Navigate to the Enrollment pages and click the add tab. Navigation through the Student Center gives you quick access to hold and registration time information before you try adding classes, or you can navigate directly through the enrollment links on the left menu and/or main menu.
Check the default term to make sure you are in the correct term. To change the term, click the button and select another term.
If prior enrollment requests are in the Shopping Cart and you don't want to submit them again, delete by clicking the trashcan next to the course.
You can search for classes by clicking or enter a class number and click .
When searching, all available sections meeting the criteria will display. To see more detailed information on each section (instructor consent or prerequisites), click the section link and check the Enrollment Information.
The Class Attributes will list how the course will count toward distribution and major or concentration requirements. Enrollment Requirements will list any enforced prerequisites; check the catalog course description since not all prerequisites are enforced in the system. If a course is instructor or department consent during drop/add, that will also be listed under the Enrollment Information section. Click to return to the search list.
Click for the class section wanted.
For a single component class, the next page will be Enrollment Preferences.
*If adding a lab or conference course, you can enroll through either the lecture or lab/conference section. The shorter route for most courses is to enroll through the lab or conference section; for most courses you will be automatically enrolled in the lecture section.
*If you select the lecture component from the class search list, or for multi-lecture/multi-lab or -conference courses, you will need to select a related section.
Click the select button left of the section wanted, then click .
Confirm your selection. Click .
You can select additional classes to add or submit this request. To submit, click .
Confirm your request again and click .
Check for Success or Errors .
If you see errors, read the message. If this is something you can fix, such as a time conflict or hold, the class section is still in your Shopping Cart on the initial Add Classes page, so you can re-submit it after you have resolved the problem. If the error is not something you can resolve online, such as prerequisites, course closed or instructor consent, it is best to delete the class from your Shopping Cart by clicking the trashcan. If you don't understand the error message, leave the class in your Shopping Cart and ask the Registrar's Office for help (firstname.lastname@example.org).
View your Class Schedule as a final check to confirm your enrollment.