Registration

Southern, you've found the right place to register for classes! 

Review the checklist in advance for important pin and registration information and to ensure you are ready once registration opens!

  • Review the Registration Checklist 

  • Go to MyApps

  • Click Banner Web

  • Go to the Student Services

  • Click Registration

  • Select the Term

  • Select Add/Drop/Withdraw from Classes (undergraduate students are required to enter the pin obtained from their advisor).

  • Enter the CRN-Course Reference Number(s)

  • Submit Changes to complete registration

Note: Students who would like to take graduate level courses, or register beyond the maximum number of credits allowed, must first request a Petition for Irregular Schedule.

Students who previously attended Southern, and subsequently withdrew due to personal or other circumstances, may apply to return to the University to continue their studies. 

  • Students who earned 12 or more credits at another institution, after leaving Southern, must complete a transfer application to reapply with Undergraduate Admissions

  • Graduate students who earned 9 or more credits at another institution, after leaving Southern, must complete a new application to reapply with Graduate Admissions

  • All other returning students are eligible to complete the Readmission Application with the Registrar's Office to re-enroll.  Upon approval, students will be reinstated at their last academic standing, and to their last program of study in the current catalog year. 

Returning after Academic Dismissal

Any undergraduate student who has been academically dismissed may continue to study as a part-time non-degree seeking student.  Once the student has attained a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher, they may complete the Readmission Application with the Registrar's Office.  A graduate student who is dismissed must complete a new application with the Graduate Admissions Office, after the lapse of one semester, and include a petition to the graduate program coordinator describing why he or she will be successful if readmitted.

Southern students who plan to take courses at another institution must receive prior approval to apply the transfer credit(s) towards their program requirements. Please complete either the Undergraduate Transfer Request or Graduate Transfer Request

Here is other important information regarding transfer credit for current students:  

  • Students may also search our database of transferable courses from schools within Connecticut.    

  • Students must be in good academic standing with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.

  • Courses from regionally accredited colleges or universities are eligible for transfer.

  • Courses must be completed with a 'C-' or better to be transferred.

  • Students must submit an official transcript to the Registrar's Office showing proof of completion.

  • Students will not receive duplicate credit for any course in which they have already earned credit.

  • Transferred credits are not computed into the student’s cumulative GPA at Southern.

Please Note: Students who will not be concurrently enrolled at Southern during the fall or spring semester must also submit a Leave of Absence form to maintain matriculation status.

Southern welcomes students year-round to study as a visiting or non-degree seeking student.  To get started, please complete the Visiting Student Application, there is no application fee.  You will receive a response in 1-3 business days requesting a valid photo ID to complete your application processing.

Have you taken classes or applied to Southern previously?  

You do not need to complete this application to continue studying as a non-matriculated student, please contact the Registrar's Office to reactivate your account.

Non-Matriculated Status

Visiting and non-degree seeking students have a non-matriculated status.  Non-matriculated students may register for courses on a part-time basis only, are subject to the policies of the university, but are not eligible for financial aid or on-campus housing.  All students must meet any course requirements to register, but departments also have the right to exclude or restrict non-matriculated student registration for courses in their program.

Registration Guidelines

If you have not yet completed a bachelor’s degree or higher, as indicated on your application, you may study at the undergraduate level on a part-time basis (less than 12 credits).  These courses will be applied to your undergraduate transcript and you will be billed at the undergraduate tuition and fee rate.  Prior to attempting 30 credits, you must apply for matriculated status through the Admissions Office to continue either on a part-time or full-time basis.

If you have previously completed a bachelor’s degree or higher, as indicated on your application, you may study at the undergraduate or graduate level on a part-time basis (less than 9 credits).  These courses will be applied to your graduate transcript and you will be billed at the graduate tuition and fee rate.  A maximum of 9 credits taken as a non-matriculated student may be applied to a graduate program.  You may apply for matriculated status through the Graduate Admissions Office to continue either on a part-time or full-time basis.

See the Calendar for the registration dates for non-matriculated students and follow the instructions above on How to Register for classes.

Academic Advisement

If you require assistance with course prerequisites, permissions, or have questions about degree requirements, please contact advisement@southernct.edu.

If a course is closed, and waitlist seats are available, students may sign up for the waitlist online.

  • Go to Banner Web 

  • Go to Student Services

  • Click Registration

  • Select the Term

  • Click on Add/Drop/Withdraw from Classes

  • Enter the CRN-Course Reference Number(s)

  • You will receive a 'Registration Add Error' because the course is closed

  • Select action 'Waitlist' to clear the error

  • Submit Changes

If a seat opens up, the first student on the waitlist will be sent an email notifying the student of the opportunity to register within 24 hours in Banner Web, or the seat will be offered to the next student on the waitlist.  See the Waitlist Policy and FAQ for more information.