Registration Tips

Registering for classes can be one of the most stressful parts of being a college student. However when planned right, making a schedule doesn't have to be so hard. Here are some tips to help you along with picking the schedule you want.

1) Run a degree audit - It will tell you all the courses you need to take to fulfill your major requirements.

2) Talk to your advisor - If you are confused about anything, contact your advisor. They are there to help you.

3) Check SeaNet before registration - You can view class times, professors, and availability before registration actually opens.

4) Check Rate My Professor- You can look up reviews from previous students and see what professors you would rather take.

5) Make a tentative schedule - Gather course numbers and put together a tentative schedule that would fit together. Even if you don't get all your classes, you have a base schedule to work from. Useful website for making tentative schedule MyEdu . Also make note of CRNs for each class that you choose for a faster, easier registration process. You can enter the CRNs to avoid having to look up each class individually again.

6) Register on time - As soon as your registration becomes available, log on and take care of it. The longer you wait, the harder it is to sign up for classes.

7) Think of the future - When you are picking out your classes before you register, be sure that you are setting yourself up for future completion of classes and hours needed to graduate or gain admission to your specific college.

Follow these tips and making a schedule should be stress free!

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