Students register using One.IU is generally available Monday-Saturday, 7 a.m.-10:30 p.m. and Sunday, 8 a.m.-10:30 p.m. To use One.IU, you must have an active IU network ID and passphrase. To create your account please visit create my first IU account.
You must be admitted to the university before you can register for classes. Please contact the Office of Admissions for application materials and more information.
Be sure there are no academic or financial holds on your record that will prevent you from registering. Some schools or departments may place a hold on your registration until you have been advised. In addition, most financial holds will restrict you from obtaining other services, such as official transcripts or receiving your diploma. You can see if there are any holds on your record by visiting the Student Center in One.IU.edu.
Review the schedule of classes. You may put courses in your planner and once your early registration appointment has been set, you may move courses from your planner to your shopping cart prior to meeting with your academic advisor.
Meet with your academic advisor to discuss your course selections and degree requirements. Your advisor can help you obtain any needed class permissions for courses requiring instructor or department consent or major or school authorizations.
In the search bar at the top where it says “What would you like to do?” Search “Student Center.”
Select the “Student Center” (SIS All campuses option). Select the “Enrollment" link ( graduation cap icon on the left hand side). Select the "Shopping Cart" (first link beneath Enrollment). Select the correct Enrollment term.
Select the Add Class drop down in the upper right hand corner. You can either search for your classes using the Class Search or select Add by Class Number if you know the 4 or 5 digit class number of the class you would like to enroll.
On the Class Search page either enter the valid subject (e.g., ENG-W) or enter the 3- or 4-character subject abbreviation (e.g., ENG) to get a list of classes being offered for that discipline.
Select on the “Add to Shopping Cart” button to pick the desired class section. Do the same for all of the courses you wish to enroll in.
Once you have added all your courses to your shopping cart, return to your shopping cart. Select the courses then select validate. This will verify to make sure you can register for the selected courses.
Once your classes have been validated, select the classes and then select enroll. A box will come up that will confirm if your classes were successfully added.
If you are successful, you will receive a “Success” message; if you are not successful, you will receive an “Error” message. Read the red “Error” message displayed for more information.
Once you have selected all of your classes, print a copy of your schedule. Be sure to log out of One.IU once you’ve completed the enrollment process.
If you register for a class that is closed but waitlist eligible, you have the option to get on a waiting list in case seats open up in the class. Once you add yourself to the waitlist, it is your responsibility to monitor the status of your waitlist request and pay any resulting fees by the due date. A notification will be sent to your IU email account if your waitlist request is satisfied.
To add yourself to a waitlist, check the ‘Waitlist OK’ box.
If you would like to drop a class if a waitlist request is satisfied, enter the Class Number of the course you wish to drop in the ‘Drop if Enrolled’ field.
Make sure that the class meeting times you are trying to waitlist do not conflict with the classes you are already registered for or you will be passed over when seats open up.
Check on the status of your waitlist request online in OneStart. After the last day of waitlist processing (4th day of the term for Fall or Spring semester; for Summer semester see deadlines, all unsatisfied waitlist requests expire, even though they will continue to appear in your class schedule.
You must drop a waitlist requested class just as you would any registered class if you no longer want to take the course.
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