Use Add/Drop Courses feature allows users to view a list of classes the institution offered or is offering for a selected Year and Term (a single Session).
You can search for courses, view course information, and certain courses can be made available for public registration.
The feature looks different depending on whether you're required to register using your academic plan.
An academic plan maps out the courses you need to meet the requirements for general education, your major and minor, certifications, and concentrations. It guides you in choosing courses for each term. You can discuss the plan with your advisor.
If you see the Register by Plan link, you're required to register using your academic plan.
If you have an academic plan and your school requires registration by plan, you can develop your schedule using a calendar and work through registration issues during the process.
The Register by Plan link opens the My Schedule screen where you can find the courses that fit your academic plan, and a calendar you can use to develop your schedule.
The View Courses link opens the Course Search screen where you can find out whether a course is full or who the instructor is.
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If you don't have an academic plan or your school doesn't require registration by plan, you can click the Add/Drop Courses link to add, drop, and register for courses. It also lets you get an advisor's approval.
The Course Search link opens the Course Search screen where you can search using a variety of filters. You can find out whether a course is full or who the instructor is. If Add boxes are available, you can select one or more of the boxes and then click the Add Courses button to attempt to register for the selected courses.
Courses that display in the Courses Requiring Payment section require payment in full before the registration is considered complete. Depending on your school's settings, the course may automatically be dropped after a certain time period if the course fees have not been paid.