The act of registering; registry; enrollment.
The process of being advised, selecting courses appropriate to the student's academic goals, and officially establishing a course load and schedule sanctioned by the advisor.
process of reserving spaces for one's self in courses
Registration is the process of selecting classes, processing selections through the Registration Office or online, and paying tuition and fees.
Also known as certification, registration must be completed prior to refereeing in affiliated matches. Annual registration fees must be paid by each official and these vary depending on the grade of the official. New referees are registered immediately after the successful completion of an entry level course. In following years referees are mailed a registration form directly from the US Soccer Referee Office in Chicago.
Listing; with respect to health professionals, listing with a professional organization that requires specific course work, experience and the passing of an examination.
Registration is the process of signing up for a specific course. At Kwantlen, this is done online at http://www.kwantlen.ca/webreg.html
You may register for classes after you have been admitted to SDSU. Registration for each semester is conducted through WebLine (online registration)or RegLine (touch-tone phone registration). Your registration day and time will be mailed to you prior to the start of the registration period for each semester. If you register for a class and decide not to take it, you must drop the class prior to the end of the registration period. Otherwise, you may risk paying additional fees to drop the class at a later date, or receiving a hailing grade if the class is never dropped from your schedule. If you wish to add a class after the registration period has ended, you may do so by attending the first class meeting, signing up on a waiting list, and, if space permits, adding the class within the first 15 weekdays of the semester. Students who are not officially admitted to SDSU may enroll through the College of Extended Studies "Open University." Open University units count as residence units. However, extension courses (courses whose course number begins with an "x") do not count as residence units. (See Residence Units for more information).
Clemson students register for their classes by computer. Each fall and spring students are assigned a new, 5-digit Advising Number, that they obtain from an advisor. You will receive yours in CES 101 in the fall, and in ENGR 120 in the spring. If you don't take those classes, you'll need to meet with an advisor in the GE Advising Center to get your number.
Enrolment and Registration are two separate actions. Registration is defined as follows. Students register by paying tuition fees for courses in which they are enrolled, in accordance with the regulations of the Office of the Registrar. Students who have not paid a deposit and/or tuition fees will be de-registered from the session.
Students need to be entered into the global database before they can be registered onto your course.
enrolling in classes. This is different from Application, which means applying to get into University.
The process students follow to select classes and pay fees.
Registration is the process of officially registering for classes for an upcoming term. This may be done on campus, at the Fort Campbell campus, or on-line at: https://apweb.apsu.edu
This is a two-step process. First, you select the courses at the times and locations you prefer with an advisor or counselor. He/she will sign your completed registration form. Second, you will go to the Office of Student Records and Registration to officially be placed in the same courses. Your registration is final when you pay by the deadline for that semester.
The selection of courses once a student has been admitted to the university college.
The process of enroling in individual courses after completion of all required admission procedures.
The process of enrolling in college or university classes. Registration is usually at the beginning of each academic term and may include placement tests and payment of tuition and fees.
the act of enrolling in classes.
students complete a final course selection and make a payment or deposit for tuition and fees.
The process of enrolling for classes for a particular term, as explained for Centers, External Degree, and Online Program.
The process of enrolling in specific courses. The major steps in this process are admission to the University, payment of fees, selection of courses and completion of a registration form.
This term is not used in the PeopleSoft system because it means different things to different schools. More process-specific terms such as class enrollment, payment of fees and term activation are used.
The process of selecting and undertaking specific courses at AU. See " Admit" and " Enrol."
The process of registering for courses. Web Registration for Short and Spring Terms begins the first week of May; for Summer and Fall Terms, the first week of November.
The process of selecting, enrolling in, and paying for courses for the academic session.
The inclusion of a student in the class list of a course.
having one's name written in a list, as in signing up to take a course or enrol in a program.
The formal process required each quarter by which you enroll in classes and complete fee payment. Enrollment is completed via WebReg. Fee payment is completed either electronically (by enrolling in your Minimum Required Units (MRU) if you have student aid), and/or by submitting a payment to the Central Cashier's. See your quarterly ZOTBill or check ZOTAccount Online for instructions. Fee payment is contingent upon having no outstanding debts/holds. Failure to complete both enrollment and fee payment during the quarterly registration period may result in penalties, including fines and/or the loss of class enrollment.
This is the procedure by which students choose classes each semester and then meet with their advisors to officially enroll in those classes.
The process of enrolling in a course or other learning opportunity. Depending on the provider, registration typically includes submitting contact information (name, address, telephone number), information about educational and employment history, the name(s) and number(s) of the course(s), and tuition.
The activity arranged to allow students to schedule their classes for the coming term. Before registering, consult with your advisor to be sure you are taking appropriate classes.
The process by which students officially enroll in classes and pay fees. Students must be formally admitted to MSU-Billings before they may register.
consists of advisement through the college office, enrollment in courses, and payment of tuition and fees.
the process all students must go through to officially establish their student status with the university. Registration occurs at the beginning of each semester and is not complete until payment for the semester is made.
