Course Registration

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Log on to MyCUInfo and choose the "Student" tab. Click on "Register for Classes" to be directed to the "Student Center." Once in the "Student Center," the student should click on the "Add" tab to search for classes and add them to the "Shopping Cart." Once classes are in the "Shopping Cart," check the boxes for all the courses you want to enroll in. Then below this area, click on the "Finish Enrolling" button.

For all students, we recommend that you prepare your schedule well in advance of your registration enrollment appointment. It is also a good idea to have some backup classes selected in case your top choice class is already full. The following resources can be very useful in helping you plan your schedule:

  • The Registrar's website offers step-by-step instructions on how to register for classes, videos and tutorials, and an FAQ.
  • Faculty Course Questionnaire (FCQ) results from previous years may provide insights into particular courses and/or instructors.
  • The Online University Catalog is another great resource. The catalog provides full course descriptions (including course pre-requisites, restrictions, etc.) as well as degree requirements and a variety of other useful information.
     

Registration Instructions for New First-Year Freshman Students

1.) Review Recommended First Semester Courses by Major

2.) Your First Mathematics Course at CU-Boulder

3.) Selecting a Humanities/Social Science Elective Course

4.) Do You Have any Earned College Credit?

5.) Other Stuff You Need to Know

6.) Putting It All Together

  • Complete the Course Registration Planning Worksheet.
  • Monitor your course schedule in MyCUInfo.colorado.edu and contact your academic advisor with any questions you may have.
  • During your enrollment date (whcih can be found in MyCUInfo), you will go online to complete the course registration process (NOTE: We strongly suggest you have all of your AP/IB exam scores are on file, if applicable).

7.) Questions?

  • If you have completed all of the steps above and have any questions, contact your academic advisor

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