Detailed Registration Instructions
for Undergraduate Day Students
Class registration is accomplished via the Banner Self Service registration
system. This guide is to help you through that process
As in the past, you access the registration Web site through the myNEU
portal. There you will find an additional link titled “Course Registration.”
To prepare for registration, as in the past, it is recommended that you
search for the course sections for which you wish to register ahead of
time and plan out your schedule, including some alternative courses should
certain sections be unavailable.
Web Reg General Schedule
All students are assigned a Time Ticket (replacing the PASS system) defining
when they will have access to register. Until the date and time of your
Time Ticket arrives, you will not be able to register for classes, although
you will be able to search the course offerings and plan your schedule.
Your Time Ticket is based on your current earned hours and on the last
two digits of your NUID. Time
- Assistance with overrides: Please check with your
- Assistance using the Web Reg program:
E-mail the Registrar’s Office at email@example.com.
Web Reg General Instructions
- Launch your Web browser.
- Go to the myNEU
- Log in to the portal using your username and password.
- Click the “Course Registration” link in the “Registrar”
section of the Portal.
- Click “Student Services.”
- Click “Registration.”
- Click “Add/Drop Courses.”
- Select the term for which you wish to register.
- If your Time Ticket allows registration, you will be in the “Add/Drop
Classes” page. See “Adding Courses” below for more
Use of the “Back” button on your browser to navigate within
the application can result in unexpected results. It is highly recommended
that you use the navigation links within the application itself.
Contact the Registrar's Office if you encounter any of the following
- Invalid Student Status Code
- Student Status Prohibits Registration
- Academic Standing Prohibits Registration
- Invalid or Undefined Enrollment Status or Date Range Invalid
Selecting a Term
Once you have selected the “Add/Drop Classes” link, you will
be asked to select the term for which you wish to register. Do this by
choosing a term from the pull-down menu that appears. Please be careful
in your selection—there are Graduate, Undergraduate and CPS (quarter)
terms—you must select the correct term to find the courses for which
you wish to register.
Adding Classes—CRN or Search
- Select “Add/Drop Classes” from the menu.
- If you have not yet selected a term, you will
be prompted to do so. Carefully select the appropriate undergraduate
- There are two ways to add a course:
- Register via CRN:
- Type CRNs into the worksheet at the bottom of the page.
- Click “Submit Changes.”
- Register by searching for a course:
- Click “Class Search” at the bottom of the page.
- Enter criteria on which you would like to search (see “Searching
for a Course” below for detailed search instructions).
- From the list of courses returned, select the course(s) for
which you would like to register by clicking the checkbox on
the far left of the listing(s).
- Click “Register.”
Special Note About Corequisite Courses: Courses
which have a corequisite must be added at the same time. For example,
to register for BIOL 1111 (with corequisite BIOL 1112) you must enter
the CRN of both a section of BIOL 1111 and a section of BIOL 1112
in the worksheet at the bottom of the page at the same time.
- Courses successfully added will appear at the
top of the page under “Current Schedule”. You’re done!
- Courses which encounter a registration error
will appear in the middle of the page with information about the specific
error encountered. (See “Registration Errors” below for
Searching for a Course
If you do not know the CRN of the course(s) you would like to add, you
may search for courses by clicking the “Class Search” button
at the bottom of the “Add/Drop Classes” page.
The search engine offers many criteria on which to search—only
Subject is required. In general it is better to use only two or three
criteria—entering more may be too restrictive.
After entering criteria, click “Find Classes” at the bottom
of the page. This will return a list of courses which match your search.
Those courses available for registration will have a checkbox on the far
left of the listing.
To register, click the course(s) you would like and than click “Register”
at the bottom of the page.
Use the following hints to find the courses you’re looking for:
- Subject: You MUST enter a subject. No other search
criteria is required. Select a subject carefully. Subject code is not
the same as department. You may use the Ctrl key on your keyboard to
choose more than one subject from the list or the Shift key on your
keyboard to select an entire group of subjects.
- Course Number: This is the
course number only. Enter the four digit course number that you are
searching for or enter a partial course number to search for all courses
within that level (i.e. enter a 1 for all one thousand level courses).
For example, if you are looking for ENGL 1200, you would select the
Subject of “ENGL—English” and the Course Number 1200.
- Title: Avoid searching on
title. If the title you enter is not an exact match to the abbreviated
title in the registration system, the search will not find the course.
If you do search on title, use only a single keyword or part of a keyword
in the title. Words within titles may not be spelled out. Always begin
and end your title query with percent signs (i.e., to search for “Composition,”
you should enter a search that looks like this: %Comp%).
