Registration for summer and fall 2013 courses will begin for undergraduate students on Wednesday, April 3. Specific dates, as well as what students need to do in preparation for registration advising and to register by web, can be found in the email sent to students on Feb. 12, and also on the Registrar’s web page at www.scranton.edu/registrar.
What do undergraduate students need to do now?
First, pick up your registration materials at the following locations:
Second, make and keep an advising appointment at your advising center or with your faculty advisor. [Special note to CAS freshmen: Since an advising appointment has already been made for you, you just need to pick up your appointment letter in the CAS Advising Center.]
Third, complete your registration worksheets and forms and then meet with your advisor to review your course selections. Your advisor will then provide you with your registration start date and term PIN needed to access web registration.
Note: You will also need your UIS username and password. If you do not know your UIS password, you may access the online self-service password reset program, or contact the Technology Support Center at 941-4357 or at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to your initial date of registration.]
Fourth, be sure to clear any holds you may have on your account from the Bursar, Student Affairs, Library, Network Resources or Public Safety before your registration start date so that you can access the web registration system. Students who have holds on their account will not be able to register until they satisfy their obligations.
Web registration instructions, dates, and course listings, as well as the dynamic Course Schedule Search, are available through the Registrar’s web page at www.scranton.edu/registrar.