College of Management Undergraduate Program Office

When is YOUR Enrollment Appointment?

So by now you’ve heard that fall registration starts on Monday, April 2. But does really? Does it for YOU? And what about the summer? Are those dates the same as the fall or different?  Read on for answers to all these questions.

FALL REGISTRATION

All UMB students are given access to the registration system for fall courses in a staggered fashion – with the students who have earned 100 or more credits getting access to the system first. The date that you are allowed access to the registration system is called your “Enrollment Appointment” – and you can find your personal appointment time on your Wiser account.

April 2: students with 100+ credits
April 4: students with less than 100 credits but at least 75 credits
April 6: students with less than 75 credits but at least 55 credits
April 9: students with less than 55 credits but at least 30 credits
April 11: students with less than 30 credits

These dates are assigned by the Registrar’s Office. If you have any questions about when your enrollment appointment is, please contact the Registrar’s Office directly.

SUMMER REGISTRATION

This summer, the College of Management is piloting staggered registration system for summer CM classes as well, much like the fall access dates.

On April 2, all UMB students can register for non-CM classes for the summer, regardless of credits earned.  However, CM students will have access to CM courses on the following schedule:

April 2: students with 100+ credits
April 4: students with less than 100 credits but at least 75 credits
April 6: students with less than 75 credits but at least 55 credits
April 9: students with less than 55 credits but at least 30 credits
April 11: students with less than 30 credits

Students outside of the College of Management will have to wait until at least May 14 to enroll in any CM summer course; most will have to wait until the first day of the summer course.  Our goal with this staggered access schedule is to allow students who plan on graduating this summer or who have a high number of credits, a chance to enroll in their final CM courses before students who might have fewer credits and therefore more time to take requirements.

If you have any questions, contact your academic advisor.

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