Early registration allows for the best class selection! Students are encouraged to register at the appointed time, but may register any time prior to the first day of the semester. No initial registrations will occur after the start of the semester. There will be a change of schedule period the first five days of the regular semester where students who are currently enrolled may drop/add classes with no penalty.
Early Registration Start Times
Registration for Spring 2019 begins on the following dates and times:
|Oct. 29-30 at 8 a.m.||Students in Special Programs (ambassadors, athletics, early-degree students, honor students, nursing, veterans registered with veteran services & students who require special assistance)|
|Oct. 31 at 8 a.m.||Students with 45+ credit hours completed*|
|Nov. 1 at 8 a.m.||Students with 30+ credit hours completed*|
|Nov. 2 at 8 a.m.||Students with 20+ credit hours completed*|
Nov. 5 at 8 a.m.
|Students with 15+ credit hours completed*|
|Nov. 6 at 8 a.m.||Students with 10+ credit hours completed*|
|Nov. 7 at 8 a.m.||Students with 5+ credit hours completed*|
|Nov. 8 at 8 a.m.||Students currently registered and students with less than 5 hours completed*|
|Nov. 9 at 8 a.m.||Early Registration|
|Nov. 10||Regular Registration on web|
* Completed hours include transfer and institution hours, but do not include in-progress hours.
- Web Registration 24/7
- Office of Registration and Records, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
Important! Your advisor will release your record or give you an Alt PIN necessary for registration.
Contact your advisor
All degree-seeking students (with exceptions as noted below) are required to contact their advisor each semester in order to ensure progress towards a timely graduation and to obtain the Advisor Release/Alt PIN that is necessary for registration. The Advisor Release/Alt PIN is necessary for initial registration each semester. Alt PINs are removed from a student's account the night following initial registration. Students will not be prompted for an Alt PIN for future registration activity during that semester. Advisors have set aside additional time during Advisement for Success Kick-off (ASK) Week, specifically for student convenience. Students may contact their advisor by phone, by BearPass Email or by making an office visit.
- Degree-seeking first-time freshmen are required to attend Student Advisement and Registration (STAR) and meet with an advisor.
- Dual-Credit students are required to meet with the coordinator of admissions.
Review your registration status
The University recommends that students check their registration status prior to registration to determine if there are any hold restrictions on their account. Students can view their registration status and holds in My Grizzly Den.
- Click on the My Enrollment tab,
- Then within the Registration channel click on Registration Status and
- select the appropriate term.
Any holds should be settled prior to registration by contacting the appropriate office.
Register for classes
Students may web register through My Grizzly Den at any time except when system maintenance occurs each week from Friday midnight to Saturday 2:00 AM. See the instructions for web registration for more information.
Students also may register in the office of registration and records in Cass Hall, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Students are encouraged to register at the appointed time, but may register any time following their scheduled period of time.
Note: The Advisor Release/Alt PIN is necessary for initial registration. Alt PINs are removed from a student's account the night following initial registration. Students will not be prompted for an Alt Pin for future registration activity during that semester.
* Completed hours include transfer and institution hours, but does not include in-progress hours.
If a class section closes, you may monitor the Show Closed/Canceled Class Sections from My Grizzly Den for a list of closed or canceled classes. If the course is no longer listed as closed, additional registrations are being accepted for that class section.