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Your Advisor – if you are having problems registering, plan to talk to your advisor to discuss your questions. Plan to stop by your advisor's office hours or send them a quick email.
The Academic Advising Support Center – students who are experiencing problems registering can also stop by the AASC for help and assistance.
Advising and Registration: 4 Steps– a helpful step-by-step guide that explains the advising and registration process from start to finish. This is a great place to start if you are not sure what your next steps should be.
Video: How to Register – a helpful video illustrating how to search and register for classes on SU Online. This step-by-step guide walks you through the details of SUOnline, how to locate classes, register/add classes, drop/withdraw classes, and view your class schedule.
SU Online – SU’s electronic platform for searching annual course offerings and adding/dropping classes.
Undergraduate and Graduate course catalog – the Catalog contains information regarding all academic requirements and course descriptions for the current academic year. Usually students are responsible for following the degree requirements of the Catalog covering the year they first enrolled at SU or the year they changed their major. To determine what Catalog year to follow, review the academic program line of your Program Evaluation. Older versions of the undergraduate and graduate course catalog can be located online.
SU Academic Calendar – use the SU Academic calendar to check important quarterly advising and registration dates as well as important add/drop/withdrawal dates.
Approximately 2 weeks prior to the scheduled advising period each quarter, you will be notified via SU email from the Registrar that the date and time of your access to the registration process; this is available for you to see on SU Online. How does my access time work? Your access time is the earliest time in which you can register (officially sign up) for the courses you will take in the coming quarter. Your access time then continues until registration for the coming quarter is closed, but the longer you wait to register the more difficult it will be to get the classes you want. Access times are assigned to all students based on their number of earned credits.
To view your registration time: Log on to SU Online; on the Student menu under the category "Registration", select "My Registration Dates" where you will find the time your access to registration begins. You can always access SUOnline from your MySU page.
Restrictions are essentially "holds" that prevent you from registering until you have met any outstanding university obligations specified on your "Student Restrictions" page.
To view any restrictions: Log on to SU Online; on the Student menu under the category "Registration", select "Student Restrictions" Follow the instructions or go to the organization which placed the restriction and address the issue that caused the restriction to be placed on your registration.
Common restrictions may require you to:
NOTE: Departments and offices cannot remove restrictions that have been placed by other departments or offices. Only the issuing department can end the restriction.
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