How to Register

1. Use your DARS all-in-one planning tools

1. Use your DARS all-in-one planning tools

Undergraduate Students: Use all three DARS interactive tools to get ready for your enrollment appointment. Freshmen, Sophomores, & Juniors: Advisors expect you to build a three-semester plan with DARS Degree Planner before your advising appointment and before they will lift your advising hold. Seniors should plan through their final semester.

DARS planning tools

2. Check your Student Center

2. Check your Student Center

Go to myHumboldt:

  • Check for Holds and resolve any issues right away. Some holds may take 24-48 hours to clear, which could jeopardize your enrollment appointment.
  • Check your To Do List. An Enrollment Agreement will show up in your To Do List. You must complete an "Enrollment Agreement" each semester to accept the financial obligation of registering for classes. For more information, see Student Financial Services
  • View Enrollment Dates. Check the date and time you can enroll in classes.

3. Meet with an advisor

3. Meet with an advisor

Meet with your advisor to review your plan and discuss your academic progress. After the meeting, your advisor will remove the hold on registration. See How to contact your advisor.

  • For both ACAC and faculty advising, there will be remote advising options and steps detailed at the newly created Keep Learning website which has many resources to support you all in one spot. This site will be updated regularly.
  • Additionally, your faculty advisor - or the department chair of your academic program - will send you a message about how to schedule a virtual advising appointment.

4. Enroll in classes

4. Enroll in classes

At your enrollment appointment time, secure your seat in classes by finalizing your enrollment in Student Center. See Enroll in Classes.

5. Verify your schedule

5. Verify your schedule

View your weekly schedule to verify all your classes are there. How to view my schedule

6. Pay any tuition or fees

6. Pay any tuition or fees

Pay any tuition or fees by the payment deadline.

Learn about Deadlines and Tuition & Fees.

7. Adjust your schedule (first two weeks of classes ONLY)

7. Adjust your schedule (first two weeks of classes ONLY)

Add/Drop Deadline: 11:59 p.m. on the Monday after the second week of classes. See Academic Deadlines for the date each semester.

Add a class before the Add/Drop deadline

If you find a class or classes you want to take, add them in your Student Center before the Add/Drop deadline.

  • You will need to contact the instructor for a permission number to add a class during the second week of classes.  See: Add a class

  • If you were dropped from a class for non-attendance, you will need a permission number from the instructor to re-add the class.

Drop unwanted classes before the Add/Drop deadline

If you decide a class isn’t right for you, make sure to drop it before the Add/Drop deadline to avoid receiving a "WU" (Unauthorized Withdrawal).

If you are absent from a class or lab session within the first week of instruction, you may be dropped for non-attendance by the instructor.

After the Add/Drop deadline

After the Add/Drop deadline

You are not allowed to add classes after the deadline. Exceptions to university policy will only be considered  if verification that the course is necessary for you to graduate at the end of the current semester is provided.

You are no longer allowed to drop classes. See withdrawal process

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