Course Registration Information

    Once again, you will use Student Planning to register for Summer & Fall 2024 and J-Term 2025 courses.

(See tutorials below.)

Registration will open at 7:00 a.m. on each of the following dates. Registration will remain open until the last day to add or drop for each term. 

Wednesday, April 3: Returning Seniors* - 24 or more completed course credits

Thursday, April 4: Juniors - 15 or more completed course credits

Monday, April 8: Sophomores - 7 or more completed course credits

Wednesday, April 10: Freshmen - Less than 7 completed course credits

Wednesday, April 17: All non-degree seeking students with registration clearance may register.

*Seniors graduating in Spring 2024 will not be assigned a registration date. Only seniors returning for the Fall 2024 semester will be assigned a registration date.

IMPORTANT: ALL NEW AND RETURNING STUDENTS MUST LOG INTO SELF-SERVICE PRIOR TO REGISTRATION TO ACCEPT THE STUDENT PAYMENT AND DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT FOR THE CURRENT 2024-2025 ACADEMIC YEAR!

Students can see their assigned registration date by logging into Self-Service/Student Planning.  Select “Plan your Degree and Register for Classes.”  Be sure to add a future term to your plan by clicking on the + button on the plan and schedule screen.  Once you do so, your registration date should appear.  

You may also check your earned course credits on the “View Your Progress” screen to see how many credits you have completed to determine your class standing and registration date.

You may also find your registration time by clicking this link: What is my registration date?

A few things to remember: 

  1. Students will need Registration Clearance from their advisor in order to register themselves online beginning at their assigned times.
  2.  Use the Course Catalog in Self-Service to search for your courses and add them to your plan prior to your registration time.   You may use the course type filter on in advanced catalog search to identify courses that will meet specific general education requirements and the “View My Progress” option to select courses and add to plan.  
  3. Note to returning seniors and juniors; The Course Catalog option offers the ability to search by course types in the new core curriculum. This will be helpful when identifying courses that will substitute, for example, for the GP, Reflections and Citizenship courses in the new curriculum. Moving forward, GP will be satisfied via Global Learning, Reflections will be satisfied via an Identity, Diversity and Equity course, and Citizenship will be satisfied with a Community Engagement designated course.
  4. Registration help will available from the Office of the Registrar by sending an email to registrar@monmouthcollege.edu.
  5. We are also be available in person in the ACE/Hewes Library if you need assistance between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on each registration date.
  6. If you get a message about a needing a pre-requisite or instructor consent, you will need to contact the instructor of that course directly. The instructor will need to email approval to registrar@monmouthcollege.edu or apply a waiver via Student Planning to allow the registration override.

View My Progress Tutorial 

Course Catalog Tutorial

Course Plan and Registration Tutorial

Planning and Registering for Courses tutorial

Course Catalog Tutorial