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Registration: "My Registration" Details

 
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Major/Minor
Class Level
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Fee Payment Date
Registration Access Date and Time
Residency
E-Mail and Mailing Addresses
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The Office of the Registrar can answer questions about registration.

Student Services West, 1641
Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(619) 594-6871
registrar@sdsu.edu

"My Registration"

Access "My Registration" online to obtain your personal registration information, including your registration date and time, fee payment information, and registration holds.

The following information is displayed through the "My Registration" online service. It is your responsibility to notify the Office of the Registrar of any information that is incorrect.

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Major/Minor

Many courses at SDSU are restricted to certain majors or minors. If the major listed at "My Registration" is not correct, contact the Office of the Registrar at (619) 594-6871. Minors are not listed on "My Registration Info."

NOTE: Many departments have filing deadlines to change a major/minor.

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Class Level

Registration priority is determined by class level. The units and class level displayed through "My Registration" include all units in which you are enrolled at SDSU during the current semester and those completed in previous terms at SDSU. It also includes units from other schools that SDSU has evaluated, accepted and posted to your record. It does NOT include General Mathematics Studies courses, Rhetoric and Writing Studies courses with numbers below 100, or any courses numbered 397. It does not include Open University courses or Extension courses in which you are currently enrolled.

Any units transferred or posted to your record after registration date and times are assigned will be used towards the next term's registration assignment. Dates and times cannot be changed when new coursework that affects your student level is posted to your record after registration assignments have been made.

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Registration Holds

You cannot register if there is a hold on your registration. If "My Registration" shows a registration hold, contact the appropriate office to get clearance:

  "AB" - Administrative
  "AF" - Admission File Incomplete
  "AR" - Advising
  "C"  - Cashiers
  "D" - Disqualification
  "E" - Degree Application
  "EC" - e-CHUG
  "F"  - International Student
  "G"  - Graduate Admissions
  "GD" - Graduate Program
  "I"  - Immunization
  "J"  - Judicial
  "JR" - Judicial
  "M"  - MESA Program
  "P"  - Educational Opportunity Program Advising
  "PA" - Probation Advising
  "Q" - Eligibility
  "RE" - Remedial English
  "RH" - Remediation Hold
  "RM" - Remedial Math
  "UM" - Undeclared Major with 70 units
  "WPA" - Writing Proficiency Assessment Hold; Office of the Registrar
  "6" - Transitory Student

 

Once the hold is cleared, it may take up to 48 hours before you can register.

NOTE: A "C" hold may be placed on your record any time you owe the university money. If a hold is placed on your record after you have registered and you attempt to modify your schedule, you will not be allowed to add any classes. You will only be allowed to drop or list your classes.

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Fee Payment Date

The University Cashiers Office must process your fee payment by the Fee Payment Deadline to ensure that you can register on your appointed date and time.

See Fee Payment Options for methods of payment.

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Registration Access Date And Time

This is the first date and time that you register for classes. You can, however, register anytime after your appointed date and time until registration ends, although it is recommended that you register as close to your designated date and time as possible to ensure a seat in your classes. Your registration date and time cannot be changed for any reason.

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Residency

The correct residency classification for each student must be determined in order to assess appropriate fees. It is the responsibility of the student to notify the Legal Residency Office in the Office of the Registrar at (619) 594-6871 of any changes in residency status. This includes changes from nonresident to resident and from resident to nonresident.

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E-Mail and Mailing Addresses

If your e-mail address or mailing address differ from what is listed at "My Registration," you need to provide an update. E-mail is an official means of communication with SDSU students. Please check your e-mail regularly for important messages from SDSU. It is the responsibility of the student to make sure that their e-mail account is able to receive these messages. If you use spam-blocker software or services, be sure to accept messages from any sdsu.edu domain.

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