- Part-of-Term: This option
allows you to search for courses which meet for the full term, first
half, second half, or quarters. Use this option only if you want to
limit your search to one part of term.
- Attribute Type: This option
allows you to search by course category— including those which
meet certain core requirements.
- Start Time: Select the earliest
start time that you are looking for and choose “AM” or “PM.”
If you only select a start time and an end time is not entered, all
courses that start at this time or later will be returned.
- End Time: Select the latest
end time that you are looking for and choose “AM” or “PM.”
If you only select an end time and a start time is not entered, all
courses that end at this time or earlier will be returned.
- Days: Selecting a day will
show you all courses which include that day. For example, selecting
MW will give you all courses which meet Monday and Wednesday and all
courses which meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday or any other combination
including Monday and Wednesday.
You may encounter one of the following errors while registering. Errors
appear in the middle of the “Add/Drop Classes” page. Please
refer to the appropriate message for details on how to resolve the error.
If you believe that you do meet the requirements for the course or if
you have obtained the instructor’s signature, please go to the department offering the course or to your advisor for override assistance.
- CLASS RESTRICTION: Your current class does not allow
registration for this course.
- CLOSED SECTION: The course
you have chosen to add is full. Please select another section of the
course or see your advisor.
- COLLEGE RESTRICTION: Your
current college does not allow registration for this course.
- COREQUISITE REQUIRED: The
course you have chosen requires one or more corequisites. You have two
- Enter both the CRN for the course and the CRN of the corequisite
course into the worksheet at the same time and then click “Submit
- Using the search option, check the checkbox for both the course
and the corequisite course, then click “Submit Changes.”
- COURSE IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION
AT THIS TIME: This course is closed, cancelled or otherwise
unavailable for registration. Please make another selection.
- CRN DOES NOT EXIST: The CRN
you have entered is not valid for the term. Please enter a new CRN.
- DEPARTMENT RESTRICTION: Your
current department does not allow registration for this course.
- DUPLICATE COURSE WITH SECTION #:
You are already registered for a section of this course. Either drop
the other section and re-add this course or select a different course.
- DUPLICATE CRN: You are already
registered for this CRN. Enter a new CRN.
- INSTRUCTOR’S SIGNATURE:
This course requires an instructor’s signature. Once you have
obtained the instructor’s signature, please go to the Registrar’s
Office for override assistance.
- LEVEL RESTRICTION: You have
attempted to register for a course which your level will not allow.
For example, you are an undergraduate student who has tried to register
for a graduate course. Please see your advisor for override assistance.
- FIELD OF STUDY RESTRICTION:
This course is restricted to a major which you have not declared. If
you believe that you do meet the requirement or you have obtained the
instructors signature, please see your advisor for assistance.
- MAXIMUM HOURS EXCEEDED: You
have tried to register for more credits than is allowable. Please see
your advisor for override assistance.
- PREQ AND TEST SCORE ERROR:
The course you have chosen requires a prerequisite course or test score
which you do not have on record. If you believe that you do meet the
requirement or you have obtained the instructors signature, please see
your advisor for assistance..
- REPEAT COUNT EXCEEDS ##: You
have taken this course previously and the course is not repeatable for
credit. Please see your advisor for assistance
- STUDENT ATTRIBUTE RESTRICTION:
This course is reserved for certain students, e.g. honors. Please see
your advisor if you have questions.
- TIME CONFLICT WITH ####: The
course you have chosen creates a scheduling conflict with the CRN indicated
in the error message. You have two options:
- Select another section of this course.
- Drop the conflicting course and add
a different section of that course.
Select “Add/Drop Classes” from the registration menu. To
drop a course, simply select the “Drop Via Web” option from
the drop-down list under “Action” next to the course you wish
to drop. Click “Submit Changes” to process the drop.
Check Your Registration Status
Select this item from the main registration menu to display the various
items which may affect your registration. Your Time Ticket (when you may
register), holds, academic standing, student status, class, and curriculum
may prevent registration or restrict the courses you will be permitted
If you have questions or concerns about any of the information that you
find on this page, please contact the Registrar’s Office.
Banner offers two schedule options: “Week at a Glance” and
“Student Detail Schedule.” The “Week at a Glance”
option is a grid format. Courses which meet in a future part of term (i.e.
second-half courses which have not yet begun) and arranged courses (with
no scheduled days or times) appear as separate links at the bottom of
the page. The “Student Detail Schedule” is a listing of registered
courses which includes days, time, instructor, location, title, credit
hours, etc. Schedules are “real-time,” which means that they
are accurate up to the moment. As soon as a course is added or dropped
in registration, it is added or dropped from the schedule.