Now is the time to prepare to register for your next semester courses, and we have created for you an experience in your INQ course that will help you learn exactly what to do.

Preparing for Registration

Before you register for your courses for next semester, you will be guided through a process that will help you make an academic plan and choose those courses:

  1. An Advising Specialist from Academic Advising will come into your INQ class and hold a class session designed to teach you the things you need to know in order to complete the tasks necessary for understanding your degree program and choosing your classes!
  2. You will complete the tasks on the Advising and Registration Checklist and using both your degree evaluation and the Major Advising Guides, you will use Schedule Planner to start exploring the courses you’d like to take next semester. Make sure to complete the tasks on this checklist BEFORE your meeting with your advisor!
  3. You will meet with your first-semester advisor to review your choices!  In most cases, your INQ instructor is your first-semester advisor and will let you know how to make an individual appointment with them.  In some sections of INQ, you will be introduced to and work with an Advising Specialist who will be your first-semester advisor and will email you with instructions on making an appointment with them. 

At this meeting, you and your advisor will talk about the courses you would like to take, the requirements necessary for graduation, majors you have declared and/or interest you, and anything else you would like to discuss. On your priority registration date and time, you will register on your own for the courses you choose.

Registration Dates

Find your Priority Registration date and time (the first day and time you can register for classes!) on the chart below, based on the number of “earned credits” you have. The number of credits earned include only the credits you have already completed, and not the ones in progress. That means if you took a course this summer or brought in AP or ECE credits, you will have some “earned credits.” If you did not, and the courses this semester are your first college courses, then your “earned credits” will be 0. 


Last Day to withdraw from a Fall 2023 course is November 20, 2023. Please see your INQ instructor or come by the FYE office (EN C105) if you are considering withdrawing from a course.

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