Preparing to Register

Graduate Students

Follow instructions to register given to you by your program director.
The first day for graduate students to register for Intersession 2022/Spring 2022 is October 27, 2021.

Undergraduate Students Follow Instructions Below:

Registration for undergraduate students for Intersession 2022/Spring 2022 courses begins as follows:

Hours Earned: 
Registration Begins:
87.00 or more  October 29, 2021
57.00 - 86.99   November 5, 2021
27.00 - 56.99  November 12, 2021
00.00 - 26.99   November 19, 2021


  • Registration for most students is through Web registration remains open through the onset of the registration terms. 
  • To web register, you need your Royal ID#, University username and password, and a registration term PIN that you will get from your advisor prior to your registration date.
  • Students studying abroad this semester click here for registration information.
  • The Registrar’s Office will staff a Registration Help Line (570-941-4172) on the main registration dates to assist you with registration issues.
  • For additional registration and other helpful information, please go to


  • The course schedules are on the Registrar’s webpage at  Click on Course Search by Term on the left.   For how to find courses in single or multiple subjects, the entire course schedule, GE courses, or special program courses, go to the Registrar's webpage, click Registration Information, and then click Accessing Online Course Schedule.
  • You can access the course schedules before you get your registration term PIN from your advisor, but you won't be able to register without that term PIN.  

CAS Freshmen Students 

CAS Freshmen students will receive an email in their University of Scranton email account from the CAS Advising Office informing each student to pick-up their course registration materials from the CAS Academic Advising Center located in St. Thomas Hall, room 209. 

CAS Faculty-Advised Students (Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors)

Do the following on or after  September 15, 2021:

  • Click here to view the complete CAS undergraduate student instructions. 

KSOM Undergraduate Students

Do the following on or after  September 15, 2021:  

  • Log onto
  • Click Kania School navigation
  • Click KSOM Academic Advising Schedule (to schedule an appointment online) 

KSOM students do not need a Course Registration Form or Packet

PCPS Students

 Do the following on or after  September 15, 2021:

  • Monitor your email for when you are allowed to sign up for an advising appointment. 
  • First year PCPS students are strongly encouraged to attend a workshop on the registration process held by the PCPS advisors in October. 
  1. Click for instructions to print your CAPP On-Line report
  2. Review info about courses needed for your major in the Online Undergraduate Catalog
    See what courses are offered at Course Schedule Search
  3. Prepare a schedule of what courses you plan to take - click the following link to print a Course Registration Form.
  4. Go to your advising appointment to review your course selections - bring your CAPP and completed Course Registration Form.  (KSOM students do not need a form.) Your advisor will give you your registration start date/time and term PIN for web registration.
  5. Log into your account as soon as possible to confirm access - you must be able to log in to register.
    If you can't access, check your Local Contact/Emergency Notification System info in on the Home tab to be sure it was updated.
    If you still can't access, call Tech Support at 570-941-4357 or email prior to your registration date.
  6. Clear account holds from Bursar, Library, etc., before your registration date - they must be satisfied before you can register.
  7. Access your University email account daily - this is especially important during registration.