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Class Registration

Spring 2017 Registration Steps

Registration Opens Monday, October 24th, for all Graduate and Post-Bacc students.

Academic Advising for undergraduate students -  October 24-29 (Students who have earned more than 31 credits).  November 7-10 for students with less than 32 credits earned.

Make an appointment to meet with your academic advisor prior to your advising week.  Discuss your progress and choose your classes for the upcoming semester.  You can view the schedule of courses for the fall term through the Class Schedule Search or log onto your my.stetson.edu account and search through the Registration module.

Students currently in an FSEM/HONR 100/EDUC 245H course, you are required to attend an advising lab prior to registration.  Contact the Office of Academic Advising if you have further questions.

Registration Schedule for undergraduate students

Advising and Registration instructions for Upperclass Students
   for Advising and Registration purposes Upperclass is defined as 32+ earned credits

Advising and Registration instructions for First-Year Students
   for Advising and Registration purposes First-Year is defined as 0-31 earned credits

Automatic Waitlist

Read about the waitlist and be prepared in case you need or want to waitlist a course.

Registration Tips and Hints

Important Locations

Academic Advising

Location: Hollis Family Student Success Center
--2nd Floor of Library

Phone: 386-822-7345

Bursar

Location: Stetson One Stop, Griffith Hall

Phone: 386-822-7050

Financial Aid

Location: Stetson One Stop, Griffith Hall

Phone: 386-822-7120

Registrar

Location: Stetson One Stop, Griffith Hall

Phone: 386-822-7140, 386-822-7142, 386-822-7143, 386-738-6682 or 386-822-7150

Important Notes

  • The Registration PIN is valid for one term only. You must meet with your academic advisor to receive this number.
  • Neither the Office of the Registrar nor the Academic Advising Center will provide a registration PIN to you. If you forget or misplace your registration PIN, please see your advisor or the department chair of your major.