Registering for Classes

NEW - Instructional Videos Available Now

Please view the instructional videos in the tabs below for a demonstration of how to create a plan and register for classes.

-Adding yourself to a waitlist for a class (0:07)
-Registering for a class from the waitlist after receiving notification email (0:53)
-Dropping a class when registering for a class from the waitlist – conditional add/drop (1:23)

Students can create a plan and register for classes within the myNortheastern portal.  Students should select “Course Registration (NEW)” under Courses & Registration in the Services & Links tab to access the registration menu.

Highlights
Schedule Planning
Calendar View of Schedule
Conditional Add/Drop

New Landing Page

 

Prepare for Registration – Same information; new look and feel.

  • Check your Student Status and review holds.
  • View your time ticket.
  • Verify program information

 

Plan Ahead – Draft your ideal and backup schedules before registration opens.

  • Students and advisors can create up to three plans each term.

  • Search for specific classes using the advanced search.

  • Add sections to your plan and see a calendar view of your intended schedule.

*Note: The “Plan Ahead” search feature initially pulls courses from the course catalog; you must select “View Sections” to see whether there are sections of that course being offered during the registration term for which you are planning.

  • View all plans created by you or your advisor before registration opens.

*Note: Pre-requisites, co-requisites, and course restrictions will not display in this new registration platform.  You must check each course’s details (by clicking on the course title) to ensure that you are eligible to take the course.

Register for Classes – Search for sections, enter a CRN, and register for a plan all in one place.

  • View your plans and use the “Add All” button to register for your plan.
  • Don’t forget to click Submit!

Conditional Add/Drop

  • Add and Drop simultaneously and don’t lose your spot if the new class has errors.