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ASU-Newport's MyCampus Online Registration

 

Begin online registration and scheduling courses online by selecting the Online Registration launch page and entering the required information.

To register for courses in MyCampus
  1. Navigate to My Academics > Online Registration.

  2. Select an Enrollment. If only one enrollment exists, the enrollment is already selected.

  3. Select a Term. If only one term exists, the term is already selected.

    Registration Status

    The enrollment and term selection determine your online registration status. You cannot proceed to Step 1 of the Online Registration until you select a valid enrollment and term. 

  4. Click Select. The Registration Status for the course in the selected term and enrollment is displayed. Details of your previously registered courses are also displayed.

    Online Registration

  5. The Registration Status information may include the following (depending on the CampusNexus Student configuration):

    • Term Period - the term period for the course being registered.

    • Registration Period Starts - the date when you can begin to register courses for this enrollment and term.

    • Last Day to Add - courses must be added to this enrollment and term no later than this date.

    • Last Day to Drop - courses must be dropped from this enrollment and term no later than this date.

    • Status - the status for this enrollment is Open (available for online registration) or Closed (not available for online registration).

    Important Information About Registration Locks:

    If the Status column in the Registration Status section displays Schedule Change Lock for a Parent term or a Standard term, you cannot proceed to Step 1 of the Online Registration. If there is a status of Schedule Change Lock for a Child term when term relationship is ON, a message about the lock is displayed and you cannot add or remove any courses in Step 1 of the Online Registration.

  6. Verify the information displayed. Registered courses are displayed along with their current status. 

  7. Click Begin Online Registration to proceed to Step 1 - Select Courses.

    — OR —

    Click Registration Assistant to view a list of suggested courses in the upcoming term. For more details, see Registration Assistant.

Step 1 - Select Courses

In Step 1 of the Online Registration, you select the courses you wish to add or drop. This page initially displays courses required to graduate from your program. If you previously selected courses for registration, those courses appear in the Selected Courses section.

Important Information About Registration Locks

The Schedule Change Lock and the Maximum Limit Lock registration lock statuses are evaluated upon adding a course from the Course Search section or the Quick Add section.

  • If there is a Schedule Change Lock on a Child Term when Term Relationship is ON, the Add button in the Search Results grid for course sections belonging to the Child Term are disabled.

  • If the Maximum Limit Lock is exceeded by adding a course, a message is displayed. If you opt to add a course, the course is added to the Selected Courses section and you cannot register the course on Step 3; however, you can Audit/Reserve the course.

Note: When the new Add/Drop dates are displayed for each course section level on Step 1 of Online Registration, the Online Registration launch page displays the text Please see the course section for Add/Drop End Date (in the Registration Status section) and hides the 'Last Day to Add' and 'Last Day to Drop' columns.

By default, the course list displays courses that are required in your program. Generally, courses that you have already taken and passed are not displayed. Courses that you failed are available for registration provided that you did not attempt the course more than the maximum number of times allowed by your institution.

 

To select courses for Online Registration
  1. Use the Course Search section on the left side of the page to search for courses using the following search criteria:

    • Display (All Courses, Required, or Elective)
    • Areas of Study
    • Type (for example, Lecture, Lab, Externship)
    • Level (for example, Undergraduate, Freshman, Senior).
    • Keyword
    • Course Code
    • Instructor
    • Days of the week
    • Classes start times.
  2. Click Search. The courses found are displayed in the Search Results area.

    Note: If you are enrolled in a term-based program and you add a course through selection or Quick Add, the following verification occurs:

    1. If your enrollment is in a term-based program, and
    2. If you have taken the course earlier, and if so,
    3. If you meet one of the following conditions:
      • You passed the course twice.
      • You failed the course the first time and passed it two times after failing it.
      • You passed the course the first time and failed the course the second time.
      • You dropped the course twice.
      • You passed the course the first time and dropped the course the second time.
      • You dropped the course the first time and passed the course the second time.
      • You passed the course the first time and the course is in Current status the second time.
      • You dropped the course the first time and the course is in Current status the second time. 

