Academic Advising & Resource Center
Before Students Can Register
In order to register for classes, students must schedule an appointment with their academic advisor to receive advising and a registration PIN. (*Note-registration pins change each semester so students must see advisor each semester.) Registration for the spring semester usually occurs after fall break; registration for the fall & summer semesters usually occurs after spring break. For best availability, students should plan to see academic advisor at least 2-3 weeks before break.
Prior to registering for classes, students should check Banner for any holds that will prevent course registration. If you have a hold, contact the appropriate office to have it remedied. See HOLDS.
Prior to Your Advising Appointment
Before meeting with your advisor, students should be prepared. This means students should complete the registration worksheet and bring it to their advising appointment. You can download a copy of the worksheet here – Registration Worksheet (word) or Registration Worksheet (pdf)
Below you will find links to assist you in completing your worksheet and preparing you for registration:
DegreeWorks - Information on how to use DegreeWorks to view progress towards a degree and create a plan
Four-Year Degree Plans - List of degrees with recommended course sequence by semester.
General Education / Foundation Curriculum – Common 1000-2000 level FC courses. Please refer to the undergraduate catalog (under courses) for a complete list.
General Registration Info – Guides on how to register for classes, using the waitlist, etc.
Major Checksheets – Specific major requirements
Pre-Professional Advising –For those interested in pursuing a pre-professional area (pre-medical, pre-dental, allied health, pre-law, etc).
Registrars Office –Registration schedule, various forms, etc.
Registration Problems – Common registration problems/issues and how to resolve
Schedule Planner -New tool for students to aid in the course scheduling process
Undergraduate Catalog – Look-up degree requirements, academic rules and regulations, etc.
If you are interested in summer school, either at ECU or elsewhere see Summer Classes
Important to Remember