College of Arts and Sciences

Registering for Classes Through My SJU

The following will help you to register for classes through My SJU.  It also provides some tips for successful searching and understanding possible errors that you may encounter.

SEARCHING FOR CLASSES

You can search for classes online through My SJU:

  • log onto My SJU
  • click on School Services
  • click on Student
  • click on Registration
  • click on Look Up Classes to Add
  • Select the appropriate term
  • use the search box to search for your classes

You also can use the quick link to "look up classes to add" after clicking on "school Services."

Search for classes by various fields including subject, course number, title, professor, or time. You also can can use the "Attribute Type" option to search for courses that fulfill specific requirements (e.g., Theology level I [GER], Math Beauty [GEP], Ethics-intensive [GEP], etc.).   After selecting your search terms and clicking on "class search," a list of classes meeting your request will appear.  Below are explanations for each of the columns on the "sections found" page.

“Sections Found” display – some key terms:

Column Heading Description
Select Course Status
SR = Seats Remaining
C = Course Closed
CRN Course Reference Number – The 5-digit number you will need for registration
SUBJ Course Subject/Department
CRSE 3-digit course number
SEC

Course Section – various sections include:
D = Day Courses
P = Courses open only to students in the College of Professional & Liberal Studies
SL = Service Learning – community service requirement for this section
HN = Honors Section – open only to students in the Honors Program
FS = Freshmen Seminar – open only to select CAS freshmen
FY = First-Year Seminar courses  - open only to students in the class of 2014

CMP Campus Indicator
D = Day College
E = College of Professional & Liberal studies
Cred, title, days, time The course title, number of credits, days and times it meets
CAP Total number of seats in the class
ACT Actual number of students enrolled in the course
REM Number of seats remaining in the class. A negative number indicates that the section is over enrolled

 

REGISTERING FOR CLASSES

After you have successfully logged onto My SJU:

  • click on School Services
  • click on Student
  • click on Registration
  • select term for which you wish to enroll
  • click on Add/Drop Courses
  • enter your alternate PIN
    • Obtain your PIN from your faculty advisor. Your PIN will change every semester and at the beginning of each Add/Drop Period.
  • enter the CRN (course reference number) of the classes for which you wish to register in the boxes at the bottom of the page
  • click on SUBMIT

If you are successful, you will get the message “web registered” for your classes. If you obtain an error message, you will have more work to do. See a list of common registration errors.

 

ADDING AND DROPPING CLASSES AFTER YOUR INITIAL REGISTRATION

Students may add and/or drop courses through the end of the Add/Drop period at the beginning of each semester. The Add/Drop period typically extends through the first week of class (see the academic calendar for the official date). Schedule changes made during this period will not appear on a student’s transcript.

 

After the Add/Drop period ends, you may no longer drop a course, but you may be able to withdraw from a course by completing the paperwork to receive a grade of W in the course with the written approval from the Dean’s Office. Procedures for withdrawal are available here.

Fall semester registration for first-year students:
To add or drop a course, you are required to use the Registration Changes form. You must meet with your faculty advisor to discuss proposed changes and obtain his/her approval and signature.

All other students who have registered for classes on-line:
Go to My SJU to add/drop classes after discussing changes with your academic advisor. The PIN for CAS students changes during the Add/Drop period.

Important Reminders:

  • If you are attending class, but your name does not appear on the instructor’s class list, YOU are responsible for adding the class to your schedule. Even if you think you registered for the class, resolve the problem prior to the end of the Add/Drop period.
  • If you are attending a different section than what appears on your schedule, YOU are responsible for dropping the incorrect section and adding the correct section (assuming seats are still available).
  • If you are not attending a class, but it still appears on your schedule, YOU are responsible for dropping the class before the end of the Add/Drop period. After the end of the Add/Drop period, you will need to withdraw from the course (with a “W” on your transcript). After the deadline for withdrawing from a class, you will receive an “F” for the course.