Registration for the spring semester begins in November. Registration begins in April for the summer and fall semesters.
When to Register
During the last week of October and March, your registration date/time will appear in Campus Connection. There is a specific date and time that you can enroll. Make sure you click “Details” to see your specific time.
Before your appointment with your advisor and registering for courses, check for any holds on your account in Campus Connection.
- Log in to Campus Connection
- Hold are listed on the right hand side when you log in
- Click details for more information
- Click the Hold Name for specific information
Every semester, all students will have a Financial Obligation Agreement hold. This must be completed each semester.
- Login to Campus Connection
- Go to Student Center
- Click on Finances
- Complete the Financial Obligation Agreement
Watch a tutorial on how to remove a FOA hold on your account. If the hold is not a FOA hold or a CoBPA hold, you must contact One-Stop Student Services to see what steps are needed to remove the hold.
To search for classes, use Class Search or Schedule Planner in Campus Connection.
- Plan your schedule
- Add each course to your Shopping cart
- Then, use your shopping cart to finish enrolling
If a class is not showing up in the search results, uncheck the box that says “Show Open Classes Only”. If available, you can add yourself to the waitlist for that course. If a class is still not showing up, the class is not being offered that semester.
Last Day to Register
Within 10 days of the first day of class, you are able to add a course to your schedule through Campus Connection. If you are looking to add a course to your schedule after the first 10 days, you must get a Registration Action Form from the advising office. The form needs to be signed by the instructor of the course, your advisor, and your Academic Dean. After receiving the appropriate signatures, the form is taken to the Registrar’s office and they will add you into the course.
Repeating a course is encouraged for students that have earned a “D” or “F” in a course. These grades may bring your GPA below the required 2.5 GPA. Some Business majors (Operation Supply Chain Management, and Human Resource Management) require a “C” or higher in all major courses. If you retake a course multiple times, the best grade earned will be the grade included in the calculation of your GPA. If you have earned a “D” or higher that you are repeating, this course has already been calculated in the 120 credits needed for graduation.
Drop or Withdraw from a Course
Within the first 10 days of a semester, a student is able to drop a course from their schedule for it not to be recorded on their transcript. If a student drops a course after the first 10 days, the course will show on your transcript with a “W”. A “W” does not affect your GPA but does count towards attempted credits for SAP.
Please consult with an advisor before dropping a course. It is your responsibility to contact One-Stop about refunds for courses.
Summer dates are different, please refer to the academic calendar.
What is a pre-requisite or co-requisite?
A course that is a pre-requisite for another course needs to be taken and completed prior to the course requesting the pre-requisite. It is important to keep in mind that most pre-requisites need to be passed with a “C” or better. (I.e. Econ 210 must be completed with a “C” or better before you take Mgmt. 301)
A course that is a co-requisite with another course can be completed before or at the same time as the course it is a requisite for. (I.e. Acct 201 and Econ 210 can be taken before or at the same time as MRKT 305)
Some courses may have a pre-requisite GPA requirement or credit hour requirement.
Courses taken outside of your major and that are not NCoBPA courses are able to be graded as Satisfactory (“S”) or Unsatisfactory (“U”). In order to receive an “S” and pass the course, you must earn an A, B, or C. If you receive a D or F in the course, you will receive a “U” on your transcript and will not obtain credit for the course. “S” and “U” grades are not calculated into your GPA.
It is not permitted for business majors to take any business courses S/U grading, regardless of whether or not the course is required for their major. Courses from outside the NCoBPA that are not required for your major may be taken S/U grading provided all other UND policies regarding S/U grading are followed. Switching a course to or from S/U grading requires the signature of your academic advisor no later than the last day to drop the course.
Can I take a course elsewhere and transfer it to UND?
Students can take a class at other institutions but should contact your academic advisor to make sure it is equivalent to the UND course you wish to substitute. Students can also check the Transfer Evaluation System (TES) to see if a course has previously been evaluated. If the substitute course has not previously been evaluated for equivalency, it is the responsibility of the student to obtain a syllabus of the substitute course and provide it to their advisor for review.
Your advisor will need to consult with the chair of the department regarding the substitution, so please allow sufficient time for review. An official transcript will need to be sent to the UND Registrar's Office in order for the course to be recorded on your transcript.
What is the difference between a co-op and an internship?
Credits earned vary between the two. A co-op can earn one credit if part time and 2 credits if full time whereas an internship can earn anywhere from 1-12 credits. Both opportunities vary in length. Additional assistance can be found at the Pancratz Career Development Center.