Part-Time Undergraduate Registration
To succeed as a part-time student in our undergraduate programs, you’ll need to choose the in-person and online classes that fit your schedule.
Registration is now open.
If You Are Not Enrolled
If you're looking to take individual courses without enrolling in a degree program, see our visiting undergraduate page.
Note that we offer 10 programs geared specifically toward part-time students. Figure out if one aligns with your career goals. Then fill out our online application.
Note: Part-time students who plan to take most of their classes in the evening or online should select the "evening" option when applying.
If You Are Enrolled
If you are a new part-time day student, you will sign up for classes as part of your orientation, just like your full-time counterparts. Otherwise, you should work with academic advising or your school-based advisor to sign up for classes through Navigator.
Review Program Requirements and Progress
You need to use our Online Catalog and Degree Tracker to find a class that fits your schedule, get help meeting your degree requirements, and figure out whether or not you are a sophomore, junior, or senior.
When you are familiar with the requirements for your specific program, log into Navigator and search for classes.
Talk to an Advisor
Just like full-time students, part-time students still need to meet with an advisor before registering for classes.
Part-time day students will be assigned a faculty advisor, viewable in Navigator. Part-time evening and online only students should consult with an advisor in either the Center for Academic Excellence or in their academic school (business and education students only.)
After you have completed all the steps above, you will be able to register on Navigator.
Not You? Jump into a full-time program immediately, take a class here even if you are already at another school, or try a class before making a commitment.
Get the Answers
If you are studying part-time, online, or in the evening, remember that you can email or call if you can’t visit in person.