Geneva College

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Web Registration

On-line class registration is available for the ease of students. On-line registration can only be done after the official registration start time.

Please read the following VERY IMPORTANT notices before Web registering!

  • Dropping below 12 credit hours can affect your health insurance, financial aid, and athletic eligibility.
  • Before dropping courses, we highly recommend you consult with your advisor.
  • By registering for courses at Geneva College, you agree to pay all charges incurred in accordance with College policy, including interest charges.

Web Registration is optional.

Prerequisites for Web Registration:

You must be a currently enrolled student. If you receive a registration form with a "registration start date" you are enrolled.

You must have No HOLDS on your record, including: advisor, other charges, accounts receivable.

IMPORTANT: Prior to the registration period every student will have an "Advisor Hold". This hold will be removed by the advisor after the student has met with the advisor. You must make an appointment with your advisor. Until he/she removes your advisor hold, you cannot complete web registration.

You must know how to log into the system.
Click on the "Web Registration Login" link on the right side of this page.
You'll be prompted for a username and password. Your username and password will be the same as the one used in the labs and for intranet access.

You can direct questions or problems to helpdesk@geneva.edu  

Web Registration Hours

Web Registration is allowed 7 days a week, except between the hours of 4 - 7 a.m. Late night will be a good time to register - there should be less competition at that time.

Where to get help
The online help for this program is very "helpful". In the top right corner of each page is a large "?". Click on it to get context sensitive help.

Normal business hours - between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday call 724-847-6731.

Cautions:

  • For courses that require a lecture and discussion or lab component, make sure you've registered for both components.
  • Make sure with your advisor that you have proper prerequisites for courses
  • Do not drop courses without talking to your advisor (dropping below 12 credits can affect financial aid, health insurance and athletic eligibility).

General Information

You cannot register for some courses on the Web. These include independent studies, internships, student teaching, courses allowed by permission only. We suggest you register for as much as possible on the Web, then visit the registrar's office for the rest.

There is a limit to the number of people signed onto the web module at any given time. If you receive a "system busy" message, wait 10 minutes and try again.

Registration schedule: 
Graduating Seniors (109+ Credits) April 1 (10 p.m.)
Seniors (90+ credits) – April 2 (10 p.m.)
Juniors – April 7 (10 p.m.)
Sophomores – April 9 (10 p.m.)
Returning Freshmen – April 10 (10 p.m.)

Recommended method of using program:

Click on the "Web Registration" button on the right side of this page.

  1. Login:

    Enter your username and password.
  2. Check the initial screen for any holds:

    If you are clear to register, there will be a green dot and "Registration Open" in the upper right hand corner of your screen.
  3. A yellow "Inquiry Only" dot means you are not clear to register. Read the screen for the reason.

  4. Register:

    There are several ways of "course searching":
  5. Option 1: Fastest method
    On your "registration form" list the courses you will take. Write the "course request number" on your registration form beside each course.
    Note: The "course request number" can be found by viewing Schedule of Classes for Undergraduate Courses .
    Click on "Course Search" option
    Enter the "course request number" and click "Go"
    When the section detail appears click on "Add"
    Click on "View my schedule" to check your schedule as it's being built.
    Verify that your schedule is correct and print a copy for later use.

    Option 2:
    Use any of the search criteria to find a course you are interested in, then click "Add".
    Click on "View my schedule" to check your schedule as it's being built.
    Verify that your schedule is correct and print a copy for later use.



 

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