    If you meet one of these conditions, a message indicates that retaking the course will cause you to receive '0' enroll status credits. Once you register for the course, the enroll status credits value is set to '0' and the Retake TIV 2nd Credit Earned Zeroed field is set to '1'. The Retake TIV 2nd Credit Earned Value field will have the value that was previously in the Enroll Status Credits field.

    Some institutions may offer the option to re-register for courses such as Music or P.E. that are configured as repeat courses. If you select a course you have already taken that is designated as a repeat course, a message indicates that you have already taken the course. If you select 'Yes' to continue, you are allowed to re-register for the repeat course without needing the assistance of an advisor.

    Note: Some institutions offer the option of searching only for course sections that are currently open for registration instead of viewing all scheduled course sections. This can significantly reduce the time you spend looking for course sections that meet your schedule.

    If your institution offers this option, select Hide courses that are Full (no seats are available) from the Search Results. When this option is selected, the Search Results — Required Courses page only shows you courses with an Available or Waitlist status.

  3. From the list of available courses in the Search Results area, begin the process of adding courses to your schedule by clicking add course next to the desired course. A list of all course sections available for the selected course is displayed.

      • In some cases, a course may have a retake fee. The following message is displayed before you can continue to add the course:

      • In some cases, a cross referenced course may be displayed that has a course number and a course title with a message that says '(Satisfies )'. A cross-referenced course is a course that has a different course title than the course specified in the student's program requirements. For example, a student may register for a course that is offered in another campus location to satisfy the course requirements of the program on the student's campus.  When the cross referenced course is displayed, an additional note appears indicating that the cross-referenced course satisfies the Required Course listed.

        A cross-referenced course is shown as:

          (Satisfies )

        Note: Cross Referenced courses may be retaken as a result of a previous failure, but students cannot repeat a crossed referenced course, even if the institution allows repeats.

      • In some cases, courses may be full, waitlisted, or have corequisite requirements. The course availability appears in the Status column. If a course is full, you cannot register for the course. If a course has corequisites, you must select all corequisite courses and add them to your Selected Courses list before clicking on the Proceed to Final Step button. For additional information about course availability, hover the cursor over the numbers displayed in the Seating column for the desired course.

     

    • If your institution offers courses that allow you to select a variable number of credits, these courses the text "VAR" is displayed next to the normal credit value shown in the CR column of the Search Results area. In the next step, when you select the Class Section in which you wish to register, you can select the number of credits you wish to take as long as the Class Section selected allows variable credits.  

    The courses displayed in the Search Results area show only the course number, title, credits type and status. To view the sections offered for a course, you must click add course next to a course to view information about all sections offered for that course.

    For each section the following fields are displayed: 

    • Add - The (add) icon is displayed as long as the section is available for registration. Click to select a course/section combination. If there are prerequisites for the course, a 'PreReq' link is displayed. You cannot register for the course unless all of the prerequisite rules including required courses, minimum grades (if required), and any testing requirements (if applicable) are met.

    • Section - If the section is available for registration the (drag select) icon is displayed. Drag the icon to the Selected Courses panel to select a course/section combination.

    • Credits - The Cr field displays the number of credits that the section offers. If the section is configured to allow the student to select a variable number of credits, the value is displayed in a drop-down list from which the desired credit value may be selected. The initial value is the "normal" credit value for the section.

    • Campus - This indicates if the section is offered on campus or online.

    • Location - The building and or room where the section meets is displayed.

    • Course Schedule - The days and times that the section meets is displayed.  Click the link to view a monthly calendar displaying the dates that the section meets.

    • Delivery Method - Indicates the delivery method (for example, lecture, lab, externship).

    • Instructor - The name of the instructor teaching the section is displayed.

    • Seating - Consists of three numbers:

      • The first number = the number of seats available for registration in the course section.

      • The Second number = the maximum number of students that can register in the course section.

      • The third number = the number of students who are wait list for the course section.

