section you wish to add, scroll to the bottom of the page and select "Add To Worksheet".
- Once the course is added to your worksheet, you will be redirected to the page that displays which courses you are currently registered for (Current Schedule page). The CRN of the course should now appear in the boxes at the bottom of the page. To register for the course, select the "Submit Changes" button.
- To register for the course without adding to the worksheet, check the box, then click the Register button at the bottom of the page.
If you are successfully registered, you will be directed back to the Current Schedule page with any courses you are registered for displaying.
The same registration restrictions apply to waitlists as to adding a course (i.e. pre-reqs, co-reqs, etc.) If you are already on a waitlist for a course, and wish to add an open section, you must drop the waitlisted course in order to add the open section.
To add yourself to the waitlist for a closed course with waitlist seats available, follow steps 1-5 above, then:
- Make sure the course has a waitlist and there are seats available.
- Copy the 5-digit CRN number (DO NOT CLICK on the number), then click the "Add to Worksheet" button.
- Paste the copied CRN in the CRN field on the Add Classes Worksheet, then click "Submit Changes".
- You will receive an error stating the course is closed. If a waitlist is available, the number of students currently waitlisted will appear as well.
- In the Action column, choose Waitlist from the drop-down menu, then click "Submit Changes" again.
- If you meet all requirements and restrictions for the course and the seats are available on the waitlist, the Status column should say "Waitlist".
- For additional information on waitlisting, please see Using Waitlists.
|title||Why can't I register?|
All students are required to meet with their advisor prior to registration in order to receive an Alternate PIN which will allow them access to registration. If a student has not met with his/her advisor, he/she will need to do so in order to gain access to registration.
In addition to PINs, all students have an assigned time in which they can register. Students will not be allowed to register prior to their time ticket.
Students may also have various holds preventing registration. Students are able to view holds via the Registration Status link in SSB. Students should contact the appropriate office to determine how to have their hold removed.
|title||Are there restrictions as to the number of credit hours a student may take each term?|
- Undergraduates may take a maximum of 18 credit hours each term. Student athletes, J1, or F1 visa holders must take a minimum of 12 credit hours each term. Students on Academic Probation may only take 14 credit hours while on probation.
- Masters students may take a maximum of 12 credit hours each term. Student athletes, J1, or F1 visa holders must take a minimum of 9 credit hours each term.
- Specialist/Doctoral level students may take a maximum of 12 credit hours each term. J1 or F1 visa holders must take a minimum of 9 credit hours each term.
|title||How do I register for an internship, directed study, or other variable hour course?|
Students registering for any variable class (such as internships, directed studies, applied music, dissertations, etc.) must contact the department offering the courses to obtain a Variable Credit Hour Registration Form. The form must be completed by the department and submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the end of drop/add. The Office of the Registrar will create the section of the course and register the student upon receipt of the form.
Viewing Student Registration Information
Viewing your Advising PIN in MyUWF
Searching for Course Offerings
Understanding/Changing Grade Modes
Withdrawing After Drop/Add
Viewing a Student Schedule