When required or if needed, students will need to meet with their academic advisor prior to their registration time. Learn more about advising appointments here. Registration for classes for the next term typically happens sometime during Week 6-7 of each the current term. Here are some things to keep in mind about registration:
Review your Program Evaluation through mySeattleU (under "Student Planning")
Learn about common registration holds and how to resolve them below.
To learn more about Registration, visit the Office of the Registrar.
While we hope that you are able to get your first choice classes right at your registration time, that is not always the case. Some classes have waitlists or save seats to make sure that students who need the class more urgently to graduate on time can get in. If a class you wanted is full, review the Closed Class Procedures Table below.
|mySeattleU Student Planning||Learn more about how to use mySeattleU Student Planning system through the Office of the Registrar.|
|Planning Resources for Degrees||Visit the Planning Resources for Degrees page to review the 2 year (for transfers) and 4 year (for first-time students) educational plans for each major as a template for your own educational plan. Note that it should just be used as a starting point, your own plan will be individualized to you.|
|University Core||Visit the University Core page to learn more about the SU Core curriculum. Note that some programs will have their own version of the Core. Review your program evaluation to see your program's Core requirements.|
|Math Placement Exam||
Visit the Math Placement & Exams page to learn more about testing out of math courses.
|Language Placement Exams||Visit the Modern Languages Placement Exam page to learn more about language testing.|
|UCOR||Contact your Advising Center or the Core office.||Closed Core Course Procedure|
|Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Math, Physics||If a class is full or the system is not recognizing your prerequisite(s), Fill out the Waitlist Information for Science & Engineering (WISE) form. While you should hear back within a few days, the forms can take up to two weeks to process.||WISE Form Info & Link|
Environmental Science, Engineering
Contact the department directly (see link for emails)
|Science & Engineering Department Contacts|
|Albers Business Courses||Contact an academic advisor in Albers Advising Center.||Albers Advising Center|
Note: For other courses, contact contact your advising center or the Department to learn more about closed course procedures.
|Hold||Notification||How to Resolve|
|Financial||Registration Financial Hold||Pay your tuition, fees, and bills through Student Account Center in the office of Student Financial Services. If you are having trouble paying your bill, reach out to Student Financial Services or schedule an appointment with the office of Student Persistence.|
|Library Fees||Library Fines||Pay your library fees at the Lemieux Library.|
|Transcript||Office of Admissions Hold||Submit your missing final transcript(s) to the Office of Admissions. If you notified SU that you intended to transfer credit in from a previous school but did not end up taking courses, you will need to contact the previous school to confirm that you did not take courses there before your hold can be removed.|
|Think About It||DN of Students Think About It||Compete the required Think About It online training. If you do not complete the Think About It training before the deadline, you will need to submit a Hold Removal Request to have your hold lifted.|
|Immunizations||Your immunization requirements are incomplete, contact the Health Center.||
Provide proof of required immunizations to the Student Health Center.
Pay your parking tickets through Campus Safety and Transportation.
Note: Departments and offices cannot remove holds that have been placed by other departments or offices. Only the issuing department can remove the hold.