What Registration rules should I know about?

You must satisfy any holds (service Indicators) for things such as academic fees, loans owed, fines, parking tickets, etc. before you will be permitted to register. Hold are displayed in your E-Hive account

If you choose to register in person, you will need to fill out a "Course Request Form" and bring it to Old Main room 139 for your initial registration.

Maximum Credit Load. You will not be able to register for more credits than allowed in the credit load schedule below:

  • 15 credit limit for students enrolled in remedial (courses numbered 0 to 99) courses
  • 18 credit limit for Freshmen
  • 19 credit limit for Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors with GPA <3.0
  • 20 credit limit for Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors with GPA 3.0 to 3.49
  • 22 credit limit for Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors with GPA >3.49
  • 14 credit limit for all students enrolled in Summer College
  • 14 credit limit for students on academic probation

Officially Registered - You are a registered student if you have one or more courses at the close of the registration period. As a registered student, you are responsible for payment of all fees and for grades in these courses, unless you officially drop them or withdraw from the University by the appropriate deadlines.

Course Prerequisites - Check the prerequisites of courses to see if you meet the requirements. If you register for a course and do not have the required prerequisites, you will dropped from the course. Faculty can allow you to enroll in a course without the required prerequisites by giving the student a permission number (to use in E-Hive) or by signing an add form that is brought to the Registrar's Office for processing.

Time Conflicts - If you attempt to register for overlapping courses, you will receive a message about the time conflict. If you are permitted to register for the course with the conflict, you must register through the Registrar's Office.

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