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Winter and Spring 2021 Course Registration

Contributed by Vikki Levine on 11/04/20 

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 The Registrar's Office and Academic Advising Center open virtually at 7:30 am on November 10th,  12th, 17th and 19th .

  • Monday, November 9th: Winter Registration ONLY
    • 9:00 am: All Students
  • Tuesday, November 10th   
    • 7:30 am: Special Populations and UG Students with 90+ Earned Credit Hours   
  • Wednesday, November 11th
    • 7:30 am: Graduate Students


  • Thursday, November 12th   
    • 7:30 am UG Students with 60 - 89.9 Earned Credit Hours 
  • Tuesday, November 17th      
    • 7:30 am UG Students with 30 - 59.9 Earned Credit Hours 
  • Thursday, November 19th    
    • 7:30 am UG Students with under 30 Earned Credit Hours 

Continuing Students, Students Returning from a Leave, Graduate Students:

The Winter and Spring 2021 course schedule will be available for view on HomerConnect and Degree Works beginning Monday, October 30th by noon. For additional information on the winter schedule click here.

On October 30th, after 12pm students will be able to view their Registration Status (aka Time Ticket) on HomerConnect. Registration Status lets students know what time they can register for classes. To ensure the most accurate time ticket, students should confirm all transfer credits have been awarded and complete any change of majors/minors/concentrations via IC workflow. Completed Block 1 courses will count as earned credits, grades of NGS or Incomplete will not count.

Reminders:
Registration status is based on credits earned, in progress fall courses DO NOT count in the credit total for registration. To check your credits earned; on your Student Profile page in HomerConnect view Overall Hours. 

Use your HomerConnect Profile page, upper right corner, to find your time ticket: click on Registration Notices. You can also check holds here. Not all holds block registration, please be sure to look at Processes Affected.

Prerequisite Checking and Course Restrictions WILL include review of fall course registration.

Course modality (schedule type) definitions can be found here. How to search courses by schedule type can be found here.

The IC Workflow overrides system opens with your time ticket (not before).

There is NO option in the override system when a class is full, the only option for a full class is to go on waitlist (if waitlist seats are available). Please keep in mind, this is only the beginning of registration which continues until the last day of add/drop in spring, January 31, 2021.

Registration Access Code (RAC):Students in H & S, Recreation Leisure Studies, Pre-Health Professions , and current first year students in the School of Business are required to meet with their advisor to receive their RAC which will be available to advisors October 30th by noon. Students in the above populations must have this code in order to register.  The only way for a student to obtain this code is to make an advising appointment with their advisor.

Check out these handy registration guides:

Registration Guides:

Check Midterm Grades

How To Waitlist Guide

Prepare for Registration

Browse Classes

How to Register for Classes

Understanding Holds on Student Profile

Changing Variable Credit Courses

Understanding Registration Error Messages

View a Class Schedule

 

Degree Works Guides:

Introduction to DegreeWorks Audits

How To Read a Degree Works Audit

Viewing the Audit Student Header

How To Do a Course Search

Using the Look Ahead Feature

Using the GPA Calculator

Using the What-If Feature

Navigating Other Views

How to View Legacy Degree Eval

 

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