SPRING 2023

REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2023

NOTICE TO STUDENTS AND FACULTY

 

The schedule of courses for the spring 2023 semester will be available via MyMaconWeb (MMW) on Wednesday, October 19. Registration for the spring 2023 semester will begin Wednesday, October 26 via MMW.  

 

Each student must receive advisor clearance to select spring 2023 courses. Students will not be able to register for classes until this clearance is granted by their advisor. Please work with your academic advisor about meeting to obtain advisor clearance.

 

Registration Dates for Spring 2023

 

SENIORS (75+ hours earned)

Registration opens Wednesday, October 26

JUNIORS (48-74 hours earned)

Registration opens Friday, October 28

SOPHOMORES (21-47 hours earned)

Registration opens Tuesday, November 1

FRESHMEN (0-20 hours earned)

Registration opens Thursday, November 3

NON-DEGREE SEEKING

Registration opens Monday, November 7

 

All registration windows open at 7:30a.m. on the designated day.

 

Once a student’s registration window is open, it remains open for adding spring semester courses through Friday, February 17, and for dropping spring semester courses through Friday, February 24. Students will be able to register for up to 17 semester hours during their initial registration window. Beginning on Monday, November 7, students may register for additional courses beyond the 17-credit hour limit. Please remember, an additional per-credit fee is charged for enrolling in more than 17 credit hours in the fall or spring term.

 

What will stop a student from registering?

 

  • The student has not been given clearance. Students should check with their advisor for this clearance. The Registrar’s office will neither override clearance nor grant clearance for advisors.
  • The student’s class window for registration may not be open. Be sure to check the schedule for appropriate dates. Windows are based on hours earned, not currently registered hours.
  • The requested course has a time conflict.
  • The student does not meet the catalog stated prerequisites.
  • The course is full.
  • The student has an outstanding financial obligation to the Business Office.