When your registration appointment time comes, you’ll use the Student Center in One.IU to register for classes. In the meantime, read and follow the instructions on this page to make sure you’re prepared.
When to register
You may register at any time after your scheduled registration appointment through the first week of classes. (Your appointment doesn’t require a visit to campus; instead, you’ll register online in the Student Center.)
Keep in mind that the earlier you register, the more likely you are to get into the classes you want. You are not allowed to have someone else register you for your classes.
If you’re a currently enrolled IUPUI student, you should register during priority registration. You’ll automatically be given an appointment to register for the next term, and you’ll be notified via email when your appointment day and time have been assigned. At that time, you can check your enrollment dates in the Student Center for your registration appointment information.
If you’re a newly admitted undergraduate student, you’ll register during open enrollment. You can find open enrollment dates on the official calendar.
You can use the Enrollment Shopping Cart to build and save your schedule before your registration appointment. You can also use iGPS to plan your schedule.
You’re allowed to enroll for no more than 18 credits in the fall or spring, and no more than 9 credits in a single summer session. In some cases, you may be restricted to a lower number of credits.
If you wish to enroll for a higher number of credits, you need to obtain signatures from your advisor and the dean of your school. It’s your responsibility to provide this written permission to the Office of the Registrar.
It’s registration time!
Be sure to have your university ID handy when you’re ready to register.
Your registration appointment occurs during priority registration. You’re advised to register as close to your appointment time as possible.
You may register any time after your appointment until registration ends immediately preceding the first day of classes. This is the open registration period.
Late registration runs from the first day of classes through the end of the first week of the semester. If you register during this time, you’ll pay a late registration fee.
Use Register & Drop/Add to register for your classes