Preregistration for the Spring Semester 2018—Main Campus Undergraduate Only
Preregistration for the spring semester 2018 begins on Monday, October 9 with a week long advising period. The registration period begins on October 16 and extends through Friday, November 17, 2017.
Preregistration may be accomplished in two ways: (1) those who qualify may preregister on-line by using Student Planning or (2) through the academic advisor in the traditional manner. In any case, students MUST receive advisor approval in order to register for classes. If registering online, students will select their course preferences and request advisor approval through Student Planning. Once approval is granted, students will be able to register for classes during their priority group below.
Registration priority is set for the following categories and student groups: Monday, October 16 – Friday, November 17, 2017:
REGISTRATION PRIORITY GROUP 1: MONDAY, OCTOBER 16—FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20
Students with 97+ *completed hours, athletes, cheer leaders, pep band members, Honors Program students.
REGISTRATION PRIORITY GROUP 2: MONDAY, OCTOBER 23—FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27
Students with 80 to 96.9 *completed hours.
REGISTRATION PRIORITY GROUP 3: MONDAY, OCTOBER 30—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Students with 48 to 79.9 *completed hours.
REGISTRATION PRIORITY GROUP 4: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10
Students with 12 to 47.9 *completed hours.
REGISTRATION PRIORITY GROUP 5: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17
Students with fewer than 12 *completed hours.
Note: *Completed hours DO NOT include registered hours in progress.
After these weeks, the system will remain open to advisors through Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 4:30pm. It will then be closed to allow us to run rosters for classes beginning on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.
To qualify for on-line registration:
Students must have an overall ‘C’ average (2.000) or better. Students who do not meet this threshold must register during their priority time by appointment with their academic advisors.
Things to do prior to pre-registering:
- Understand the program requirements for which you entered the university. Current as well as archived bulletins may be accessed on the Website at: www.campbell.edu/catalog. Earlier bulletins may be accessed through www.campbell.edu/catalog/past-course-catalogs.
- Make sure that you have no “hold” flags preventing preregistration on-line or through you advisor. Hold flags typically blocking a student’s registration include: AR—Financial, ADM—Admissions, SA—Honor Code, PC—Provisional Students, LOW—grade point average too low to qualify for on-line registration, and RT—Retention. Students logging onto their Student Planning accounts will be able to see if they have hold flags; and the office responsible for the flag(s) will also be provided.
- Review your Program Evaluation in Student Planning, observing requirements and making sure that any exceptions, exclusions, or waivers that have been granted by an appropriate dean have been posted.
- Secure an appointment time with your advisor to review your on-line preregistration or to preregister you. The advisor must approve the potential schedule in order for you to register for courses.
How to Register On-Line:
Remember, when registering for classes on-line, you need to register for the following term(s):
- Main Campus Undergraduate Classes—Spring 2018 (18SP1)
How to Register for Campbell University Online classes:
Main Campus Undergraduate students must have their adviser’s approval to take online courses or courses offered at Fort Bragg, Raleigh, Camp Lejeune/New River, or the Internet (Global Campus)
Please note: Main Campus students cannot register for Adult & Online Education (AOE/Internet) courses on-line. See Mrs. Marty Blackmon in the AOE Office for AOE online course registration. The Adult & Online Education Office is located at 79 Bolton Road in the brick building beside the Human Resources Office. (Bolton Road leads to the pool and the track.) Main Campus students wishing to sit for AOE online courses must have prior advisor approval.
Please be alert to the following policies applying to Main Campus Students enrolling in courses offered by Adult Education and Online Courses:
The requested course will not be available on the main campus during the semester in which the Adult and Online Education course is requested. Furthermore, the student must demonstrate that the requested course is necessary for a timely graduation.
Main campus students wishing to take courses at one of the extended campuses must first complete an Approval to Take Campbell University Adult and Online Education Courses (form) which requires signatures from the student’s advisor, the Department Chair for the course discipline, and then the representative of the extended program campus when accompanied by a completed registration form for classes at that campus. During the Summer Term only advisors need to sign.
A main campus student may enroll for no more than two courses per semester through Adult and Online Education, or combination thereof.
If a student enrolls for six (6) or more semester hours on main campus and additional semester hours through Adult and Online Education during a semester such that he/she is registered for at least 12 hours, the student is considered a full time main campus student and must pay the full time main campus student tuition and applicable fees.
The maximum number of combined hours from all campuses during any semester may not exceed 18.5 hours.
International students must obtain permission from the office of International Admissions prior to enrolling for any courses offered through Adult and Online Education.
Once you have preregistered, you will be considered registered and no further confirmation will be necessary. However, should you decide that you will not attend any of the terms for which you are registered, you should notify the Registrar’s Office so that we can cancel your schedule and void your tuition charges.