The process of selecting courses that are to be taken by a student in a term, or two terms, usually in accordance with the relevant program specifications for a degree or diploma.
The process of enrolling for courses. May be accomplished in person, by telephone or online. Non-credit registrations can also be done by fax or mail.
The art of scheduling your classes for each term/semester. Registration is completed with your academic advisor.
Each semester you must register in specific classes for the next semester, pay tuition and fees, etc.
An officially registered student is one who has submitted course selections on the registration form, obtained the necessary approvals, and has settled all charges with the Business Office.
Enrollment in classes.
A formal notice in which students show the courses they are taking in a session. Registration requires the approval of the appropriate academic unit (except online transactions using the Registration Navigator®).
Registration is the official enrolment of students in the University for a particular semester, and includes the selection of course sections and the payment of tuition fees and, where appropriate, other University fees.
Unless otherwise stated, a requirement to be "registered inâ€¦" indicates the minimum number of credit hours the recipient of an award must be registered in the semester in which the scholarship is paid. If no statement about registration is made, registration in at least 12 credit hours is required.
A process at the beginning of each semester or quarter whereby students select the courses they will take, pay fees, and set up class schedules for the semester or quarter.
enrolment onto a degree/ diploma programme.
the process of enrolling as a university student, only once application for admission to study for a degree/diploma has been firmly accepted and the applicant has formally confirmed acceptance to the offer.
The process of choosing, enrolling in and paying fees for courses taken in an academic session.
The process of planning your courses every semester, and reserving your place by paying the tuition bill. Can now be done entirely online by many students who have already been admitted to Montgomery College.
The process of providing required information and enrolling in classes each semester.
is the process of selecting, enrolling in, and being assessed fees for courses.
Signing up for classes prior to the new semester.
The process by which a student officially selects and enrolls in university course work. Registration is not complete until appropriate fees are paid.
The process of registering in a program of courses. This is separate from the process of admission.
selecting courses, filling out correct forms, and paying fees before classes begin.
enrolling in classes and paying fees.
The process of selecting courses and class times for an academic session. Registration may be completed by telephone or home computer, through Cyber Registration or in person.
The process by which you sign up for classes.
act wherein a student enrolls in a specific course
Signing up for courses at specific times. You will probably do this over the summer before you arrive at school. Before registering, you should read over the bulletin or catalogue and talk carefully to your advisor.
Reserving space in a course (we term this tallying) followed by payment of all tuition and fees: it is a two-part process. Registration is not completed until payment has occurred.
The process of scheduling classes for each semester. (Sometimes you have to wait in line for a while to do this. But at some colleges, once you become an upper-level student, you can do it by phone.)
Process of meeting with an academic advisor, selecting courses, submitting a course schedule, signing up for classes and paying fees.
the process of selecting specific courses in a particular term. After students are admitted into an institution, they must complete the registration process to get the courses they desire.
Process through which students select courses to be taken during a semester.
Registration is the process of officially selecting classes that apply to a student's major. Registration occurs every semester of college.
The process of signing up for classes after appropriate academic advising and payment of tuition and fees.
the process of choosing classes and enrolling in them.
Selection of courses to be taken during a quarter, semester or trimester.
The process by which a duly admitted student, upon payment of required fees, is enrolled in classes.
Officially enrolling in classes for the upcoming grading period.
The selection of individual courses after completion of all required admission procedures. Full payment of fees is usually required to finalize your registration.
The enrollment of persons wishing to borrow materials from the library. While local residents and taxpayers are the primary clientele of publicly-supported libraries, many libraries grant borrowing privileges to non-borrowing residents. See Colorado Library Card
The process at the start of each semester where commencing students are formally recorded as students of the University. The registration process also involves payment of tuition fees.
Enrollment for a semester, including selection of classes and payment of fees and tuition.
is the process whereby a student enrolls in a program of study and/or courses and pays, or makes acceptable arrangements to pay, all fees.
Official process of enrolling in classes.
procedure of enrolling officially in classes at the beginning of each semester or other academic term
Entering course selections into the College's computerized registration system to reserve your seat in a class. All students must apply to the College before they can register for classes. You may register in the Admissions and Records Office or online at www.clovis.edu/register.
Registration tools support the enrollment of students in an online course either by the instructor or through self-registration of the students themselves. Some registration tools allow instructors to enroll students in batches through the use of formatted text files. Time limited student self-registration may also be available to shift the clerical burden of the process to the students. This feature does not include the integration of the online learning system with an administrative student registration or information system. For more details on the automated enrollment and transfer of student information see the feature "Integration with SIS."
the process of selecting courses, completing college forms, and paying fees, all of which must be completed prior to the beginning of classes each term.
Registration is the actual process of selecting and enrolling in classes. Registration is required before the actual start of classes for each semester.
The act of enrolling in a specific course.
The administrative process by which a student is registered as a student of a programme of study and what is proceeded by the procedures for enrolment.
The process of enrolling in courses and paying tuition.
The process of formally enrolling in courses.