Register for Credit Courses - Course Selection

You may be looking ahead to many years of education, but you only need to register one semester at a time.

Steps to registration

You'll use the myܼŲͼ student portal to register for classes.

Choosing courses

Make a list of the required and elective courses for your program.

Not sure what courses to take?

  • Look at the "What You'll Learn" information for yourprogram
  • Talk to anAcademic Advisor
  • to check out the course descriptions

Organize your list

  • Timetable the courses that have the fewest sections offered first.
  • Make a note of the campus location and make sure if you have to travel between campuses you leave yourself enough time
  • Be sure course times do not overlap.
  • Take time to think about your schedule. Don't sign up for too many courses, especially if you're working.

Meet requirements

  • Make sure your selected courses will meet therequirements for graduation. DzԳٲAcademic Advisingfor help with course planning.
  • For loan and grant funds, students are required to be enrolled in afull course load.If you are receiving financial assistance, please speak to aFinancial AidAdvisor before making registration changes.

Choose electives

  • If you have a choice of classes, choose electives carefully: How much work will they be? Do they work for your program? Do they interest you—you'll be more successful in classes you enjoy!
  • Getting good grades is important especially if you're planning to transfer to another institution or trying to get into another ܼŲͼ program. Commit to attending class and using the supports available:

Prerequisites and corequisites

Make sure you have met the prerequisites and corequisites for each course and the Registration office has proof on file for each course prior to registration.


Courses you need to take before registration into your desired course. Course prerequisites require a minimum grade of "C" unless otherwise noted. If you don't have the prerequisites for a course, you will be automatically withdrawn from that course.


Courses you need to take at the same time as your desired course. On myܼŲͼ, you must register for corequisites before signing up for other courses. If you withdraw from a co-requisite, you must also withdraw from the related course.

Prerequisite waivers

If you don't have a prerequisite for a course but you believe you have the equivalent level, you can contact the Department Chair to request a prerequisite waiver. If approved, the Chair, or designate, will provide permission directly through myܼŲͼ. Once permission is granted, you will be able to register using myܼŲͼ.

Course prerequisite waivers are course and term-specific. They do not provide entry to other courses with the same prerequisite or to the same course in a different term.

Prior learning assessment

You may be able to earn credit for what you already know!

At ܼŲͼ, we recognize that learning which some students acquire from their life and work experiences may be equivalent to college-level learning. Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is a process whereby students may receive credit(s) for learning acquired in formal and in informal situations.

myܼŲͼ timetable definitions

Additional Information
Information about reserves, restrictions or further information specific to the section


Subject and number(e.g.ENGL 151)    

Course Description
Course content

Course value (e.g.3 credits)

College grading system

Instructor(s) teaching the section

Where the section is offered
campus mapsfor a complete list of codes for campus buildings


  • On-campus
    • scheduled dates/times/bldgs/rooms
  • Online
    • Asynchronous
      • online scheduled dates/no scheduledmeetingtimes
    • Synchronous
      • online scheduled datesandmeetingtimes
      • if applicable, room provided for virtual remotelearning.
        • Instructors may plan a combination of synchronous and asynchronous lessons.
        • Details are provided in the first week of the term.
  • Blended
    • online andon-campus
      • Instructors may plan a combination of synchronous and asynchronous lessons.
      • Details are provided in the first week of the term.
  • Off-Campus
    • if applicable, scheduled dates/times/bldgs/rooms

Meeting Information
Dates, times, location

Requirement(s)for the course

Seats (seealsoSeats Availableor Waitlisted)
The number of seats available

Seats Available(see alsoSeatsor Waitlisted)
The total capacity of the section with the number of seats available (e.g.11 of 24 Total)

3-5 digitnumber listed after the course(e.g.ENGL 151 001).

  • X restrictedforspecific program(s)(e.g.ENGL 151 X01)
  • 0open(e.g. ENGL 151 001)
    • no reserves OR
    • areservedsectionthat will openfor registration. SeeAdditional Informationfor when Open Registrationbegins.
  • IEreservedfor International Education students (e.g. ENGL 151 001IE)
  • B blended is a combination of in-class and online instruction
    (e.g.ENGL 151 B01 ENGL 151 BX01))
  • D online(e.g.ENGL 151 D01)
  • DS online self-paced (e.g.ENGL 151 DS01)
  • DSLF online self-paced learner focused is fora specific field (e.g. ENGL 070 DSLF1)
  • DH online highschool (e.g.ENGL 151 DH01)
  • Sself-paced(e.g.ENGL 032 S01)
  • BSblended/self-paced is a combination of online and self-paced, in-class instruction (e.g. ENGL 151 BS01)
  • SLF self-paced learner focused is fora specific field(e.g. ENGL 070 SLF01)
  • Hhighschool(e.g.ENGL 151H01)
  • Rcontract(e.g.ENGL 151 R01)
  • RHcontracthighschool(e.g.ENGL 151 RH01)

Term thesectionis offered.
(e.g.2021F =Fall |2021W =Winter |2021S =Summer)

Waitlisted(see alsoSeatsorSeats Available)
The number of students on the waitlist.
If the number of seats available is 0, a waitlist has not started yet.

Contact information

Registration Department

Need help?

Phone: 250-370-3550

September is a time of high volume. We recommend phoning rather than email for the fastest possible response.