October 13: Winter/Spring schedules available
November 2: Priority graduate student registration opens at 8:30 am
November 4-6: Undergraduate Registration (priority registration begins at 7 am, regular registration begins at 4:30 pm)
- November 4: Seniors
- November 5: Juniors
- November 6: Sophomores
November 9: winter/spring open enrollment begins for graduate and continuing education students
The first step in taking a class at Salem State is to choose the option that best fits your needs, then think about next steps depending on who you are.
Visiting or Considering Us
If you are at Salem State for a short time, such as the summer or winter term, the course enrollment process is a little different, but rest assured — you’ll receive the same level of support.
Taking a class or classes here to count toward a degree elsewhere.
Trying a class or two to see if Salem State is right for you.
Stopping by Salem State to take classes for your professional degree.
Try classes in your field before applying to graduate school.
Personal and Professional Development
You’re invited to pursue a longstanding interest or get better at a crucial workplace skill. From teacher licensure to business analytics, our classes will fulfill your needs.
Certificates and Licensure
Take the next step in your career with a teacher licensure program or a graduate certificate.
Develop your professional skills on-campus or online.
Students Earning a Degree
Enroll for next semester's classes, whether you're earning your bachelor's degree full-time or part-time.
Earning an undergraduate degree full-time
Taking 12 credits or fewer this semester.
Choosing your classes for your graduate degree at Salem State
Have a Question?
You have many course options, and we can help you make a decision. Drop by our Student Navigation Center, and we’ll get you on the right path.
Student Navigation Center Hours
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 am-5 pm
Friday: 10 am-5 pm
Central Campus, Second Floor, Classroom Building