Before you can register for classes at the University of Colorado Boulder, you must be admitted to the University. Visit the Office of Admissions for more information.
To register for courses, all students will use the MyCUInfo student portal.
To obtain your secured IdentiKey and password, visit the Office of Information Technology.
Clear all holds and service indicators: Holds will appear in your MyCUInfo Student Center under Holds on the right side of the page and can be clicked to provide further detail. Holds and Service indicators may originate from delinquent financial obligations, academic concerns, disciplinary issues, or other matters. Be sure to clear all holds/service indicators at least one business day before your registration enrollment appointment, or before open enrollment begins in order to register.
Your enrollment appointment will appear in the Academic Resources section in MyCUInfo. You can only register during your enrollment appointment and during open enrollment. Refer to the Registration/Academic Calendar for the open enrollment dates. Students are encouraged to register when their enrollment appointment begins because classes close when they reach their capacity.
The University of Colorado needs to have the ability to contact the person you designate as your emergency contact in the event of an emergency. You are required to provide or verify this information during registration for each term. All names and addresses you designate as mother, father, spouse, etc. are protected from release to any party outside of the University of Colorado.
Each semester you are required to verify your Mailing address, Local address, Mobile number and Emergency Contact information during registration. In the event of an emergency, the University of Colorado must have the ability to contact you or someone you designate as your emergency contact. You are required to provide or verify this information during registration for each term. All names and addresses you designate as mother, father, spouse, etc. are protected from release to any party outside of the University of Colorado.
Colorado Residents Only: If you are a Colorado resident or if you qualify for the ASSET bill, you must complete the following. If you are not, please skip to the next step. Learn more about how to apply for and authorize COF.
Use the Schedule Planning Worksheet to assist you in planning your schedule and be aware of the Credit Hour Limitations. When enrolling for courses, if the desired course is full, add your name to the waitlist. If you do not get into the course, and if you remain on the waitlist until waitlists are purged (on the last day to add a class without an instructor’s signature), then you will be eligible for Course Reservation. This program allows students to register early for that course the next term it is offered.
All male U.S. citizens enrolled at CU Boulder between the ages of 18 and 25 years of age, must complete the two-step process of Selective Service Registration (Colorado House Bill 1021, effective July 1, 1987). If you are at least 17 years and 3 months old, you may complete early registration. Please click here for more information.
To fulfill this requirement, TWO steps must be completed:
1. Register online for the Selective Service:
2. Complete the Selective Service Verification form to certify to the University that you have registered with the Selective Service: (IMPORTANT: All CU forms require Adobe Reader.)
Failure to submit this form will result in a registration hold being placed on your account, preventing you from registering for classes. You may file a statement with the Selective Service office indicating your position as a Conscientious Objector. However, you are still required to complete and submit this form to the University.
Welcome back! As classes start next week, remember the following dates for adding and dropping courses. Unless otherwise noted, all deadlines below end at 11:59 p.m. on the day listed.
If you intend to graduate in May 2014, be sure to complete all the items below by the dates listed.
Do you need enrollment verification for Spring 2014? Good news! You can now obtain one without a trip to the Registrar’s office!
If you intend to graduate in December 2013, be sure to complete all the items below by the dates listed.