You may begin searching for open sections of courses for which you wish to register. There are several search options available to you.
You will then see that you are either registered for the course or you will see an error message describing why you could not register for the course. If you receive an error message, you must select a different section or a different course.
Repeat the process of searching for a class by selecting Section Search and then registering until you have completed your schedule. You may select “Return to Menu” in the upper right corner and then select Student Detail Schedule to see
your course schedule complete with meeting times, location, and instructor. You should print this for your records.
User ID number: This number is your permanent student identification number. It appears above your picture on your I-Card.
Alternate PIN: Undergraduate students must obtain their alternate PIN from their academic advisors. General requirements for the School of Graduate Studies and Research are set forth in the Graduate Catalog.
Making Schedule Adjustments: All students may make schedule adjustments from their initial time appointment until the end of the official drop/add period, using MyIUP. If any exceptional circumstances exist beyond the end of the drop/add
period, undergraduate students must consult the dean of the college of the student’s major. General requirements for the School of Graduate Studies and Research are set forth in the Graduate Catalog.
Obtaining Permission to Enroll in Closed or Restricted Courses: Undergraduates must consult the department offering the course. Once a permit is issued, the student must still register for the course in MyIUP. General requirements for
the School of Graduate Studies and Research are set forth in the Graduate Catalog.
Time Conflict Courses: Undergraduates must complete a Time Conflict Resolution Form. This form is required if there are two classes conflicting in time. For example, one class begins at the same time another class ends. Forms
can be secured from the Scheduling Center, located within the Office of the Registrar, third Floor of Clark Hall, or from one of the departmental offices
of the conflicting courses.
Permission to Take Excess Credits
Individual Course Withdrawal
Total University Withdrawal
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