Students should select whether they are advised by the College of Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Center, or a departmental faculty member.
College of Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Centerplus or minus
Students advised in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Academic Advising Center will receive an e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org in their University of Scranton e-mail account with instructions for the pre-registration process.
Students should consult the Course Schedule Search , their DegreeWorks account and their respective Programs of Study (also found in the University Catalog ) and fill out their CAS Registration Form to the best of their ability prior to their assigned pre-registration appointment.
Departmental Faculty Advisorplus or minus
Students advised by a departmental faculty member will receive an e-mail from the Office of the Registrar and Academic Services pertaining to important course registration information in their University of Scranton e-mail account in February. Students should download a CAS Registration Form here. Instructions for filling out and signing a digital copy of the registration form can be found on the CAS Updates page. Students should contact their faculty advisor and schedule an advising appointment prior to their registration date. A student's faculty advisor is listed on the upper left-hand side of their Curriculum and Program Planning (CAPP) Report. Students can access their online CAPP Report through their portal. Students can find their faculty advisor's office hours here . Students should consult the Course Schedule Search , their CAPP Report and their respective Program of Study (also found in the University Catalog ) and fill out their CAS Registration Form to the best of their ability prior to their pre-registration appointment.
Prior to registration, students should ensure there are no holds on their account and confirm term PIN access. A hold will prevent anyone from registering a student in classes. If there is a hold on a student's account, the student should identify which office placed the hold on their account in their student portal and contact the appropriate office. A student must meet with their faculty advisor to receive their term PIN.