    • Status - A section may be listed as Available, Waitlist, Full, Closed, or PreReq.

      • If the final date for registration has passed, the status is Closed.

      • A course section is labeled as Full when no waitlisted seats are available.

      • If waitlisted seats are available, the course section is labeled as Waitlist.

      • If the course has prerequisites, click the PreReq link in the Status column to view prerequisites and corequisites required for the course.

        You are not allowed to register or be waitlisted in a course if you do not meet all prerequisites or are not registered in a course that enables you to meet the prerequisites before the beginning of the course in which you are attempting to register. When registering in a course that has corequisites, you must register in all corequisite courses at the same time before proceeding.

  4. Complete your course selections and click Proceed to Final Step.

Quick Add Panel

Use the Quick Add feature if you know the Course Code and Section of a course you wish to register for. Click Add to insert the Course and Section into the Selected Courses area.

If found and all applicable prerequisites or corequisites are met, the desired course and section is placed in the Selected Courses area. If any prerequisite and/or corequisite requirements are not met, a message appears below the Add button indicating why registration in the desired course is not allowed.

Note: The Quick Add feature is also subject to the Exclude Drops/Allowable Attempts conditions described above.

Document Prerequisites

Registration prerequisite documents or permits are authorizations that allow a student to register for a selected course or course section. Courses that typically require permits for registration are internships, upper-level courses, and independent studies. A written permission is required for a student to register for such a course.

In Student Portal, if document authorization is required for any course, a PreReq link is displayed in the Add column. The symbol is displayed only if you submitted all required documents and the necessary prerequisites are satisfied.  

Click the PreReq link to view a list of all document prerequisites required for the course.

Click OK to close the dialog.

You cannot register for a course that does not satisfy document type prerequisite rules.

  • If you have a non-section specific permit on file, you may register for any section of the course to which the permit applies provided the permit has not expired, the course has remaining seats available, the drop/add date has not expired, and there are no additional prerequisites.

  • If you have a section specific permit on file, you may only register for the sections of the course to which the permit applies provided the permit has not expired, the course has remaining seats available, the drop/add date has not expired, and there are no additional prerequisites.

Once a permit is approved, you need to register for the course on or before the expiration date. After the expiration date, the permit document is not considered to be approved and registration fails. The following dialog is displayed if a document permit for a course/course section has expired.

If you add a course that has a prerequisite requirement using the Quick Add feature, the following dialog is displayed.

Unregistering from Courses

When the Step 1 - Select Courses screen is first displayed, the Selected Courses area shows all courses for that term in which you are currently registered. In most cases you may unregister from courses in which you are currently registered by clicking the icon next to the desired course in the Selected Courses area. You will be unregistered from the course as indicated by the course being removed from the Selected Courses area and returned to the Required Courses area.

If, however, the course that you are trying to unregister is a prerequisite to another course you are registered for, or a corequisite to a course in which you are already registered, a message shows the prerequisite/corequisite dependencies that are associated with the course you are attempting to unregister from. This message indicates the reasons preventing you from unregistering.  

You are not allowed to unregister from a course with prerequisite or corequisite dependencies unless you perform the following:

  1. For a course that is a prerequisite to another course, you must first unregister from the course that has the prerequisite requirement. You may then unregister from the course that was the prerequisite to the course that you just unregistered from.

  2. For a course that is a corequisite to another course that you are already registered for, you must unregister from all corequisite courses at the same time before clicking the Proceed to Final Step button. When you click for the first corequisite course you will be presented with the pop up warning message. Click for the remaining corequisite courses and then click Proceed to Final Step to complete the unregistration.

Unregistering from Courses
When you hit "Register for Courses" and the page is first displayed, the Selected Courses area shows all courses for that term in which you are currently registered. In most cases you may unregister from courses in which you are currently registered by clicking the  icon next to the desired course in the Selected Courses area. You will be unregistered from the course as indicated by the course being removed from the Selected Courses area and returned to the Required Courses area.
Example:

After clicking on the button gives you.